The fitness center is free for all students who remain enrolled in 3 credit hours or more throughout the semester.
The Carl Sandburg College Fitness Center offers a relaxed atmosphere with a strong educational foundation. If you are a newcomer to exercise, or a seasoned novice, you will appreciate the one-on-one service we offer. We are dedicated to providing health enhancement services to the college community. Goals of the Sandburg Fitness Program include developing positive lifestyle habits, learning the principles of fitness and acquiring the skills of lifetime activities that lead to continued participation. We offer a comprehensive fitness program at an affordable cost. You may choose to use the facilities as a community member as non-credit or as a student and receive credit towards your college career. The fitness center is open to the public serving a diverse population from 16 years of age to senior citizens. Supervisors are in the fitness center at all times to offer assistance.
*STARTING FALL 2013 THERE WILL BE A ONE TIME $25 REGISTRATION FEE EACH SEMESTER FOR CREDIT CLASSES*
KIN 140.100 January 13 - May 9
Galesburg’s best kept secret! Did you know that the Sandburg Fitness Center is open to community members from 16 years of age to senior citizens? The Sandburg Fitness Center offers a relaxing atmosphere with a walking track, a free weight area, and a wide variety of cardiovascular and strength training equipment. The cardiovascular equipment is equipped with Cardio Theater so you may watch and listen to the television. Fitness Center hours during spring semester are: M-Th 6 a.m.-8 p.m., F 6 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sat 8 a.m.-12 noon
01/06/14 – 03/28/14, 12 wks., open hours
F144 (Fitness Center)
$59 PED C06 600
To start exercising at Sandburg, you must fill out a Personal Profile at the fitness center front desk and be given an orientation. If you would like to receive college credit for exercising you may sign up for Physical Fitness. If you are not a student and would like to use the facilities you may sign up for Continuing Fitness I, the non-credited course. You can register online, over the phone, in Student Services or at The Fitness Center. All first time members must attend an orientation. The orientation is intended to acquaint members with the policies and procedures of the facility and to discuss personal goals and health history. The personalized orientation session is also designed to educate new members on the proper use of equipment and to establish an exercise program based on individual needs. Once an orientation session is completed, members are entitled to use all of the cardiovascular equipment, strength machines, free weights and locker room facilities with showers. The Fitness Center also offers other services such as blood pressure, body fat analysis, flexibility and muscular strength and endurance testing.
**The Personal Profile must be filled out to use the facilities.
Questions? Call 309.341.5202 or 309.341.5460