Saint Leo's 4,000-square-foot Fitness Center opened
in 2002 and was refurbished in 2009. We've got all the latest
cardio and weight-lifting equipment, certified personal trainers,
and tons of group classes, like boxing, yoga, boot camp and many
more. Click here to find a complete schedule for the
Spring 2014 semester.
The Fitness Center's hours of operation for the
spring 2014 semester are:
Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 12 a.m.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
*Hours subject to change with holidays and school
In addition to the Fitness Center, workout equipment
can also be found in residence halls on campus.
Intramural sports are a great way to
make new friends, develop your mind and body, and learn new skills.
Participate in structured leagues and an array of activities,
including basketball, flag football, softball, volleyball, ultimate
frisbee, soccer and dodge ball. You may even find yourself pitching
against your stats professor or cheering on your admissions
counselor—a bunch of our faculty and staff play Intramurals.
To find a calendar of events for the spring 2014
semester, click here.
To register for any of the intramurals events, please go to IMLeagues.
Need help creating an IMLeagues account? Please refer to this.
The Bowman Center Pool is perfect for
doing laps, napping in the sunshine and student-get-togethers.
The hours of operation for the spring 2014 semester
Monday through Friday
12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
“Open Recreation” is the supervised, but
unstructured, use of the Saint Leo athletic facilities. A valid
Saint Leo ID is required to use the athletic facilities, and sports
equipment is available. Soccer Field and the gymnasium are
available in the Spring semester.
Please check out the Open Recreation schedule here.
Take the canoes out on the water; hang
out on the dock or even fish. Take advantage of the picturesque
view and enjoy a little peace and quiet at the lakefront. This is
open to students, faculty and staff.
Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The low and high ropes course at Saint Leo
University is designed to promote effective communication and
teamwork in a group setting, while encouraging individuals to
challenge themselves in a safe and friendly environment.
Groups of 12 (or more) can reserve a time for a
certified instructor to take them through the low ropes (usually a
6-8 hour time frame is required) or the high ropes (usually a 8
hour time frame is required).
Open climbing hours are still to be determined, but
will be limited to the climbing wall section of the high ropes