Hepper Fitness Center

The Hepper Fitness Center is the newest and most technologically equipped facility on campus. It is located on the west end of campus in the recreation building close to residence halls, the golf course and the newly expanded west campus. This state-of-the-art center features a cardio loft, video walls, and nearly 15,000 sq. ft. of workout space. The free weight, expanded plate-loaded, and larger selectorized area will accommodate any workout and each cardio piece provides an individual entertainment monitor.

Equipment: Barbells, Dumbbells, Plate Loaded, Selectorized, and Cardio

White Building Fitness Center

The White Bldg. Fitness Center is central located and offers convenience to those traveling across campus, the HUB and residence halls. With nearly 15,000 square feet of space, it offers the finest selectorized (weight stack), free weight and cardio-vascular equipment available. The more than 75 selectorized and plate loaded stations, 50 free weight stations and 60 cardio machines, provide something to address every fitness goal.

Equipment: Barbells, Dumbbells, Plate Loaded, Selectorized, and Cardio

IM Fitness Center

The IM Fitness Center is conveniently located near residence halls at the East-end of campus in the Intramural Building. The center offers a variety of selectorized and free weight stations with more than 20 cardio machines available for training. This mid-sized facility has all the bells and whistles of larger facilities without the competition for space.

Barbells, Dumbbells, Plate Loaded, Selectorized, and Cardio

The Fitness Loft

The Fitness Loft offers a unique training environment catering to cardio enthusiasts. This specialized facility is located in the Natatorium and overlooks the three indoor pools. Housing nearly 40 state-of-the-art cardiovascular machines, the Loft provides an interesting escape from traditional fitness facilities for those more interested in just cardio training.

Equipment: Stairclimbers, Elliptical Trainers, Tread Mills, Rowing Machines and Stationary Bikes