SUMMER 2021 MEMBERSHIP REINTRODUCTION

After over a year of membership restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Campus Recreation is excited to begin to welcome back most membership types during Summer 2021!

Our reintroduction plan factors in member needs, pandemic-related policies, and current staffing numbers/training. Based on what type of membership you are eligible for, please read below to learn about the current phase of our membership rollout.

Full-time student members (enrolled in 6 or more credits on campus this summer) will have access to all available facilities/programs/services all summer until the facility closes on Friday, August 6 at 8pm.

JUNE 14:

LOCKERS: Starting June 14, members who purchase their summer membership and who had a locker rental service when the facility closed in March 2020 will be allowed to purchase their same locker (no changes, no new locker sales) for the rest of the summer at no cost.

SPOUSE/PARTNERS: In order for spouses/partners of a current full-time student to purchase a membership, both the CSU student and spouse/partner must bring in a bill, lease, or piece of mail that has both individuals’ names on it. The CSU student and spouse/partner must be present at the purchase of the first membership in order to sign the paperwork. The CSU student is responsible for informing the Department of Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended.

AUGUST 9 TO AUGUST 13 (8AM TO 5PM):

If you had a locker when we closed in March 2020, you must renew it for fall (and beyond, if desired) during our locker renewal period August 9 to 13.

JUNE 14:

Students enrolled part-time during the summer session and those who are “part-time eligible” (meaning you were enrolled in courses for Spring 2021 and are registered for Fall 2021) will need to buy a membership for the rest of the summer.

This membership will be sold at the “1 month” price, but the end date for that membership will be extended until the end of the summer term on Friday, August 6 (almost another month for free!). Note: This membership can only be paid via credit card or Ram Cash (cash/check no longer accepted).

SPOUSE/PARTNERS: In order for spouses/partners of a current part-time student to purchase a membership, both the CSU student and spouse/partner must bring in a bill, lease, or piece of mail that has both individuals’ names on it. The CSU student and spouse/partner must be present at the purchase of the first membership in order to sign the paperwork. The CSU student is responsible for informing the Department of Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended.

LOCKERS: Starting June 14, members who purchase their summer membership and who had a locker rental service when the facility closed in March 2020 will be allowed to purchase their same locker (no changes, no new locker sales) for the rest of the summer at no cost.

AUGUST 9 TO AUGUST 13 (8AM TO 5PM):

If you had a locker when we closed in March 2020, you must renew it for fall (and beyond, if desired) during our locker renewal period August 9 to 13.

Starting June 14, you will need to purchase an affiliate membership. Click on the “new faculty/staff/affiliates” menu to learn more.

JUNE 14 TO AUGUST 6:

As of June 14, our free “welcome back” membership period has ended. Faculty, Staff, and Affiliate Members will need to buy a membership to continue accessing Campus Recreation facilities, programs, and services.

A discounted membership option is available for the remainder of the summer. This membership will be sold at the “1-month” price, but the end date for that membership will be extended until the end of the summer term on Friday, August 6 (almost another month for free!).

All longer-term membership sales will begin later in August. Those wanting to purchase a longer-term membership on payroll deduct must wait until our August 9-13 renewal period – see below.

SPOUSE/PARTNERS: In order for spouses/partners of CSU faculty/staff/affiliates to purchase a membership, they must bring in a bill, lease, or piece of mail that has both individuals’ names on it. The CSU employee and spouse/partner must be present at the purchase of the membership in order to sign paperwork. The CSU employee is responsible for informing the Department of Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended. Student employees and Graduate Assistants do not qualify for the employee rates listed below, they are eligible for the student rates listed above.

LOCKERS: Starting June 14, members who purchase their summer membership and who had a locker rental service when the facility closed in March 2020 will be allowed to purchase their same locker (no changes, no new locker sales) for the rest of the summer at no cost.

AUGUST 9 TO AUGUST 13 (8AM TO 5PM):

If you had a locker when we closed in March 2020, you must renew it for fall (and beyond, if desired) during our locker renewal period August 9 to 13. If you are eligible, at this time you will be able to use payroll deduct as a payment method for your locker service and a membership (note: they must be renewed/purchased at the same time for both to go on payroll deduct).

JUNE 14:
Beginning on June 14, Campus Recreation is excited to welcome new faculty, staff, and affiliate members!

A discounted membership option is available for the remainder of the summer. The discounted membership will be sold at the “1-month” price, but the end date for that membership will be extended until the end of the summer term on Friday, August 6 (almost another month for free!).

