• Student employees making welcoming gestures at the service desk.

    Welcome to the Student Recreation Center

  • Participants working out in the weight room with masks on at the SRC
  • SRC employee in the weight room cleaning equipment

    We are a clean and safe environment for all participants

  • SRC employee working at the service desk checking a basketball out to a patron.
  • YOU At Western image of people walking from a birds eye view with the word YOU in big red letters on the sidewalk

    YOU at Western

    A personalized wellness tool connecting students to online and campus resources.

Be Positive. Be Healthy. Be Active.

How to determine if you have SRC access

Access to the SRC is included in tuition for all currently enrolled undergraduate students. If you are an undergraduate student, not enrolled for the fall semester, and it has been less than one year since your last enrollment, then you can activate your SRC membership for $90.

SRC access for graduate students is determined by enrollment fees paid for the semester/session. If you were not charged the enrollment fee (graduate students), then you can activate your SRC membership for $90. That process can be completed by coming to our main office Monday through Friday from  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For questions please call (269) 387-3115 or visit our SRC access page

Announcements

  • oranges, tomatoes, broccoli, lemon and peppers on a wood table

    The Healthy Way program is designed for faculty and staff who want to achieve their health and wellness goals through evidence-based nutrition and physical activity guidelines, mindful eating, and behavior change strategies. Sessions are facilitated by a Registered Dietitian and are designed to provide individual and peer support.

  • Colorful variety of fruits and vegetables, peppers, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, leafy greens etc.

    Inflammation is a common component of many chronic illnesses. Research suggests that one of the best ways to combat inflammation is to head to the farm-acy, not pharmacy. Join Registered Dietitian, Gretchen Kauth, for a virtual presentation as she discusses various dietary approaches that may help reduce and prevent inflammation.

  • People at a work related social event conversing with each other

    In this workshop, we will learn emotional intelligence skills to engage in civil conversations allowing us opportunities to build respectful, truth-seeking bridges toward greater understanding with family, co-workers, neighbors, etc. Don’t miss this chance to make your corner of the world a more welcoming and peaceful place for conversation.

  • YOU spelled out on the ground with people walking by

    YOU at Western is a personalized web portal connecting students to online tools and campus resources to help support their goals to Succeed, Thrive and Matter at WMU. The innovative digital tool promotes self-reflection, allowing students to be more proactive with their health and well-being in order to make the most of their college experience.

Upcoming events

Healthy Way

Date: Oct. 5
Time: 12:05pm
Location: Sessions are virtual

The Healthy Way is a virtual program designed for faculty and staff who want to achieve their health and wellness goals through evidence-based nutrition and physical activity guidelines, mindful eating, and behavior change strategies. Sessions are facilitated by a registered dietitian and are designed to provide individual and peer support. 

Fight Inflammation with a Healthy Diet

Date: Oct. 11
Time: 12:05pm

Inflammation is a common component of many chronic illnesses. Research suggests that one of the best ways to combat inflammation is to head to the farm-acy, not pharmacy.

How to Have a Civil Conversation

Date: Oct. 12
Time: noon
Location: 3017 Student Recreation Center

As emotional tensions rise in response to political divisions and the growing awareness of social inequities, the art of having Civil Conversations has never been more necessary.

Healthy Way

Date: Oct. 12
Time: 12:05pm
Location: Sessions are virtual

The Healthy Way is a virtual program designed for faculty and staff who want to achieve their health and wellness goals through evidence-based nutrition and physical activity guidelines, mindful eating, and behavior change strategies. Sessions are facilitated by a registered dietitian and are designed to provide individual and peer support. 

Healthy Way

Date: Oct. 26
Time: 12:05pm
Location: Sessions are virtual

The Healthy Way is a virtual program designed for faculty and staff who want to achieve their health and wellness goals through evidence-based nutrition and physical activity guidelines, mindful eating, and behavior change strategies. Sessions are facilitated by a registered dietitian and are designed to provide individual and peer support. 

Healthy Way

Date: Nov. 2
Time: 12:05pm
Location: Sessions are virtual

The Healthy Way is a virtual program designed for faculty and staff who want to achieve their health and wellness goals through evidence-based nutrition and physical activity guidelines, mindful eating, and behavior change strategies. Sessions are facilitated by a registered dietitian and are designed to provide individual and peer support.