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.

Amenities include:

  • 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 Ambassadors!

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Prabjot Brar
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Prabjot (she, her, hers) is an international student from India. She started at WCC in Winter 2018 and is planning to transfer Western Washington University after graduating to pursue an engineering degree. As an ASWCC Ambassador, Prabjot looks forward to interacting with more people at WCC, further exploring American culture, and further developing her leadership skills. Prabjot loves to hike and watch documentaries. 

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Megan McAllister
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Megan (she, her, hers) was born and raised in Washington and graduated from Ferndale High School in 2018. After graduating from WCC, she plans to transfer to a university in Oregon where she will obtain a degree in occupational therapy. Outside of school, Megan loves writing, going to concerts, and doing makeup. Working at the SRC since December 2017 has made her college experience ten times better and she is so excited to be even more involved in the community this year!

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Iman Adem
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Iman (she, her, hers) was born and raised in Ethiopia. She has four sisters and a brother, and she is the only one who had the privilege to come and study here at WCC since winter 2018. She plans to major in Aerospace Engineering at University of Washington after graduating from WCC. Being an ASWCC Ambassador will help her to be more involved on campus with her fellow students in addition to further developing leadership skills. Iman is passionate about reading, travelling, and watching movies and TV shows.

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An Nguyen
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

An (he, him, his) is 18 years old and is an international student from Vietnam. He has been studying in Whatcom Community College since Fall 2016, and upon graduating plans to transfer to University of British Columbia to study engineering. He loves meeting people and making new friends, so he hopes that he can interact with a lot of people in his role as ASWCC Ambassador.

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Emily Grambo
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Emily (she, her, hers) is in her second year at WCC. She is currently a senior Sehome high school, but is enrolled at Whatcom full time through Running Start. She hopes to transfer to University of Hawaii at Manoa after this academic year to study zoology, and then hopes continue her studies abroad.

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Zora Kings
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Zora (she, her, hers) grew up in Bellingham. She is a running start student from Sehome High School and started at WCC in Fall 2017. She is planning on transferring to a university in California after graduating from WCC.

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ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center      

Isaac (he, him, his) has lived in Bellingham his whole life. He is attending WCC as a Running Start student from Sehome High School where he participates in orchestra, playing the cello. He plans on transferring to a university after graduating from WCC, as well as traveling to Israel. He enjoys socializing with friends and doing outdoor activities.

 

 

Zora Kings
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Bio coming soon.