On August 21, 1989, Arizona State University demonstrated its dedication to healthy lifestyles and exercise by opening the Student Recreation Complex.
The Sun Devil Fitness Complex (SDFC), as it is now known, consists of indoor activity space as well as outdoor fields and courts. The SDFC is intended for use by the ASU community and offers a variety of memberships.
The 2013 expansion of SDFC Tempe continues to support healthy lifestyles, further engages students, and builds community through enhanced recreation and wellness programming in fitness, intramurals, sport clubs, aquatics, and drop-in play.
The project involves an additional state-of-the-art weight and fitness area that includes cardiovascular and strength equipment and free weights; two multipurpose studios for group fitness classes and student sport/activity clubs; both a three-court and a two-court gymnasium for sports and campus events; a multi-activity court (MAC) gymnasium; and a wellness suite for massage as well as other wellness programs and services.