225 COLLEGE PARK DRIVE • WEATHERFORD, TX 76086 • 817-594-5471 / 800-287-5471
Students can utilize new circuit training and free weight machines, as well as cardio equipment, in the workout facilities located in the Betty Jo Crumm Graber Athletic Center, just west of Coyote Village. Aerobics and kickboxing classes are located in a specially-designed area on the first floor of the E.W. Mince Administration Building.WC's nationally-recognized Coyote and Lady Coyote basketball teams play and practice in the Graber Center, where they have earned dozens of accolades, including conference championships and national tournament berths. Roger Williams Ballpark, completed in 2003, already is acclaimed as one of the finest junior college baseball facilities in the country. The Coyote baseball team plays fall and spring games in the new facility, which features covered seating for the entire ballpark. Students enjoy free admission to all WC home athletic events.The ornate Marjorie Black Alkek Fine Arts Center, built in 1998, has hosted national recording acts in addition to hundreds of community and college fine arts events. A beautiful, 500-plus seat theatre features an unusual thrust stage where the entire audience is in close proximity to the performers. An elegant banquet/entrance area called Texas Hall greets visitors, as well as hosting special events, such as art exhibits and community receptions. Soundproofed music practice rooms, a band hall, visual arts studios/classrooms, a Macintosh G4-equipped Intermedia Arts laboratory, and standard classrooms add to Alkek Fine Arts Center's amenities.The community also enjoys concerts and other activities at the Memorial Plaza, an outdoor amphitheater located in the middle of campus, and the first floor theater in the Mince Administration Building. Many of WC's classes take place within close proximity of the library, on the western side of campus. Featuring a beautiful center atrium illuminated by several dozen redwood skylights, the Library features thousands of printed resources, access to online resources in the various workstations, the Billie H. Streib Computer Center, multi-media and audio-visual equipment, periodicals and more. The Liberal Arts and Faculty Offices buildings are located just west of the Library, housing classrooms and the central offices for instruction.