Recreational Sports - Fitness Aquatics and Intramural


Florida Poly's recreation program provides opportunities for student, faculty, and staff to engage in physical activities to create healthy lifestyle habits.

Physical activity is the secret ingredient behind many students’ personal and academic success. It’s been shown to have significant, measurable effects on both academic performance and mental health while improving physical fitness. 

Florida Poly prioritizes student physical and mental health and has developed recreation facilities that offer exceptional access while capitalizing on Florida’s mild climate. 


Recreational Facilities

Cardio Equipment

  • Treadmills
  • Ellipticals
  • Upright and Recumbent bicycles
  • Stair Master
  • Assault Fan Bike
  • Erg Row Machine



  • Power Racks
  • Deadlift Platform
  • Plate Loaded equipment
  • Dumbbells/Kettle Bells
  • Hack Squat
  • Cable Machine
  • Incline/Decline Benches
  • Medicine Balls
  • Assisted Pull up/Dip Machine

  • 200,000 Gallon Junior Olympic pool
  • 25yds x 25meters
  • 5Ft. 4in. deep
  • 8 lap lanes
  • Diving Blocks
  • Log roll

Multiuse recreation field with lights

  • Soccer Goals
  • Lacrosse Goals
  • Archery Targets


Outdoor Basketball courts with lights

  • Two Basketball Courts
  • 4 Pickleball Courts


Sand Volleyball Court

  • 9 hole course located between the two entrances to campus

  • Disc Golf Discs
  • Field Hockey Sticks/Balls
  • Basketballs
  • Soccer Balls
  • Volleyballs
  • Footballs
  • Pickleball Nets/equipment
  • Agility ladders
  • Speed Parachutes
  • Hammocks
  • Sleeping bags*
  • Tents*

*Subject to fee



Student: Florida Polytechnic University students have access to all SDC programs, activities, and amenities. Student’s must present their Florida Poly ID card to access the weight floor and sign in for events.
Faculty/Staff: Florida Poly Faculty and Staff are invited to become members of the Student Development Center. Membership costs $10 per month and can be payroll deducted or purchased month by month. A payroll deduction form can be filled out and given to the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation. View form here.
Guest Pass: Student, faculty, and staff with valid memberships may purchase a daily guest pass for $5 to bring a guest to the facility. All guests must always remain with their sponsor. Purchase Guest Passes here:


All Student Development Center patrons must sign a waiver prior to using the facility or participating in sponsored events. View waiver here.


Get Involved

All Phoenixes are encouraged to find a way to move  - and we have lots of opportunities on-campus for students to find the way that works best for them.
The University offers group exercise classes, personal training, small group training, and instructional dance classes as ways to stay active.
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The on-campus swimming pool is home is home to many fun activities such as dive-in movies, innertube water polo, battleship, intramural swim meets, and more.
This is a great way to play a sport you love – or maybe just one you want to try. Intramural teams play against other teams here on campus.
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Students compete at high levels within varying degrees of state or national competitiveness, while balancing the rigor of a core STEM degree. The social interaction, lasting friendships, sportsmanship, and positive energy generate unique experiences that will last a lifetime.
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Florida Poly’s Outdoor Adventure program is proud to offer opportunities to experience thrills and
embark on unforgettable journeys in the heart of the sunshine state!

Let's Stay Active: Home Workouts