Students, faculty and staff must complete an online waiver in order to access the facility's amenities. First, sign in to your account using your WCC network credentials here. Under Register, select WCC PAV/SRC Waiver, then click on Add to Cart, then Accept Now & Register. Finally, click on Checkout, then Continue to complete the process. There is no fee to complete the waiver. View step-by-step instructions here.
Whatcom Community College's Pavilion & Student Recreation Center is open to students, faculty and staff. This has been a very exciting student-led project, culminating after several years of planning, design and construction. The facility includes more than 24,000 square feet of new construction and 6,700 square feet of renovated space.
- New fitness and strength training equipment, including cardio machines (with live TV and video capabilities), free weights, and more
- Indoor running track
- Balcony-level fitness and stretching areas
- Updated gym for basketball and volleyball
- Two studio spaces equipped with specialized flooring (e.g. wood-sprung floor in second level studio)
- Towel service and upgraded locker room facilities
- And more!
Meet the SRC support staff
Shiloe Harper was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has moved many times since then; most recently to Bellingham a year ago. She was home schooled up until last year, when she decided to take up full time Running Start. That decision was the best she's ever made, and she has loved going to Whatcom. She will finish my final year of running start in May 2018, and plan to transfer to Western, where she will pursue a degree in recreation. She enjoys hiking, taking pictures, hanging out in coffee shops, and making new friends.
Savannah Graham grew up in Bellingham and has been here her whole life. She started at Whatcom in the fall of 2016, and hopes to finish up with a transfer degree. Plans to attend a university after Whatcom, but not sure where yet.
Ngoc Dang is an international student from Vietnam. She started at WCC in Fall 2016, pursuing a nursing degree and planning to transfer to University of Washington for further education. With this position, Chloe hopes to be able to interact with more people and practice her facilities management skills.
Lyla Pagnotta was born in Bellingham and has lived here her whole life. She graduated from Sehome High School in 2016. She plays on the Women's soccer team at Whatcom. This will be her second year at Whatcom and she plans on transferring to a university after finishing at Whatcom but is undecided on where.
Sean Pollom is 22 and has been at Whatcom Community College as a student and an employee for just over 2 years. He is a criminal justice major and plans to work as a wildland firefighter after finishing at WCC.
Sydney McWhorter was born and raised Washington, and she graduated from Meridian in High in 2017. She is taking classes at WCC to finish her transfer degree in biology, with dreams of moving to a university in Florida or Texas next year. She loves exploring and adventuring with her friends and their dogs, as well as working with kids and going to church.