The Wellness Program provides information, educational opportunities, and a wide range of activities designed to promote personal health and fitness. The program operates year round and is open to students, employees, and their families. 

Fitness Classes

Fitness Classes are open to students and employees and are free of charge. Most classes run until the end of the semester. Feel free to attend when ever it is convenient for you. No Need to register, except for Spinning, and Fly Fishing 101. These classes do not count toward P.E credit.

February Heart Month

February is National Heart Month! Review the array of heart-health focused education, events, and training that will be available on campus throughout the month. 


HamTrek, Hamilton's annual triathlon and walk, offers Hamilton community members the opportunity to compete individually or as relay teams in swimming, on-road biking and cross-country running. As a sprint triathlon event, the distances are 525 yards of swimming (21 lengths in the pool), 9 miles of on-road biking (two times around the Griffin Road loop and 5k of cross-country running (the cross-country course).

Ham & Legs

Ham & Legs is a 5K fun run/walk on Hamilton's campus. If running or walking is not your thing, come cheer on your colleagues, or volunteer to be an event supporter. This fun-filled event inspires the Hamilton community to engage in physical activity while earning a T-shirt, gift card, or more!

Employee Resources

Through fitness classes, lectures, health screenings, and special events, the program seeks to engage community members in a variety of wellness activities.

Hamilton Wellness provides employee-specific lectures, health screenings, and other events in an effort to engage community members in a variety of Wellness activities to support a healthy life plan. 


Contact Name

Stephanie Kowell

Assistant Athletics Director for Fitness and Recreation

Office Location
Blood Fitness Center

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