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Facilities and Recreation

How to Rent Facilities

If interested in reserving our facilities for an event, contact the Facilities Director—Dr. Bernie Kish.
785-864-0703
bkish@ku.edu

The School's Department of Health, Sport, and Exercise Sciences resides in Robinson Center, which includes extensive sports education and research facilities and serves as the University's student recreational center.

  • Facility Information: 864-3385 or 864-0795
  • Security Desk: 864-0793 after 5:00 pm M-F
  • Student Recreation Fitness Center Information: 864-3546
  • *Schedules may change in order to accommodate education, recreation, special programs, holidays and/or maintenance. These changes will be posted in advance at the west entrance and the Service Center.

Robinson Center Schedule

For recreation hours at Robinson, please call 864-3385 or 864-0795

Robinson Pools WILL BE CLOSED for every KU Men's Basketball Home Games

More Information

  • Spousal Passes for Faculty/Staff only
  • Spouse Only / No Children
  • Cost $50.00 per year (Fall Semester to end of the Summer Semester) or
  • Cost $25.00 per Semester
  • Faculty/Staff Lockers are also available
    • Cost $12.00 Per Year (Fall Semester to end of the Summer Semester) or
    • Cost $6.00 per Semester

Computer Laboratory

See the School of Education computer laboratories page.

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Why KU
  • School of Education is 10th among public universities for its master’s and doctoral programs
    —U.S. News & World Report
  • HSES faculty and KU Athletics collaborate on the Research and Coaching Performance Team to study sports performance
  • Angela Lumpkin was named to the National Association for Sport and Physical Education’s Hall of Fame
  • The athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education