Rec Center Equipment

PCC Wellness & Recreation

 

UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS:


The Wellness & Recreation Center is NOW HIRING for summer student work-study positions--you can EARN and LEARN!  Visit the Wellness & Rec Center Student Employment webpage for more information on this great work-study opportunity.


Starting June 1, 2022:
The new summer hours for the Wellness & Rec Center are:
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 5pm and Friday: 8am – 3pm.
 

Effective Monday, Feb. 28. 2022:
Due to a sharp decrease in local COVID-19 cases and positivity rates, masks no longer will be required on PCC campuses as of Monday, Feb. 28. In addition, weekly testing no longer will be required for unvaccinated individuals.


The Wellness & Rec Center ask that you continue to be mindful of your proximity to other guests in the facility, as well as to the rec staff, and practice safe physical distancing.


Please remember to please stay home and remain away from campus if you are not feeling well.


PCC employees and students, if you have a COVID-19 related concern, please complete the COVID-19 Reporting Form found at the bottom of the COVID-19 Updates website. For more information and the latest requirements, please view our COVID-19 Updates page.

  • Since your safety continues to be our priority, security cameras have been installed in the Wellness & Recreation Center and are in use.
  • Group exercise classes will not resume at this time.
  • Feel free to check out a variety of wellness videos on the Wellness & Rec YouTube Channel.

Membership Rates

  • Students (Pueblo campus only): Included in tuition & fees
  • Alumni (with PCC alumni card): $10 per month
  • Faculty/Staff: $18 per month
  • Community: $20 per month
  • Couple: $35 per month

*online only students must pay the $20 monthly membership rate to use the facility.

Location

The Rec Center is located on the first floor of the Student Center next to the Bookstore.

Amenities

  • Locker Rooms
  • Showers
  • Locker Rental
    • $10 per month
    • Free day-use. Must remove all items before close of business
    • Members and students must bring their own lock

How to sign up

Visit the Wellness & Rec Center (when open) located on the first floor of the Student Center (suite 153), ask for the new membership packet (specify if you’re a PCC employee, non-PCC employee, etc.), complete and return the Membership Application Packet to the Wellness & Rec Center front desk staff to be processed.

PCC Employee packets will be processed and then will be sent to the Human Resources team to coordinate employee payment.

  • After the PCC Employee packet has been process, the employee will receive an email to confirm when they can start utilizing the Wellness & Rec Center.
  • The Wellness & Rec Center staff will create a membership card for members. Members are required to show this card to Wellness & Rec staff during every visit to the Rec Center

Community member packets will be processed at the front desk of the Wellness & Rec Center front desk; community members will then be instructed to make payment at the PCC Cashier’s Office.

  • The PCC Cashier’s Office is located on the second floor of the Student Center in room 231; community membership payments can be made at the Cashier’s Office or via phone Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm
  • Community member will bring the receipt to the Wellness & Rec Center front desk.
  • The Wellness & Rec Center staff will create a membership card for members. Members are required to show this card to Wellness & Rec staff during every visit to the Rec Center

Contact

Rec. Center
Pueblo Campus
Student Center, Suite 153
719-549-3063

Dean of Students
Vernon J. James
719-549-3035
Vernon.James@pueblocc.edu

Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 3pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Mission & Vision:
PCC Wellness & Recreation promotes whole person wellness among the PCC campus and Pueblo community. It envisions a vibrant, engaged, health conscious college and community.  
Values

Values:

  • An emotionally and physically safe environment for all students and patrons.
  • Cleanliness of the facility and equipment.
  • A welcoming, friendly atmosphere for everyone who walks through the door.
  • A variety of recreational options and programs that meet the needs of our diverse population.