Athletic Training Facilities
The health and human sciences department and intercollegiate athletics reside in Nininger Hall. In addition to the usual athletic facilities, the building contains classrooms, laboratory spaces (athletic training, coaching, and health and physical education), faculty offices and a swimming pool that boasts a movable floor (depth) to accommodate the handicapped.
Funkhouser Center for Wellness
The 34,000 square-foot facility contains two 50' x 84' basketball courts, a 50' x 94' basketball court, two volleyball courts, a jogging/walking track, a cardiac center, two racquetball courts and a multipurpose space used for aerobics. In addition, the facility has a classroom for all upper level athletic training courses and is used frequently for lab and practical experiences within the health and exercise science department major. The Bridgewater College Health Services Center is located in this building.
The athletic fields associated with the Jopson Complex are the sites for practical applications for varied majors and minors within the health and human sciences department. A person interested in coaching or teaching specific sports or skills can participate in or observe successful Division III intercollegiate activities on a daily basis. Athletic Training majors complete many of their clinical experiences by providing healthcare to the BC intercollegiate athletes under the direction of the five certified athletic trainers.