- How do I Sign up for the Eagles fitness program?
- Does the membership fee include 1-on-1 personal trainers?
- How much is the membership fee and will you pro-rate this program?
- Is the Gymnasium open for open gym activities, Such as basketball, volleyball etc.?
- What exactly is included in my membership?
- Does the Fitness center offer any structured classes?
- Where can I sign-up for the EAGLES Fitness PROGRAM?
How much is the membership fee? Will you pro-rate this program if I sign-up later in the summer?The membership fee is normally $90 for spring and fall semesters, $75 for summer, and $35 for winter. The price will be pro-rated through out the program. Please ask the staff for specifics as the prices change throughout the year. 818-364-7891
YES! We will be offering a couple days of Open Gym activities. The H.F.A.C will host a badminton night, Thursdays 6pm-8:50pm. Each open gym activity will have a fee of $4 per night. Free for fitness members who are currently enrolled.
The Eagles Fitness Program includes the usage of our Fitness Center, all access to non-credit fitness classes, access to our indoor track and locker rooms. Inside the fitness center we have staff on duty to help if you have any questions concerning the equipment. We can also help create a workout plan, which fits your needs. You are required to bring your own lock and remove all items from your locker at the end of each workout.
The hours when all of this is available to you is normally Monday- Friday 7:00am - 9:00pm and Saturdays from 7:00am - 12:30pm during Fall and Spring. During the Summer and Winter we are normally open Monday through Thursday from 7:00am - 9:00pm and Fridays from 7:00am - 7:00pm. We are closed for all State and National holidays.
Yes, these classes are non credit classes that are offered to the community, students and free to program members. Please visit our website for an updated class schedule.
We have a variety of classes offered through our Health and Physical Education Department. These classes are semester long and include a lecture/lab components. Click on the link to see schedule of classes.
The Health and Physical Education Department is going to start offering group exercise classes similar to the ones that Community Education used to offer.