Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. Hopefully this list helps to answer a question you have. Also feel free to contact us at 336-278-7529 or email@example.com with any questions about our facilities, programs, or services.
What facilities do students, faculty, and staff have access to?
All current Elon students, faculty, and staff have access to every recreation & wellness facility on campus during regular hours of operation. To access the facility, simply present your Phoenix Card at the entrance or welcome desk at any facility.
What are the hours of operation for each facility?
Facility hours are posted on our Hours of Operation page. Any variations to regular hours of operation are also posted on the Campus Recreation & Wellness homepage and our various social media.
Can I bring a guest into Campus Recreation & Wellness facilities?
No. Due to COVID-19 and decreased capacities in all facilities, our guest pass has been temporarily suspended.
How do I reserve a Campus Recreation & Wellness facility?
Many Campus Recreation & Wellness facilities can be reserved by students, faculty, and staff. Students must reserve facilities through Phoenix Connect and faculty/staff must reserve facilities through 25Live. Our full facility reservation policies can be found on the Facilities Policies & Procedures page.
Are lockers available for use?
No. Due to COVID-19, all changing and shower areas in locker rooms are closed. This includes short- and long-term lockers.
What is the difference between Intramurals and Club Sports?
Intramurals are recreational leagues and tournaments for Elon students to participate with other Elon students. Participants can form their own teams, or be added to existing teams. Leagues last approximately a half semester, with 1-2 games per week. Club Sports are student organizations that have multiple practices per week. Many clubs compete locally, regionally, and/or nationally against other colleges and universities. The best way to learn about a specific club is to contact the club directly – current club contact information can be found on the Club Sports website or Phoenix Connect.
Does Campus Recreation & Wellness offer group exercise classes?
Yes! We offer several classes per week during the academic year. To attend classes, students, faculty, and staff must purchase a group exercise pass and download the IMLeagues app to register for classes. For more information, please visit the Group Exercise website. Faculty and staff may also participate in Fac/Staff Wellness classes at no charge.
Does Campus Recreation & Wellness offer personal training?
Yes! All of our student personal trainers hold a national certification and can help you to achieve your personal fitness and wellness goals. Check out our Personal Training website for more information.
Does Campus Recreation & Wellness offer swim lessons?
Not now. Beck Pool will be closed for the 2020-2021 academic year, but we plan on resuming swim lessons when the pool reopens in June 2021.
Do I need previous experience and/or my own equipment to go on an Elon Outdoors trip?
All Elon Outdoors trips are designed for a wide range of outdoor recreation experience. Our trip leaders are on sight for all trips and are able to assist participants, so you can enjoy a trip even if you have no previous experience. We also have equipment that is available for rent if you do not have your own. Visit the Elon Outdoors website for information about upcoming trips and equipment rental.
Do you have camping equipment available for rental?
Yes! We offer a wide variety of camping, hiking, and other outdoors equipment for a small fee. Check out the outdoors equipment rental website or stop by the ELOA Resource Center in the Alumni Gym concourse for a full list of equipment and rental prices.
What is the best way to find out about what’s happening at Campus Recreation & Wellness?
The Campus Recreation & Wellness website is a great place to start to find out about the many ways to get involved in our many programs and services. You can also call us at 336-278-7529, email firstname.lastname@example.org, check us out on Phoenix Connect, or visit us on any of our social media to stay connected.