Campus Recreation seeks to improve the health and well-being of the University community through the core principles of fitness and wellness, healthy competition, lifelong skill development, and community-building. These guiding principles aim to improve the quality of life on campus and strengthen the ties between and among undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty and staff.
Campus Recreation provides educational and leadership opportunities through instructional programs, intramural activities, and sport club teams for diverse levels of skill and ability. As the focal point of recreation, Dillon Gymnasium provides a full range of facilities for participation in personal fitness and wellness, and informal recreation at the crossroads of the Princeton campus.
Stephens Fitness Center is an 8,000 square foot facility. The upper level has wall-to-wall carpeting and houses an extensive inventory of selectorized machines and aerobic (or "cardio") equipment, a reception desk, lounge (with 72 "cubbies"), 6 flat-screen LCD televisions and designated stretching area. The lower level has wall-to-wall high-density flooring and boasts an abundance of free-weight equipment.
The building has is handicap accessible and has air conditioning and a sound system (satellite radio).