Frequently Asked Questions
- Find a membership that is right for you.
- Enroll either online or in person at the Fitness Center.
- Get a student ID card. This functions as your membership card, and you should bring it with you every time you use the Fitness Center. You can get a card at the Computer Commons in the E Building.
- Schedule an orientation at the Front Desk so that you can complete health history paperwork and meet with an instructor to go over policies and any fitness programming questions you may have.
Yes, we have both general use locker rooms and PVCC employee-specific locker rooms. Both have full access to toilets and showers. Please plan to bring your own towel.
We also offer lockers for our members. We do ask that you use our locks, provided by the Front Desk. See pricing below:
Single Use Free Semester $15 - Cash Only Yearly $40 - Cash Only
The PVCC Fitness Center offers a FREE WEEK PASS for all non-members once per semester.
If you’d like to continue using the Fitness Center beyond your Free Week Pass and do not want to commit to a membership, you may purchase a $5 Day Pass at the Front Desk. Cash only.
The PVCC Fitness Center offers a FREE WEEK PASS for all non-members once per semester. Your friend is welcome to use this pass.
We also offer a community annual fitness center membership. Yearly Fee: $295.
The PVCC Fitness Center offers “Triple Fit” Personal Training - 3 FREE sessions for all members. Make an appointment at the Fitness Center front desk to schedule your first session!
All members also have access to our FREE Fitness Blitz small group training classes, in which you are taught workouts in small group settings. Ask the Front Desk for a schedule of classes!
Refunds are only given to yearly memberships if your medical doctor states in writing that you can no longer exercise. Documentation must be provided within one month of onset of illness. Contact a Fitness Center Administrative Specialist to initiate the withdrawal.
No refunds are given on semester enrollments except as stated in the PVCC schedule of classes “Policies and Procedures.”