Hunthausen Activity Center
The Hunthausen Activity Center at Carroll College
The Hunthausen Activity Center is one of the newest addition to the Carroll College campus landscape. The facility consists of a climbing tower, bouldering wall, outdoor recreation center, multi-purpose exercise rooms, gymnasium, cardiovascular equipment and weight equipment areas. The Hunthausen Activity Center opened in February 2017.
Hunthausen Activity Center staff provide leadership to the college's recreation, fitness and intramural programs. Students and employees have the opportunity to participate in fitness classes, intramural sport, outdoor equipment rental, and individual use of cardiovascular and weight equipment. The inaugural year of the Hunthausen Activity Center will define program and facility offerings.
In honor of Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen – Carroll student, professor, coach and president who taught the importance of tending mind, body and spirit, the Hunthausen Activity Center provides:
- Recreational and intramural space including gymnasium and open court space
- Fitness center with weights and cardiovascular equipment
- Multi-purpose and movement rooms for fitness classes
- A climbing wall and storage space for outdoor activity gear
- Meeting rooms and lounge
- Locker rooms
- Intentional spaces for students to meet for study and socializing