About Us

About Campus Recreation


See our Spring 2021 Hours for up-to-date information regarding the availability of our buildings, pools, and parks.

Welcome to Recreation & Wellness 

The University of South Florida Campus Recreation Center is a newly expanded, state-of-the-art fitness facility, located in Tampa, FL. Spanning over 28,000 square feet, the recreation center offers a wealth of space and activities including:

  • Two Gymnasiums, with the ability to host Badminton, Basketball, and Volleyball Contests
  • An indoor suspended track
  • Five four-walled racquetball courts and one squash court
  • An indoor heated pool

In addition, USF Campus Recreation Center offers daily group fitness classes, equipment check out, daily use lockers, and expansive cardio and fitness floors with brand new equipment.
USF Campus Recreation also maintains outdoor facilities for use by USF students, faculty, staff, and other affiliate members. These facilities include 13 football and soccer fields, 2 softball fields, 16 tennis courts, a 1.2 mile shaded running trail, and Riverfront Park.

Mission Statement

Recreation and Wellness enriches the educational experience by providing opportunities that focus on the development of lifelong wellness skills for students, faculty, and staff. We provide diverse programs, services, and facilities which provide opportunities for physical activity and contribute to learning in safe, challenging, and supportive environments.

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Code of Ethics

Click here to view Campus Recreation's Professional Code of Ethics.

Assumption of Risk

All individuals who participate in Campus Recreation activities will be doing so at their own risk. These risks could include, but are not limited to, muscle cramps, nausea, fainting, abnormal blood pressure, chest discomfort, and even death. The University of South Florida and its Board of Trustees are not responsible for any injury that may occur to individuals participating in any Campus Recreation activity. Participation in any Campus Recreation activity is on a purely voluntary basis. Individuals are encouraged to have a physical examination and obtain adequate health and accident insurance PRIOR TO PARTICIPATION in all Campus Recreation activities.