Spring 2021

About Facilities


Masks are recommended for those individuals who are not fully vaccinated, but masks are no longer required when using our facilities.  This includes our indoor facilities, pools, group fitness classes, parks, and other outdoor spaces.


Reservations are no longer required at any of our facilities.

campus pass | Required

We require a valid Campus Pass (Archivum) to enter our facilities.  If you do not have access to Archivum, you will be verbally asked the questions by our front desk team.

summer A | Access

Only students registered for classes in Summer A, B and/or C are eligible to use RecWell facilities over the Summer.  Riverfront Park is the exception -- you do not need to be registered for summer classes to visit the park.

If you are not registered for Summer classes -- and you were registered in Spring 2021 -- you will need to purchase a Semester-Off membership in order to access our facilities between May 17 - Aug 15.


The table below details the available facilities on the Tampa campus during Summer A | May 17 - June 27, 2021.  Our Summer B plans will be released in mid-to-late June. 

Hours of operation can be found here.

MAY 17 - JUN 27
  • REC
  • REC | Indoor Pool
  • REC | Indoor Track
  • REC | Indoor Basketball
  • REC | Bike Shop
  • REC | East & North Gyms
  • REC | Equipment Rental
  • REC | Outdoor Equipment Rental
  • REC | Racquetball
  • REC | Showers
  • Tennis Courts
  • Basketball | Outdoor Courts
  • Fields | Magnolia & Fowler
  • World Trail
  • Challenge Course*
  • FIT
  • FIT | Outdoor Pool
  • WELL
  • REC | Squash
  • REC | Locker Rooms
  • Volleyball
  • Softball
  • Sycamore Field

* Challenge Course | We offer team building events both at Riverfront Park and customer-selected sites off campus.  The high-ropes course, located at Riverfront Park, is currently not in use.  Submit an inquiry if you are interested in hosting a team building event with us.

assumption of risk

All individuals who participate in Recreation & Wellness 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 Recreation & Wellness activity. Participation in any Recreation & Wellness 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 Recreation & Wellness activities.