Starting September 7, Sport & Rec indoor and outdoor facilities are open to U of T students and Sport & Rec members registered for official Sport & Rec activities and programming for the Fall 2021 semester.
Visit our Sport & Rec page to learn more about available programming.
Last updated: September 21, 2021
U of T Sport & Rec is pleased to welcome our community back into our facilities this Fall. All programs operate in compliance with the University of Toronto's protocols, as well as the Ontario government’s Roadmap to Reopen. .
Only U of T students and Sport & Rec members registered for official Sport & Rec activities will be allowed to access our facilities and programs. Additional programming will be added in a stepped approach to scale up operations safely. Ongoing updates on available programs, facilities and safety protocols will continue to be shared as they are available.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our facilities!
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We’ve made some changes to the way we operate in order to continue to provide exciting and safe opportunities to enhance your physical, mental and social well-being through sport and physical activity.
Visit our Sport & Rec page to learn more about available indoor and outdoor programming and how to get access.
FALL 2021 ACCESS
U of T students and Sport & Rec members registered for official Sport & Rec activities may access our facilities. Memberships are required for members of the community to use our facilities and programs. A valid Tcard or membership card must be shown upon entry in order to gain access to our facilities and programming, along with compliance with our safety protocols.
Vaccination & Screening Requirement
In accordance with the Province of Ontario Passport Certificate Regulation and effective September 22, 2021, all participants accessing indoor sport, recreation and fitness facilities must be fully vaccinated (2 doses plus 14 days). The regulation can be found here.
Please note that all Sport & Rec participants of indoor programming are required to show proof of vaccination and complete a screening on the day of your visit.
Proof of Vaccination Requirement:
Participants ages 18 years or older in Sport and Rec registered programs must be fully vaccinated – 2 doses +14 days in order to participate.
Please be ready to confirm proof of vaccination on the day of your visit:
- If you have a valid UTOR-ID: Please ensure you have uploaded your proof of vaccination to UCHECK. We will need to see a UCHECK green screen to confirm access. When the Ontario government vaccine passport app comes online, you will also be required to show your Ontario Vaccine Certificate.
- If you do not have a UTOR-ID: Please be ready to show proof of full vaccination and government issued ID on-site when checking in. When the Ontario government vaccine passport app comes online, you will be required to show your Ontario Vaccine Certificate. Note that no exemptions will be accommodated at this time.
Sport & Rec participants must complete a pre-visit screening form on the day of their visit before accessing facilities. The pre-screening tools will be available online or printed copies will also be available at check-in if you do not have access to the online form.
- Screening tool for students, staff, faculty and librarians
- Screening tool for members of the community
Please be ready to present your completed screening form on the day of your visit:
- If you have a valid UTOR-ID: Please complete your UCHECK and show your green screen confirmation on the day of your visit.
- If you do not have a UTOR-ID: Please complete the Red Cap screening and be ready to show your screening confirmation on-site when checking in.
Masks and social distancing: For additional safety for all, please maintain 2 metres of distance. Face masks are required in all indoor spaces and when unable to maintain social distancing, but are not required while participating in athletic or fitness activities.
Registration will be required to exercise in our facilities. A limited number of people will be permitted in our spaces at a given time, in accordance with public health guidelines. All participants must arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before their scheduled time, at which point they will be permitted entry into the facility.
Time in facility: Sport & Rec program participants must be mindful of their scheduled time in the facility. Participants must enter and leave the facility within their allotted time to allow staff to sanitize between usage periods for all users. A participant’s allotted time includes time at their programmed activity and prompt use of showers and changerooms.
Storing personal belongings while on site: Personal belongings can be left at the perimeter of an activity space, 2 meters apart from the belongings of other participants or in day lockers where applicable. Participants are responsible for bringing their own towel (there will be no access to towels) and water bottle (there will be water refill stations).
Locker & Towel Services
The use of day lockers will be available to all registered program participants. Please check with the facility for the latest information on day locker access.
Locker rentals will be available for purchase in-person at the Athletic Centre and the Goldring Centre on September 7th at 9am. Check our Membership plans page for more information about prices and terms.
Towel service will not be available at this time. Participants are responsible for bringing their own towels.
Changeroom & Shower Access
Registered program participants may access changerooms within their registered time in the facility. Program participants are encouraged not to linger and to please use time efficiently in the changeroom to reduce the number of users in the space at a time and to allow Sport & Rec staff sufficient time to sanitize between program time slots.
Showers are available for use by registered Sport & Rec participants at the Athletic Centre and Goldring Centre.
Support with sport or exercise-related injury or inquiry
The David L. MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic continues to offer limited services in keeping with public health guidelines for physical distancing and other COVID-19 related safety protocols. Services are available to U of T students with a sport or exercise-related injury or inquiry. Appointments will remain virtual, while in-person visits will be offered at the discretion of the treating health care provider. The Clinic will look to expand service to the larger community in a stepped approach as soon as we are able. Learn more about the clinic and safety protocols here.
- For information on vaccinations, please click here.
- For information about Memberships, please visit our Memberships page.
- For information about Rentals, please visit our Rentals page.
- For ongoing updates about the status of operations at U of T, please continue to check the university’s website.
- Follow U of T Sport & Rec online, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter for important COVID-19 related program updates, as well as tips and resources to help you stay active.
Should you have questions about Sport & Rec programs, our customer service staff are available to provide assistance via e-mail. Please contact us at email@example.com. We ask for your patience as we manage a high volume of inquiries.