The C. Stromberg Complex, the Reed K. Swenson building and Wildcat Center are all combined to make one great fitness and
educational center available to students, faculty, and community members. The Wildcat Center even comes equipped with green fitness equipment that
generates electricity to help power the building. Students can access this building by
using their student Wildcard or ID card. Students have access to the pool, a
fully equipped gymnasium with machines, free weights, indoor track, and rock wall,
and drop in classes. Students can come relax between classes in the Stress Relief
Center. This center has various stress relieving machines including three
massage chairs, two chi machines, an inversion table, and more. The gym also serves as an educational
center with classrooms and labs for students in both Athletic Training and
Nutrition, and Health Promotion and Human Performance majors. Campus Recreation is located in the Wildcat Center on the south end of the complex. Here students
can sign up for intramural sports, and do fun outdoor activities with the Outdoor
Program. The Outdoor Program provides guided custom adventures like river
rafting, snow shoeing, and mountain biking along with equipment rentals. Whether you’re attending a nutrition class, or climbing on the rock wall, the Swenson Gym has something to offer for any student.