Facility Operations

Our facilities encompass a comprehensive range of services, including state-of-the-art fitness centers, intramural sports, and wellness programs, designed to enhance student life and promote a healthy, active community.

Recreational facilities

Two people climbing in the South Campus Recreation Center
South campus recreation center fitness floor and turf.

South Campus Recreation Center (SCRC)

This 98,000 square foot facility includes an abundant amount of fitness space, functional indoor/outdoor training zone, three fitness studios, two basketball courts, a multi-activity court, walking/jogging track, classroom with demonstration kitchen, an indoor climbing wall with a bouldering area, and a convenience store.

980 Whirlpool Drive, Oxford, MS 38655

Locate the SCRC on the interactive campus map
Individuals working out in the Turner Center fitness center

Turner Center

This 155,000 square foot facility includes a four-court gymnasium, indoor walking/jogging track, fitness center, three fitness studios, an indoor pool, racquetball/squash courts, and functional training spaces. 

 642 All American Drive, University, MS 38677

Locate the Turner Center on the interactive campus map
three students playing sand volleyball
individual playing disc golf

Blackburn-McMurray Outdoor Sports Complex (OSC)

This facility includes Intramural Sports fields and sand volleyball courts both available for recreational use and reservation. A 23-hole disc golf course and the Fit Rig, a functional training system, are both available for recreational use. Sport Club fields for Sport Club organization scheduled practices and competitions are also located at the OSC. 

Insight Park Avenue, Oxford, MS 38655

Locate the OSC on the interactive campus map

Facility Hours of Operation and Rentals

Safe and Accessible Facilities for All

Campus Recreation is dedicated to providing a safe, welcoming space to members from all backgrounds and fitness levels. Campus Rec is continuing to improve programs and facilities to enhance accessibility for all patrons.

Our award-winning South Campus Recreation Center features two Universal restrooms/changing rooms located near the locker rooms, a lactation room for nursing parents, elevators, and braille on our SciFit machines with wheelchair access.

The Turner Center features one universal restroom/changing room located near the locker rooms and an elevator. These universal rooms include a sink, toilet, and shower. The universal rooms were designed to provide a safe and inclusive space for many members of the University community. We ask you to consider using the general locker rooms if those are spaces that work for you in order to leave the Universal spaces available for those who depend on access to them.

Please email Peter Tulchinsky if we can provide ways to accommodate you in our programming our programs, events, and activities.  We will do our best to provide accommodations as needed. We recognize that each individual has different needs and we are excited to have a conversation with you to see how we can best serve your needs.

RV/Motorhome Parking

The Department of Campus Recreation offers RV parking for Ole Miss Football Games at the east parking lot of the South Campus Recreation Center located at 927 Whirlpool Drive, approximately 1.4 miles from Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Please be advised that there are no hook-ups or water at this location. Port-a-potties are available. Athletics provides a complementary shuttle to and from the stadium.


Full season registration for the 2024 football season will open 7/8/2024.

Single game registration for the 2024 football season will open 7/22/2024.


Full season permit (all 7 home games): $1,250
Full season permit holders ONLY may check in on Friday from 5:00-8:30 PM.

Single SEC game permit: $325
Single Non-SEC game permit: $200
Single game permits may check-in on Friday from 6:00-8:30 PM.

RV/Motorhome FAQ

Have more questions about bringing your RV or Motorhome to an Ole Miss Football game day? Don't worry! You'll find answers to common questions below.

Please email Campus Recreation at campusrec@olemiss.edu or call 662-915-5575 with any additional questions.

Check-In location is located at the South Campus Recreation Center-east lot (look for the signs).  Staff will be on-site for assistance.

Arrivals on Saturday may proceed to park, a staff member will be present prior to game time to take payment (if not previously reserved/paid) and to answer any questions.
There are no hook-ups or water available at this location.
Spots are reserved for those that purchase a permit online. Specific spot locations are “assigned” upon arrival.
Port-a-potties are available on site.

Each spot provides space up to 55′ long and there is plenty of room to open slide outs.

There is additional parking space adjacent to the RV lot for guest vehicles.

Athletics provides a complimentary shuttle service to and from the stadium, beginning 3 hours before game time and 1 hour after.
Informational packets will be emailed to the registrant one week before the game or given upon arrival.
Parking permits will be given to registrants at check in (season permit holders will receive their season permit at the first game they attend).
At this time, Campus Recreation does not monitor or provide a service for RV parking during baseball games, graduation weekend, orientation, etc.

Meet the Facility Operations Staff

Please don't hesitate to reach out to the Facility Operations staff if you have any questions or require assistance!
Jason Shirkey

Jason Shirkey

  • Associate Director of Campus Recreation
Mark Garneau

Mark Garneau

  • Assistant Director Campus Recreation Facility Operations
Cathy Farmer

Cathy Farmer

  • Graduate Assistant – Facility Operations 
Emily Manning

Emily Manning

  • Recent Graduate Intern I
Preston Kennedy

Preston Kennedy

  • Graduate Assistant - Facility Operations

Additional Resources

These departments are housed in the Campus Recreation facilities.

William Magee Center

The William Magee Center for AOD and Wellness Education is dedicated to transforming students’ lives by providing education, intervention, and support services to enhance well-being and foster success at the University of Mississippi.

Department of Parking & Transportation

Our mission is to support the University with parking and transit options all while keeping our focus on sustainability and forwarding our Transportation Demand Management goals.

Department of Health, Exercise Science, and Recreation Management

The Department of Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management (HESRM) knows that those with health have hope. We promote healthy living by teaching our students how to change the lives of athletes and individuals across the country.