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Fitness Center

Fitness Center

The University of Dallas Fitness Center is a 3,000 square-foot fitness facility that opened in the fall of 2003.  Adjacent to the Fitness Center is an outdoor pool, open seasonally. The Fitness Center is open seven days a week during the academic year. Visit the Fitness Center and Pool website for more information and hours of operation.  

All full-time undergraduate students, faculty and staff may utilize the Fitness Center by presenting their University ID. Part-time undergraduates, graduate students, alumni and immediate family of faculty and staff may purchase a membership to the Fitness Center through the Office of Student Affairs.

 

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