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Facilities and Labs

Athletic Training Facility in the Kinesiology Building

Athletic training facility in the Kinesiology Building

Athletic Training Facility in the Field House

Athletic training facility in the Field House

Athletic Training Facility in the Baseball and Softball Complex

Athletic training facility in the Baseball and Softball Complex

Athletic Training Facilities

The Master of Science in Athletic Training program require hands-on clinical experience. This provide athletic training students the opportunity to assist with healthcare for the Tarleton Texan athletic teams, as well as with other off-campus facilities and teams. Each athletic training facility provide clinical experiences with specific teams:

Students using motor lab for exercise research

Human Performance Lab (HPL)

The Human Performance Lab provide a large amount of health and fitness evaluations, such as, VO2 Max, stress testing, and lactate threshold testing. The HPL is committed to improving the quality and quantity of life for Stephenville and the surrounding communities by providing comprehensive health and fitness evaluations and programs through teaching, research, extension, and continuing education.

Motor function patient doing stretching activities in the Laboratory for Wellness and Motor Behavior

Laboratory for Wellness and Motor Behavior (LWMB)

The LWMB works with individuals who have physical disabilities and provide therapies to increase mobility and health. This degree plan will prepare students for clinical careers such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, cardiac rehabilitation, physicians assistants, etc.

Personal Training

Kinetic Performance Lab

 

The KPL facilitates a variety of programs and initiatives that contribute to the enhancement of students, the School of Kinesiology, the College of Education, and the University. The KPL collaborates with the Tarleton Revive Wellness Program to provide free individual and group fitness training sessions to Tarleton faculty and staff (60+ per semester).  room Wisdom 205 awolfe@tarleton.edu  254-968-1721

Champions counter

The Champions Club has multiple amenities for Tarleton students.

Students relaxing

You can enjoy some active fun.

Girl sitting at computer in lime green hoodie

You can study at the computer lab between classes.

Guy drinking a water bottle

You can relax with food and water.

Champions Club

In the Champions Club, students can purchase kinesiology gear, class supplies, snacks, and water. They can also get help with Professional Development (PD) points. Student workers in the Champions Club are available to help upload PD points.

The club has a laid back and inviting atmosphere for students to relax and hang out between classes. Students are also able to meet with classmates and utilize the available computers. The Champions Club is located in the Kinesiology Building, Room 102.  

Heat regulated diving pool

Indoor diving pool in the Kinesiology Building

Heat regulated lap pool

Indoor lap pool in the Kinesiology Building

Swimming Pool

A pool pass can be purchased at the pool in the Kinesiology Building, during pool hours. *pool passes currently suspended due to pandemic -related concerns

The indoor pools feature a lap pool, diving pool and are heat regulated. The pools are home to swimming classes, scuba classes, and water aerobics classes. The pools are open to Tarleton students, as well as to the public.  

For information about the swimming pools, contact Ronnie Zoch at 254-968-9316.

Tarleton purple colored tennis courts

Tennis Courts

The tennis courts are home to the Texans tennis team. A recent expansion took the facility from four courts to eight. The tennis courts are located adjacent from the Kinesiology building.

Volleyball Gym

Volleyball Gym

The Volleyball Gym is home to the Texan Volleyball team. It also hosts Kinesiology classes, as well as practices for the Texan Stars Dance Team, and the Tarleton Cheer squads.

Wisdom Gym with purple seating and wooden bleachers

Wisdom Gymnasium

The Wisdom Gymnasium is home to the Texan men's and women's basketball teams. The court is also host to FFA contests, Texan Tour, Transition Week activities, commencement, and professional development workshops put on by the School of Kinesiology.