Due to guidelines and restrictions related to COVID-19, the number of users of the facilities within the Wellness & Recreation Complex is limited. To help you determine in real time the availability of these facilities, visit our Facilities Counts page, which shows the percentage free capacity for each location and relative time.

Facilities Counts: Check if the gym is free

The Office of Campus Recreation promotes health, fitness, and wellness for the students, faculty, and staff of Springfield College.

The office oversees group exercise classes, the Wellness & Recreation Complex and the pool, intramural and club sports, and health promotion programming.

Policies and Procedures

Employee Wellness Program

 

Student in Wellness & Recreation Complex
Wellness & Recreation Complex Hours

Hours as of May 12, 2022

  • Monday - Friday 7 a.m.- 6 p.m.
  • Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Swimming pool
Pool Hours

Hours as of June 27, 2022 through August 19, 2022

  • Monday - Friday 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
  • Monday - Thursday 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. [Except no swim from August 1 - 12.]
Student on climbing wall
Climbing Wall Hours

Hours as of May 12, 2022

  • Closed until fall 2022
Get moving

Wellness & Recreation Complex and Pool

The Wellness & Recreation Complex offers cardio and weight training space, a climbing wall, locker rooms, and more.

Students in group exercise class

Applied Exercise Mental Performance Consulting

Do you find yourself struggling with the motivation to get to the gym? Does your workout feel stale? Are you lacking confidence in your fitness routine? 

Trained experts in the field of sport and exercise psychology are ready to work with you on your individual needs through one-on-one sessions, group workshops, and quick tips. Learn more about Applied Exercise Mental Performance Consulting by contacting Emily Jakob at ejakob@springfield.edu.

All of the workshops will be hosted on this Zoom link.

Man uses roller in the fitness center at Springfield College
Fitness & Wellness Program Resources

Can't make it to the gym?

Here are some at-home resources for staying fit— mentally and physically.

woman running on track
Get involved

Club Sports

Whether you'd just like to play for fun or you're ready to compete in championships, you can get active with any one of our club sports. 

Men's rugby
Get active

Intramural Sports

With many individual sports and programs available, students participating in intramural sports enjoy taking a break from academic work.

Women's field hockey
Rahab Moktan
Rahab Moktan

Graduate Assistant for Alcohol and Other Drug Education

rmoktan@springfield.edu

Explore Campus Recreation at Springfield College