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As the City of New Orleans begins its phased reopening, we know many of you are curious about when the Reily Student Recreation Center will resume operations. The Department of Campus Recreation continues to follow Tulane University guidelines for business resumption. As this is an extremely fluid process, we do not have a resumption date at this time. 

Due to expected capacity limitations, the priority of access to the Reily Center will be given to Tulane students, faculty, and staff during the initial phase of our reopening. We are not charging members during this time and will only reinstate billing once each membership category can begin accessing the facility. Our pool may also be closed for necessary repairs during the initial phases. 

We invite you to participate in the multiple Virtual Activities we are offering. New instructional videos, healthy recipes, virtual group exercise classes, and other activities are added weekly to our YouTube channel, social media feeds, and website. 

We will continue to communicate updates related to business resumption on our website, social media accounts, mobile app, and via email. If you have not done so, please sign up to receive our email alerts

We look forward to serving our members again soon!

Visit the Campus Recreation Coronavirus FAQ page for more details:  https://campusrecreation.tulane.edu/home/coronavirus-faq For Tulane University information, please visit Tulane's Emergency Preparedness website at https://tulane.edu/emergency

 

Outdoor Adventures Resources

The outdoors is still open.

Things are weird right now. While nearly every facet of our everyday lives has been disrupted, experts still agree that you can safely go outside to get some exercise. We hope that you'll use this resource page and our Outdoor Adventures blog to stay informed, motivated, and inspired. Now's the time to work on the basics-- your knots, navigation, and even your outdoor reading list. Wherever you are, let us know what you want to learn and we'll get some info up ASAP. We can't wait to see you use some of your new skills on an Outdoor Adventures trip next semester. 

 

How to read a topo map

How to fix a flat on your bike

How to build a fire

Five essential canoe paddling strokes

 

Learn to tie a bowline

Louisiana Plant Identification