Aquatics & Safety

 Campus Recreation offers recreational swim, an adult learn-to-swim program, and safety training. Contact [[rhgough, Bob Gough]], Associate Director, Facilities & Aquatics with any questions.

 
Learn to swim info

 

 

Student Recreation Center Pool


See our hours

Adult Learn-to-Swim


Beginner and All-Skills classes are open for registration! 

How to Register

Register for Adult Learn-to-swim

You can register and pay online or at the Student Recreation Center front desk.

Once you are in the portal, go straight to the Program Registration tab. Only current programs are advertised within the portal, but you can look at all of the programs offered on the Campus Recreation website.

You do not have to be signed in to view the course offerings, however, we do encourage you to sign in so that you don't have to navigate back once you are ready to check-out.

If you have questions about the online registration process, please call or visit the Student Recreation Center front desk during building hours at 
(757) 221-3310, opt. 3.

Lifeguard Tryouts

 

Campus Recreation is always seeking qualified lifeguards. Lifeguard tryouts consist of:

Current Certification

Certification Cards, schedule, and a swim test. Tryouts consist of a 500-yard swim active and passive victim rescue, spinal injury management, and 10-minute tread.

Please complete the application on our student employment page and contact [[rgough, Bob Gough]] Associate Director, Facilities & Aquatics with inquiries.

CPR/FA Class Information

 

Campus Recreation offers American Red Cross CPR/AED/FA/BBP courses for the W&M Community. Follow the instructions below on how to register for more information.

You can sign up for a class through the American Red Cross at any time!

How to Register

Register for CPR Training 

You can register and pay online or at the Student Recreation Center front desk.

Once you are in the portal, go straight to the Program Registration tab. Only current programs are advertised within the portal, but you can look at all of the programs offered on the Campus Recreation website.

You do not have to be signed in to view the course offerings, however, we do encourage you to sign in so that you don't have to navigate back once you are ready to check-out.

If you have questions about the online registration process, please call or visit the Student Recreation Center front desk during building hours at 
(757) 221-3310, opt. 3.