Campus Recreation

Healthy options for everyone, everyday.

75 Keaney Road, Mackal Field House, Room 104, Kingston, RI 02881

campusrec@etal.uri.edup. 401.874.5926 hotline. 401.874.4343 f. 401.874.4829

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Healthy is happy.

Getting your college degree is a lot of work—but it’s important for you to stay active, and make time for play. Whether you workout daily, looking to join a team, or just want to dip your toes in the water, URI Campus Recreation has something for you. Choose from a wide range of programs in our state-of-the-art facilities, offering everything from competitive team sports to group fitness classes to individualized personal training, so you can be where you are, and find your own stride.

Our Mission: The Department of Campus Recreation at The University of Rhode Island provides diverse experiences which enhance the quality of campus life through recreational opportunities that promote a lifelong commitment to health and well-being.  We foster student success through engagement, collaborative learning experiences and embracing individual interests and values that inspire a sense of belonging.

  • students playing ultimate frisbee
  • students sailing
  • cardio machines in Fascitelli fitness center
  • student swimming laps
  • URI hockey players
  • spinning class instructor helping a participant

News and Announcements  

The Mackal-Tootell Complex – Spring Term Hours
Anna Fascitelli Fitness & Wellness Center – Spring Term Hours


URI Student Programs

Get ready for #Plogging event April 16-25! click here for details…

Plogging has benefits beyond the sense of self-satisfaction that comes from making the world a slightly cleaner place: It actually burns more calories than merely jogging.

The newest fitness craze is supposed to improve the health of both humans and Mother Earth. It’s called “plogging,” and requires people to pick up trash while on a run/jog/walk.

The term is a portmanteau of jogging and “plocka upp,” Swedish for “pick up,” according to The Washington Post. Plogging started in Sweden, but has started to pick up followers all over the world, based on the many Instagram photos that are popping up with the #plogging hashtag.

JOIN US – as we clean up the URI campus April 16-25th. We will supply you with the bags (bio-degradable) & gloves (reusable). Us the #PloggingURI and get win prizes!

Spend School Vacation Week with us!

ZUMBA KIDS(R) Wed. April 18th – two classes: 
3:30-4:00pm AND 4:15-4:45pm
Zumba kids classes are rockin’ high energy dance parties packed with kid-friendly routines, perfect for our younger (age 4-11) Zumba Fans!
FREE CLASSES in the Tootell Studio, no registration needed

COMMUNITY SWIM hours extended for school vacation week:
Monday, April 16th: 12:00-9:30pm
Tuesday, April 17th: 12:00-9:30pm
Thursday, April 19th: 12:00-9:30pm

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