Where is the Stress Relief Center?

    The Stress Relief Center is located on the WSU Ogden Campus in the Swenson Complex on the second floor in rooms 60 and 61. It is directly across classroom 62.

A good campus map to help guide you can be found here:

http://weber.edu/WeberStateMap/OgdenCampusMap.html

    On the map, Swenson Gym is SG50. The entry point on the map has a handicapped sign right where you enter Swenson Gym.

If you are already on campus:

    The entry to the Swenson Gym is on the west side of the upper building. You'll need to swipe your ID card at the front desk to your right as you come in. They’ll let you pass on through and proceed to the main hallway.

    Turn right and proceed down the hallway. Take the second left (the first left takes you into the basketball/volleyball gym). Head down the stairs—one floor only. Turn left and room 62 is the first and second doors on your left. The Stress Relief Center is the second door on the right across from room 62. (If you get lost, you could also just ask the people at the front desk to direct you to room 62 or the Stress Relief Center)

    You can also enter from the north side of the lower building. Once you've swiped your ID card, follow the track briefly and the turn right into the long hall. Follow this hall until you come upon the first stairway going up. Once at the top of the stairway, turn right and follow this next hallway. Soon you'll come upon room 62 on your right. The Stress Relief Center is the smaller room on your left.

If you are coming to Swenson Gym from off campus:

    Come to WSU on Harrison blvd and turn east on 40th street (you can’t turn west there). As you are driving east (toward the mountains) you’ll see the very tall building (Promontory Tower) on your right and the football practice fields on your left. Follow the road until you see a building on the left with a large parking lot in front of it. The tennis courts are directly east of this parking lot and the soccer field is directly to the west.

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