Active Alert: Phone issue

B-ALERT: External calls to and from campus phones currently not functioning. For emergencies, dial 911 or (607) 778-1911 from a non-campus phone. Repairs are underway.

Alert updated: Wednesday, September 2, 2015 8:54 AM

  • East Gym Basketball

    East Gym Gymnasium

  • Tennis courts

    Outdoor Tennis Courts

  • Group Fitness Rooms

    Group Fitness Rooms

  • Track field

    Track and Playing Fields

  • Racquetball and ball

    Racquetball and Squash Courts

Turf field

Turf Field

Located along Bartle Drive this 130,000-square-foot, lighted turf field will expand opportunities for more than 6,000 students who take part in intramural and club sports annually. Construction began in June 2015 — after the spring intramural season ended — to convert two sports fields from grass to synthetic turf. 

East Gym Pool

Pool

On a weekly basis, there are both lap swim and recreational swim times offered at the Rec Center.

Staff on high rope element

Ropes Course

The Challenge Ropes Course offers small groups the opportunity to focus on problem-solving and creative thinking, leadership skills and decision making, self-awareness, cooperation, mentoring and building trust. It boasts six low team elements and five high challenges including at 200-foot zipline.

 Disc Golf hole

Disc Golf Course

Binghamton's 18 hole, 4,560-feet, par-58 disc golf course runs throughout the East Campus wooded areas. The course features a variety of hole distances and settings, which will prove to be challenging for beginner and advanced players alike.

Students use the medicine ball in FitSpace

FitSpace

The facility is over 10,000 square feet and is a comfortable area with bright lights, air-conditioning and great campus views. 

  • 60+ Cardio stations
  • 70+ Strength training stations
  • New equipment every three years to keep it top of the line and fresh

 Woman receiving massage

Wellness Suite

An on-site Wellness Services Suite offers a "zen like" place on campus with dedicated treatment rooms for massage therapy, nutritional assessments and fitness evaluations. Licensed massage therapists offer massage and energy work treatments. Current students, faculty and staff can meet with a Registered Dietitian for free.

Last Updated: 8/21/15