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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:

  • 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!


Thi Lee

Thi (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Vietnam, and she started studying at WCC Fall 2017.  She plans to transfer to WWU and get a degree in Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management.  Thi has always wanted to travel, but she does not think traveling has only one form of physical activity.  She thinks as a SRC Ambassador with and open mind and respect for different people and cultures, she will be able to make friends and learn from them right on our diverse campus.  Thi loves reading and has experienced cultures in books. Moreover, she wishes to develop soft skills necessary for herself in the future. 


Shauna Nielsen

Shauna (she/her/hers) is currently working on her last year at Whatcom Community College.  Aiming for a university where she can major in Linguistics and minor in Japanese, Shauna's goal is to teach English in Japan.  In her rare valuable free time, she enjoys hiking and swimming with her dog, playing music, as well as volunteering at a local meditation center.  Being a SRC Ambassador, she hopes to foster leadership skills through teamwork and being of service to others.


Kaimipono Halemano

Pono (he, him, his) was born and raised in Hawai'i and graduated from Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in 2017.  After graduating from WCC with an Associates in Business in Spring of 2020, he hopes to transfer to a four-year university.  He is the captain of the 2019 Whatcom Men's Soccer team and hopes to continue his soccer career at the next level.  He loves working out and being active. 


Peyton Schwinger

Peyton (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Bellingham and graduated from Bellingham High School.  This is her second year at Whatcom, and she is currently taking prerequisites to later enter a Dental Hygiene program.  She is part of the WCC Women's Soccer team.  Her interests are playing tennis, hiking, and hanging out with her peers. 


Maya Busby 

Maya (she/her/hers) is a WCC Running Start student through Sehome High School.  She loves doing visual arts like ceramics and painting and also likes playing tennis and volleyball.  Maya plans on transferring to Washington State University to pursue a degree in Business Marketing after graduating from WCC. 


Eden Fawcett

Eden (she/her/hers) grew up in Bellingham and graduated from Bellingham High School in 2019.  As well as attending Whatcom Community College for scholastics, Eden is also a member of the Women's Soccer team.  After her time at WCC, Eden hopes to transfer to a 4-year University to continue her education while playing soccer. 


Caden Lohrengel 

Caden (he/him/his) grew up in Idaho.  This is his first year at WCC.  He plays on the Men's Soccer team.  He plans on transfering to a university to continue playing soccer.  Caden enjoys socializing with friends and doing outdoor activities. 


Blaize Searcy 

Blaize is originally from Atlanta, Georgia.  This is his second year attending WCC.  After graduation, Blaize plans to transfer to the University of Washington and major in Sports Management and walk on to the football team.  Blaize is very athletic and enjoys physical activity as well as playing video games.  He hopes to become a football coach.


Alexus Bernard Brooklyn

Alexus (he/him/his) is an international student from Bandung, Indonesia.  He has been studying at WCC since the winter of 2019.  Alexus is planning to transfer to the University of Washington to major in Computer Science.  He enjoys playing basketball and video games with his friends during his free time. 


Zora Kings
ASWCC Ambassador
Student Recreation Center

Bio coming soon.