Return to Recreation FAQs

Phase I of our Return to Recreation plan will start on September 6th, 2022. This will allow for Alumni who have previously held memberships with Campus Recreation, that were active at the time of our closing due to COVID-19, to renew their membership, as well as families and dependents of current Faculty and Staff Campus Recreation Members.

We will be in contact with eligible patrons when this Phase I begins.

Phase II of our Return to Recreation plan will take place starting October 26th, 2022. This will allow for community members who have previously held memberships with Campus Recreation, that were active at the time of our closing due to COVID-19, to renew their membership.

We will be in contact with eligible patrons when Phase II begins.

Phase III of our Return to Recreation plan will take place in early 2023. This will allow for Georgetown University Alumni and their families who have not previously held memberships with Campus Recreation at Georgetown University to become members.

Phase IV of our Return to Recreation plan is set to take place in March 2023. This will allow for anyone who has not previously help a membership with Campus Recreation at Georgetown University to become a member.

Georgetown University requires students, faculty, staff and visitors to have received a primary series (e.g., two doses of an mRNA vaccine) and, when eligible, an additional dose (booster) of the COVID-19 vaccine or have a Georgetown-approved religious or medical exemption (See below for more information on exemptions). 

All members must upload proof of vaccination to the Campus Recreation COVID-19 Vaccination Portal. Georgetown complies with all applicable privacy, confidentiality, and public health laws relating to the collection and maintenance of vaccination records.

We will notify you of your upload approval status within seven (7) business days via email. Once you receive the email, you need to renew your membership online.

To request an exemption, please send an email to the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA) at ideaa@georgetown.edu or call IDEAA at 202.687.4798.

Requests for exemptions will be reviewed on an individualized basis; decisions about whether an exemption request will be approved may require more than seven business days..

Individuals requesting an exemption will not be allowed to access Campus Recreation facilities unless an exemption is granted. Exempted individuals will be required to comply with enhanced public health measures.

Notify Campus Recreation via email at campusrecreation@georgetown.edu. Campus Recreation will then notify Georgetown’s Public Health team. Georgetown’s Public Health team may reach out to you for the purpose of contact tracing.

For the most up-to-date information about Public Health protocols at Georgetown University regarding COVID-19, please visit the university’s COVID-19 Resource Center.

You will need to email campusrecreation@georgetown.edu to request that your password be reset. Due to the high volume of emails we receive, please allow three business days for the reset. We will respond to your email when your password has been reset.

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. Visit the Office of Transportation Management’s website 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.

Please visit our membership office at Yates Field House to obtain a replacement ID.

If you wish to renew your locker rental at Yates Field House or to request towel service, please visit the membership office at Yates Field House.

For the most up-to-date information about Public Health protocols at Georgetown University regarding Monkeypox, please visit the university’s Monkeypox information page.