Get Fit

Research suggests that accumulating at least 150 minutes of exercise per week (30 minutes most days) can improve your health by reducing your risk of heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, depression, and even some forms of cancer.  Other than not smoking, getting 150 minutes of weekly exercise is the single best thing you can do for your health.   Wellness offers both group and individual programs to help you achieve and maintain an active lifestyle.

To receive more information about any of our Get Fit programs or to schedule an appointment, please contact Wellness at or 301-2224.


Group Fitness Classes 

Classes are taught by certified instructors and are appropriate for all levels of fitness.  Enjoy a great 45 minute workout in a fun, supportive environment.  Click here for the current schedule.

Fitness Assessments

Evaluate your health-related fitness components.  Receive professional assessments in aerobic, strength, flexibility, and body composition.

Personal Training

Individual and small group training sessions are available and are tailored to individual fitness levels and goals.

On Campus Walking Groups

Create or join an existing walking group with colleagues on campus.

5K and 10K Training Programs

Whether you’re running your first race or your 50th, get a personalized training program to help you meet your running or walking goals.

Personalized Exercise Program Design and Support

Whether your goals involve weight loss, improved aerobic fitness or a strength program, let Wellness help you create an effective, efficient program.

Online Activity Trackers and Pedometer

Track your activity with one of our online tools or a pedometer.  Wellness offers quarterly activity challenges for friendly competition and opportunities to win prizes.

Resistance and Weight Training Programs

We offer personalized training programs based on your fitness level or goals.  Whether you're new to training or just looking to take your fitness to the next level, we can help maximize your results.