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Northwest Missouri State University


Facilities

Bearcat Arena

Northwest's extensive facilities will keep you busy, whether you're in class or just having fun. The Lamkin Activity Center has been recently renovated, and the main gymnasium, Bearcat Arena, received new seats, new decor and air conditioning.

Foods Lab

The foods lab, renovated in 2012, is composed of stainless steel and state-of-the-art food production equipment. The renovations included countertops, flooring, stainless steel prep-tables and lab stool, improved modernized technology for demonstration, and designed so students can design food science experiments and learn food preparation techniques. 

Rec Center

In the Student Recreation Center, students can walk, jog, play basketball or play racquetball. The Center is also used for classes, and students put in hours there checking out equipment and planning intramural programs.

Fitness Center

At Northwest's Fitness Center, individuals may also get wellness assessments and work out. The Fitness Center consists of 19,490 square-feet of open floor space accommodating state-of-the-art cardio and weight lifting machines, a human performance lab and classroom space.

Machine

Northwest also has a dance studio, tennis courts, soccer field, baseball and softball field, football field and track. There is also an area for teaching gymnastics, a newly remodeled training room and a special abilities laboratory.

MOERA

The School manages, develops programs and supervises a 315-acre tract of lake-front property at Mozingo Lake. The Mozingo Outdoor Education and Recreation Area (MOERA) houses a 50-foot climbing wall, a 50-foot alpine tower, fishing areas, a boat dock, a trap and skeet area as well as field and target archery areas.