Due to new Health and Safety Guidelines issued by the City of Philadelphia on Monday, November 16th all Campus Recreation facilities will close at the end of business on Thursday, November 19th. Facilities will remain closed until further notice. Campus Recreation programs will continue to operate virtually, for more information please visit our Virtual Recreation page. For the most current information regarding Campus Recreation check back to the Campus Rec COVID-19 Updates page or our social media platforms.
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Campus Recreation Access
Access to the facilities and programs offered by Campus Recreation may be acquired by paying the Campus Rec access fee. Fees were established by the Student Recreation Board to support our student recreational facilities, including the Aramark Student Training and Recreation (STAR) Complex (Climbing Wall and Weight Room, Independent Blue Cross Student Recreation Center (IBC), the Pearson and McGonigle Halls (3rd Floor Rec Court area, and Pools 30 and 31), and recreational opportunities at the Ambler and Health Science campuses.
Temple University Students
Effective Fall 2010, all matriculated Temple University students enrolled will be automatically assessed a portion of the Campus Rec access fee in their tuition bill as a part of the University Service Fee. Enrolled students who have paid the Campus Rec access fee are assigned swipe access through their Temple OWLcard. For additional information about the new fee assessment policy, please contact the Campus Recreation Main Office at 215-204-1267.
Employee Recreation Access
Full-time regular employees have the option to have the Campus Rec access fee deducted from their paychecks. A total deduction of $10 will be withdrawn from the employee’s paycheck each month.
Employees desiring in paying their Campus Recreation access through Payroll Deduction will be able to enroll via the Staff Tools tab on TUPortal by selecting the Campus Recreation Payroll Deduction Membership option located within the University Forms section. Swipe access will typically be granted within 48-hours of enrollment; however, users may present their enrollment form at a Campus Recreation facility for immediate access. Cancellation must be requested in person at either the Campus Recreation Main Office or the Student Faculty Center at HSC. For more information about payroll deduction, please contact Campus Recreation at 215-204-1267.
- I had restarted my Payroll Deduction this Fall, what do I need to do now that facilities are closed indefinately?
- Payroll Deduction will still be deducted from paychecks for November 2020, after that Payroll Deduction will be paused until facilities reopen.
- Upon reopening patrons will not need to do anything for their memberships to restart.
Employees who are either ineligible for payroll deduction or do not wish to pay via payroll deduction may pay the Campus Rec Access Fee per term at the Campus Recreation Main Office, 1800 N. Broad St. Suite 303, Pearson and McGonigle Halls with a valid OWLcard. Please note that effective August 24, 2020 this must be completed by appointment only. Interested patrons must call the Campus Recreation office at 215-204-1267 to schedule an appointment. Walk-in services will not be available.
Term fees for employees are as follows:
- Fall or Spring: $55
- Summer I and Summer II: $30
- Annual: $120
Within 48 hours of completing the Patron Application, swipe activation will be granted to the facilities. However, users may present their Campus Rec Access receipt at the recreational facility for immediate access.
Alumni Recreation Access
Campus Recreation has made the very difficult decision to not allow alumni access to our facilities for the fall 2020 semester. As we navigate our return to campus plans to allow the use of Campus Recreation facilities while complying with local and state guidelines it is clear that we must restrict membership to allow our current student population priority access. Our hope is that we are able to invite all of our Alumni back as soon as possible! For questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Recreation has made the very difficult decision to not allow guest access to our facilities for the fall 2020 semester. As we navigate our return to campus plans to allow the use of Campus Recreation facilities while complying with local and state guidelines it is clear that we must restrict membership to allow our current student population priority access. Our hope is that we are able to invite all of our guests back as soon as possible! For questions please email us at email@example.com.