Koret Health and Recreation Center



Submit on the Rec Sports Summer Virtual Challenge Google Form or tag the Koret Health & Recreation Center (@usfkoret) on Instagram to complete the challenges! For every challenge you complete, you will be entered into the grand prize raffle- Rec Sports Swag Bag!

WEEK #1 Recap
June 1st- June 7th
Testimonial Challenge We know that being a part of Rec Sports Programming
is an important part of your college experience so share
your story! What's your favorite memory or advice for
incoming students?!
"My advice for an incoming student that wants to sign up for a [club] sport is to just go for it, don't overthink it! Life is too short to worry, so try that sport that you've always wanted to but were too afraid to try. Also, don't worry if you don't know anyone prior to going to the first meeting, you'll make friends along the way!" -Araceli Hernandez Garcia [Student]
"My favorite thing about being a part of [Intramural] Sports is that you don't have to [be] good at that particular sport. I do it for fun and feeling more connected to the community. Our team definitely wants to win every game - which rarely happens. We go out there to have fun, encourage, and support one another. All I have is the fun we shared together and getting knocked out with a volleyball in my face - don't worry, I was able to keep the ball in play. #FUNTIMES" -Lamonte Stamps [Staff]
"Being a part of Club Women’s Volleyball has been my favorite part of my college experience because I’ve been able to meet my best friends while playing the sport I love. What made it even more special was that we won two consecutive National Championships only a few years after establishing the club. I will never forget the feeling of winning the last point of the Championship match and realizing we were the best club volleyball team in the country! My advice to incoming students would be get involved quickly, whether it’s something you already love to do or something you’re interested in learning about. The Rec Sports Department has something for everyone and it can enhance your college experience greatly if you put your heart into it." -Miranda Roberts [Student]
"My name is Zoë Hallmen and I am a rising senior Spanish Studies major at USF. My favorite part of the Rec Sports program are the Outdoor Adventure trips! I get to go to new places with my friends, meet new people, and just have a fun time! And what makes it even better, it’s DISCOUNTED for students. I love it!" -Zoë Hallmen [Student]
"Participating in Intramural Sports at USF helps me connect with colleagues on campus from various departments. It has helped me form relationships with other Fac/Staff and I am grateful for Team Persistence and all they do on campus!" -Jessica Javier [Staff]
"I am pretty involved with Intramural Sports. I [participate in] IM Basketball, both CoRec and [the] Men's League. I've [participated] in the Men's League every semester I've been at USF. I love both of them and have met a ton of people! Too many people sleep on Dodgeball, but I enjoy it the most! The people that are out there know just how competitive it is and how fun it is, highly recommend trying IM Dodgeball you won't regret it!" -Dominic Wall [Student]
WEEK #2: Recap
June 8th- June 14th
Group Fitness Challenge Participate in one of Koret's Group Fitness Classes
More than 125 USF Students, Faculty & Staff participated in Koret Group Fitness Classes!

WEEK #3: Recap
June 15th- June 21st

Squat Challenge Do 100 squats throughout the week!
More than 700 squats were completed by USF Students, Faculty & Staff!

WEEK #4: Recap
June 22nd- June 28th

Push Up Challenge Do 100 push ups throughout the week!
More than 400 push-ups were completed by USF Students, Faculty & Staff!
WEEK #5: June 29th- July 5th 4th of July BREAK NO CHALLENGE  
WEEK #6: July 6th- July 12th Movement Challenge Show us how you choose to move! Do you take fitness
classes, dance, walk...what do you do to stay active?!
WEEK #7: July 13th- July 19th Tik Tok Challenge Who said Tik Tok's aren't a workout?! Send us a Tik Tok
video you spent time to teach yourself!
WEEK #8: July 20th- July 26th Virtual 5K Challenge Track yourself on a solo Walk, Run, or Hike
WEEK #9: July 27th- August 2nd Summer Challenge With our new normal, what did you do this summer?!

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In an effort to support public health recommendations that are aimed at protecting our community from the spread of COVID-19 and to comply with the City of San Francisco’s shelter-in-place order, the Koret Health and Recreation Center will remain temporarily closed through mid-August.

Please visit the Koret page for current programs such as Zoom classes, workout of the day, fitness 101, and intramural contest. 


Day Main Building Pool
Monday - Friday       6 a.m. - 10 p.m. 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Lap Swim NO
Club Sports      Summer Virtual Challenge
Facilities Tour NO
Fitness Classes Zoom classes
Intramural Sports Summer Virtual Challenge
KYSC Zoom Dryland
Masters Swimming NO
Outdoor Adventure Summer Virtual Challenge
Personal Training NO

USF students, faculty and staff ActiveNet login


USF student, faculty, and staff must bring a valid USF ID card to access the Koret Center. We are unable to look up USF individuals with our check-in system. Please do not forget your USF ID when visiting the Koret Center. Thank you!

General Holiday Information

All facilities are subject to availability. Koret Health and Recreation Center will be closed during University holidays. In addition, maintenance closures will occur throughout the year to ensure the safety, cleanliness, and quality of our facilities. (Please check with the Front Desk for specific dates and times. Hours are subject to change without further notice.)

The Koret Center is closed each year for Easter, Thanksgiving, and the Christmas holidays. In addition to the above, Koret is open for abbreviated hours on the following holidays: Martin Luther King Jr., President's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, the day after Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve.

The Department of Recreational Sports wants to insure that our events are accessible for all persons. Please contact us at (415) 422-6811 to request reasonable accommodations.


The mission of the Recreational Sports Department and Koret Health and Recreation Center is to provide desired recreational sports activities, programs, and services to USF students, faculty, staff, alumni, and limited neighborhood patrons. The department will offer these groups opportunities to enhance their knowledge, interest and behavior to promote healthy lifestyles.