How to obtain your Membership

Last updated on Mon, 25 Sep 2017 6:18 AM

Burnaby Campus Recreation Memberships:

Recreation Memberships are linked to ID Cards (SFU card, FIC card, Recreation Membership ID card, Temporary Membership card).

How to Activate your Membership

1)     Check your Membership eligibility

2)     Complete a waiver

3)     Bring your ID Card to access SFU Recreation facilities & services 

Do you still have questions? See Membership FAQ.

Step 1 - Eligibility

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Students who have been assessed the Recreation & Athletics fee and are registered for 3 or more credits at any campus are eligible for an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership.

Undergrads that have not been assessed the Recreation & Athletics fee may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. This may include students registered in audit courses, designated ‘off-campus’ programs, distance education, co-op, and graduate students.

Graduate Students

Graduate students who are assessed the Recreation & Athletics fee are eligible for an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. 

Co-op, Distance Education, Audit, and other "Off Campus" Students

Student who are designated as ‘off campus’ are not assessed the Recreation & Athletics fee and are therefore required to purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

Senior Students (60 yrs and older)

Students aged 60 and older may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership, unless the Recreation & Athletics fee has been assessed through their tuition. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

Students not enrolled in academic classes

Students who take a semester off from academic classes are considered SFU Community members and may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

*The SFU Community designation will be applied to a student who has taken academic classes within 1 year of the time of request. Those who have not taken academic classes within 1 year may purchase a Membership at the general public rate.

FIC Students (Fraser International College)

Active FIC students are eligible for an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership through a partnership agreement between the two institutions. 

FIC student Recreation Memberships are available 2 weeks after the start of academic classes. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

Staff and Faculty

Many staff and faculty are eligible for an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership as part of their staff benefits package. This includes full-time, continuing Faculty/CUPE/APSA/PolyParty/Excluded; Post-Doctoral Fellows (proof of employment required for PDF’s)

Other staff such as Part-Time/Temporary/Contract/Research Assistants/Sessional Instructors/Cornerstone Employees/SFU Childcare Staff may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

Surrey Staff and Faculty may purchase an SFU Surrey Recreation Membership from the Surrey Registrar’s Office.

At this time, there are no SFU Vancouver Recreation Memberships available for staff and faculty through SFU Recreation.

Alumni

SFU Alumni may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

UniverCity Residents

UniverCity residents may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

General Public

The general public may purchase an SFU Burnaby Recreation Membership. Memberships are available at the Recreation Office – Lorne Davies Complex 110 (across from the Aquatic Centre).

Step 2 - Complete a Waiver

Online Waiver

Available to SFU Students ONLY.

How to complete your online waiver:
   a) Login to the Student Information System
   b) Click on: “Complete your SFU Athletics & Recreation Waiver Now”
   c) Read and agree to the waiver

Completing the waiver online is not mandatory. SFU Students may complete a paper waiver if they choose.

Paper Waiver

-  Non-students must complete a paper waiver at the Recreation Office.
-  Recreation Office Hours of Operation

Step 3 - ID Cards & Access

ID Cards

ID Card – Recreation Memberships will be linked to existing ID cards where possible. The Recreation Membership will be linked to the SFU card for SFU students and continuing staff and faculty.  It will be linked to the FIC card for FIC students. For those not affiliated with SFU, a Recreation Membership ID card will be produced.

  • SFU students that meet the Membership eligibility criteria and have completed the waiver online will have their Recreation Membership automatically linked to their SFU ID Card and DO NOT need to visit the Recreation Office. 
  • SFU staff/faculty must visit the Recreation Office to complete the activation process.
  • Don’t have an SFU ID Card?
    • Obtain your SFU ID Card from the Burnaby Registrar’s Office on the top floor of Maggie Benston Centre.  We recommend that you obtain your SFU ID Card prior to August 31st to avoid lengthy line-ups.  Please bring photo ID (driver’s license / passport) for processing purposes.

Recreation Membership ID Cards – These cards are intended for non-continuing SFU staff and faculty, and members who are not affiliated with the University.  *This may include Alumni, UniverCity residents, and the general public. These cards will be produced at the Recreation Office and will include the member’s photo & a barcode for scanning purposes.

Access to Recreation facilities & services:

Members must have their ID Card with them in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services. Members must be able to present their ID Card to Recreation staff when requested.

Barcode scanning stations will be utilized in the Fitness Centre, Aquatic Centre and gymnasiums for Membership validation purposes. Please ensure you have your ID Card with you at all times when using the facilities.

