RECREATION AND INTRAMURALS
With recreational interests at an all time high, we are fortunate to provide a variety of facilities, equipment and services to the RIT community. The indoor and outdoor venues host intercollegiate practices, contests, intramural competitions, wellness courses, and provide recreational play.
These facilities include:
Clark Gymnasium – Features a main gymnasium and a smaller auxiliary gymnasium used primarily for varsity practices and contests, a wrestling room, an athletic weight room, and a sports medicine center.Gordon Field House and Activities Center - A 160,000 square foot, multi-purpose field house includes:
- 60,000 square foot multi-purpose arena
- A 200 meter competition track
- Four indoor tennis courts
- Multi-level fitness center
- Aquatics center (eight-lane competitive pool with moveable bulk-head diving area, recreational pool, and hot tub)
- Five multi-purpose courts (basketball, volleyball, badminton)
- Seven racquetball courts (three equipped for wallyball)
- One squash court
- Two dance studios/fitness rooms
- Mini-gym (basketball, volleyball and multi-purpose court)
- Elevated 200 meter jogging track
- Equipment cage (loan-out and towel service)
- Spinning room
- Boxing/kick bag room
- Locker rooms with saunas
- CPR room
- Overnight equipment rental service
Outdoor Facilities – There are nine all-weather, lighted tennis courts next to U Lot. The athletic fields feature a 400 meter track with bleacher seating and hosts soccer, lacrosse and track events. Other fields include baseball, softball, varsity practice fields, jogging trails, archery range, nature trails and artificial turf field.
Red Barn – Based in the Red Barn, the Interactive Adventures Program includes an array of adventure-based wellness activity classes, teambuilding programs, and the Red Barn Climbing gym, which consists of a 32-foot top-roping wall and extensive bouldering areas.
Ritter Arena – Home to men’s and women’s ice hockey teams, as well as the Genesee Figure Skating Club. Public skating and “Learn to Skate“ programs are also available.
Reservations – Reservations for all facilities are on a priority system. Reservations for groups of 10 or more people (with the exception of racquetball and indoor tennis) must be made by 1:00 pm one business day in advance. Requests for more than two hours or multiple reservations will be handled on an individual basis. These types of requests should be made ten days in advance by calling the appropriate number and/or completing a request form. Forms are available via email upon request. Racquetball and indoor tennis courts may be reserved one business day in advance by calling 475-2280.
|Center Contact Information:|
|Reservation Phone Numbers:|
|Student Life Center:||475-7663|
|Tennis (indoor only):||475-2280|
|Resource Booklet Contact:|
|Contact Person:||Jennifer Lewis, Associate Director/Recreation|
|Location:||Student Life Center, Room 1216Campus Map|