SD Mines Wellness and Recreation Center
Academic Year 2016/2017 Hours*
Monday-Friday: 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
*The Wellness Center will close if SD Mines Campus closes due to inclement weather.
Reduced hours of operation (including closure) are in effect during semester breaks, university holidays, and other scheduled breaks. Please refer to this website and/or signage posted within the facility for hours of operation.
The Stephen D. Newlin Family Wellness & Recreation Center is exclusive to all students, faculty, and staff of SD Mines.
It is required before any usage of the facility that all guests must sign a Waiver of Liability located at the front desk of the Wellness Center. Guests are asked to check-in at the front desk of the Wellness Center upon beginning your workout.
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About the Stephen D. Newlin Family Student Wellness & Recreation Center
The brand-new SD Mines Wellness & Recreation Center offers students 34,000 square feet of new or remodeled space to enjoy, including a large fitness and workout area, bouldering wall, two-court gym, locker rooms, squash and racquetball courts, and many other new amenities.
Spearheaded by a grassroots student initiative, the Stephen D. Newlin Family Student Wellness & Recreation Center was made possible by $6.7 million raised through a student-led activity fee increase and a generous $2 million gift from alumnus Stephen D. Newlin, for whom the facility is named.
The new two-court Harvey Fraser Gym is named for former Mines President Harvey Fraser. Generous gifts from Mines alumni Bill Brodsky, Larry Pearson, and Doug Beck and their spouses, Judy Brodsky, Linda Pearson, and Leah Beck, combined with more than 400 contributors, completed the $1 million gymnasium naming project.
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- Flag Football
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Coed Wiffle Ball
- 3-on-3 Basketball
- Co-ed Kickball
- 5-on-5 Basketball
- Indoor Soccer
SD Mines alumni Bill Brodsky and Larry Pearson will match contributions up to $250,000 for two scholarship funds, the Fraser Academic Scholarship fund and the Fraser Athletic Scholarship fund, to honor former Mines President Harvey Fraser.