University of Hull Gym
Our facilities are open to everybody – students, staff and members of the public are all welcome. We offer a friendly, judgement-free environment in which people of all ages and abilities can exercise and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
We’re excited to be investing almost £16 million into improving sport at Hull and creating world-class facilities right here on campus. It will include refurbished and new pitches, a new sports pavilion, a 12-court sports facility with spectator seating, a dance studio and our fitness suite will double in size and offer the latest in cardio and resistance equipment. Find out more about our investment programme.
Students can also get involved in sport in a number of ways. Getting involved does not require you to be a ‘sporty’ person. We provide opportunities for all abilities, from fun, social sessions for the complete beginning to representing the University at your chosen sport. We’ve already helped thousands of our students to try something new, learn a new sport or pursue their passion for competitive sport. Find out more about sport at Hull.
Standard membership prices
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Monthly Direct Debit
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Monthly Direct Debit
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|Lawns Fitness Suite||£125.00||£135.00||Not available||Not available|
|Athletic Union Sports Pass||£25.00||Not available||Not available||Not available|
All inclusive memberships
Enjoy unlimited access to our state of the art fitness suite, fitness classes, racket sports and saunas.
Lawns Fitness Suite
Cottingham halls residents can enjoy unlimited use of our brand new state of the art fitness suite at the Lawns Centre in Cottingham as well as off peak use of the Sports and Fitness Centre on campus.
Athletic Union Sports Pass
If you join an Athletic Union sports club you’ll need to purchase an AU Sports Pass from us. They cost £25 and allow you access to our outdoor training and competition facilities and our changing rooms. They don’t entitle you to use the gym, fitness classes, racket sports or saunas though so if you’d like to use these facilities too you’ll need to purchase a gym membership from us.
The small print
If you choose to set up a Direct Debit your initial payment may be more than the usual monthly fee. This is because it will cover the period up to the next available Direct Debit date.
It is your responsibility to cancel a Direct Debit. There is NO CONTRACT, however charges may be incurred if you cancel your Direct Debit before three consecutive payments have been made.
All Inclusive Annual memberships run for 12 consecutive months and are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Non-members are able to use facilities by paying the applicable session rate. For full details please see the Facility Hire page.
Students and staff must produce a valid student/staff card in order to receive the prices shown above. Alumni must produce proof that they have studied at the University of Hull.
If you are unable to provide a valid student/staff card or proof of study you will be asked to pay our public prices as above.
Whether you’re a fitness enthusiast or a complete novice, we’ve got a class to suit you!
What’s new this Semester?
Barbell Shred – With a combination of strength building, muscular endurance and interval training, this class has it all! You will be lead through a series of barbell exercises and cardio intervals in this ultimate all over body workout.
Circuit – Due to popular demand, the traditional style circuit class has made a come back on a Tuesday evening. Designed for all fitness levels, this fun class is an all over body workout.
Body Sculpt – Step aerobics is making a comeback at the University of Hull Sports and Fitness Centre! Body sculpt is a combination of basic step aerobics moves coupled with resistance and free weight exercises to tone the body and burn fat.
The development is part of a £200 million investment in infrastructure and buildings already underway across the University.
Students have worked closely with the University to shape the new sports development.
Gurmok Sanghera, vice president for sport at the Students’ Union, said:
There are more than 50 sports teams representing the University of Hull so this investment is crucial to support their development and ensure that they can access training facilities. This announcement is a crucial step towards realising our vision for a top-level sporting institution.
For many students including myself, being part of an Athletic Union club is a key part of our student experience. It teaches us new skills, builds friendships and helps create memories that last a lifetime. We have worked in partnership with the University to ensure that students’ views and opinions have been fed into the process and I can’t wait to see the impact that these new facilities will have on our clubs and their members in the years to come.
Trudi Vout, Director of Campus and Accommodation Services at the University of Hull, said:
We are looking forward to our students enjoying sport and fitness activities in the top quality facilities we are developing. We believe these facilities will make a real difference to their time as students here at Hull.
The development will enable us to build on our existing strong sporting tradition, support delivery of first class teaching, cultivate a sport performance agenda and most importantly encourage more students, staff, visitors, university and community stakeholders to participate in accessible and fun active recreation regularly.
Students increasingly like to engage in fitness activity such as dance, spinning and body pump classes as much as team or individual sport and these facilities will help us meet their s the local community’s needs, much better.
The new facilities will boost the quality and size of facilities on offer at the University to meet a rising level of demand among students, as well as offer high-quality sporting provision for visiting teams and the wider community.
The University’s sports facilities receive around 2,000 visits a week, including from the local community, youth sports clubs and regional and national amateur and professional sports teams.
Some classes have limited places. Please refer to the timetable. To book your place please call us on 01482 466234.