Welcome to the Walla Walla Community College (WWCC) Student Recreation Center (SRC). This building was made possible by the Student Government Association (SGA) of Walla Walla Community College to provide a greater variety of recreational activities for the students of WWCC.

Hours of Operation

Summer Hours

Summer hours are from June 12th to September 21st, with the following schedule:

  • Monday-Thursday: 7:30-9:30am, 11:30am-1pm, and 4:00-7:30pm.

Regular Hours:

  • Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-7:30pm
  • Friday: 7:30am-4:30pm
  • Saturday: 10am-1pm

Summer Employment at the SRC: Join our Team!

  • Duration: Approximately 17 weeks
  • Shifts: Around 24 shifts per week
  • Morning Shift: 2 hours
  • Lunch Hour: 90 minutes
  • Evening Shift: 3.5 hours
  • Two students per shift

Flexible Scheduling:

  • Choose shift combinations, specific days, or work the entire week


  • Completed 2023-2024 FAFSA
  • Enrolled in Fall 2023 classes

Accessing the Recreation Center

As a current WWCC student, you have access to the SRC at no additional cost.

WWCC students, employees, and alumni from specific years* have access to the SRC during operating hours. Currently, access is not provided to the non-student extended community.

All users of the SRC will be required to sign a Facility Waiver & Release of Liability Form. They will also be required to show WWCC student ID or provide student ID number at the front desk.

WWCC Alumni

*WWCC Alumni (enrolled between Fall 2016 and Summer 2021)

  • Alumni that were enrolled at WWCC fall 2016 -summer 2021 will have access to the Student Recreation Center for two years. The ending date for their access is June 15, 2023.
  • Anyone enrolled through Winter 2023 can use the Recreation Center through June 15, 2023

STAFF AND FACULTY: The SRC is available for monthly use by staff and faculty, with a fee set to take effect during the fall Grand Opening. Until then, usage for staff and faculty is complimentary.

ACCESS:  All users of the WWCC Student Rec Center will be required to present their CC ID, including students, staff, and faculty. This policy will take effect during the fall Grand Opening. Until then, all patrons are requested to sign in upon entering the rec center.

What we offer:

  • Extensive free-weight area stocked with dumbbells, half-rack/squat racks, bench press and much more
  • Selectorized strength training machines, both plate-loaded and weight stack
  • Cardio equipment including ellipticals, treadmills, stair steppers, Upper Body Ergometer, rowing machines and various styles of stationary bikes
  • Core training and stretching areas
  • Changing rooms
  • Cubbies to place items in while you work out
  • Indoor basketball court available for free play
  • Water bottle filling stations
  • ADA compliance and accessibility

Student Recreation Center Information and Policies:

Equipment Wipe Down

  • Please use the cleaning supplies provided after using the equipment.

Personal Workout Towel

  • Users are required to bring a personal workout towel at this time. Towels will not be available.

Users not complying with these requirements will be asked to leave the Student Recreation Center.

For any questions or concerns regarding the Student Recreation Center, please contact:

Michele Hanford

Student Rec Center & Wellness Coordinator

Office Phone: 509.394.6423

Cell Phone: 509.520.0327

[email protected]

Walla Walla Community College students are proud to announce construction has begun on the Walla Walla campus Student Recreation Center, with an anticipated opening during the summer of 2020. The 18,800 square foot building will provide recreational, meeting and gathering area for Walla Walla Community College students.

Some features include an indoor basketball court, state-of-the-art exercise equipment, and a dance/fitness studio.

The fee for student legacy projects was approved in the mid-2000s; the decision to use the funds and proceed with a student rec center was approved Winter 2016.

Funding for this project is provided by WWCC students, after voting in favor of assessing an additional $5.00 per credit hours fee, per quarter, to fund the $8.25 Million Dollar project over a 20 year period.