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New Mexico Tech Swim Center

 

Mission Statement

 

To complement the "quality of life" on the campus by offering educational and leisure aquatic opportunities in a safe environment.


Hours:
 pdfSpring Schedule 2014



** NEWS**

 

The Swim Center will be CLOSED Saturday, July 19, 2014 all day for maintenance and in-service

 

If you have comments or suggestions please email the Swim Center.


Welcome!

The New Mexico Tech Swim Center is available year round for swimming and is free to full time New Mexico Tech students. The pool is 25 yards long and has six lap lines. There are three time periods, morning, noon and evening, designated for lap swimming in addition to two lanes being available for lap swimming during open swimming.

Evening classes in Water Aerobics are sometimes offered through New Mexico Tech's Community College.  For more information please visit the Community Education webpage at http://ced.nmt.edu.
 

Handicap Facilities

A chair is installed at the side of Tech pool that will raise and lower a handicapped swimmer into the pool. There is also a shower in the men's and women's locker room that is accessible for wheelchair users.

Facility Rental

Pool Rental Fee: $80.00 per hour

Individuals wishing to rent the swimming pool must complete a pdfNMT Swim Center Rental Form


Print the form mentioned above. Turn it in to the Swim Center or mail to Auxiliary Services at New Mexico Tech, 801 Leroy Place, Socorro NM 87801.
 
For more detailed information please contact the Swim Center  at (575) 835-5221.

Passes

Swim Center passes are available to all NMT Faculty, Staff, Students, Affiliates, & Community Members as well as those who require use of a pool for Medical rehabilitation.

Individuals wishing to purchase a pass must fill out our  pdfPass Form.pdf

 

 
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