We provide exercise centered experiences —ranging from instructional to competitive— that foster physical, social, and emotional wellness within a safe environment. The Center’s numerous employment opportunities allow students to support their peers while developing transferable skills.

Our Statement on Racial Injustice

The Recreation Services department supports the Black Lives Matter movement and all it represents. We see a collective and urgent need to dismantle systemic racism by examining ourselves and working toward an equitable future.

For those who live with racial disparity every day, who repeatedly ask for change, who are tired of educating the rest of us – we are grateful for your resolve.  We recognize that creating change requires a completely shared effort — especially against brutality and violence.

To our white patrons, participants and employees, we ask that you join our commitment to re-learn, re-think, show up, stand up, and speak up so that our friends and colleagues never have to make the statement, “We are tired of dying” again. It is our hope that BIPOC feel us united with them in the fight against injustice and racism.

Our Land Acknowledgement Statement

Lafayette was founded in 1826 on the land of the Lenni-Lenape, the original inhabitants of what is now Delaware, New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania and southern New York. Lenape communities have lived in harmony with the land for thousands of years, known for their peace-making and diplomatic skills. We are grateful that the Lenape remain our neighbors and active members of the Easton community. Colonial violence has displaced countless Lenape communities, and we recognize that settler colonialism continues to oppress indigenous groups across the Americas. The citizens of these nations are citizens of the United States and their languages, cultures, and history are a part of our shared story. Land acknowledgments help us remember these nations and the ancestors who took great care in nurturing the land that we all call home. We are grateful for their strength and resilience in protecting the land and aspire to learn from them. When we pause to recognize native lands and tribes, it creates a more complete story of a troubling history. However, recognizing structures of injustice is not enough to dismantle them; this passage is only a start in our collective pursuit of a more equitable and just society.

As a department, we are committed to raising awareness about the historical and cultural contributions of indigenous groups. A Land acknowledgment is a simple step, as is sharing that the Lenape Cultural Center is located in downtown Easton, and taking a moment to explain the meaning of Lenape symbols (e.g., Mising) or sharing the language (e.g., Wanishi, Hè).

Hours of Operation

In support of guidelines around preventing the spread of COVID-19, recreational facility use is limited to students and employees only. Access is through online registration per area for a specific 55″ timeslot. Sorry, no walk-ins. Separate “Employee Only” timeslots are also available.

 As guidelines change and patterns of use emerge, adjustments will be considered to timeslots and/or access restrictions. This includes changes that coincide with the College’s COVID Operational Levels.

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PHASE 1 OPEN: Effective Monday, February 8th

Timeslots for Fitness Center Plus
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
55″ timeslot every hour from 7am to 9pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday
55″ timeslot every hour from 10am to 11pm
Employee ONLY at Noon timeslot
Saturday 
55″ timeslot every hour from Noon to 9pm

Timeslots for Kamine Court #3 & Jogging Track
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
55″ timeslot every hour from 11am to 8pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday
55″ timeslot every hour from 3pm to 8pm
Employee ONLY at Noon timeslot
Saturday
55″ timeslot every hour from 1pm to 4pm

Timeslots for Kamine Court #1 – Basketball Court #2
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
45″ timeslot at 3:30, 4:20 and 5:10pm
Tuesday, Thursday
45″ timeslot at 3:30, 4:20 and 5:10pm
Sunday
55″ timeslot at 12pm and 1pm

Timeslots for Kamine Court  #2 – Badminton
Tuesday, Thursday
45″ timeslot at 3:30, 4:20 and 5:10pm
Sunday
55″ timeslot at 12pm and 1pm

Swimming Pool:  CLOSED until Phase 2 Open