Get more involved on campus while doing something fun. Campus Recreation provides state-of-the-art facilities and programs that promote active and healthy lifestyles.
Campus Recreation supports the Towson University community by providing facilities and programs that promote physical and social benefits. Whether you want to get active, challenge yourself with an outdoor adventure, or just have some fun with your friends Campus Recreation has something to offer you.
On Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020, Towson University announced it was pivoting all classes to a remote learning format for the remainder of the fall 2020 term. Although classes are remote, TU remains committed to maintaining a healthy campus community. To continue to empower the TU community to make choices that promote life-long well-being, the University has decided that Campus Recreation will remain open for fall 2020.
The Campus Recreation Center will reopen in phase one on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at noon. Campus Recreation has taken several measures to help ensure a safe environment for everyone, which includes reopening in phases. Phase one will include new guidelines and modifications to ensure our patrons feel safe and comfortable when returning to the Campus Rec Center. To learn more, visit our Frequently Asked Questions section below.
View our fall 2020 hours.
Fitness equipment will be cleaned hourly during operational hours by our staff. Gym wipes will be provided for participants to clean equipment before and after use to ensure clean and sanitized equipment.
Disinfecting gym wipes, Virex II, Simple Green
Yes, masks or face coverings will be required by Campus Recreation until further notice. Please review our recommendations for exercising with a mask/face cover.
Masks can be removed in designated recovery zones. These zones will be available on each level of the facility:
The TU Campus Rec mobile app is available in both the App Store and the Google Play Store. Simply search "TU Campus Rec." The app is free to download.
No, a reservation is required.
No, you can only use the zone you registered for.
If the app is not working, give your TU ID number or name to the Welcome Desk or Outdoor Adventure Center Desk Attendant. You can also make a reservation on the Campus Rec portal.
No, Campus Recreation will not be offering alumni or household memberships during phase one or two.
Yes, please review our Fitness Floor Usage Guidelines for phase one.
The Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC) requires participants to follow the following usage guidelines when inside the OAC.
The decision to move into phase two will be determined by guidance from TU Leadership.