Participation Benefits

  • Relieves stress
  • Promotes good sporting behavior
  • Improves physical health
  • Increases energy levels
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Helps with wellbeing

Featured Spaces

Students playing volleyball at the fields at the Morris Recreation Center.


This multi-activity turf field can be set up to use the full length of the court or sectioned into three smaller courts by a divider system. It also has an open seating area with lounge chairs for watching activities or hosting gatherings. The MAC is the perfect spot to play volleyball, soccer, table tennis, and cornhole.

Cain Sports Complex entrance.

Cain Sports Complex

The Cain Sports Complex is a multipurpose outdoor facility that features two softball fields; four lighted tennis courts with a support facility with office, meeting room, and restrooms; four lighted sand volleyball courts with a support facility with small office and restrooms, and multipurpose green spaces. Host a tournament, cookout, or gathering today!

Indoor basketball court at the Morris Recreation Center.

Two-Court Gym

The two-court gym can be set up to play various sports such as basketball, badminton, and pickleball as well as host large-scale events with tables, chairs, and floor covering. Courts are typically first come, first served.

Racquetball courts at the Morris Recreation Center.

Racquetball Courts

The MRC has four racquetball courts. They can be used for racquetball as well as other activities such as Wallyball, dance, table tennis, badminton, and more utilized the courts. The courts can be reserved on a daily basis by contacting the MRC front desk.

Students exercising using TRX bands during a group fitness class in the Activity Room.

Activity Room

The Activity Room is a large fitness space equipped with TRX, stationary bikes, yoga mats, and fitness equipment. When there are no fitness classes scheduled, the activity room is opened to all Campus Recreation members. This space can be reserved by student organizations or other campus departments.


Powered by Wellbeats, Fitness on Demand delivers over 500 virtual fitness classes ranging from cycling to yoga, as well as challenges and fitness assessments. There is a class for any skill level.

You can utilize the Fitness on Demand System anytime there are not group fitness classes or reservations in the Activity Room.

Virtual group fitness class at the Morris Recreation Center.

How to use the Fitness on Demand system

  • The touchscreen monitor is located at the front right corner of the MRC Activity Room.
  • Start by pressing the “On” button on the panel underneath the Wellbeats monitor. This will turn on the projector. Please refrain from pressing either input button below this as this can turn off the video feed.
  • The projector screen will already be down and the feed from the monitor should appear on the screen. Browse through the hundreds of fitness class options, participate in a month-long challenge, or try out a Fit Test.
  • All of the electronics are pre-set so please refrain from pressing the volume up or down buttons below the monitor.
  • You can use the filter button on the Wellbeats main page to find a class that perfectly fits you.
  • We ask that when you are done with your workout, please press the “Off” button located under the monitor twice to shut down the projector.
  • If you are in need of assistance please ask a building supervisor.


August 28 – December 7

MRC Court 2


6 p.m. – CloseWednesday
Open – 5 p.m.Sunday


Open – 5 p.m.Saturday
6 p.m. – CloseSunday

The schedule is subject to change to accommodate Campus Rec Programs, academic classes or other activities. If you would like to have a certain sport set up, please talk to our front desk member service assistants.


6 p.m. – CloseTuesday/Thursday
Open to 5 p.m.Monday/Wednesday/Friday


Open – 5 p.m.Tuesday/Thursday
6 p.m. – CloseMonday/Wednesday/Saturday

Equipment Checkout

Recreational equipment is available for free checkout at the member services desk with a valid Lion Card. All equipment must be returned in the same condition and day on which it was checked out. A replacement cost may be charged for any lost, late or damaged equipment. All Outdoor Adventure-based equipment can be checked out at the Outdoor Adventure Center on Culver Street behind the Cain Sports Complex.

Equipment Available for Checkout

  • Gliders
  • Ab rollers
  • Jump ropes
  • Weight belts
  • Indoor basketballs
  • Outdoor basketballs (available at the pool)
  • Wallyballs
  • Soccer balls
  • Volleyballs
  • Futsal balls
  • Badminton equipment
  • Racquetball equipment
  • Tennis equipment
  • Pickleball equipment
  • Table tennis equipment
  • Noise-canceling headphones to reduce stress and sensory overload
  • Workout and shower towels
  • Resistance bands

Priority Usage

All spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis unless reserved by Campus Recreation or another group. Reservations will be displayed in each area accordingly. Call ahead to verify open availability as operating hours and spaces are subject to change to accommodate academic classes, Campus Rec programs, maintenance projects, university holidays and/or special events.

Spaces can be reserved by departments and organizations.

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