Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center

One of the largest NCAA Division III facilities of its kind in the nation, the 200,000-square-foot Wartburg-Waverly Sports & Wellness Center, also known as “The W,” offers expansive facilities for college health and wellness programs and intercollegiate athletics. At the same time, it provides Waverly with one of the finest community wellness centers in the Midwest.

It includes an indoor pool, aerobics and exercise rooms, arena with spectator seating, gymnasiums offering seven playing courts, indoor competition 200-meter track, jogging track, climbing wall, wrestling rooms, racquetball courts, locker rooms, related facilities for athletic teams and Student Health and Wellness Center.

All Wartburg students are members of The W and have access to all facilities.

Member Parking

  • Members may park in the gated M (yellow) parking lot directly north of Th W.
  • Members may also park in the O, A, or L lots (green) if M lot is full.
  • There is to be no parking along 12th Street and Wilson Avenue.
  • Do not park in the B lot because that is student parking.

Non-Member Parking

  • Non-members may park in the O, A, or L lots (green) located to the west and south of The W.
  • Non-members cannot use the gated M lot.
  • There is to be no parking along 12th Street and Wilson Avenue.
  • Do not park in the B lot because that is student parking.

Parking During Athletic Events

  • Parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • M lot is not available to athletic event parking so members may still use the lot.
Parking Map

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The W East Entrance

Welcome Desk

The W West Entrance

Zesty Orange Restaurant

Athletic Training Room

Whirlpool

Massage Room

levick arena

Levick Arena is a state-of-the-art showcase seating nearly 1,800 fans for basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. 

Center Court and Track

Climbing Wall

Our 30-foot tall climbing wall can hold up to six climbers at one time, and there are no height or weight restrictions. Harnesses, ropes, and other necessary equipment are provided by The W, along with the assistance of our certified belayer. The climbing wall is open weekday evenings and weekend afternoons.

The ftness area includes free weights/stacked weights and cardio machines,including treadmills, elliptical machines, and stationary conventionaland recumbent bikes for students and the community. Student athletes have their own strength and conditioning area in The W.

Most cardio equipment in The W is connected to cable television. Bring headphones to watch your favorite program or listen to your personal electronic device, which will chargewhile you work out. Some equipment offers a virtual workout world.

Monthly group fitness classes are designed for a variety of interests, fitness levels, and time schedules. Visit The W’s website for details.

Aerobics Room

Cycling Room

Hall of Champions

Hall of Fame Room

Hoover Fieldhouse and Track

Hoover Fieldhouse and Track is the indoor home of the powerhouse track and field teams and a practice and competition facility for tennis. It also accommodates indoor practice for baseball and softball. Center Court includes a walking/jogging track for community members.

Hoover Fieldhouse and Track

Center Court and Track

Men’s Basketball Locker Room

Women’s Basketball Locker Room

Sample General Locker Room

Football Locker Room

People in pool The W

The Schuldt Natatorium includes a six-lane 25-yard pool with three lanes dedicated to lap swimming, a zero-depth entry area, water slide, vortex pool, 11-person hot tub, steam room, sauna, and wet classroom.

Pool Area

Wet Classroom

Noah Campus Health Clinic helps meet the health care needs of Wartburg students, faculty and staff. Registered Wartburg students, Wartburg faculty and staff members and their families are all welcome to use the clinic. 

The Walker Wrestling Room is the envy of many NCAA Division I schools and a magnificent home for the 13-time Division III national champions.