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Student wellness has become an integral part of student life at the University of North Dakota, and it plays a big role in students’ university experience. While first developing The Wellness Program at the University of North Dakota, the planning included a Student Wellness center that would emphasize the seven dimensions of wellness: physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, social, environmental, and occupational.
The facility helps cultivate the wellness needs of the UND community by offering a variety of programs and services, including personal training, rock climbing, cooking lessons, and intramural sports. The building also includes office and administrative space and a kitchen. The recreational aspects of the wellness center include a three-court gymnasium, a multi-activity court, a suspended three-lane track, a spin studio, a cardio deck, and a fitness floor for weight training.

ICON worked as the associate architect on this project. Hastings & Chivetta.

• 106,000 s.f.
• Complimentary architecture to the surrounding buildings
• Multiple bid packages
• Two stories
• Three-court gymnasium
• Multi-activity court
• Suspended three-lane track
• 5,000 s.f. cardio deck
• 10,000 s.f. fitness floor – weight training
• Space for fitness classes
• Spin studio
• Administrative space
• Kitchens
• Rock wall

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