Centrally located on campus, the Rodgers Recreation Center houses the University's athletic and recreational facilities, including the gymnasium, fitness center, aerobics studio, training rooms and a hall of fame area. Conference rooms, offices and locker rooms are located throughout the facility.
Designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, the facility's innovative design is a fitting modern counterpart to its Gilded Age neighbors. The shingle-style exterior echoes McKim, Mead & White's Newport Casino and the Isaac Bell House.
The Rodgers Recreation Center is named in honor of the late Thomas Rodgers Jr., a longtime University trustee and benefactor.