Components: indoor track, field, courts, and training facilities, and Cafe NINE, as well as fitness and recreation for Nazareth students, faculty, staff, alumni (with an Alumni Recreation Club membership). Also a training and competition space for Special Olympic athletes. Fall 2020: Some components and access are restricted due to public health guidelines.

See answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

TEMPORARILY CLOSED

Effective November 25: The Golisano Training Center indoor turf field, track, and fitness center (and the stadium fitness center) are CLOSED for a minimum of two weeks. 

Winter Break Hours

  • Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Holiday

The GTC will be closed Wednesday, December 23 - Sunday, January 3.

Regular Building Hours

  • Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Winter Break at the Golisano Training Center

Things to do
Things to know
How can I pursue fitness and recreation?
Can I bring a guest with me to the Golisano Training Center?
Will intramurals be held this winter?

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I bring a guest?
    What footwear is required on the indoor track?
    Is there a fee for group exercise classes?
    Is personal training available?
    I lost/found something. Where should I go?
     

    Special Olympics Partnership

    Special Olympics uses Golisano Training Center for training and events. Nazareth students work with Special Olympics athletes to promote health, great opportunities for students majoring in nursing, public healthphysical therapy, speech therapy, social work, art therapy, music therapy, or occupational therapy degrees, as well as pre‐medical and pre‐dental minors and those pursuing Nazareth's unique Interdisciplinary Specialty Program in Autism (I‐SPAN).

    The facility was specifically designed to be inclusive. Its design was featured in a University Business article.