Campus Recreation is dedicated to providing an inclusive active environment for social interaction.
The FRC features more than 250 pieces of strength training and cardiovascular equipment, a cardio theater, 3 multipurpose/aerobic studios, 2 basketball courts, a volleyball/badminton/multi-use court, 7 racquetball/handball courts, a squash court, an indoor running track, and a sauna. A variety of group fitness classes and services are offered daily in the FRC including yoga, Pilates, Zumba, cycling, ab lab, boot camp, TRX strength conditioning, personal training appointments, body composition measurements, and much more. More information can be found on the Campus Recreation website or by visiting the front desk of the FRC.
Come splash around in the Grizzly Pool, the only regulation 25-yard competition pool in the city of Missoula. The Grizzly Pool is open to the general public and UM community. A wide variety of activities are offered including: lap swim, recreation swim, Adult Coached Swim, lessons for children and adults, a weight room, sauna, and private rentals. Classes are also offered for credit, including classes like beginning/intermediate/advanced Swimming, Lifeguard, Water Safety Instructor, Kayaking, and Scuba. American Red Cross Certification classes are offered for Lifeguarding and Water Safety Instruction, CPR/AED, First Aid, Sport Safety Training, and Wilderness and Remote First Aid.
The Intramural Program offers a comprehensive sports program as well as a variety of special events for the athlete in everyone. Intramural teams include Basketball, Flag Football, Dodgeball, Racquetball–Squash, Inner Tube Water Polo, Soccer, Tennis, Softball, and Ultimate Frisbee.
UM students, faculty, staff, spouses, and current Alumni who have paid Alumni Association dues are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. Most special events, such as the 10K Campus Rec Run, Griz Glow Dash, and golf tournaments, are open to the public. More information can be found on the campus recreation website or by visiting the FRC front desk.
Sign-ups for fall outdoor sports are due September 10, 2013; fall indoor sport sign-ups are due September 17, 2013. Various tournaments are scheduled throughout the semester and announced at the start of the semester. More information can be found on the campus recreation website or by visiting the FRC.
The Fitness and Recreation Center is the headquarters for Campus Recreation’s nationally recognized Outdoor Program, which offers:
The Outdoor Program also manages an indoor climbing gym in the FRC. The climbing gym boasts 7,000 square feet of climbing surface area, 50 feet of vertical ascent and a bouldering cave.