The Rhodes College community, including its student-athletes, has access to some of the best facilities and amenities available in the NCAA. These facilities include the Bryan Campus Life Center (BCLC), which is a $22 million facility that was newly-renovated in the late-1990s and has since become a centerpiece of campus life for the Rhodes community.
The BCLC officially opened on March 17, 1997 to Rhodes' students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Within the facility lies the newly-renovated Mallory-Hyde Gymnasium, a 7,000 square foot fitness room, an indoor track, three racquetball courts, two squash courts, a state-of-the-art athletic training room, six locker rooms, and a multi-sport forum that acts as an auxilliary gym and can accommodate basketball, volleyball, baseball, golf, track, and tennis. Also within the walls of the BCLC are the Lynx Lair (an upscale snack bar for the campus community) and the McCallum Ballroom (used for dances, lectures, and other special events).
The BCLC is also the nerve center for Rhodes Athletics. Lynx athletes and coaches have spacious locker rooms, meeting rooms, and offices, as well as a tremendous athletic training room. The facility is conveniently located adjacent to all of Rhodes' outdoor playing fields and courts.