Thanksgiving Hours

The RWC will have modified hours from Wednesday 11/23 through Sunday 11/27 in observance of Thanksgiving.

Frequently Asked Questions


General Questions

The biometric readers were put in place for added security as well as ease for guests to enter the RWC. Individuals do not have to register their biometrics, but everyone who wants to enter the RWC must have a valid picture ID.

All items in the locker are placed in an individual bag and stored for 2 months. Students and members can reclaim their personal belongings by coming into the administrative office during business hours. If the bags with the items are not claimed within the two months, they are donated to local charities.

You can wear this type of clothing inside the RWC just not on the Fitness floor. Rough material such as denim, zippers, buttons, Velcro and rivets can be damaging to upholstery and due to heavy usage rates we try to minimize wear and tear on equipment as much as possible.

RWC Park

RWC Park: Yes

  • Including but not limited to: frisbees, footballs, rackets, soccer balls, tennis balls, etc. 
  • Must be in compliance with RWC facilitiy policies 
  • Shared equipment is allowed with only the people you arrive with, such as roomates or individuals you have been isolating with.
  • All users are encouraged to wash hands frequently, use hand sanitizers, and avoid touching their face.
  • Yes. You must show your UCF/Member ID in order to check into your facility reservation.  ID’s and/or barcodes will also be required to access the facility.  In the event that RWC access management software isn’t working, UCF/Member ID’s along with class verification through webcourses will be required to access the facility. 

The green grass blades are made out of a polyethylene fiber which is "infilled" with a 70% rubber and 30% sand mixture. The entire turf system is manufactured by Sportexe, which currently has fields at M & T Bank Stadium (Home of the Baltimore Ravens) and the Louisiana Superdome (Home of the New Orleans Saints). You'll be playing on the same exact surface as NFL teams as well as several college stadiums.

NoWe are only offering open recreation during the times listed above on fields 1-3. The disc golf course is also open during these times. 

Yes.  We anticipate equipment rentals to be available again by Tuesday, June 1st, 2021. For now, we encourage you to bring your own equipment.

Yes.  We anticipate getting shared water fountains back online no later than June 1st, 2021.

No. With limited capacity only current RWC members will be allowed to utilize the facility.  

Intramural Sports

Yes! We hire three times a year, prior to our fall, "winter", and summer sports. Check the "Refs" page link at the top and apply, and we'll contact you with upcoming training clinic times. No experience is necessary, and while we're always hiring we do have limit positions available for some sports.

There are several ways to join a team. If you have friends that want to play the same sport, you should select a captain and register on the IM Website. Most student organizations, Greek letter organizations, or leadership groups will form teams for sports as well. If you don't have enough players to join a team, you can sign up as a free agent. If you attend one of our free agent meetings, we'll attempt to form teams there. You can also advertise yourself on our free agent message board to prospective teams that are looking for players.

There is no cost to play most intramural sports as we are funded by the Activity and Service Fee through SGA. The only event where there is a fee is our golf tournaments. This is because of the high cost of golf compared to other activities. We are however able to negotiate rates and supplement the costs to ensure most tournaments only cost between $5 and $15 per person.

That's the beauty of Intramural Sports. It's up to you! The RWC and RWC Park have open rec teams that teams can take advantage of to practice. The highly competitive teams in most sports will practice, but the majority of teams play for fun and don't practice very often once the season starts.

Outdoor Adventure

The UCF Challenge Course is open to UCF students, faculty, staff, the Orlando community, and general public groups

The course is 350 feet long, 48 feet high, 40 feet wide and it was one of the first of its kind built in Florida.

There are ten (10) different high ropes elements and depending on group size it will take between 2 to 3 hours to complete it plus the time needed on the ground to practice the experience and gear up.

There are also twelve (12) different low ropes elements and hundreds of props and portable equipment to tailor any kind of activity based on group needs and goals.

If you cannot attend the meeting, you must call the OA Trips Lead in order to receive all the necessary information and schedule a time when you can come in and fill out the necessary paperwork.

We design your program based on group needs and goals. Also, depending on group size and expectations, we offer a wide range of programs from 2 to 9 hours long in the following four formats:

  • Low Elements: No climbing involved - 2 to 7 hour long programs
  • High Elements : 25 to 40 feet high - 4 to 5 hour long programs
  • Full Day - Low & Highs Elements - 7 to 9 hour long programs

Open Knight Climbs: These recreational events are free for UCF students and are scheduled twice each semester.

Yes, once you become belay certified by UCF. Without this certification, our policy is to have the staff belay students. Belay certifications can be obtained one of two ways: 1) Going through one of our classes and passing the written and skills portion of the instruction or 2) Testing out on the spot, if you have belay experience.

Not at all. Our student employees are passionate about climbing and are there to help individuals just starting out. We welcome all levels at the Tower and have challenges for all climbing abilities

Bouldering is a type of climbing that does not require harnessing up or tying in to a top-rope. The climbing industry standard for bouldering height is twelve feet high. Bouldering can be dangerous, especially if it is not practiced safely. Boulderers should use crash pads, have spotters, and should not climb too high.

Personal hardware such as belay devices are not permitted because of the risk involved. The belay devices used at our tower are inspected on a consistent basis and logged for records. Shoes, chalk bags, and approved harnesses are permitted.