Any SWOCC student, registered for a minimum of one paid credit per term will have access to the facility during open usage times (see above). Please login and logout with ID number at front desk.
Faculty and staff must be registered for a minimum of one credit per term or register at the Rec Center Front Desk (see below). Faculty and staff are encouraged to use their tuition waiver (if available) to sign up for a current physical education class (i.e., Super Circuit). Please login and logut with ID number at front desk.
Any person not already taking a credit class can register to use the Recreation Center. Contact the Recreation Center Front Desk for more information and to sign up. You can register for one-month ($40), three-month ($100), and 12-month ($340) sessions. Once your ID number is established with the college, please login and logout with ID number at front desk. There is also a Day Use Fee available for $5.
Military/55+ - Register for one-month ($30), three-month ($85.00), and 12-month ($340) sessions.
Persons 10-17 years old are permitted to use the facility, with parent/guardian signature approval on the Rec Center Registration Form. For those 15 years and younger, an adult must be present with the youth. Persons 9 years of age or younger are not permitted to use the Recreation Center, unless otherwise specified by event, camp, or class.
If an injury occurs, patrons should seek assistance from the nearest Recreation Center employee. If an employee is not in the area, patrons should notify the Front Desk, providing the location and condition of the individual. A Facility Supervisor or other staff member will evaluate the person's condition and provide immediate first aid, if necessary, to the best of their ability. Recreation Center employees cannot transport injured persons. If an ambulance is necessary, the employee will try to get verbal consent from the injured person. In all injury situations, the injured person and any witnesses will be asked questions about the incident for a report. Recreation Center employees are not trained to provide preventive first aid, such as wrapping or taping joints, and are not trained to apply splints to injured joints. People requiring such aid will be advised to seek professional attention.