General Information

Welcome to the Moorpark College Fitness Center. The staff looks forward to your participation in our program.
Our objectives are to:

  • provide each student with quality instruction and supervision in a personalized exercise program.
  • provide updated materials and activities related to health/fitness issues.

PE M02A is an activity course designed to develop positive habits in regard to cardiovascular efficiency, muscular strength and endurance, and flexibility. The class allows individual scheduling of required lab hours. This course applies to the Associate Degree. Transfer credit: CSU:UC*

Prerequisite: None
Students must complete the Orientation during the first week of class and Pretesting during the second week of class. (Orientations and Pretesting occur on the college hours: 7am, 8:30am, 10am, 11:30am, 1pm, 2:30pm, 4pm, 5:30pm and 7pm. Saturday hours are 8:30am, 10am, 11:30am, 1pm and 2:30pm. Once the Orientation is completed, students may use the Fitness Center during any scheduled time it is open to complete course work.. Students failing to attend the first two weeks are subject to being dropped. The sections are listed below.

PE 02A   1.0 Unit Section - Full Semester      
30159 Stewart, Nancy L
Ruter, Sherry A
1 hour per week/ARR 1/07 - 5/14/2008 1.0 units G227
PE 02A   0.5 Unit Section - Full Semester      
39663 Stewart, Nancy L
Ruter, Sherry A
3 hours per week/ARR 1/07 - 5/14/2008 0.5 units G227
PE 02A   1 .5 Unit Section - Full Semester      
38972 Stewart, Nancy L
Thurston, Willard J
1.5 hours per week/ARR 1/07 - 5/14/2008 1.5 units G227
PE 02A   1.0Unit Section - Late Start      
30203 Parker, Delbert M 3 hours per week/ARR 2/11 - 5/7/2008 1.0 units

G227

PE 02A   0.5 Unit Section - Late Start      
31558 Ruter, Sherry A 2 hours per week/ARR 2/11 - 5/7/2008 0.5 units G227


CRN 30203 and CRN 31558 are Late-start classes. Students need to contact D. Parker or S. Ruter for Orientation and Pretesting.

Students must fulfill a required number of grade visits during the Fitness Lab open hours. These visits are completed at the students' convenience. The number of visits completed, along with other requirements, will determine the final grade.

Fit Lab students are expected to dress appropriately for activity. Street clothes are not permitted. Clothing that has zippers, buttons, snaps, belt buckles or other hardware is not acceptable. Denim clothing is not permitted. The instructor on duty reserves the right to ask a student who is not abiding by the dress requirements to change clothes or leave for the day.

Community Service:
Students may enter the Fitness Lab by enrolling in the Community Services program. Community Services students do not receive units or a grade. The fee for this program is $50.00 per semester, paid to the Business Office. Fee receipts need to be returned to the Fitness Lab instructor to be added into the computer. Community Services students must attend a Fitness Lab Orientation.