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Wellness Center and Intramurals

Your SWOSU student identification card is required for admission to the Wellness Center. Based on student demand, the Wellness Center offers a variety of Intramural Sports and Wellness/Fitness programs. Intramural Sports are offered in the fall and spring semesters only. Sports are played outdoors as long as weather permits and moved indoors as needed.

We offer flag football, softball, indoor and outdoor volleyball, rock climbing, general fitness classes, basketball, self-defense, indoor soccer (Futsal), and others. We offer men’s, women’s and co-ed divisions in all sports. The SWOSU Intramural Sports/Wellness Program provides the following recreation facilities:

On Weatherford Campus

Wellness Center

  • Rock climbing
  • Three gym floors
  • Weight room
  • Exercise room

Hammock lounge:  Located on the Burton House south lawn.

Swimming pool:  Located in Rankin Williams Fieldhouse.

Playing fields, sand volleyball courts, volleyball courts, track, etc. are located on campus properties.

We also offer abs class, Pilates, kickboxing, spin class, yoga. Visit the Wellness Center website!

At Crowder Lake State Park

  • Canoes, kayaks, & stand-up paddle boards: SWOSU ID required for use
  • Fishing: State License required
  • Ropes courses: High/Low
  • Interpretive nature trail
  • Inside climbing wall
  • Camping
  • Picnic areas: some covered areas
  • Rappelling
  • RV pads

Visit the Crowder Lake website!

Equipment may be checked out through SWOSU’s Intramural Sports/Wellness Program for on-campus activities. You may call (580) 774-3187 for additional information regarding facility use. For Crowder Lake State Park information, call (580) 343-2443 or (580) 774-6015. Community recreation facilities are available through the City of Weatherford and the YMCA.