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Recreational Services

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Recreational Services at The College at Brockport offers fitness courses, wellness education, club and intramural sports, and more to help you stay active and fit.


Inside the Tuttle complex on campus, you will find several fitness opportunities available to you as a student, including:

  • A Fitness Center featuring a full range of new strength and cardiovascular equipment, such as treadmills, ellipticals, row machines, free weights and additional weight machines;
  • A Cardio Room featuring Trixter X-Bikes for group classes and other cardiovascular equipment;
  • An Olympic-size pool;
  • A Gymnasium with five basketball courts, which are often transformed for indoor soccer and volleyball use as well;
  • Raquetball Courts; and
  • Outdoor Tennis Courts.


These facilities are available during open recreation hours to all students with a valid Brockport Student Identification Card. All other individuals must present their current Recreational Services Membership Card or current day passes. For more information, please contact Recreational Services.

Additionally, Recreational Services offers group exercise classes for students, faculty, staff and community members. Courses range from yoga and pilates to spinning and strength training. See the Recreational Services website for an up to date list of classes and times.

Intramural & Club Sports

Recreational Services also offers a variety of intramural and club sports opportunities.

Intramural Sports are open to students, faculty and staff and cover a variety of team, individual and other types of events. Intramural sports include bowling, indoor soccer, ice and floor hockey, volleyball, and much more. For more information, please click here.

Club Sports are open only to students at The College at Brockport. All club teams are student organized and open to all students regardless of previous experience or skill level. Club sports include rugby, ultimate Frisbee, golf, Tae Kwon Do, and more. For more information on Club sports, please click here.

Last Updated 6/7/11