Hours of operation
Downtown Campus - Weight Room (GB 1115) hours
Monday: 12pm - 7:30pm
Tuesday: 3:30 - 7:30pm
Wednesday: 12pm - 7:30pm
Thursday: 3:30 - 7:30pm
Friday: 12pm - 7:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
*NOTE: The Weight Room is closed during PFWT courses.
Downtown Campus - Fitness Center (GB 2115) Hours
Monday-Thursday: 6am - 8pm
Friday: 6am - 12pm
Saturday: 9am - 2pm
West Campus - Fitness Center (M 126) Hours
Monday-Friday: 6am - 8pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Hours are subject to change. There is no fee to use the Fitness Centers or Weight Room, Star Cards are required for entry. Please observe the following safety requirements to keep yourself and your peers healthy:
- Use hand sanitizer when entering the facility.
- Clean equipment BEFORE and AFTER use.
- Avoid sharing equipment.
- Give each other space while exercising and using equipment.
- Consider getting vaccinated, per CDC, MDHHS and MIOSHA recommendations, if you are able and have not yet done so.
- Do not come to campus if you are ill, even if you have been vaccinated.
There will be no towel or lock service at this time. Please bring your own towel and lock to secure your personal items in the locker rooms. Locker rooms will continue to be day use only.
Research shows that the fitness of your body is related to the fitness of your brain. Physical exercise is like "Miracle Grow" for the brain. It activates the release of "BDNF" which is a neuron growth factor that improves cognition, stimulates us to keep us alert, lowers stress, improves memory and puts students in the optimal learning environment. Exercise feeds the brain glucose (energy) and oxygen, which helps to build better connections between the neurons that help the brain to read, write and compute. Scientists have discovered that exercise has the most effect on the Hippocampus, which is the portion of the brain that helps short term memory convert new information into long term memory... which is very important for learning!
- There is no longer a fee for Fitness Memberships
- The hours specified for all LCC facilities are subject to change upon decision of the program director.
- Main Campus Fitness Center: 517-483-1246
- West Campus Fitness Center: 517-483-9620
- Please direct all concerns to the Fitness and Wellness Program located in the Health and Human Services Main Office: 517-483-1410
- The Fitness and Wellness Program IS NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles. Lockers and locker rooms are for day use ONLY.
Main Campus - Gannon Building, Room 2115: 517-483-1246
West Campus - Room M126: 517-483-9620
LCC has two fitness centers, one on Main Campus and one on West Campus. Students can use both facilities by enrolling in total fitness classes (PFFT 100, 101, 102, 103, or PFFT 109). For students who want to use the facilities but not earn academic credit, student and alumni memberships are available. Faculty will help you design a customized fitness program to meet your needs.
Both centers offer a wide variety of cardiovascular and strength training machines including treadmills, ellipticals, both upright and recumbent bikes, Cybex, Free Motion and Magnum Fitness equipment as well as running/walking tracks and stretching areas.
Downtown Campus Fitness Center
West Campus Fitness Center
Main Campus - Gannon Building, Room 1115
LCC's weight room is complete with Icarian, Cybex, Paramount, Hammer Strength and Morden machines, cardio equipment and over 10,000 pounds of free weights. The weight room offersample selection for beginners to advanced students as well as expert instruction in the use of the equipment and the safest, best ways to achieve students' goals.
Weight Training Classes (PFWT)
We offer a variety of weight training classes allowing students to learn about safety, the proper use of equipment, muscle strengthening and endurance. Classes are available for beginners as well as advanced weight training students.
Weight room use is meant for experienced lifters. It is recommended that you take or have taken PFWT112, 123, or 124.
All individuals must be in good standing with Lansing Community College. This includes but is not limited to having no holds on your account.
You must be a current student, staff, or faculty. To qualify as an alumni you must have previously taken a minimum of one credit.
Alumni must be registered through the Alumni Association in order to acquire a STAR Card from Public Safety.