Physical Education Building
The Physical Education Building provides the backdrop for several athletic-orientated campus programs and also has space to rent for sports activities and community events. The facility has two gymnasiums (large and small), two dance studios, several classrooms, and state-of-the-art research labs and faculty offices. In addition, the PEB has an equipment cage with a wide variety of sports and recreation equipment available for checkout.
Main activities that occur in PEB:
- Vandal athletics
- University of Idaho Intramural Sports programs
- Community sports teams practices; recreational play
- Festival of Dance
- Community events such as fundraisers, tournaments and shows
The Physical Education Building (PEB) was completed in 1970 aside the University’s first Swim Center. The 52,846 square foot PEB building brings to life many University of Idaho athletic events and activities both the college and surrounding communities enjoy. This building launched a new era in Vandal athletics — expanding the available amenities for a university sports programs ripe for growth in both the men’s and women’s areas.
Now, the building’s primary functions revolve around academics and sports recreation. Currently, the facility houses the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences Department of Movement Sciences which uses the facility space regularly for student instruction.