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Our Fitness Center offers a full gym, group classes, a rock climbing wall and fun events throughout the year to fit your wellness needs.

Fitness Center Info


Academic Year Operation Hours

  • Monday-Thursday: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Friday: 6 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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Fitness Center Front Desk

Phone: 303.458.3563
Fax: 303.458.3566

Fitness Center Room and Equipment Reservations

Interested in reserving space or equipment at the Fitness Center? Please fill out the Reservation Request Form and email it to


Coors Life Direction Center Rm 118
3333 Regis Boulevard
Mail Stop F-6
Denver, Colorado 80221

Always Accepting Applications For:

*  Front Desk Attendant
*  Personal Trainer
*  Group Fitness Instructor

All positions are funded via the work-study program, to be eligible for hire you must have, or applied for, a work-study award through the Financial Aid Office for the 2018-2019 academic year. If you have questions about your work-study award please call 303.458.4239.  


All Regis University students, faculty and staff can use the fitness center for free. Individuals from the community-at-large, as well as family members are eligible for fitness center memberships at the following costs:

Daily Use Membership: $5
Week Membership: $15
Monthly Membership: $35
Annual Membership: $250

Alumni Benefits (within 5 years of graduation):

Daily Use Membership: $5
Week Membership: $10
Monthly Membership: $20
Annual Membership: $125


Fitness Center Policies and Procedures

Under 18 Liability Waiver

Fitness Center Admittance

  • Verification of eligibility to use Wellness and Recreation facilities and/or participate in Wellness and Recreation programs is required.  
  • The Fitness Center reserves the right to refuse admittance to any individual if he/she poses a potential threat to physical property, patrons, or staff.
  • Members must present a valid Regis or state issued ID upon entering the facility.

One & Done rule

  • A member may forget his or her ID one time per semester and still be admitted to the facility.  If a patron attempts to enter the Fitness Center a second time without their ID in the same semester he or she will be asked to return with their ID or pay the $5.00 guest fee.    
  • Patrons utilizing their “one & done” must sign the Forgotten ID log upon entering the facility.

False ID

  • Attempts to use another individual's ID to gain access to the Campus Recreation center & the loaning of an individual’s ID for this purpose is a violation of Regis University’s Student Code of Conduct.  Consequences of this action may result in the confiscation of ID(s), suspension of Fitness Center access, and referral to the University Student Conduct office.      

Dedication to a Safe Environment

  • The goal of Wellness and Recreation (W&R) staff is to ensure all patrons have a safe environment in which to recreate.  Risk management is a part of our program which has to be implemented on a daily basis to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff.
  • In keeping with the mission statement and related goals for creating a welcoming, safe, and fun environment, patrons will not be allowed to express verbal or written profanity while in the Fitness Center or participating in Wellness and Recreation programs. 
  • The following policies and procedures are designed for the protection of our members, employees and facilities. Please observe all posted signs and directions given by W&R staff. The staff will gladly explain the rationale behind Fitness Center policies and procedures. Violations may result in removal from the facility and/or loss of W&R privileges.
  • Wellness and Recreation reserves the right to refuse access or service to any individual who refuses to follow the policies and procedures detailed in this document and/or is deemed a detriment to patrons/staff or physical property within the Fitness Center.  
  • Fitness Center patrons are reminded that the Regis Student Code of Conduct is applicable in all Wellness and Recreation facilities and programs.  Failure to comply will result in referral to the Student Conduct Office.   

Health and Safety Disclaimer

  • The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) guidelines for healthy aerobic activity recommends that individuals should perform cardiovascular exercise 3-5 days per week maintaining appropriate exercise intensity for 30-45 minutes also including gradual warm up and cool down periods lasting approximately 5-10 minutes each. Additionally, ACSM recommends that individuals engage in strength training 2-3 days per week.
  • Wellness and Recreation reserves the right address over exercising issues with a patron(s) if there is probable cause for concern.    

Patron Attire

Fitness Center Dress Code – In keeping with the mission statement and related goals for creating a welcoming, safe, and fun environment, and to address sanitary concerns, Wellness and Recreation adheres to the following dress code stipulations.

  • Top – t-shirt or full tank top
    • Tops that cover the torso are required in all areas of the Fitness Center.  Tank tops are allowed if there is no excessive chest or back exposure. 
    • Prohibited tops – Bare midriff shirts, tank tops, or cut-off t-shirts with the sleeve opening extending further than the elbow. 
  • Bottom – athletic shorts or pants
    • Shorts must have a minimum 2 inch inseam.
    • Prohibited bottoms – non-athletic pants (jeans, khakis etc.), excessive zippers or buttons.
  • Shoes – Non-marking athletic shoes are required to be worn at all times.
    • Exception: Patrons may participate in specific Group Exercise classes barefoot (i.e. Yoga) as stipulated in the Group Exercise policies.
    • Prohibited shoes - opened toes shoes (sandals, flip flops, etc.)

Group Fitness


Personal Training

One-on-one Personal Training

One-on-one personal training is our most common form of training here at Regis University. In one-on-one training sessions you are paired with a trainer for up to 16 sessions meeting 1-4 times a week. Your time with your trainer begins with an assessment and ends with an assessment to see how you progressed over your chosen number of sessions. One-on-one sessions occur within the fitness center utilizing our variety of cardio and strength equipment. 

Partner Personal Training

Sign up for our partner personal training and reach your goals with your friend. Partner personal training is limited to 2 people who have the same fitness goals. In partner personal training you and your friend will work with a trainer as a team to meet your goals for up to 16 sessions meeting 1-4 times a week. Assessments are also done together during your first and last meetings with your trainer. Partner groups will work with a trainer in the fitness center using all different types of equipment to get an awesome one hour workout!

Group Personal Training

Sign up for our group personal training sessions with a group of 3-4 friends, or if you would like to meet a group of people with similar fitness goals, we can combine you into a group as well. With our group personal training sessions each individual will receive an assessment on their own before the group sessions begin and an individual post assessment after the chosen number of sessions have been rendered. Your group will meet with a trainer 1-4 times a week for an hour at a time, on a time agreed upon by everyone, in LDC 125 for all sessions. Group routines are made based on fitness goals that are common for the group. Sessions are done with a personal trainer and geared towards your personal needs, therefore, not to be confused with our group fitness classes which are classes taught based on a type of format. Even though you are working in a small group, you will still receive one-on-one attention with one of our certified trainers. 

Free Fitness Assessments

Our student personal training staff is here to help you make sure your health is in check with free blood pressure and body compassion screenings. Please email to set up an appointment with one of our personal trainers.

Gym Orientation

Not 100% sure how to use the gym or what to do for a workout? Our personal trainers can take you through a gym orientation that will show you the basics of how to use the equipment in the gym and it also comes with a complementary workout program for you to use when you come to workout. Please email to set up an appointment with one of our personal trainers.


Coors Life Direction Center - Fitness Center
Room 118
Phone: 303.458.3563

Department Offices
Rooms 118-118H

Lauren Brown
Director of Student Well-Being

Sarah Wilkinson
Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness
Life Directions Center 118H

Jennifer Wink
Coordinator of Intramural and Club Sports
Life Direction Center 118A

Tyler Phillips
Outdoor Adventure Program Coordinator
Life Direction Center 118C