Fitness Center

Fitness Center staff

Have fun, get active and get fit in the Fitness Center. Participate in a fitness challenge, cycling, boxing, yoga, circuit training or Barre class. Take advantage of 1:1 time with a certified personal trainer to set up a new routine.

In the Fitness Center you will find cardio equipment such as treadmills, elliptical trainers and stationary bikes. Additionally, you will find free weights, selectorized machines and other strength training equipment. Day-use lockers, shower facilities and fitness classes are also available each term. Use of the Fitness Center is free to students, staff and faculty.

Follow @wsuvosi on Facebook and Instagram for new programming and daily updates. Email van.osirec@wsu.edu to sign up for the weekly Recreation Program newsletter.

Contact the Fitness Center

For answers, contact the Fitness Center at 360-546-9271 or van.fitnesscenter@wsu.edu.

Location and hours

The Fitness Center is located in the basement of the Library (east side, lower level).

Fitness Center hours of operation
Day Hours
Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The Fitness Center will be closed the following dates:

  • Monday, Sept. 6
  • Thursday, Nov. 11
  • Monday, Nov. 22 – Friday, Nov. 26
  • Monday, Dec. 20 – Friday, Dec. 31

Fitness classes

Participate in a class to boost your activity. Classes are led by current students, faculty or staff who are trained and certified to teach in areas such as cycling, dance, Pilates and yoga. All classes are free and open to WSU Vancouver students, faculty and staff with a current Fitness Center card.

Fitness Center fall classes
Day Class Time
Tuesday Step, Kick and Conditioning with Marci Noon – 12:50 p.m.
Thursday Cardio with Cambri Noon – 12:50 p.m.
Friday Commit Dance Fitness with Felix 2 – 2:50 p.m.

Email van.osirec@wsu.edu to learn more.

Fall fitness events

  • Food on a Budget Webinar—Noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22
  • Fitness Center Challenges—Oct. – Dec.
  • Dance Workshop and BBQ—2 – 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15
  • Run the World' Virtual Beyonce Dance Class—Noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20
  • Yoga with Tyra—2 – 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12
  • Feed Your Brain Webinar—Noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.17

Use equipment from the Fitness Center for free

The Fitness Center is offering students free rentals of Fitness Center equipment. Choose from equipment such as hand weights, kettle balls, step platform and risers, BOSU ball, yoga mats and more. Equipment can be rented for 30 days. Fill out the Equipment Rental Form. Pick up equipment at the Recreation Office.

Recreation Movement 2021

Join the 2021 Recreation Movement. Easily create a profile and log your daily workouts.

UREC virtual fitness classes

WSU UREC in Pullman is offering free online fitness classes. Be sure to check out the workout of the day!

UREC wellness events

Check out these free wellness seminars from UREC Pullman. Watch the events calendar for information about Vancouver wellness events and get out there!

Email van.osirec@wsu.edu to learn about upcoming events.

Personal fitness trainer

Take advantage of 1:1 time with a certified personal trainer and develop a personalized workout routine to meet your goals. Develop a fitness plan, learn how to use the equipment or receive training for a specific activity. Personal training sessions are $10 for current WSU Vancouver students. Appointments are made in the Fitness Center.

Visit the Fitness Center and sign up for your 60-minute session to create a personal fitness plan that fits you. Begin achieving your fitness goals today!

In-person fitness training is currently on hold. Stay tuned for more information.

Exercise guide

User policy

Use is free and limited to current WSU Vancouver students, faculty and staff who have signed a liability waiver and user agreement, and received an annual Fitness Center card. The waiver and card are available within the facility during operating hours. Users may not bring children or other guests into the facility.

Equipment is available for check-out to current WSU Vancouver students, faculty and staff with a university ID card. Facility usage is primarily first-come, first-serve but can be reserved by student organizations or offices within the university.