Be sure to bring a combo/padlock to use day-use lockers. New members won’t be eligible to purchase a locker rental service until the first day of the fall semester. Available locker rental sales occur on a first-come, first-serve basis starting August 23.

  • NEW FACULTY/STAFF START IN PERSON: If you’d like to start your new faculty/staff membership, come to the Service Center (front desk) of the Student Recreation Center during our open hours.
    • NEW FACULTY/STAFF SPOUSE/PARTNER: In order for spouses/partners of CSU faculty/staff to purchase a membership, they must bring in a bill, lease, or piece of mail that has both individuals’ names on it. The CSU employee and spouse/partner must be present at the purchase of the membership in order to sign the paperwork. The CSU employee is responsible for informing Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended. Student employees and Graduate Assistants do not qualify for the employee rates listed below, they are eligible for the student rates.
  • NEW AFFILIATES: Affiliates have two options. Most affiliate members are able to start their membership process online by filling out this application form. After you submit the form, you’ll receive an automated email asking you to confirm the form. After that, it may take up to 3 business days to be verified and approved to be an Affiliate Member and you will receive another confirmation email notifying you that your affiliate status has been approved so that you can submit payment and begin using your membership. If you’d rather get your membership started faster, you can come to the Service Center (front desk) of the Student Recreation Center during our open hours and your membership will be activated immediately upon purchase.
    • NEW AFFILIATE SPOUSE/PARTNER: The affiliate spouse/partner membership type can be done in the same manner as listed under new affiliates above with the addition of needing to have the CSU affiliate present during the initial purchase of the spouse/partner membership – if done in person. Alternatively, you can start the membership process online with the same form. At the bottom of the first page of the linked form, you can upload a bill, lease, or piece of mail to confirm the relationship. The CSU affiliate is responsible for informing Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended.

JUNE 14:

Beginning on June 14, Campus Recreation is excited to welcome back families and youth!

Our “Spouse/Partner and Youth” hours allow Campus Recreation Members to bring their partner/spouse and up to four youth (17 years and under) into the Student Recreation Center with them for free. During the summer term, all hours the building is open are considered “spouse/partner and youth” hours. Note: During Summer 2021, some popular spaces for children such as the pool and climbing wall may have limited hours so please be sure to check on those hours before coming to the Rec Center.

  • The Campus Recreation Member must be present to sign in the spouse/partner and youth guests and must be the parent/legal guardian of the youth OR be authorized by the parent/legal guardian to sign a waiver on behalf of the youth.
  • The member must remain in the facility with their spouse/partner and youth guests at all times. Off-Peak Members are restricted to spouse/partner and youth hours that fall during their membership hours.

All people 16 years and older must present one of the following forms of identification when being sponsored as a guest or during spouse/partner and youth hours by a campus recreation member: valid State Driver’s License, valid State ID card, current Passport, or USA Military ID. Entry will be denied without one of the previously mentioned identification forms

JUNE 14:

Beginning on June 14, Campus Recreation is excited to welcome adult dependents.

This is a summer-time-only membership available to adult dependents of current CSU faculty/staff/students. The sponsoring CSU faculty/staff/student must be present at the time of purchase of this membership. Both the sponsoring adult and the adult-dependent must provide proof of their relationship (birth certificate, driver’s license with same last name, tax forms, etc.).

This membership will be sold at the “1-month” price, but the end date for that membership will be extended until the end of the summer term on Friday, August 6 (almost another month for free!). Note: This membership can only be paid via credit card (payroll deduct will not yet be available and cash/check no longer accepted).

We anticipate allowing guests to return in Fall 2021. Until then, only current members can access the Student Recreation Center.

Full memberships allow participation/access at all hours of operation. Off-peak memberships allow participation/access 6 am-2 pm on weekdays, all hours on weekends.

CSU student and student spouse/partner rates:

Click here to download the student membership rates flier.

CSU Student Memberships:

Note: Students taking 6 or more on-campus credits are considered full-fee paying students. Paying full fees means you already have a student membership and do not need to purchase one.

  Semester 1-Month 1-Week 1 Day
Fall/Spring Semester $140 (5-months w/ set dates) $35 (30 days) $20 (7 days) $5
Summer Semester $93 (2.5-months w/ set dates) $35 (30 days) $20 (7 days) $5

 

CSU Student Spouse/Partner Memberships:
  Semester 1-Month 1-Week 1 Day
Fall/Spring Semester $140 (5-months w/ set dates) $35 (30 days) $20 (7 days) $5
Summer Semester $93 (2.5-months w/ set dates) $35 (30 days) $20 (7 days) $5

CSU employee and employee spouse/partner rates:

Click here to download the employee membership rates flier.

