Recreation & Fitness

Recreational Services provides opportunities for our students, staff and faculty to engage in a wide variety of healthy activities or informal recreation. We strive to provide an outlet to the daily rigors of collegiate life and allow the campus community to reenergize themselves. Our programs are designed to complement the academic experience through development of the whole person: social interaction, team building, leadership, respect, physical and mental wellbeing.

Fitness Center

At the 六合彩开奖直播 Fitness Center, we have something for everybody. We encourage the campus community to engage in fitness in a non-competitive environment and create a lifetime of physical well being through exercise.

The 9,000 sq. ft. fitness center is designed to accommodate a wide range of individual fitness needs and interests. Equipment consists of Life Fitness and Hammer Strength. 

  • Treadmills
  • Cross trainers
  • Upright bikes
  • Recumbent bikes
  • Steppers

The Personal Training program is to assist our members as individuals. The Fitness center utilizes VOLT for personal training.

NOTE: No personal training of any kind is allowed by outside sources.    

Volt training is built on a foundation of over 50 years of sports science research. We use that foundation to help each and everybody train safely and effectively. You鈥檒l see inside our app that your custom training is carefully curated for step-by-step progressions that equate to serious progress. There are no random movements in every training, ensuring you鈥檙e meeting your health, fitness and performance goals.

The app will keep your gym sessions interesting and enlightening, thanks to 1000s of HD videos and instructions on every movement, so you鈥檙e learning along the way. Plus, if you don鈥檛 have the right equipment, you can easily switch movements and get your sweat on.

Just some of the Programs offered

Lean and Toned: Designed to help you build lean, athletic muscles with well-rounded strength workouts that never feel stale. Emphasis on building lean muscle tissue and introducing more variety into your routine.

Strength and Size: Designed to help you get bigger and stronger with intensive muscle-building workouts. Emphasis on developing muscle mass and improving max strength.

Weight Loss: Designed to help you lose weight and feel more energetic with a balanced strength and cardio plan. Emphasis on building lean muscle while boosting your metabolism.

Contact Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi, Assistant Athletic Director to learn more and get set up on Volt.

Private personal training can be made available. Only personal trainers who are certified by a recognized accredited association perform personal training. A 六合彩开奖直播 (六合彩开奖直播) campus recreation staff member and/or those who have permission from Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi  Assistant Athletic Director.

NOTE: To participate in Personal Training Program: YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF THE FACILITY    

There are three courts in total: one designated squash court and two courts that can be converted from racquetball to squash courts.
These courts are used for recreational purposes, but they can also be used for intramurals leagues.

Reservations for the courts can be made up to 24 hours in advance in person at the front desk or by calling ext. 5222.

Please Note: An ID is required for court access
No black soles are allowed.
Eye wear is recommended while playing

Spinning: This high intensity cycling class is sure to bring your workout and body to a new level of fitness. Like nothing, you have done before the challenges in this workout vary from seated to standing, climbing to sprinting all choreographed to give you the ride of your life. Beware, this workout can be addicting!

Yoga: Based on the principles of the study of 鈥淵OGAFIT 鈥 we have brought to you a noncompetitive, athletic style yoga using poses generated by HATHA yoga while still allowing you to gain flexibility and muscle tone. You will find yourself aligning, lengthening and strengthening your body and mind to help you gain focus in your studies or in life.

Tone & Sculpt: Want to see more results and definition in your muscles? This class is sure to chisel your muscles, free you from that wiggle and jiggle. With the use of resistance bands, dumbbells, and some power sculpting moves, you are sure to leave feeling the burn!

Butts & Gutts: So you want to work on your butt and abs. Then you can鈥檛 miss this class. Packed with exercises to sculpt and tone those troublesome areas we all wish looked better. Incase you can鈥檛 find a spot on the floor cause this is so popular, we have added a second one to the schedule. Don鈥檛 miss one of the hottest, most popular classes in the rec. center!

Pilates: An exercise system that is focused on building strength without bulk, improving flexibility and agility, and helping to prevent injury. It was developed in the 1920s by Joseph H. Pilates, who was a physical trainer and founder of The New York Pilates Studio庐. It involves a series of controlled movements that engage both your body and mind. The primary focus is on awareness of the spine, proper breathing, core strength and flexibility. The outcome of Pilates training is a balanced body which is strong and supple, flat stomach, balanced legs, and a strong back.

ZUMBA: a fusion of hypnotic musical rhythms and tantalizing moves to create a dynamic workout system designed to be fun and EASY TO DO.
Zumba routines feature interval-training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Zumba has become nothing short of a revolution.


