Concordia has finished the first and second of three phases of construction for the Walz Human Performance Complex, a facility that stands among the finest facilities of its kind for any university of Concordia's size. Better yet, the Walz has already had a tremendous impact on students and faculty and athletics at Concordia.
Adults - $6
Children - $3
Senior Citizens - $3
K-12 Students - $3
Students with College ID - Free
Children 5 and Under - Free
(Admission pricing for conference tournaments or other special events will differ.)
Walz Human Performance Complex Hours
The building is generally open 6 a.m. - 11p.m., Mondays through Fridays. On weekends the building is opened as needed for games and other functions.
The arena floor is reserved for Concordia's varsity athletic teams and is not open to the public for recreation.
During the school year, open rec hours for the fieldhouse:
**No Open Rec on nights with home varsity events in the arena.
All those using the facility are required to sign a waiver the first time they use the fieldhouse. No children under the age of 18 are allowed without adult supervision.
The fieldhouse is closed during the summer.
Summer: Walz Weight Room Hours
Use of the Concordia weight room is a privilege that may be enjoyed by Concordia students, faculty, staff, their spouses and their children (16 and over only) with a valid university ID card. 16-18 year olds must be with a parent. Users will enter the weight room through the main double doors, show their Concordia ID, and sign in at the front desk. Each user needs to sign a waiver at their first visit (Users younger than 19 years old must have a parent sign the waiver.)
Men’s and Women’s General Locker Rooms available during weight room hours (lower level, south hallway)
Facilities may be closed at times due to academic classes, breaks, and university events. As much as possible, changes will be posted ahead of time.
Please refer to policies posted by the weight room for age and other restrictions.
Concordia's track, field and stadium complex was dedicated in 1997 and stands as one of the finest within the Bulldogs' athletic conference, the GPAC, and within the entire NAIA. It is home to Concordia track and field, football and soccer programs.
With the addition of the Walz Human Performance Complex the stadium's north entrances will be revised and a dramatic architectural feature, the Walz radius, will be a feature behind the north end zone.
The Physical Education Center, dedicated in 1960, has been home to Concordia athletics for decades. The P.E. Building went under renovations to better accommodate student-athletes, coaches and visiting teams and were completed in the summer of 2015.
Bulldog football and wrestling have found homes in the newly renovated building. New offices, locker rooms and the wrestling practice mats are all located in the P.E. Center. The gym also went through a face lift, replacing the floor, scoreboards and bleachers.