CSU Fully Benefitted Employee Subsidized Memberships:
  12-Month 9-Month 6-Month 4-Month* 1-Month*
Full Membership $150 $122 $87 $61 $16.50
Off-Peak Membership $108 $90 $66 $47 $13

 

CSU Non-Benefitted Employee & Temporary Hourly Memberships:
  12-Month 9-Month 6-Month 4-Month* 1-Month*
Full Membership $300 $243 $174 $122 $33
Off-Peak Membership $216 $180 $132 $94 $26

 

CSU Employee Spouse/Partner Memberships:
  12-Month 9-Month 6-Month 4-Month* 1-Month*
Full Membership $300 $243 $174 $122 $33
Off-Peak Membership $216 $180 $132 $94 $26

*Some membership options are not eligible for payroll deduction.

CSU affiliate and affiliate spouse/partner rates:

Click here to download the affiliate membership rates flier.

CSU Affiliate Memberships:
  12-Month 6-Month 1-Month
Full Membership $324 $187 $42
Off-Peak Membership $240 $148 $37

 

CSU Affiliate Spouse/Partner Membership Options:
  12-Month 6-Month 1-Month
Full Membership $324 $187 $42
Off-Peak Membership $240 $148 $37

 

Subsidy information: In support of the University Commitment to Campus wellness initiative, CSU subsidizes the price of a Campus Recreation Membership by 50% for any full-time salaried employee, Administrative Professional employee, State Classified employee, part-time AP employee, Faculty, Instructors, Associate Researchers, and temporary AF/AP employees. Spouses/Partners of CSU employees, CSU student employees, graduate assistants, teaching assistants, research assistants, and temporary hourly employees are not eligible for the below rates.

CURRENT APPROVED AFFILIATE GROUPS

OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY RETIREES
  • To be considered a “retiree” an academic faculty member, administrative professional or state classified employee who is a participant in the Defined Contribution Plan for Retirement (DCP) or who is a participant in the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) appointed or reappointed on or after 7/1/05 must be:
  • Age 55 or greater with at least 20 years of “service” or
  • Age 60 or greater with at least 5 years of “service”
  • Service for this purpose includes periods of employment with CSU during which the person:
  • Received, or was eligible to receive, the University’s contribution to the DCP or to PERA
  • Had an appointment of at least half-time
  • Received, or was eligible to receive, the University’s contribution toward benefits, for example, health insurance (Ben-Pay, Cost share or State classified insurance match).
  • Periods of service need not be continuous but there must be a minimum of five consecutive years of service immediately preceding the date of retirement. Periods of paid or unpaid leaves of up to 1 year in duration during which the person received, or was eligible to receive, the University’s contribution toward benefits shall be counted as service.
  • PERA Participants Appointed Prior to June 2005
  • CSU Official University Retirees need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services to verify their retiree status and to obtain approval to purchase a membership. Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval.

Academic faculty, administrative professional or state classified employees who are participants in PERA and who were appointed on or before June 30, 2005, or reappointed only on or before that date, who are eligible for “retirement” (full or reduced) under the PERA provisions at the time of separation and who have at least five consecutive years of service at CSU in a half-time or greater, benefit eligible appointment immediately prior to the date of separation are considered “retirees”.

CSU DEGREE GRANTED ALUMNI

Degree granted Alumni of CSU need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services to verify their alumni status and to obtain approval to purchase a membership. Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval.

OSHER INSTITUTE MEMBERS

Osher Institute Members need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services who will verify their Osher Institute status. Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval. Once the enrollment has been verified.

CSU GLOBAL STUDENTS

CSU Global Students: are CSU Students enrolled in classes and degree-seeking programs ONLINE. CSU Global Students need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services who will verify their CSU Global status. Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval.

ROTC

ROTC instructors, faculty, or administration that currently work for the various ROTC groups on the CSU Campus. ROTC members need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services who will verify their CSU ROTC status. Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval.

CSU VISITING SCHOLARS

Visiting Scholars of CSU departments are eligible to apply to be Affiliate Members. Visiting Scholars can submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form online or at the Campus Recreation Service Center. Visiting Scholars will need to request that their sponsoring department send an email of verification of their status and length of visit to the Assistant Director of Member Services. The Assistant Director of Member Services will verify their status. Verification can take up to 3 business days.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION LIFE MEMBERS

CSU Alumni Association Life Members are eligible to become Affiliate Members. Life Members can submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form online or at the Campus Recreation Service Center. The Assistant Director of Member Services

will verify their status. Verification can take up to 3 business days.