The Aquatic Center features an 8-lane, 25-yard swimming pool, a co-ed sauna, a 70-square-foot-hot tub, and a spectator gallery with seating for approximately 200.

All swimmers MUST check in with the lifeguards at the first aid desk prior to entry into the pool. Pool Hours are subject to change based on Lifeguard coverage and summer camps schedules. 

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Kingfish Swimming Rhode Island! This collaboration brings exceptional swimming opportunities for all ages to our community.

Programs Offered

  • Youth Swim Club: Year-round training and competition for young swimmers.
  • Adult Masters Swimming: Training group for adult swimmers looking to improve their skills and fitness.
  • Youth Swim Lessons: Structured swimming lessons focused on skill development and water safety for children and teenagers.

For more information, please visit the links:

If you have any questions about swim lessons, please contact our Aquatics Coordinator, Matt Emmert, at 401-254-3421.


Open to members in the surrounding communities around the university.  The times outside community can use the pool are as follows:

Monday - Friday   11 am - 1pm
Wednesday & Friday  7am - 8:30am

Cost:   $650/year or $300 Semester (Sept - Dec, Jan - Apr, May - Jul)

Contact Aquatics

Matt Emmert
Aquatics Coordinator

Fitness & Recreation Information and Resources

Membership Applications

Q: What are the times that Full-time Faculty and Staff can use the fitness center for free
A: 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Q: I am a full time faculty member, how do I join and take advantage of the free membership?
A: Just obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom and return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi.

Q: What does my membership include?
A: Your membership entitles you to the use of our two-floor, 8,600 square foot fitness center which includes cardio and free weight training equipment; unlimited participation in any of our many group exercise classes; squash and racquetball court usage; and the use of our 25 yard, eight lane pool, sauna, whirlpool and day use locker rooms.

Q: I currently have a membership through payroll deduction. How do I sign up for a FREE membership?
A: To become a FREE member just obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom and return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi.

Q: I currently have a SINGLE membership through payroll deduction. How do I continue my SINGLE unlimited membership?
A: To continue your payroll deduction for a unlimited single membership just obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom and return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi.

Q: I currently have a FAMILY membership through payroll deduction. How do I continue my FAMILY membership?
A: To continue your FAMILY membership, obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi.

Q: I currently have a SINGLE membership paid for by check/cash/credit card. How do I continue my SINGLE unlimited membership?
A: Obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom and return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi. Depending on the amount of your initial payment, you may be eligible for a prorated refund, or may be asked for an additional payment.

Q: I currently have a FAMILY membership paid for by check/cash/credit card. How do I continue my FAMILY unlimited membership?
A: Obtain a membership application from the fitness center front desk or online, complete the application, sign the bottom and return it to Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi. Depending on the amount of your initial payment, you may be eligible for a prorated refund, or may be asked for an additional payment.

