You’ll find everything you need to play, practice, and train at Wesleyan, from a Cybex VR2Weightroom to 40 acres of wooded riding trails.

Mathews Athletic Complex and Athletic Center includes soccer and softball fields, tennis courts, a running track, and a multipurpose athletic center that features a fieldhouse for intercollegiate sports, aerobics and weight-training facility, and classroom, meeting, and office space. Besides up-to-date weightlifting and cardio equipment, the center provides weekly yoga, pilates and Reebok cycle classes. (more)

The Nancy Ellis Knox Equestrian Center includes a lighted riding ring, hunter trails field, stables for 30 horses, and 40 acres of wooded trails. The College’s equestrian program dates back to the establishment of the Rivoli campus in 1928. Stables and pastures were originally located across Forsyth Road on land that the college later sold. When the college acquired Bradley House in the 1950s, three equestrian buildings came with it, and these became the basis of the college’s revived riding program. (more)

Porter Gymnasium houses a heated swimming pool, a weight room, and a basketball/volleyball court, as well as dance studio, classrooms, dressing rooms, showers, and offices. Built in 1928 and named in honor of the late James Hyde Porter, a Wesleyan benefactor and longtime trustee, the building features a custom-crafted weathervane depicting college women engaged in a game of basketball. (more)
Mathews Center
With its wide porches, breezeways, and beautiful arched windows overlooking the lake, the Mathews Center is one of the most popular spots on campus.
  Nancy Ellis Knox Equestrian Center
The Wesleyan equestrian program was established in 1928 and has since grown to national competition status.