Public Health Advisory: Information and updates regarding Coronavirus
UMPI-specific Coronavirus Information
Until further notice, Gentile Hall will be CLOSED to all traffic due to the COVID-19 situation.

Gentile Hall

Gentile Hall

Campus COVID-19 update

The University will not be conducting in-person events, group gatherings, summer camps, day camps or other such in-person activities on its campuses or under its auspices at non-univeristy locations through June 30, 2020.

The University continues to plan for the safe return to campuses.  Further guidance for such in-person events, activities and gatherings scheduled to begin or occur on or after July 1 will be made available by June 1, 2020

The response to COVID-19 continues to be a rapidly evolving situation even at this stage of the pandemic and this guidance is subject to change.  Interested individuals and organizations are encouraged to check maine.edu/health-advisory routinely for updates.  Employees and students in particular are encouraged to check the relevant sections of the web site for information particular to their needs as the University continues to consider its safe Return planning.  More information is planned and expected to become available in particular over the course of May and June.

Matrix is offering UMPI students and Gentile Hall members their “Matrix Workout Tracking” app!
Free workouts from their master trainers!

Follow these instructions:
Go to your app store on your iPhone/iPad/Tablet.
Search for “Matrix Workout Tracking” app.
Download it and input “Matrixfitness” as the facility code.
With this application, you will be able to  link your other 3rd party applications
(I.E. fitnesspal) to this app as well.

Enjoy!

Matrix Community App

Matrix Community App_FAQs


Stop by and check out our

New Matrix Strength Equipment!

Named in honor of the University’s longest serving faculty member, Caroline D. Gentile Hall continues the legacy that Ms. Gentile created during her 56-year career as a physical education professor. Gentile Hall, which opened to the public on January 21, 2006, features a large multipurpose court, fitness center, pool, elevated track, and climbing wall. The facility supports the University’s academic programs and student body, but also welcomes the community to use its resources when available.

We want to hear from you! Share your ideas for the facility and tell us how we’re doing. Comments, questions or suggestions can be emailed to Dick Gardiner.

Stopping by for the day?

You’ll need to fill out forms, which may vary depending on which activity you’re doing. To view our forms, please click here.

Please remember, minors need to be signed off by a parent or legal guardian.

Bringing a group?

Be sure to check out our Rentals page for details.

Check out our Campus Wide Events Calendar!