Your health matters at Rose State College


by: Melissa Lam, news editor

The RSC Help and Wellness Center is committed to the idea that exercise and proper nutrition is the key to achieving overall good health.  Chris Leland, help and wellness activities director said, “Come on in and play, equipment is only good if it is used.”  Various types of exercise equipment are provided in the Center including, Cardiovascular, Strength Training, and Stretch Equipment. Other equipment includes dumbbell weights, medicine balls, mats, elliptical and treadmill machines. The Wellness Center also features a basketball court, access to the Aquatic Center Open Swim, and group classes (up to room capacity) to students and faculty.

For current credit students (six credit hours or more), faculty and full-time staff to register:

  1. Go to the Wellness Center Information Desk and complete a Membership Application, a Participant Information Form, and a Waiver of Liability.
  2. Students, faculty and staff must have a valid Rose State College I.D. Card.

For Individual Community Membership Registration:

  1. Go to the Continuing Education Office and enroll in the class titled Individual Community Wellness Center Membership.
  2. Pay your enrollment fees and receive your parking permit.
  3. While there, you will be provided a Membership Application, a Participant Information Form and a Waiver of Liability that you must complete.
  4. Next, go to the Student Services Building, Room 100 and get your I.D. Card.
  5. Finally, take the completed Membership Application Form, Waiver of Liability, and your I.D. Card to the Wellness Center Information Desk.

The RSC Wellness Center is open 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Monday – Friday and 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Saturday. The Center is closed Sundays and all other days that the campus is closed, including federal holidays and in the event of inclement weather.

For more information check RSC’s homepage at www.rose.edu, and click on Student Services, and then click on the link, “Wellness.”

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