recreational sports

Recreational Sports

Recreational Sports offers a variety of ways to enjoy healthy, fun activities at U-M, from exercise facilities and engaging classes to friendly competitions and adventures in the great outdoors.

Three campus recreation buildings offer complete fitness facilities for Rec Sports members. Amenities include gymnasiums, hundreds of cardio and strength exercise machines, and courts for drop-in sports like racquetball, basketball, and volleyball. Select buildings include swimming pools and indoor running tracks.

Group Exercise
Dozens of Group-X classes are offered each semester, from cycling and yoga to Zumba and total body strength. And members with a Group-X pass enjoy unlimited access to all classes, all semester.

Personal Training
Certified personal trainers assist individuals and small groups with fitness assessments, goal setting, and custom training sessions. Recreational Sports also offers training and support for students who would like to become certified personal trainers.


Exercise Your Options

Campus visitors can take advantage of a one-day pass for just $15. Bring a photo ID to any Recreational Sports facility. For more information, call 734-763-3084.

Club Sports Teams
Strenght Training

Intramural Sports
Thousands of students participate in fun, weekly competitions and tournaments. Sports range from the traditional basketball, volleyball, and soccer to the exciting spikeball, boccia ball, and pickleball.

Club Sports
Students compete at an elite level against teams from other colleges and universities, and work hard to be national champions in their sports.

Adventure Leadership Trips
From day trips and weekend trips to spring and winter break adventures, students can enjoy affordable getaways to gain new skills and connect with others. All gear is provided and no experience is necessary. Recent trips have included:

  • Ice Climbing
  • Dog Sledding
  • Canoeing
  • Backpacking
  • Cave Exploration
  • Stargazing

Adventure Leadership Team
Discover better ways to collaborate and work together with your team, whether it’s a student organization, U-M department, athletic team, or company outside of the university. Activities include zip-lining, ropes courses, wall climbing, virtual team building, and more.

BasketballRock Climbing
Ropes Course
Wheel Chair Basketball