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Recreational Eagle Center (REC) Hours

Monday - Friday: 6am-11pm
Saturday: 10am-10pm
Sunday: 11am-10pm

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Outdoor Connection (OC) Hours

Monday - Friday: Noon - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm

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Fitness Center Hours

Monday - Friday: 6am-10pm
Saturday: 10am-9pm
Sunday: 11am-9pm

Live Facility Counts

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Climbing Wall Hours

Monday - Friday: 5pm - 9pm
Saturday: 3pm-6pm
Sunday: 5pm-8pm

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EZONE Esports & Gaming Hours

Monday - Friday: 3pm-11pm
Saturday & Sunday: Noon - 10pm

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Mitchell Hall Pool Hours

Monday:  12pm-12:50pm, 8pm-10:30pm
Tuesday:  8pm-10:30pm
Wednesday:  12pm-12:50pm, 8pm-10:30pm
Thursday:  8pm-10:30pm
Friday:  12pm-12:50pm, 7pm-9pm
Saturday:  12pm-3pm
Sunday:  1pm-4pm

Due to varsity swim meets, there will be no lap swim on the following days:

Saturday, November 4
Saturday, January 27


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New Fieldhouse

Access to the New Fieldhouse during open rec hours is restricted to those who have a current REC membership (student, faculty/staff, alumni).

Open Rec Hours
Sunday:  6pm-10pm

Second Floor Track Hours
Managed by the Athletic Department
Monday-Friday:  11am-1pm

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What is queer night? What is women’s night? Is there a straight night? Men’s night? Soon will there be nights based off race? Quit the segregation of everything. Doesn’t seem all that inclusive."
- anonymous


Why Women’s Night and Queer Night? Its within the mission, vision and values of this university and Rec Sports to make space for underrepresented identities. Not everyone feels comfortable using the REC. These programs are designed to lower the intimidation factor and build familiarity with our facilities, programs, and services so that all feel welcome, safe, supported, heard and seen.

We strive for equity. According to NACE, “the term “equity” refers to fairness and justice and is distinguished from equality: Whereas equality means providing the same to all, equity means recognizing that we do not all start from the same place and must acknowledge and make adjustments to imbalances. The process is ongoing, requiring us to identify and overcome intentional and unintentional barriers arising from bias or systemic structures.”

The UWL Division of Diversity and Inclusion acknowledges “that our current educational, social, economic, and political systems are unjust. We act by developing resources to advance equitable opportunities and outcomes for all, focusing on eliminating barriers that prevent the full participation of historically excluded populations.”

At Rec Sports, in order to serve EVERYONE, we recognize that significant disparities exist for marginalized people in every aspect of society, including our facility and programs. Equity is the ongoing effort to ensure people with marginalized identities have the opportunity to achieve equal access and participation. To build and empower a thriving community where all feel safe, supported, heard, and seen, equitable programs and services must be on the forefront of our offerings. We are committed to:

· Providing programs and events that create a safer space for marginalized peoples

· Establishing and maintain mutual relationships with partners across campus

· Embracing inclusivity by removing barriers to participation that currently exist within our offerings, policies, and procedures

· Providing education and foster an environment that supports cultural humility framework for all professional and student staff members

· Collaborating with UWL Hate and Bias Response Team to report, address and confront all incidents of hate and bias

Thank you for taking the time to contact us.  We value your feedback.