Campus Recreation’s Current Operating Status
Yates Field House is currently closed for the remainder of the summer. Kehoe Field is currently open to Summer II on-campus residential undergraduate students only, from Saturday, July 10 to Friday, August 13, 2021.
Welcome Summer II Undergraduate On-Campus Residential Students!
As the primary recreation and fitness provider for the Georgetown University community, the Campus Recreation at Yates Field House department provides fitness and wellness programs and spaces for Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community members.
Yates Field House is currently closed for the duration of the summer for a major infrastructure project that will prepare us for the Fall semester. Our anticipated reopening date is Monday, August 23, 2021, with our hours and approved member groups to still be determined by University leadership.
We will continue to monitor the state of the pandemic and may need to modify our Fall reopening plans as University decisions are made, and conditions of the pandemic change or local ordinances about physical space and public health are updated.
All memberships and add-ons have been suspended until we reopen. To answer some of the frequently asked questions from members, we have launched the COVID-19 Closure FAQs page on our website. Please visit the page for answers to some of the questions that you may have.
We are continuing to offer time slots for rental locker pickups. If you would like to collect your locker belongings, please fill out our Rental Locker Pickup Form.The University is working hard to keep the community safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the outbreak, the university will provide frequent and regular communication to our community as federal and local health guidance changes on the COVID-19 Resource Center page.
Campus Recreation Blog
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- Ronnie Goodall (COL ‘84) On the Importance of Interpersonal Connection, the Courage to Try, and Community EngagementEmma Chuck (C’22)Campus Recreation Communications Assistant This interview has been […]
No upcoming events are scheduled.