Robert A. Bristol Field House
Dedicated on October 14, 1989, in a ceremony featuring Richard Schultz, former executive director of the NCAA, the opening of the Robert A. Bristol '31 Field House ushered in a new era for athletes and non-athletes alike. At 83,000-square-feet Bristol Field House is a multi-purpose facility, consisting of an indoor track; a full-size artificial-turf playing field that converts to five tennis, four basketball courts; and adjoins the Elliott Varsity House and the Dr. Frank P. Smith '36 Squash Center.
Groups interested in renting the facility for track meets or practices should call the Field House office at (315) 781-3901 or e-mail email@example.com.
Fitness Center and Weight Room
Recently renovated, HWS Recreation’s fitness center and weight room features over 50 cardiovascular machines, offers more open space for our updated strength and resistance training equipment, and contains a newly developed functional fitness area.
The group exercise room is the primary location for HWS fitness classes. The space is also utilized by student clubs and organizations, academic classes, and open recreation. The Indoor Cycling room is a multipurpose class room with fifteen stationary bicycles, speed bag and heavy bag.
Groups interested in reserving the Group Exercise Room should call the Field House office at (315) 781-3901 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
A pool is available for use in Bristol Gymnasium. Open swimming is offered routinely, and a scuba class is available. For more information, contact R.C. Weston by phone at 781-3567 or by email at email@example.com.
The Waterfront program at the Colleges is designed to give students the opportunity to participate in activities combining the College's rich natural setting with instructional expertise and administrative support. The Bozzuto Boathouse houses the Colleges' nationally-ranked sailing team and also benefits the Outdoor Recreation Adventure Program.
Waterfront equipment includes a dock and shed for boats and related equipment, which is used for the sailing class taught at the Colleges. Crew members also have access to the calm, enclosed waters of the New York Barge Canal, a remnant of the famous Erie Canal system, which provides six miles of excellent sculling water. For further information contact Scott Iklé by phone at 781-3938 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.