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Recreation & Sports

These facilities are where inspiration and fun meet.

Rec Center

University Recreation Center

Opened in January of 2003, the TCU University Recreation Center is a soaring 202,000 sq. ft. facility comprising 162,000 sq. ft. for recreation and 40,000 sq. ft. for academics.

The Rec Center offers the following spaces for external group rentals:

  • Recreation Gym featuring three multi-purpose courts
  • The Special Events Gymnasium, primarily an indoor volleyball facility
  • Indoor & outdoor pools for lap swimming or general use
  • Climbing wall
  • Three beach volleyball courts
  • Two multipurpose fitness rooms
  • Game room
  • Intramural Fields and Justin Sport Club Fields

These popular facilities are in continual use by the TCU community, and availability during the fall or spring semesters may be limited. It is imperitive to observe all facility rules and risk management measures; please review the Rec Center Policies for Conference Guests below.

 

schollmaier basketball complex

TCU Athletics

TCU Athletics facilities may be available at the discretion of the Athletic Department, depending on NCAA compliance, season calendars, and TCU team activities.

Athletic Facility Use Policies

Educational organizations may be able to use the following venues:

The Schollmaier Basketball Complex may be open to school teams or junior colleges for practice or workouts. The TCU Men's and Women's Basketball programs share authority over use of the SBC.

Schollmaier Basketball Complex

Nonprofit organizations, camps for a variety of sports, and school teams may use the Sam Baugh Indoor Facility. TCU Football oversees and approves all the activities in this space.

Sam Baugh Indoor Football Facility

Garvey-Rosenthal is open for school practices or competitions as well as youth leagues, pending review by TCU Soccer.

Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium

TCU proudly hosts numerous camps, workouts, practices, tournaments, and games for high schools, junior colleges, and competitive travel organizations. All approval is facilitated through TCU Baseball alongside Conference Services.

Charlie and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium

The track may be used for public community events, NGO competitions, and high school practices pending review from the Athletic Department and TCU Track and Field.

Lowdon Track and Field Complex

The Tennis Center is a public facility with a history of hosting tennis lessons, clinics, camps, and tournaments. Approval must route through the Tennis Center staff, TCU athletics, and Conference Services.

Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center

TCU annually hosts the Junior Olympic Rifle Championships.

TCU Rifle Range