Welcome to Barnard Physical Education!
AR4= DFC, Aerobics Room 4, 4th floor off running track
AR3= DFC, Aerobics Room 3, 3rd floor below running track
FFS= DFC, Functional Fitness Studio, 3rd floor next to Squash Courts
BTL= DFC, Bottom Tri Level, lower level next to Blue Gym
CLASSES NOT IN DODGE FITNESS CENTER:
Studio 2= Barnard Hall lower level
BAR 306= Barnard Hall 3rd floor
BAR 403/405= Barnard Hall 4th floor
MLC 111= Milstein 1st floor
- All Barnard students must complete one semester of PE or Dance, preferably in their First Year.
- Only students who have not yet completed the PE requirement can register for PE.
- SR, JR, SO and TR who need PE should add one course (PE or Dance) to their program during their assigned registration period.
- FY students should add PE (or Dance) to their program or get on a waitlist.
- Students on a PE waitlist should plan to attend the first week of classes to see if space is available.
- Barnard PE is open to Barnard students only.
- PE courses are graded Pass/Fail based on attendance and participation.
Need more info? Contact the individual instructor or the Department Chair.
Laura Masone, Dept Chair (Fitness Outside, Body Sculpt, Total Body Fitness) email@example.com
Lisa Northrop (Personal Fitness, Yoga Meditation, Health Coaching, Group Fit Sampler) firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie Rodriguez (Total Body Fitness, Functional Fitness, Beginning Yoga, Advanced Running) email@example.com
Cindy Lanzas (Beginning Yoga, Core Strength) firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Shulman (Tai Chi) email@example.com
India Choquette (Fitness Outside) firstname.lastname@example.org
Talese Hunt (Core Strength) email@example.com
Fitbear Fitness Classes
Barnard students, faculty, and staff must create an account through Barnard College's IMLeagues portal.
N95, KN95, KF94, or multi-layered surgical masks are required to be worn at all times.
Barnard Fitness Center
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
PE Mission Statement
The Physical Education Department subscribes fully to the College’s commitment to help women realize their full potential. Through regular participation in guided physical movement, the student gains enhanced physical fitness, improved self-esteem, and stress management techniques. Physical Education and the extra-curricular programs address the body-mind connection as the student learns skills that will influence the quality of her life currently in academic achievement and in all future endeavors.