Campus Recreation: InformalRecreation
Campus Recreation provides drop-in opportunities for recreational activities that encourage patrons to meet new people and partake in friendly competition in a variety of sports. Basketball, volleyball, table tennis, racquetball, arena soccer and badminton are just some of the main activities.
Campus Recreation: Informal Recreation Featured Spaces
This multi-activity turf field can be set up to use the full length of the court or sectioned into three smaller courts by a divider system. It also has an open seating area with lounge chairs for watching activities or hosting special gatherings.
Located on the western edge of campus, the Cain Sports Complex is a multipurpose outdoor facility for A&M-Commerce and the Commerce community. It features multiple sports fields, four tennis courts, a support facility for equipment check out and restrooms, four sand volleyball courts with a support facility with restrooms, and multipurpose green spaces. Spaces are first come first-serve unless reserved by Campus Recreation.
These two multi-function courts that can be used for basketball, volleyball, pickleball, futsal, and badminton. They are first-come, first-served and can be used for any sport dependent on the availability.
The Activity Room is one large fitness space, equipped with TRX, stationary bikes, yoga mats, and fitness equipment. When there are no fitness classes scheduled, the activity room is opened to all Campus Recreation members. This space can be reserved by student organizations or other campus departments.
Even though the four racquetball courts are mainly used to play racquetball. Other activities such as Wally ball, dance, table tennis, badminton, and more utilized the courts. The courts can be reserved on a daily basis by contacting the MRC front desk.
Campus Recreation: Informal Recreation Equipment Checkout
Recreational equipment is available for free checkout at the member services desk with a valid Lion Card. All equipment is required to be returned in the same condition and same day in which it was checked out. A replacement cost may be charged for any lost, late, or damaged equipment. All outdoor adventure-based equipment can be checked out at the Outdoor Adventure Center on Culver Street behind the Cain Sports Complex.
Campus Recreation: InformalRecreation Priority Usage
All spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis unless reserved by Campus Recreation or another group. Reservations will be displayed in each area accordingly. Call ahead to verify open availability.
All spaces can be reserved by departments and organizations. Informal recreation is a very important aspect of the facility, therefore reservation space may be very limited. See reservations page for more details