Fairmont State University is following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control regarding steps to diminish the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus. The CDC hopes that self-isolation strategies will slow the spread of coronavirus around the country and has also urged colleges and universities to follow these recommendations. 

To avoid the spread of COVID-19, the university has made the decision to close the Falcon Center beginning Monday, March 16. 

The re-opening of the Falcon Center is tentatively scheduled for August 3rd for students, faculty and staff. The Falcon Center will tentatively open for community members on August 31st. To abide by the Governor’s guidelines, the facility will have limited hours and available areas of recreation which will be fully determined as we get closer to the opening date. If Fairmont State University feels that it is in the best interest of students and patrons to delay opening beyond August 3rd, the website will be updated. Please feel free to contact Robin.Yeager@fairmontstate.edu if you have further questions or concern

 We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding of these extraordinary circumstances. We are still determining a process to ensure appropriate consideration is given for this loss of availability.

Thank you, 
Falcon Center Staff

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For more than 10 years, the Falcon Center has been the hub of life on campus. Studies show that students who are more involved in Student Government, Intramurals and other activities feel more connected to their University and tend to stay in college. With a fitness center, pool, places to eat and hang out between classes, this facility gives students a home base. Falcon Center staff members are dedicated to helping students make the most of their Fairmont State experience.