Recreation Services

Recreation Services consists of facilities and programming that ensures a safe, healthy and active campus experience for faculty, staff, students and alumni. 

Kettering University's Recreation Center is an integral part of the campus community.

Recreation Center

The Connie and Jim John Recreation Center at Kettering University is an integral part of the campus community. The Recreation Center has hosted presidential candidates, celebrity basketball camps and each year it is transformed from an athletic facility into a FIRST Robotics District site. 

The Recreation Center is a private facility intended for Kettering faculty, staff, students and their family members. The center offers:

  • Intramural Sports 
  • Fitness Opportunities 
  • Basketball Courts 
  • Tennis Courts 
  • Racquetball Courts 
  • Squash Court 
  • Jogging/Walking Track 
  • Free Weight Room
  • Fitness Room 
  • Group Exercise Room 
  • Pool 
  • Spa 
  • Steam Rooms 
  • Locker Rooms

Sports Clubs On Campus

Kettering offers students and opportunity to participate in the sports clubs.

Ultimate Frisbee - Kettering's ultimate frisbee team, Bulldog Ultimate, competes with other schools across Michigan in multiple tournaments throughout the year. For more information, visit the team's Facebook page.

Other opportunities include:

A Section

  • Rock Climbing
  • Scuba
  • Running
  • Fencing

B Section

  • Rock Climbing
  • Scuba
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Golf

Kettering University's Atwood Stadium

With the assistance from community partners and a generous a gift from the C.S. Mott Foundation, Kettering University completed the restoration of the historic Atwood Stadium in August 2015. True to its history, the stadium remains a host for a number of community and athletic events including high school football, soccer and lacrosse as well as Flint PAL Youth Football league games. | Read More
 
Kettering students also have the ability to compete in intramural sports on the historic venue that now contains Field Turf, the same playing surface as Ford Field in Detroit and Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. 

Kettering University's Atwood Stadium

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