CSU HEALTH AND MEDICAL CENTER PARTNERS

Employees who work for the partners housed at the CSU Health and Medical Center need to submit a completed Affiliate Membership Application Form to the Assistant Director of Member Services who will verify their status.  Once the application is submitted it may take up to 3 business days for application approval.

AFFILIATE MEMBER SPOUSES/PARTNERS

In order for spouses/partners to purchase a membership they must bring in a bill, lease, or piece of mail that has both, the spouses/partners name and the affiliate members name, on it. The CSU affiliate member and spouse/partner must be present at the purchase of the membership in order to sign paperwork. The CSU affiliate is responsible for informing the Department of Campus Recreation if their relationship with their spouse/partner has ended.

Memberships are nonrefundable unless you are separating from the university or have a documented medical excuse. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee and can take up to two weeks to be processed.

WHAT DOES A MEMBERSHIP INCLUDE?

Typically, a membership includes access to the Student Recreation Center’s facilities, including the cardio and weight spaces, Climbing Wall, Aquatic Center (pool, spa, steam room, sauna), locker rooms, and use of gyms and studios (Mat Room, Main Gym, MAC Gym, Studios 1-4).

You also get access to equipment, classes, and more, such as Drop-In Sports (badminton, basketball, table tennis, indoor soccer, racquetball, volleyball), recreation equipment check-out, Drop-In sports equipment (basketballs, paddles, indoor soccer balls, volleyballs, etc.), outdoor sports equipment (basketballs, soccer balls, volleyballs, etc.), Climbing Wall equipment (harnesses, shoes, etc.), Group Fitness classes (excluding Yoga), Cycling classes, Outdoor Program free clinics, and day-use lockers.

Some of these spaces are reopening over the summer and some will reopen this fall. Please check here to verify which spaces and equipment are available currently.

WONDERING ABOUT LOCKERS?

Day-use lockers are available for members to use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Be sure to bring your own combo/padlock to secure your items and please take all items with you when you leave each day.

Beginning June 14, returning members who had lockers when the Rec Center closed in March 2020 will have the ability to regain access to that locker for the rest of Summer 2021 for free (upon purchasing a summer membership). Those members will then need to renew their locker, at cost, during the renewal period from August 9 through 13 (8 am to 5 pm).

Any locker services from March 2020 which are not renewed by August 13 will go into the inventory which will be for sale starting at 6 am on the first day of the fall semester (August 23).

WHAT NEEDS TO BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY?

In addition to all the included benefits to your membership, you are eligible to purchase a variety of items, such as Intramural Sports Memberships, Personal Training sessions, Massage Therapy sessions, Yoga classes, Outdoor Gear Rental Memberships, Outdoor Program trips & events, Dance & Martial Arts Courses, Personal Trainer/Fitness Instructor Courses, rentable lockers, Red Cross Courses and swim lessons.

Some of these programs are reopening over the summer and some will reopen this fall. Please check here to verify which programs and services are available currently.

Read on for information about each Summer 2021 Membership:

I’M A NEW STUDENT. WHEN WILL I GET ACCESS?

First off, welcome to CSU! Access varies based on student status. See the info below to figure out when you can start using Campus Recreation’s facilities, services, and programs:

MEMBER TYPE FALL ACCESS BEGINS FALL ACCESS ENDS SPRING ACCESS BEGINS SPRING ACCESS ENDS SUMMER ACCESS BEGINS SUMMER ACCESS ENDS
Full Fee Students (6 on-campus credits) Thursday before school starts Sunday before spring term Monday before school starts Sunday after graduation First day of summer session First Friday in August (when SRC closes for maintenance)
Incoming New Students/Transfer Last week in July* Sunday before spring term *Eligible to purchase a membership starting January 16th Sunday after graduation *Eligible to purchase a membership starting July 15 *Eligible to purchase a membership starting July 15
Purchased Semester Membership Holders Thursday before school starts Sunday before spring term Monday before school starts Sunday after graduation First day of summer session First Friday in August (when SRC closes for maintenance)

*Eligibility to purchase a summer membership starts the last full week in July for new students starting with the university in the fall semester. Those students are eligible to purchase a membership to work out for the last week of July through the first Friday in August (when the Student Recreation Center closes for annual maintenance). Once the Student Recreation Center reopens on the Thursday before classes begin, new and transfer students’ access to Campus Recreation begins as part of the full student fee structure if the student is taking 6 or more on-campus credits.