Frequently Asked Questions

All members, guests, and visitors driving to campus MUST park in the Southwest Quadrangle parking garage. From the garage, Yates Field House is a short walk up the hill between McDonough Gym and Cooper Field. Review our Parking Policy for more details about parking on campus.

Students, faculty, and staff who are members must comply with University parking policies; Campus Recreation cannot distribute parking passes to these members.

Our full parking policy can be found on our parking policy page.

To provide health and wellness opportunities for the Georgetown University community, access to Campus Recreation facilities is free of charge for active degree-seeking students on the Main Campus and the School of Continuing Studies. Students who are not currently enrolled as an active-degree seeking student can still opt-in to the membership fee by visiting the Campus Recreation Membership Office.

For more information about student memberships, including fees and number of credit-hours to reach full time status, please visit our Membership Types page.

To cancel your membership, please email Please visit our Memberships page for more information.

To check if your item has been turned in at a Campus Recreation facility, please visit the front desk and an attendant will assist you. Valuables (rings, watches, wallets, etc.) that are brought to the Membership Office are turned over to the Georgetown University Police Department (202-687-4343) on a bi-weekly basis.

Campus Recreation members can reserve any of the four indoor tennis courts, two racquetball courts, and five squash courts using their online account. Every other area open to members is first come, first served. Outside of regularly scheduled programs, members are also free to access the Studio A space when not in use. For more information on how to reserve an available court, please visit our Court Reservations page.

Group Fitness Classes are available to Georgetown Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, and Community Members. Membership to our facility is required to participate in Group Fitness.

Group Fitness Passes are no longer needed as of 4/29/24.

To attend a Campus Recreation Group Fitness class, please arrive to the designated location 5-10 minutes before the class’ start time. Then fill out this short Google Form to check-in.

Submit a Personal Training Interest Form below to help us get you started toward your fitness goals! After your submission is received, the Fitness & Wellness Program will contact you within 3-5 business days to provide more information and explain next steps.

Visit the Personal Training Program page for more information, including pricing and personal trainer bios.

Campus Recreation hires more than a hundred student staff members for each academic year for a variety of campus recreation positions. Summer and holiday break opportunities are frequently available for certain positions as well. Please review our list of Employment Opportunities for more information on each position!