UT Arlington Campus Recreation has something to offer for all. Campus Recreation provides recreational and leisure opportunities for students, faculty and staff through several areas: Informal Recreation, Intramural Sports, Fitness & Wellness, Sport Clubs, Adaptive Recreation, Aquatics and Spirit Groups.
Informal Recreation creates opportunities for students, faculty, staff and other eligible members to drop in the MAC and/or the Campus Recreation Fields Complex to independently participate in recreation and wellness activities. Basketball, table tennis, racquetball, weightlifting, volleyball, badminton, softball, football, soccer and much more are available.
With Intramural Sports you can play in over 30 different individual/dual and team sport activities throughout the academic year. Recreational and competitive leagues are available. Divisions for men, women, and co-recreational teams are offered in team activities and in many individual and dual sports. Activities include flag football, bowling, soccer, golf, table tennis, billiards and many more.
The Fitness & Wellness program offers a variety of ways to stay fit and get healthy! Check out a Group Exercise class. Team with a Personal Trainer. Learn about Nutrition. Treat yourself to a relaxing and therapeutic massage.
Explore one or more of our broad-based program of recreational, competitive and instructional sports. No experience necessary! The Sport Clubs program is here to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities. Current clubs include: Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball, Martial Arts, Roller Hockey, Lacrosse, Men’s Volleyball, Football, Billiards, Triathlon, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Aikido, Wrestling, Rugby, Fencing, Bass Anglers. New clubs are always welcome!
The Adaptive Recreation program is a rewarding program that brings more disability recreational programs to the students with disabilities. Programming in this area includes invitations to students with disabilities from other college and university programs in the area, high school students with disabilities, able-bodied students who are studying disability sport and recreation programming, and people with disabilities in the community. Adaptive Recreation offers an intramural program that included a soccer clinic for visually impaired students, and wheelchair divisions in billiards, table tennis, badminton, 4-on-4 football, 3-on-3 basketball, boccia, tennis doubles and more.
Join us for recreational or leisure swimming! The Aquatics program provides swimming opportunities at the indoor and outdoor pool (summers only). The pools are located in the Physical Education Building at 801 Greek Row.
The Spirit Groups include the Cheerleaders, Dance Team and Mascot. The Spirit Groups join together in providing support for UTA athletic teams and leading the UTA community in spirit. The athletes also represent UTA at a collegiate national championship during the year.