Sports and Recreation - Fox Cities Campus
Competitive Sports programs on the Fox Cities campus offer you the opportunity to play immediately and develop athletically and academically.
UW Oshkosh Fox Cities is a founding member of the Wisconsin Competitive Sports League (WCSL). Read more about the WCSL here.
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Campus Fitness Center
Fox Cities Campus, Room 1866
Hours & Guidelines During COVID
Monday – Friday: Closed until further notice
Saturday & Sunday: Closed until further notice
- Face coverings required
- Max capacity: 6
- Must maintain 6 feet of distance from others
- Each piece of equipment must be disinfected prior to and after each use
- Hand sanitizer is available and should be used
- Locker rooms are not available
- Must bring own water bottle
The Fitness Center is open to all currently enrolled Fox Cities campus students, faculty and staff. It is used as a classroom for some physical education classes, continuing education and also available for ‘walk in’ use. A variety of exercise equipment and free weights are available.
The Fox Cities campus strives to provide an inclusive environment for all of our students. We prohibit discrimination as outlined in our policies, including age, race, sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation. If you have any questions about your ability to participate in sports & recreation at the Fox Cities campus, please contact Neil Hall.
This institution allows transgender students to participate in accordance with the NCAA guidelines on the inclusion of transgender athletes.