College Recreation & Wellness
Columbus State Community College offers a wide variety of courses at convenient times throughout the year to aid in the development of our community. Keeping with that theme The Department of College Recreation and Wellness offers free use of the campus fitness centers at both the Columbus Campus and Delaware campus. We also offer fitness classes, personal training, and more to all faculty, staff, and students of Columbus State at little to no cost. We encourage the use of our facilities and classes to help promote a healthier lifestyle. A current CSCC ID is required for all activities.
For more information, please call 287-2083.
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The CRW podcast, Guidance with Grace, is a weekly podcast focused on health and wellness questions and topics submitted by YOU! Each Friday we post a new episode and they can be found here on Soundcloud. You can also search Guidance with Grace on iTunes and Google Play. If you have an idea for a topic, or have a question you'd like us to answer, you can email us at email@example.com.
We offer free Recreation classes to Columbus State students, faculty and staff! Offerings include:
- Cardio Sculpt
- Hatha Yoga
- CS Sweat
- Roll and Stretch
Cougar Conditioning Classes
For a fee, you can participate in these small group trainings (6-8 people) as long as you are a current student, faculty member, or staff member. Classes include:
- Flex & Stretch
- Kettelbell Training
- CS Strong
- Barbell for Beginners and Barbell Strength
- Circuit Training
- Workout Roulette
Columbus State's fitness center and locker rooms are located in the basement of Delaware Hall (DE). The center is free to current CSCC employees and students. Features include free weights, treadmills and elliptical machines, mats and other exercise equipment.
The Recreation and Wellness Conditioning Center provides Columbus State students, employees, and the Columbus community with low-cost personal training.
The CRW mission is to promote health and wellness by building a cohesive campus community, to further academic success through healthy lifestyle changes.