We have modified hours on all holidays observed by the university. Please be sure to check the Hours section on our home page or call Member Services, 513-556-0604, to find more information about alternate hours due to holidays.
Although the CRC classrooms are located in the same building as the Rec Center, they are not inside the Rec Center. By taking the steps or elevator located off of the MainStreet passageway you will have access to all classrooms located in the CRC.
The suspended track is 1/8 of a mile; one must run 8 laps (in the outside lane) to equal one mile.
The only varsity team that uses our facility for regular practices and/or competitions is UC Swimming and Diving. The pools remain open during their practices with lanes available for members; any closure for meets will be posted in advance.
The glass doors are for emergency use only, the alarm will sound if they are opened.
No; however in lieu of an EMT or an on-site trainer, all staff members in leadership positions are required to be CPR, AED and First Aid certified. Our vicinity to the local hospitals and our emergency action plan help us respond to all emergencies as quickly as possible.
Members are permitted to use an alternate form of photo-identification (e.g., driver’s license, passport, etc.) up to three times per semester.
If a student has lost their UC ID, he/she must obtain a new ID from Public Safety for a fee. If a member has lost their CRC ID, he/she will need to purchase a new ID from Campus Recreation for a $10 fee.
Since part time students only pay a portion of the Campus Life Fee, there is a $60/semester charge to enter the facility.
Since branch students and Co-Op students do not pay the Campus Life Fee, there is a $120/semester charge to enter the facility.
Access to the CRC for Medical Students is based on the Medical School terms. Access is granted from the Sunday before classes begin until the Saturday before the next term begins. Summer memberships can be purchased for $130/semester or $12/week.
The parents of your kids' friends will need to sign waivers of liability to bring with you to the Member Services Desk. Each guest pass is $12, and you will need an ID and a waiver for yourself and your kids, if you haven't already signed one.
All guests are welcome at the Campus Recreation Center and the Fitness Center at CARE/Crawley. All day passes are $12/day. All guests must provide a photo ID and sign a waiver of liability to enter the facility.
Members who bring guests are responsible for them while they are using the facility. Guests are expected to remain with their sponsor throughout their visit.
Complete a membership cancellation form online, or get one from the Member Services Desk. All cancellations MUST be submitted in writing.
Cancellation forms must be turned in by the 15th of the month prior to the month that you would like to cancel. Cancellations during the initial one year contract will only be permitted in cases of a physician verified illness or a move outside of the 50 mile radius of UC. All early cancellations will be assessed a $50 cancellation fee.
Annual memberships may be maintained as inactive for a $5 monthly fee, for a minimum of two months. Months paid at a $5 rate do not count towards the completion of an annual contract. Current membership rates will be applied to all reactivated memberships. Submit a Membership Freeze form online or at the Member Services Desk.
Parking is not automatically included in your membership, however it is available to all Community, Affiliate and Alumni members as well as their spouses, domestic partners and/or legal dependents. Pricing and eligibility information can be found under Membership. UC students, faculty, and staff must purchase parking through UC Parking Services.
Parking is only to be used while in the Recreation Center or Fitness Center, this is monitored on a monthly basis. Misuse will result in immediate termination of parking privileges.
There is no fee for day-use lockers; they can be utilized on a first-come first-served basis.
When using a locker at the Campus Recreation Center, a member just needs to bring a lock. If the member does not have a lock, they are available for purchase at the Member Services Desk. Locks and belongings must be removed from day use lockers by closing on the day of use.
Semester and Annual rental lockers are available to our members. Additional information can be found at the Member Services Desk.
When using a locker at the Fitness Center at CARE/Crawley, a member just needs to bring a quarter or a lock. The CARE/Crawley facility utilizes quarter lockers, day-use lockers, and rental lockers.
Towel service is available in both of our facilities! We have daily, semester and annual rates. We also have the option to purchase a towel punch pass that is valid for 1 year from the time of purchase.
We do not rent racquetball or badminton racquets or balls/birdies.
You are responsible for the basketball YOU checked out. If you leave the basketball behind and we collect it at the end of the night, you will be assessed a $5 fee.
If the basketball you checked out is lost or stolen a $40 replacement fee will be assessed. All fees must be settled before you will be allowed access back into the facility.
We have modified hours on all holidays observed by the university. Please be sure to check the Hours Section of our website or call Member Services, 513-556-0604, to find more information alternate hours due to holidays.
Premium classes are progressive in nature and require enrollment at the start of each session. Instructional classes build week to week and are open to member and non-members. For a small fee, instructional classes afford the personalized approach that training does with the group setting of a class.
Although there is not a pool at the Fitness Center at CARE/Crawley, all members have access to the aquatic facilities at the Campus Recreation Center
The pool is located on the lower level of the CRC. Follow along the basketball courts and you will see a sign reading aquatics. Go through 2 sets of double doors to enter the aquatics area.
The aquatic center offers group and private swim lessons for pre-school, youth and adults. We offer instructional diving classes and aquatic fitness classes. Private rentals are also available. Visit the Aquatics page for a full list of activities.
The Keating Aquatic Center (KAC) is not an easy pool to swim backstroke in. The architecturally-unique design of the ceilings does not allow for a point of focus to follow when swimming backstroke; swimmers need to use the lane lines and back stroke flags.
All players on your roster must be a current UC student (taking classes in the same semester or UC staff/faculty AND have an active membership to the UC Campus Recreation Center.
Note: Space is limited and is on a first-come first-serve basis. Register early!
Additional details can be found on the Intramural Sports page.
Training sessions are 45 minutes in duration and can take place in our private Personal Training Suite, HIT Studio, one of our Aquatic spaces, Nippert Stadium (when available), or on our 17,000 square foot Fitness Floor.
No. It is against our policy for non-campus recreation trainers to train clients in our facilities. We do offer excellent in-house personal training services.
A fitness assessment is a series of baseline tests performed by a trainer to create points from which to measure your progress and success. Fitness assessments measure cardio-respiratory efficiency, muscular strength and endurance, muscle and joint flexibility, and body composition and can be tailored to the client's needs.
Yes. Nutrition counseling sessions are available for a wide variety of nutrition-related needs and are led by a licensed, Registered Dietitian. For more information please visit the Nutrition section.