Campus Recreation COVID-19 Plan

The university remains open and is actively engaged in maintaining the safest possible learning and work environment.

Campus Recreation Updates

COVID-19 Impact

We are constantly working closely with the University, following local, state, and national guidelines, to reopen and resume operations and in-person programming for the fall 2020 semester.

That said, please be aware we do not have the authority to open the facilities if Governor Cooper's guidance does not permit gyms and recreational facilities to operate. If statewide cases of COVID-19 are deemed manageable by the state's public health officer and Governor Cooper moves NC to phase III, it is expected that gyms and recreational facilities will be given the authority to operate. 

Because this is a very dynamic situation, our plans are based on the most up-to-date information we have at this time and may change depending on many factors that are largely out of our control. Our team is carefully considering our options and we appreciate your patience as we work together towards reopening. 

Resources for Participating & Information

Campus Recreation App

University Recreation will utilize an app to organize participation and communicate information. Link for Android users: Campus Recreation Android App.  Link for IOS users: Campus Recreation IOS App.  Please use app to reserve time slots for all programming.  

Perks of the App:
  • Register for any facility/program opportunity

Receive real-time updates from our opt-in notification system

Through this app participants will be able to reserve or register for the following:  
  • 45 minutes time slots for Campbell Wellness Center
  • 45 minutes time slots for Aquatics Center
  • Wellness / Fitness Activities 
  • Intramural Sports

Safety Practices

All staff (student and professional) will be screened and temperature checked at the beginning of their shift.