Student playing pool with a mask on.

Student Activities

Campus recreation, activities, and athletics are important parts of the community experience at Florida Poly. The campus athletics programs and facilities have reopened following the guidance of the American College Health Association (ACHA).

Virtual Student Union

The Virtual Student Union organizes student activities into an online experience. Key virtual experiences include Florida Poly workouts and career development workshops, which will continue to have an online presence.


A formal NACE (National Association of Collegiate Esports) ESports program will be available on campus for fall 2020.

Group Fitness Classes

Group fitness classes are held in various locations around the Student Development Center, with an emphasis on offering classes on the soccer field and outdoors in the shaded Oak Grove. New activities are being added to group class offerings, including running groups and virtual 5Ks.

Intramural Sports

Intramural sports adhere to physical distancing measures and sports that are not appropriate to distancing will not be played.
Competitions and events will be designed to help participants follow physical distance guidelines, but still engage in the teamwork and fun that are hallmarks of intramural athletics.
Intramural sports are being chosen based upon number of players needed to compete in a game, how much physical contact may potentially occur during a game, and length of time that participants may be in contact with one another.

Student Development Center

The Student Development Center (SDC) is the center for recreation and athletics on campus. The SDC, which houses a weight floor and a lap pool, has reopened with new policies and guidelines for capacity and sanitation. Reduced hours and a reservation system will provide the ability to adhere to ACHA cleaning requirements.