The indoor pool is located inside the Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium on the north side of the building. Entrance is available by the parking lot on the north eastern side of the building. The Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium is located at the corner of University and First street in Durant,OK.
SE is pleased to offer an ADA compliant indoor heated pool. Continuing Education offers a number of water activities for all ages throughout the year.
Registration is open and available by phone with a credit card, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (580) 745-2858. Call now or Click here for more information. We do not prorate the course fee for late registration.
The Open Swim pool hours are available for currently enrolled SE students, SE faculty and SE staff only. Hours vary by semester. SE students, Faculty & Staff members may contact the SE Continuing Education office for Open Swim schedules each semester.
When unscheduled swimming pool maintenance becomes necessary and the pool must be closed, we will make every effort to contact participants when possible. If the schedule permits, we will provide make-up sessions.
Storms – The pool will be closed if there is audible thunder or visible lightning at the beginning or during a regularly scheduled meeting. Decisions are made at the start of the class or as changing conditions require.
If the University closes, pool activities will be cancelled. Participants may call the following numbers for closing information due to inclement weather: Off–Campus: (580) 745-7272
If possible, the decision to close will be made the evening before prior to the ten o’clock news and no later than 6:00 a.m. the morning of the possible closing. Closings will be broadcast on local radio and television stations and sometimes, our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/se.edu.conted?fref=ts
In 2014, the SE Pool filtering system and below-water lighting were updated. The new system is state-of-the-art and will assist us in keeping the pool running efficiently, cleanly and warmly. The new lighting involves LED lights that will shine brighter underwater and save SE 80-90% on current electric bills than the old lights.