Student Life

Gorham Fitness Center and Intramural Sports

Fitness Center Hours

Facilities:

The Costello Fitness Center located in the Costello Sports Complex on the USM Gorham Campus, is a state of the art facility designed to meet the needs of the University of Southern Maine students and staff, as well as the surrounding communities

  • Costello Fitness Center: The fitness center is filled with state of the art fitness equipment that will satisfy both the experienced and inexperienced user.  Treadmills, ellipticals, and other cardio equipment is complimented by selectorized, plate-loaded, and free weight strength training equipment.
  • Multi-Purpose Studio: One multi-purpose studio is located on the second floor of the complex.  The studio has a sound system, and wireless mic for instructors, and a variety of equipment including physioballs, bosuballs, kettlebells, and a full kickboxing gym.  Group classes range from Zumba, Bootcamp, Step, Physioball, Kettlebell, Yoga, and many more.  The room is also available for other pursuits such as Dance Club.
  • Multi-Purpose Track & Courts: The multi-lane track surrounds four multi-purpose courts available for basketball, volleyball, and badminton, etc.  These courts are also used for intramural floor hockey, and indoor soccer.

                  Weight Room

Class Descriptions

Class Schedules

Personal Training

                                                                      Yoga Class

Join the Healthy Husky Program

Points

Rules

Registration

Tracking Sheet

Field House

Check Out Equipment

Staff and Contacts: 

                              Work Study

Coordinator of Fitness & Recreation: Robin HooseE-mail Address: rhoose@usm.maine.eduPhone Number: (207) 780-5042


 

Assistant coordinator of fitness & Recreation: Mark YorkE-mail Address: myork@usm.maine.eduPhone Number: (207) 780-5042     

Intramural Sports


Intramural Sports offers annual programming for all students four days a week (Sunday-Wednesday).  The seasons are split into quarters and the sports change based on popularity and interest.  Students are encouraged to gather teams of friends, hall mates, or sign up as "free-agents" to form a team and make new friends.

While the events are competitive, good sportsmanship is required and the mission of our program is to give students a fun, exercise based break from the rigors of their busy class schedule.  Whether you are female or male, a beginner or advanced, we have a spot for you.

Intramural Offerings

For more information and to register a team, find us on Facebook or contact:

INTRAMURAL SPORTS INTERN: KAYLIE DEMILLO                                                         E-mail Address: kaylie.demillo@maine.edu