Updated waivers for 2021 – 2022 year
All users of RecSports facilities will need to sign onto recregister.nd.edu to sign and acknowledge the updated facility use waiver in order to swipe into and have access to our facilities. Upon logging into RecRegister for the first time as of August 1, the Adult Facility Access Waiver will pop up. Additionally, participants will also need to sign the Climbing & Bouldering Wall waiver. This will enable you to climb, shall you want to utilize the Climbing & Bouldering Wall during the 2021 – 2022 year. To complete the waivers:
- Read through the Adult Facility Use waiver and scroll to the bottom.
- If you agree to the terms of the waiver, click the gray box to digitally sign the waiver.
- Sign the waiver in the box.
- Click Save.
- Click Sign Now.
- Once you hit Sign Now, the Climbing & Bouldering Wall waiver will pop up. Repeat steps 1 – 5 for the Climbing & Bouldering Wall waiver.
If a waiver is not completed, the user will not have access. We encourage all of our users to complete the waiver prior to visiting our facilities to help us limit long lines for entry.
Rockne Memorial Hours: May 16 – August 19, 2022
Please note that during the summer months Rockne Memorial is subject to closures due to the internal heat index of the building. All closures will be posted on the home page of this website under “News” as soon as closures are confirmed. We apologize for any inconvenience.
|Rockne Memorial Hours||Rockne Memorial Lap & Therapy Pool Hours|
|Monday – Friday||CLOSED||6:00 – 9:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
|Saturday||CLOSED||11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.|
Upcoming Modified Hours & Closures
|All RecSports Facilities CLOSED|
|Saturday||May 28 – 30||CLOSED|
|Saturday||June 25 – 26||CLOSED|
|Thursday-Friday||August 18 – 19||CLOSED|
The Rockne Memorial is the prominent semi-Gothic building that stands on the west side of campus on South Quad, covering nearly an acre of ground and providing many opportunities for recreational enjoyment. Even with the inception of Smith Center for Recreational Sports in 2018, Rockne is still a bustling stage for many forms of club sports, intramurals, fitness classes, aquatic instruction, and general recreation, as well as life-saving classes.
Dedicated to the memory of Notre Dame’s legendary football coach, Knute Rockne, the Rockne Memorial is one of the most complete recreational facilities on campus. Built in 1939 from the donations of alumni and friends of the University, Rockne Memorial provides recreational facilities for the students, faculty, staff, retirees, and their families. Amenities include the lower level exercise room and Father Lange weight room, 25-yard swimming pool and warm-up pool fit with observation decks, racquetball and squash courts, and locker rooms for men, women, and families. The upper level features a gymnasium, featuring two basketball courts. Finally, the main lobby of Rockne Memorial contains the athletic trophies and mementos accumulated by Notre Dame teams under Rockne and his successors, as well as a bronze bust of Rockne himself to greet patrons and campus visitors. Game Day tradition includes pilgrimage to Knute’s statue before kickoff to rub his nose for good luck.
Rockne Memorial Policies
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