Located off of Route 1 between the Mitchell and Lee Buildings, the Armory is a 4-court, climate controlled open gym space located in the heart of campus. The Armory is home to the intramural sports program and is also used for club sport practices and free play.
The Armory also regularly hosts basketball and volleyball tournaments, university commencements, trade shows, university dinners, alumni events, and more. Kinesiology classes and indoor drilling/training for the Air Force, Army and Navy also take place in spaces within the Armory.
- Badminton* (offered daily in Eppley Recreation Center)
- Basketball- no more than 2 players at a basket for shoot around, no game play.
- Running and Walking
*Not available with current COVID-19 restrictions.
University Recreation & Wellness (RecWell) rules and regulations are designed to promote a safe and pleasurable recreation experience for all. They are not intended to be exhaustive. University Recreation & Wellness reserves the right to prohibit behavior which, in the professional judgment of RecWell staff, may place either patrons or RecWell facilities at risk. All students, RecWell members, and guests are responsible for behaving in a safe and appropriate manner and complying with posted and published rules and regulations for facility use.
- 28,800 sq. ft. gymnasium space
- 4 full basketball courts that can convert to 6 volleyball courts and 8 full badminton courts
- Intramural Office Suite, including two professional staff offices, a large student work area and a reception area
- Two divider curtains
- Wi-Fi internet access
- Sound baffles
- Main courts
- Classrooms on lower level must be booked through Stamp Student Union
Types of Rentals
The Armory is ideal for sports tournaments/camps such as basketball, volleyball, badminton and fencing with minimum spectator seating. Other types of special events needing a large open space also work well in this space such as career fairs. Sound panels were installed to aid in the acoustics so that amplified sound can be used for events.