Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
6:00 AM - 11:00 PM 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Note: The Wellness Center is closed during all weekday Chapel services

Pool Hours

Open swim at all times with the exception of 6:00 - 8:00 AM Monday-Thursday.

Spring Class Schedule

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
12:10 PM   Stretch & Strength   Stretch & Strength  
5:15 PM Crazy Step   Crazy Step    
5:30 PM   Cardio Kickbox   Cardio Kickbox  
8:00 PM Hi/Lo Cardio     Hi/Lo Cardio  

RecLife (Intramurals)

Students can get involved with recreation life with various intramurals sports throughout the semester.



Class Descriptions

Hi & Lo cardio (60 min) - An exercise to music class this is a calorie torching workout. It combines traditional group exercise moves with aerobic dance for a great cardiovascular workout. It's so much fun that it is exercise in disguise.

Stretch & Strength (45 min) - This class consists of a flowing series of postures, synchronizing the breath with each movement. You will build strength, stamina, flexibility and balance while dissolving tension.

Muscle Spin (50 min) - a combo class - strength training and Spin. This class will be a great cross training session to work the entire body.

Step Crazy (60 min) - Get a high intensity, yet low impact workout. We use portable platforms with height adjustable risers. You will do choreographed exercise routines up, down and around the step for 45 minutes. The class will finish up with 15 minutes of ab work and stretching.

Cardio Kickbox (60 min) - This class is a combination of cardio, boxing and marital arts providing a total body workout which aims to improve strength, aerobic fitness, speed, flexibility, coordination and balance. Come try one of the most popular fitness trends and kick, jab, cross, hook and uppercut your way to a fitter you!

Spin Mania (45 min) - using a stationary studio cycle, intensity can be increased or decreased by changing the resistance level on the flywheel. Cycling builds endurance and trains leg muscles to be strong while being kinder to knees and ankles due to minimal weight bearing.