Campus Recreation memberships are available to Georgetown students, faculty, staff, MedStar staff, alumni, community members, and their families.
Yates Field House and Kehoe Field were built for the recreational use of Georgetown University students, faculty, staff, MedStar employees, alumni, and their families. Membership categories are determined by one’s primary affiliation with the university. Individuals and families not affiliated with the university may join Campus Recreation as “Friends” members.
New Campus Recreation Memberships can not be purchased online at this time.
All new memberships must be purchased in the Membership Office during operating hours.
Rates and information for each membership type.
Locker Rental and Towel Service information.
Register for activities, reserve spaces online and renew active memberships.
For membership purposes, the “family” is defined as the primary member plus spouse or legal dependent (21 or younger). Additional dependents can be added for a fee (children 4 and under at no charge). A marriage certificate is required for proof of marital status. Proof of family relationship is necessary for any legal dependent additions to a family plan. Primary membership holders must be 18 years of age or older.
Memberships at Campus Recreation require a one (1)-year commitment and are non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership fees cannot be transferred to another membership type. For example, a short-term membership cannot be upgraded to an annual contract. Payment may be made by check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express or debit card – physical card must be present at the time of enrollment. Monthly payment options are available for all annual membership types. Yates Passes are individually issued and are non-transferable. Faculty, staff, and student members must use university-issued ID cards. MedStar-GUH employees must use their MedStar-GUH badges. Memberships canceled prematurely will result in a penalty equal to three (3) months of applicable dues at Campus Recreation.
For your own safety, you should always consult your physician before entering into a strenuous conditioning program.