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Office of University Conferences
Emory University
Drawer B
Atlanta GA 30322
PH: 404.727.0427

conferences@emory.edu


The Woodruff Physical Education Center opened its doors in 1983 following a $20 million renovation. The building has also undergone additional renovations, the most recent of which was in 2004. All conference guests receive use of the PE Center during scheduled hours while on campus.

INDOOR FACILITIES | OUTDOOR FACILITIES | HOURS | GROUP FUNCTIONS

 

INDOOR FACILITIES

> Gymnasium with four full basketball courts, five volleyball courts, or eight badminton courts
> 1/8 mile indoor track
> Olympic-sized swimming pool with two high dives
> Four indoor tennis courts
> Free weights and Cybex weightlifting equipment
> Elliptical runners, treadmills, stair masters, rowing machines, and other conditioning equipment
> Squash courts
> Racquetball courts
> Two additional indoor multipurpose courts
> Spinning/cycling facilities
> Dance studio
> Multipurpose room
> Full-service equipment room
> Locker rooms with shower facilities

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OUTDOOR FACILITIES
Additionally, the PE Center offers several outdoor facilities. All outdoor facilities have lighting, which can remain on until 10:00pm. Outdoor facilities include:

> Eight hard-court tennis courts
> McDonough Field, featuring a fenced-in playing arena and covered pavilion
> Candler Fields, featuring enough space for four full soccer fields, provides a secluded atmosphere for more intense sports camps

The PE Center also has equipment for numerous recreational activities that is available for guests.

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HOURS
The scheduled summer hours* of the PE Center are: Monday-Friday: 6:30am-9:00pm Saturday-Sunday: 12:00pm-6:00pm

*Hours are subject to change.

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GROUP FUNCTIONS
While guests receive individual usage of these facilities, all areas may be reserved for group functions. In addition to providing access to these facilities, guests can also use professional, trained, and certified Emory instructors to expand their recreational options. Popular options include:

> Dance, including jazz, modern, ballet, ballroom, social dance, and salsa/meringue
> Low-ropes course/trust building exercises
> Yoga
> Martial arts, including Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, Ninjutsu, Karate, and Capoeira
> Pilates
> Aerobics, including water aerobics, step aerobics, and cardio kickboxing.
> Strength and conditioning classes
> Tai Chi
> Racquet Sports
> Boxing
> Golf
> Handball
>Cycling/Spinning

If you have special requests, please let us know and we will try to accommodate them.

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