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The Office of Campus Recreation offers hundreds of organized activities in intramural sports, fitness, club sports and informal recreation, both on and off campus. On average, students make up over 350 different organized intramural teams throughout the year, participating in nearly 1,000 games. UT has intramural sports for flag football, softball, basketball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball and more. Off-campus activities have included paintball, hiking, water biking, stand up paddleboarding, as well as sea and moonlight kayaking.

The Fitness and Recreation Center hours are Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday 12 to 10 p.m.

To learn more about our services, please navigate our webpages, read our policies or visit our office located on the first floor of the Fitness and Recreation Center, Room 107. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Visit Fitness and Recreation Center for hours of operation and closures.
 
You can also reach us by phone at (813) 258-7435.

Mission Statement

To engage The University of Tampa community in diverse recreational experiences designed to inspire ahrough exceptional facilities, programs and customer service.

 NIRSA Logo UT Campus Recreation is a proud member of the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association.

large sized pool

The Benson Alex Riseman Aquatic Center will feature an NCAA competition swimming pool with 11 lanes, a recreation/game pool, a three-section heated spa and an elevated pool house desk.

free weights room

The new spacious design of the free weight room is being moved to the first floor to provide an expanded space with an abundance of natural light.

human performance lab

The Human Performance Lab on the second floor provides Health Sciences and Human Performance students a space to explore and conduct research on theoretical information studied in other classes.

classroom

The additional state-of-the-art classrooms on the second floor with room acoustics and LED lightning provide an optimal learning environment.

fitness center exterior with basketball courts

Phase II provides three new basketball courts and a reconfigured beach volleyball complex, complete with mini-stadiums for all three courts.

team sport

The intramural sports program offers organized, non-varsity teams and individual contests.

Intramural Teams

hockey

UT Ice Hockey plays in the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) league.

Recreational Organizations

horseback riding

A variety of athletic clubs are offered at UT, including horseback riding, ballroom dancing, body building and special olympics.

Athletic Clubs

crew team

UT's crew team practices on the Hillsborough River, which runs adjacent to campus.

Recreational Clubs

basketball

The intramural leagues and tournaments are offered in a variety of sports.

Intramural Registration