Campus Rec News
FMC Reopens with Limited Hours
The Fitness & Movement Clinic will reopen with limited weekday hours on Monday, September 28th. New hours will be 9:00 am until 12 Noon, Monday through Friday. Campus Recreation continues to adjust facility operations based on current demand and staff availability and will reevaluate hours in mid-October.
Find What Moves You: On-Campus
Select FSU Campus Recreation fitness, sports, and outdoor recreation facilities are now open. We are prioritizing safety for our students, staff, and community and continue to develop fitness, sports, and outdoor recreation program offerings in association with the current health and safety guidance.
Visit our Campus Rec On-Campus page for current facility hours, reservation requirements, available amenities and services, and in-person program updates.
View our Access Requirements & FAQ Page for information on how to prepare for your visit, including entry requirements and answers to frequently asked questions.
Fitness Facilities: Make a Reservation
Advance reservations for a workout or swimming time will be required for patrons of the Leach Center (fitness center and pool) and Fitness & Movement Clinic. Learn more about how to register, access requirements, and specific 50 or 75-minute time periods on our Reservations page. Reservations are accepted beginning 25 hours prior to each workout time period.
Due to limited capacities, no guest passes will be sold at any Campus Rec facilities until further notice.
Download the Latest Version of the FSU Rec App
Make sure you have the latest version of the FSU Rec mobile app. We’ve added the ability to save your FSUCard to allow for touchless facility check-in with a barcode. And, fitness facility access reservations are now active alongside our popular class reservations in the app.
Visit the FSU Rec app page for details. And, see our FSU Rec App Help Desk for common troubleshooting solutions. Tip 1: You may need to log out and log in again to see some of the recent app enhancements.
Low Lake Water Levels Restrict Watercraft at Rez
It’s been a dry summer this year in Tallahassee. As a result, the water level of Lake Bradford is currently too shallow to allow for rescue boats on the lake. Watercraft rentals such as kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and sailboats are not available while the lake levels remain low.
The Rez swim area remains open for swimmers, however please note that lake water temperatures are warmer than normal due to the shallow water.
Fitness is more than exercising.
Finding your favorite way to move is essential to your college success. It’s more than breaking a sweat – exercise helps you sleep better, lowers stress levels, and increases focus. Hit the gym on your own, get a fitness coach or personal trainer, workout with friends in a small group, or join a fitness class. There’s something for every interest and ability in Campus Rec!Leach Center & FMC Info Group Fitness & Personal Training Leach Pool & Aquatics Programs
We’ve got an Outdoors adventure for you.
Our Outdoor Recreation programs create unique experiences on-campus, at the Rez, and all across the southeast. Whether you complete a Challenge teambuilding course, kayak on Lake Bradford, or take a trip with Outdoor Pursuits; each experience is built to develop new skills, enhance your appreciation of the wilderness, adapt to new and challenging situations, and build lifelong relationships.Rez Lakefront Park Current Hours & Available Amenities Outdoor Pursuits FSU Challenge Programs
We’ve got a Sports experience for everyone.
Play to win, play for fun, play year-round. Whether you’ve never played before, or you want to continue with your favorite sport, we have opportunities to get involved. Our two sport programs, Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs, offer different experiences and sport offerings. Or, just join a pick-up game at one of our four outdoor sports facilities.