All students who have graduated from or have completed at least 24 credits at LCSC are eligible to purchase a membership to the Fitness Center. The full admission policy is listed below. A one-year membership may be purchased for $100 at the Student Union Building (SUB) information desk.
Admittance to the Fitness Center is by Warrior One card only (students and other individuals without cards will not be admitted).
Closed all major holidays and days when campus is closed.
CLOSED FOR REMODELING
Closed from Dec. 15 to Jan. 19. Reopens on Jan. 20.
Monday-Thursday: 5:45 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday: 5:45 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Summer Hours (starting June 2)
Monday-Thursday: 5:45 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday: 5:45 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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Basic Admission Philosophy and Waiver Policy
The Lewis-Clark State College Fitness Center (the "Center") was constructed to serve as a recreational facility for the benefit of Lewis-Clark State College students, faculty, and staff. Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, it is designed to serve the needs of Physical Education students, athletes, and the campus community in general.
It is not intended to serve the needs of the general public as the community is well served with commercial recreational fitness establishments and LCSC is cognizant of the need to avoid competition with private vendors in this arena. Due to issues of liability for injury, children under the age of 18 will not be allowed access to the facility except for scheduled classes and registered LCSC students. Certain other past and present members of the campus community may be provided access via paid membership as provided in the Admission Policy Statement, below. All authorized users are required to complete a Fitness Center Waiver (form available on Warrior Web as well as at the Fitness Center) prior to using the facility.
Admission Policy Statement
The following potential users have been identified for consideration for admission to the Center. Where admission is denied a brief justification is provided. [Note: All individuals in any of the categories listed below are required to sign a Fitness Center Waiver form prior to using the facility.]
Full-time students - Admission granted without charge for all full-time students who have an active Student ID Card.
Part-time students - Admission granted without charge for all part-time students registered for one or more credits who have an active Student ID Card. Students attending non-credit courses are not eligible.
Summer School students - Summer School students attending for credit will be granted admission to the Center
. Summer School students will now be issued a Student ID Card. Students who attended in the Fall and Spring or Spring only will be also have access to the Center throughout the summer.
Full-time faculty and staff - Admission granted without charge for all faculty and staff who have an active employee identification card.
Part-time faculty and staff- Admission granted without charge for part-time faculty and staff who have an active employee identification card. This benefit is also provided to irregular help staff during the term of their employment.
Alumni- (Fitness Center definition) Students who have graduated from or have completed at least 24 credits at LCSC are eligible to purchase a membership to the Fitness Center. A one-year membership may be purchased for $100. Spouses of alumni can also purchase a one-year membership for $100.
Spouses of students, faculty, staff, and retirees- Spouses of students, faculty, staff, and retirees are eligible to purchase membership to the Center. A one-year membership may be purchased for $100.
College affiliates - Employees of College affiliates (e.g. Sodexho) are eligible to purchase membership to the Center. A one-year membership may be purchased for $100.
General Public and Friends of the College - The General Public, Donors, Foundation Board Members and other friends of the College are not eligible to use the Center.
If access were provided to College donors it would potentially jeopardize the tax deductibility of their contributions.