Welcome members and prospective members! The following guidelines were established to assist you with membership questions that arise. Please contact our office directly at (208) 426-5641 with any further questions that you have.
Currently, our membership forms are not online. Our goal it to provide patrons with an experience that allows you to directly connect with one of our staff. Thus, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an electronic form. This allows us to answer any questions and provide further information.
Adding to an existing membership
Adding spouse/partner/dependents to a membership – Family members can be added any time during your membership. Depending on your current payment method, please email email@example.com to receive an electronic form.
Membership Cancellation or Termination
In order to cancel your membership, you must have a current account. Balances must be paid off before cancellation can occur.
Payroll Deductions: Payroll deduction for Faculty and Staff that pay via that method will end automatically at the end of employment. Should you want to end your membership before that time, email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an electronic form, fill out the payroll deduct stop form and campus mail it to Campus Recreation at Mail Stop 1711 or email it back.
Patrons will have 30 days after their cancellation date to still access the Recreation due to Payroll’s schedule.
Electronic Fund Transfer or EFT: EFTs (automatic drafts from your checking or savings account) cancellations must be made prior to the 15th of every month and account must be current. If you wish to cancel your membership and pay via the EFT method, please email email@example.com to receive an electronic form, fill out the EFT stop form and email it back or mail it to Campus Recreation, attn: membership, 1910 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725-1711.
Patrons will be able to access the Recreation up to the 15th of that upcoming month. For example, if you chose to cancel on the 25th of January, your access will end February 15th.
Please note that all EFT memberships require an initial six-month payment period. Membership stop forms received before the end of the contracted six month period will be charged the balance of the remainder of the contract.
Membership End Dates
Semester/Term memberships end the THURSDAY before the start of a new semester or term. There are three semester or term periods throughout the year: fall, spring, and summer.
Annual memberships end one calendar year from the date purchased. Annual memberships can only be canceled if the member is relocating 50+ miles from Boise, and are subject to a $50 termination fee
Students not paying the Student Activity Fee
The Student Recreation Center is funded through a combination of student fees and other membership revenue. Full-time students (12+ credits) paying into semester activity fees gain access to the Rec without paying any additional fees for membership. Part-time students paying into semester activity fees are eligible to purchase a part-time student membership.
Any student that is of full time or part time status that does not pay fees or is part of an Alternative Fee Program can gain access to the Rec by purchasing a membership that correlates best with the membership category to which they belong. For example, a faculty/staff member that is taking classes on a fee waiver is eligible to purchase a Boise State Community Membership at that rate. Seniors, and others do not pay activity fees may fall into either the Boise State Community or Friends of Boise State category, depending on their affiliation to the university. Student enrolled in an Alternative Fee Program may purchase a “student other” membership for any semester they are enrolled.
Non-students or part-time students on a fee waiver must have an affiliation to Boise State to be eligible for membership. Categories for affiliation are as follows:
Boise State Community – this category includes faculty, staff, affiliates and those recognized by the university with emeritus status.
Friends of Boise State – this category includes current members of the Alumni Association, President’s Circle and Varsity B members.
Non-fee paying students may purchase a “student other” membership.
Memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership may be placed on a hold due to illness or injury on a case-by-case basis.
Faculty, staff and students with a Boise State parking permit may use convenient cross parking options any weekday after 4 pm and all days on the weekend and holidays to park in any commuter surface lot. The Norco and Facilities, Operations and Maintenance lots, located to the south and east of the facility, respectively are the closest cross parking lots.
Off street parking is available on several city streets surrounding the Student Recreation Center – early morning and in the evening are the best time to find free street parking.
Bicycle racks are located on the north and east sides of the facility and we recommend that all bicycles are locked for safety.
Facility tours are available any time that the facility is open. Simply ask at the front desk and we will show you around.