Recreation and Exercise Facilities

Whether you enjoy a pick-up game, fitness classes, or solo work-outs, our variety of gymnasiums, fitness centers, and recreation areas on campus will help you stay active and healthy.

Students running on treadmills in Archbold gym

Main CampusLink

Archbold and Flanagan GymnasiumsLink

Main office: 315.443.4386.
Service center and information desk: 315.443.2800

The Archbold and Flanagan Gymnasiums are located just off the Quad on North campus behind the Carrier Dome. Together, they are the hub of fitness and wellness on campus.

Features: fitness center, fencing room, racquetball and squash courts, basketball courts, dance studios, volleyball courts, table-tennis courts, 25-yard swimming pool, showers and changing facilities, locker rooms

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Brockway Fitness CenterLink

Features: weight machines, treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, climbers, bicycles, and rowers

Ernie Davis Fitness CenterLink

Features: free weights, weight machines, treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, steppers, bicycles, rowing machines, a 2,500 square-foot exercise room/dance studio, and changing facilities with showers and lockers

Marion Fitness CenterLink

Features: weight machines, treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, climbers, bicycles, rowers, stretching

Marshall Square Mall Fitness CenterLink

Features: showers, lockers, weight machines, treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, stair-climbers, bicycles, rowers

Women's BuildingLink

Features: swimming pool (closed for recreational swimming), locker rooms, two gymnasiums, basketball and volleyball courts, dance studio, outdoor tennis and basketball courts

South CampusLink

Goldstein Fitness CenterLink


Features: treadmills, ellipticals, climbers, exercise bikes, Cybex weight machines, and free weight units

Skytop Recreation AreaLink


Features: 20 tennis courts, two basketball courts, one field, two sand volleyball courts

Tennity Ice Skating PavilionLink


Features: pro shop, skate rental shop, skate sharpener

The ice is used by the men’s and women’s ice hockey and figure skating clubs and intramural hockey and broomball leagues, special group reservations and rentals, and the Women's Division One Ice Hockey Team. Additional information can be found at

Outdoor Education Center and Challenge CourseLink


Features: teambuilding and group problem solving programs, a low-and high-element outdoor challenge course.

Challenge your group to engage in a unique learning environment and build relationships, establish trust and camaraderie in a fun, different way. Help take your group to the next level (literally and figuratively) as you ascend the outdoor challenge course.

Additional information can be found on the Challenge Course website.