Membership & Services
The Athletic Training staff is responsible for the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and illnesses among the club sports and intramurals offered at Purdue University in addition to our recreation center patrons. The staff has open office hours for all participants and covers practices as well as home games for many club sports.
Individuals attending a conference, affiliated with Purdue, may gain access to DRS facilities by presenting name badge/ID from the conference and paying the daily use fee.
We welcome you to experience all that Recreational Sports has to offer. We have sportswear, sports equipment, information, and of course, memberships.
Membership Payroll deduction available for Faculty & Staff!
- Memberships available to all Faculty/Staff/Retiree and Household Members.
- CoRec parking lot passes available for Household Members.
Looking for the perfect gift for a sports or fitness enthusiast? A Rec Sports gift certificate is a thoughtful way to support one’s health and well-being.
f you are a member of the Purdue community (have a valid PUID) and do not have a membership, you may gain admission by paying any of these short term pass fees.
The DRS holds lost and found items at each DRS location: CoRec, TREC, and the Boilermaker Aquatic Center.
Massage therapy involves manipulating muscle and connective tissue to enhance performance, facilitate the body’s natural healing process, and promote relaxation.
Information about memberships.
Information about membership pricing.
The Recreational Sports Payroll Deduction Plan is available for Memberships, Locker Rental and/or Towel Services at the Member Services Desk in the CoRec.