The University of Iowa Athletics Department and the University of Iowa Recreational Services partnered to construct the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center (CRWC). The $69 million facility, which opened in the summer of 2010, serves as the home for the Hawkeye swimming and diving programs.
The UI swimmers have a state-of-the-art 50-meter competition pool and a separate diving well. The facility also houses the team locker rooms, while boasting a swimming and diving specific training room space. Dryland and weight training areas are available right off the pool deck.
In its first year as a competition venue, the CRWC hosted the 2011 USA Diving Winter Nationals. The venue hosted both the men's and women's 2012 Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championships, the 2011 USA Swimming Speedo Sectionals (July 21-24) and the NCAA Zone Diving Qualifer. In 2015, the CRWC hosted the Men's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The CRWC is slated to host the Men's B1G Swimming and Diving Championships in 2019 and the Women's B1G Swimming and Diving Championships in 2020.
The facility has 20,000 square feet of fitness space over three levels, a 52 1/2 foot climbing wall and a leisure swimming pool among other amenities.