Alfred State Fitness Centers

Alfred State has two options for students, faculty & staff, and community members to meet their fitness needs.

Student Membership Information Community Membership Information Policies and Procedures Fitness Center Director

 

Fitness Center located in the Pioneer Center

Strength Room located in the Orvis Activities Center

Student Membership Information

  • Full-time Students that are currently registered, without any holds on account (Does not include online students) have a membership to both facilities. To access membership students must come to the Center with proper identification and complete registration forms including a waiver-release-hold-harmless agreement and a physical activity readiness questionnaire (Par-Q). A physician’s clearance form may be necessary as determined by Par-Q. Students must have a college physical on file with the Health Center.

Community Membership Information

Memberships are available for purchase with varying plans available for:

  • Alfred State staff and dependents
  • Community members

To access membership a prospective member must come to the Center with proper identification and complete registration forms including a waiver-release-hold-harmless agreement and a physical activity readiness questionnaire (Par-Q). A physician’s clearance form may be necessary as determined by Par-Q. 

Membership Fee Structure: 

  3 months 6 months full year
Alfred State Faculty & Staff $45 $65 $110
Community $70 $100 $170

Liabilities & Injuries

Participants should be aware that there is a risk of personal injury due to the inherent nature of this activity. Each participant assumes the risk for any harm or injury. We encourage each individual to have a physical examination prior to participation. All accidents or injuries should be reported immediately to a member of the Fitness Center Staff.

Fitness Center Director - Gene Doorley

E-mail: doorleec@alfredstate.edu
Phone: (607) 587-4355

Gene Doorley is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He earned an associate degree from Alfred State College, a bachelor's degree in fitness and health from SUNY Cortland, and a master’s degree in Sport Management from Cortland. He also holds a physical education teaching certification from St. Bonaventure and is the head volleyball coach at Alfred State. Stop in to see Gene or call for an appointment.