Central Connecticut Athletic Facilities

Arute Field

Softball Field

Detrick Gymnasium

Michael S. Knapp Weight Training Center

Jack Suydam Natatorium

Athletic Training

CCSU Baseball Field

Central Connecticut Soccer Field

Stanley Golf Course

Stanley Quarter Park (Cross Country)

THERE ARE NO PETS ALLOWED AT CCSU ATHLETIC FACILITIES. 

CLICK HERE FOR THE CCSU CAMPUS-WIDE SMOKING POLICY.

Central Connecticut University football tailgate policy for pre- and post game gathering:

  1. All groups larger than 30 must call ahead to reserve space in Arute stadium lot at least 24 hours in advance of a home football game. For your reservation call Steve Villanti Assistant Athletic Director at 860-832-3078.
  2. Groups will be given a space to tailgate in a designated area for not more than 1 ½ hours following the game.
  3. Tents are available for all groups on a limited first come first serve basis, please make your request when reserving your space.

Facility Rental Information
CCSU athletic facilities are available for summer camp reservation from June through August. For facility requests or questions concerning rental of facilities call the athletic offices at 860-832-3035.

ATHLETIC FACILITY RENTAL FEES (2014-15)

Athletic facilities have been requested for the following camps:
Howie Dickenmen Basketball Camp (June/July 2015) - Detrick Gym and Bubble
Coach Rossomando Football Academy (June/July, 2015) - Arute Field
Sonoco Swim Club (Dec. 3014 - Aug. 2015) - Suydam Natatorium

Camps and clinics
All coaches interested in running a camp must do so as independent contractors. Proper insurance and NCAA documentation must be on file in the office of Assistant Athletic Director/ Event Coordinator before the start of camp. Camps and Clinics must be run in accordance
with State and NCAA rules. A certified Athletic Trainer must be on sight during all university athletic camps and clinics. All coaches must attend a mandatory NCAA rules seminar given by the compliance office if they are interested in hosting a university camp or clinic. All individuals running a University camp must have a valid Connecticut Camp License, issued by the Connecticut State Department of Health. Fees per camper or clinic will be determined prior to the start of camp and initiation of a contract. Number of campers, cost of camp, and usage of facilities will determine cost.

Internal controls over the rental of the University facilities for athletic camps and clinics include the following: