The gymnasium of China University of Geosciences (Beijing) consists of several parts such as a swimming pool, basketball hall, indoor climbing wall, cultural and sports center, and underground fitness room. The swimming pool is a 25*50m standard pool with ten swimming lanes, divided into shallow water areas and deepwater areas. The depth of the shallow water is 1.2 meters, and the depth of the deep water is 2 meters. Adopt advanced water treatment equipment, an elegant environment, and moderate water temperature. The basketball hall has an area of about 1,400 square meters. It is a standard basketball court. It uses domestic high-quality professional solid wood sports flooring (Dalian Qiagen). The basketball stand uses Jinling brand electro-hydraulic basketball stands. The stadium can be used for basketball, volleyball, basketball, and volleyball. It is used in badminton and other games, and can be used for large-scale cultural and sports activities inside and outside the school, and can accommodate about 3,000 people. The indoor climbing wall is divided into difficult climbing and speed climbing. The speed climbing wall is located on the west side of the first floor of the stadium, and the difficult climbing wall is located on the west side of the third floor, which can be used for the training of professional high-level sports teams of the school. The cultural and sports center, with an area of about 1,500 square meters, currently has 10 badminton courts, using Haokang professional non-slip floor glue and VICTOR professional badminton rack. Students' cultural activities can also be carried out. The east side of the basement floor is a sports room, which is divided into 7 activity rooms and 1 multimedia classroom. The activity room can be used as a place for activities such as table tennis, aerobics, taekwondo, martial arts, gymnasium, dance, and physical room. The gymnasium provides a good guarantee for the development of school sports, the promotion of quality education for college students, and the need for the school to build a world-class university in the field of earth sciences.