  • Prior to participation, all members are encouraged but not required to attend an orientation to go over the common risks involved in strength training, the proper execution of various exercises, and the possible consequences if proper technique is not employed. Appointments can be scheduled at the Campus Recreation Center front desk.
  • Only 六合彩开奖直播 members may use the facilities.
  • Use of all facilities is at your own risk. The university and its employees are not responsible for personal injuries.
  • Members of the fitness center are expected to comply with fitness center policies and safety instructions given by staff.
  • Appropriate athletic attire, including footwear at all times, must be worn in all activity areas NO jeans. NO Khakis or open toed shoes.
  • Proper 六合彩开奖直播 identification must be presented upon entering recreational sports facilities.
  • The Recreation Center and/or its staff is not responsible for users鈥 personal belongings, lost or stolen items.
  • No equipment, mats, weights etc. is allowed to leave the fitness center
  • Members should be considerate to other patrons/staff, and respect individual rights.
  • Do not abuse other patrons, staff, facilities, or equipment.
  • Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult member in all areas of recreation center.
  • Children under the age of 16 years are prohibited from using fitness area of campus recreation center.
  • Clothing, bags, balls, and other personal equipment must be stored, please store items in carrels located in fitness center or in lockers.
  • All patrons must leave the recreation areas immediately when the fire alarm sounds. Failure to comply may result in a prohibition of future use of facilities.
  • No abusive language or profanity.
  • No fighting or spitting permitted in fitness center.
  • DO NOT slam, throw, or drop weights and/or dumbbells.
  • DO NOT lean or stand weights against the walls, pillars, benches, equipment, or mirrors.
  • After use, Patrons should be wiping down equipment thoroughly. There are disinfectant cleaners and rags to wipe equipment before and after use to prevent spreading of germs/bacteria.
  • Re-rack dumbbells and weights in the proper order after use.
  • We recommend the following after you work out:
    • You should shower after a workout.
    • You can wash your hands with soap and water or use our  non-alcohol based hand rub before and after your workout.
    • You should always cover skin abrasions or infections with a clean, dry bandage to avoid exposing your open wound to germs and bacteria.
    • You should also wipe equipment before and after use.
  • The use of collars is recommended on the end of the bar for all exercises.
  • No one should squat outside the squat rack.
  • Lifters should use spotters for all exercises that involve moving the bar overhead, over the chest and/or when racked on the back or shoulders.
  • Members must not wear weight belts when using selectorized equipment or if the belts could contact equipment upholstery.
  • Weight-lifting hand chalk or powder is not permitted.
  • Benches should not be moved from where they are placed.
  • To avoid congestion and waiting lines, patrons should allow others to 鈥渨ork in鈥 while using weight equipment. Please use courtesy and consideration for others when using weight equipment.
  • During the peak time, cardiovascular equipment is limited to 30 minutes.
  • Outside Personal Training is not allowed. Any personal Training will be performed Fitness Coordinator and/or by approved staff by Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi  Assistant Athletic Director.    
  • Patrons under the influence of alcohol/drugs will be asked to leave the premises and may have their membership suspended.
  • Personal equipment must be in good, usable condition.
  • Report damaged equipment, injuries, or unsafe conditions immediately to staff.
  • Food and beverages in glass bottles are not permitted in the Campus Recreation Center. Plastic closeable beverage containers are permitted. Food and gum are not permitted in any activity space.
  • Tobacco products are not allowed in the Campus Recreation Center.
  • Blocking or restriction of emergency exits is prohibited.
  • Unauthorized propping open of any door is prohibited.
  • Emergency telephones, intercoms, and exits are for emergency use only.
  • Customer service and kiosk phones are for office use only.
  • The staff offices and telephones are off limits to patrons unless permission to use them is given.
  • Pets, bicycles, in-line skates, and skateboards are not allowed inside the Campus Recreation Center.
  • Patrons must comply with decisions made by recreational sports staff.
  • Unauthorized use of video recording devices and photography is prohibited in all recreational sports facilities.

Reservations are made on IMleagues.

We are still using IMleagues to check into the fitness center. There are no specific time slots or number limits at this time, but you will still need to check in via IMleagues.

Once you register an account on IMLeagues you can register to enter the fitness center to workout.

You check in at the fitness center by using your QR code when you arrive.  If you wish, you can pre-register your workout prior to coming to the fitness center using your account at IMleagues

When you arrive at the fitness center, you will need to have your QR code on your IMleagues APP and then you will be checked into the fitness center

By checking into the fitness center, you agree to abide by all policies and procedures set by the fitness center. Failure to follow the policies of the fitness center will result in the loss of fitness center privileges.

If you do not check via IMleagues, you will not be granted access and may lose fitness center privileges

  1. Go to IMLeagues and click Sign Up
  2. Enter your information, and use your School email ( ( and click submit.
  3. You will be sent an activation email, click the link in the email to log in and activate your IMLeagues account.
  4. You should be automatically joined to your school 鈥 If not you can search schools by clicking the 鈥淪chools鈥 link

**Note** Please download the IMLeagues FREE mobile app called 鈥淚MLeagues鈥 available in both app stores. You will use it to check-in at fitness center via a QR code

If you need further assistance please see the . 

  1. Click the 鈥渕e鈥 tab at bottom of the IMLeagues app
  2. Click 鈥淰irtual ID Card鈥
  3. Staff will scan QR Code
  1. Log in to your IMLeagues account.
  2. Click onto the Reservation page in the top banner section (located right below the name of the school)
  3. The current reservations will be displayed on the calendar, use the filters to find the reservation you wish to join.
  4. Click onto the individual session you want to sign up for, and then click the green 鈥渟ign up鈥 button

If you need further assistance, please see the . 

Spring Semester Fitness Center Hours 

Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Friday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Saturday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Recreational Services consist of:

Center Closings 

Contact the Recreation Center during inclement weather. If you hear our message stating the regular hours of operations we are open. Any morning closures/delays will be announced by 5:30am.

Recreation Center front desk phone number (401)-254-5222

The Recreation Center will close or offer restricted hours during University Holidays, breaks and specified events.

All hours subject to change.


Dr. Mark J. Andreozzi
Assistant Athletic Director