The West Shore Community College Recreation Center is a state of the art facility that offers something for everyone who visits. Our Rec Center features a swimming pool, hot tub, Wellness Center, racquetball, free-weight room, gymnasium, and men's and women's locker rooms.
Facility Hours (including swimming pool)
This schedule is subject to change and Recreation Center users are advised there may be an unexpected closure of facilities due to maintenance needs, schedule conflicts, etc. Users are advised to verify the availability of facilities by calling: Recreation Center: 231-843-5543 WSCC Switchboard: 231-845-6211 or 1-800-848-9722, ext. 5543 (Rec Center)
It is our pleasure to offer classes and programs that provide you and your family with opportunities to learn, grow, and develop. Community Service class offerings enable you to improve the quality of your life through lifelong learning. This program of fee-based classes is designed to serve individuals with physical or personal goals that do not require college credit. You do not need to be a credit student and there is no application process. There are no transcripts or grades and classes are available to anyone who registers with us. Many classes are offered in response to a specific population's expressed interest or need. Swimnastics, aquarobics, body shaping, weight training, and full body flexibility are among the community service classes offered by the college. To register, visit ASAP and select Community Service Classes At The Rec Center on the left side. Then select Aqua Classes or Fitness Classes. Your enrollment fees keep this valuable program going. Thank you!
During the fall and winter semesters, students may enroll in Aerobic Conditioning & Weight Training (PED 100) and receive one credit. The class consists of a four-month program in the Wellness Center and is designed to improve total fitness. Students will be responsible for scheduling a 2.5 hour group orientation session with a Recreation Center staff member. The orientation includes health and fitness assessments, a demonstration on the exercise equipment and development of an individualized exercise program. Following the orientation, students will meet course requirements through an open schedule. The class may be elected two times for a total of two credits.