Marino Recreation Center
The Marino Center, with its architecture and state-of -the-art fitness and recreation amenities, is an 81,000 square-foot building that was voted one of the top ten recreational facilities in the country. The center, which opened in the Fall of 1996, is utilized for intramural and club sports, drop-in recreation, instructional programs, personal training and group fitness. The entire center serves the varied physical and recreational needs of our diverse population.
The spacious atrium gives students, faculty, and staff a relaxed place to socialize. Two cafes, a food market, and ATM machines are available. The University Recreation Office is located on this floor, as well as the Women’s and Men’s locker rooms. Each house 400 lockers and a sauna.
The fitness floor offers a variety of exercise equipment, including stairclimbers, treadmills, upright and recumbent exercise bikes, cross-country ski machines, rowing ergometers, elliptical climbers, and even a Treadwall that simulates rockclimbing. A 3,800-square-foot multipurpose room is used for aerobics classes and martial arts clubs. The gymnasium is comprised of three basketball courts that can also be used for volleyball, badminton, roller hockey, and futsal.
A state-of-the-art resistance training area contains 42 free-weight stations and 40 pieces of selectorized weight machines. There is also a fully-equipped free weight room. A three-lane suspended track is available for either walking or jogging.