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Welcome to the S&T Fitness Center 

Cardio Equipment

Strength & Core Training

Membership Information

Faculty Guidelines & Regular Hours

Holiday and Special Hours

Fitness Resource Links

 

Promoting lifelong health & fitness to the S&T campus community, the Athletics & Recreation Department is proud to present the S&T Fitness Center.

Our facility, equipment, programs, & customer service is a valuable resource & an integral part of your support network to assist you in reaching your health & fitness goals.

From beginning exerciser to seasoned veterans, you’ll find everything you need at the S&T Fitness Center.

The Fitness Center is free for all actively enrolled S&T Students and is also available to Faculty/Staff for a small monthly fee.

A valid S&T ID card is required to access the Fitness Center as well as the Student Recreation Center.

 

For more information, call the Fitness Center Service Desk: 573-341-7592.

 

 


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