BURNABY MEMBERSHIP FAQ'S

SFU Students

  1. How do I activate my Recreation Membership?
  2. How do I complete the waiver form?
  3. How is my Recreation Membership linked to my SFU Card?
  4. Do I need to visit the Recreation Office?
  5. What if I have not been issued or have misplaced my ID card?
  6. Are exchange students eligible for a Recreation Membership?
  7. Are FIC students eligible for a Recreation Membership?
  8. When do I renew my Recreation Membership?
  9. What can I access with my Recreation Membership?
  10. Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?
  11. Do my family members need to be present when purchasing a Family Membership?
  12. What if my family members cannot visit the Rec Office during business hours?

 

1) How do I activate my Recreation Membership?

Recreation Memberships are included in tuition for students who are registered for 3 or more credits and who are not registered in designated “off-campus” programs (may include distance education, co-op, on-line courses and some graduate students) – see eligibility information.

How to Activate your Membership:
1)      Check your Membership eligibility
2)      Complete a waiver
3)      Bring your ID Card to access Recreation facilities and services

 

2) How do I complete the waiver form?

Eligible students are still required to agree to and submit a waiver form. The waiver can now be completed online! 

How to complete your waiver online:

1) Login to the Student Information System
2) Click on: “Complete SFU Athletics & Recreation Waiver Now”
3) Read and agree to the waiver


How to complete a paper waiver:

If you would prefer to complete a paper waiver, you can do so at the Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex – 110) during business hours.

 

3) How is my Recreation Membership linked to my SFU Card?

If you meet the Membership eligibility criteria and have completed the waiver online, your Recreation Membership will automatically be linked to your SFU Card and you DO NOT need to visit the Recreation Office.

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4) Do I need to visit the Recreation Office?

Students only need to visit the Recreation Office if they:

- Want to complete a paper waiver instead of completing it online.
- Do not meet the Membership eligibility criteria
- Are FIC or exchange students
- Want to purchase a Membership for a family member (see Family Membership information below).
- Want to purchase a book or gym locker.

Otherwise, if you have agreed to and submitted your waiver online, your Recreation Membership will automatically be linked to your SFU card and you can simply proceed with using Recreation facilities and services.

 

5) What if I have not been issued or have misplaced my ID card?

New students will typically receive their SFU Card during their orientation process. Students who do not participate in orientation must visit the Burnaby Registrar’s office (top floor of Maggie Benston Centre) or either the Surrey or Vancouver Registrar Offices to have their photo taken and receive their SFU card. First time obtainment of an SFU card is free. If you lose your SFU card after first time obtainment, then the Registrar’s office will assess a replacement fee. Please bring photo ID (driver’s license / passport) for processing purposes.

 

6) Are exchange students eligible for a Recreation Membership?

If you meet the Membership eligibility criteria and have completed the liability waiver you may obtain a Recreation Membership.  Exchange students must visit the Recreation Office to activate their Membership, which will be valid for one semester.

 

 

7) Are FIC students eligible for a Recreation Membership?

FIC student Recreation Memberships will be available approximately 2 weeks from the start of the academic term. This delay is due to the time required to input FIC student information into the SFU Student Information System.

FIC students can activate their Recreation Membership by:

1) Visiting the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110).
2) Agreeing to and submitting a waiver form.

After the waiver form has been submitted, the Recreation Membership will be linked directly to the FIC card. The Membership will be active for one semester, provided that the individual remains an active FIC student and meets eligibility criteria over that timeframe.

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8) When do I renew my Recreation Membership?

Burnaby Recreation Memberships will continue to be active as long as the student's eligibility status is maintained. Burnaby members who maintain their eligibility status will have to agree to and submit a new liability waiver form (now available online) at the beginning of each new school year (September).

Burnaby students must maintain their eligibility each semester, or the Recreation Membership will automatically be deactivated from the SFU card. This includes students who, at any time (i.e. by dropping classes) fall below the mandatory 3 credits guideline, or who switch to a designated “off-campus” program (i.e. distance education, on-line courses and co-op). Students who are no longer eligible can purchase a Membership at an annual, semester, or monthly rate. Details for Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

SFU Surrey and Vancouver Recreation Members who maintain their eligibility status will have to agree to and submit a new liability waiver form (now available online) at the beginning of each new school year (September) AND must continue to visit the Surrey / Vancouver Registrar Office each semester in order to receive a new Recreation sticker. Registrar staff will place a sticker on the back of the SFU card after which Memberships can be activated at designated Surrey / Vancouver Recreation Centres.

 

9) What can I access with my Recreation Membership?

Burnaby Recreation Members have access to the Fitness Centre, Drop-in Swim, Drop-in Sports, Intramural Leagues, squash, racquetball, and tennis courts, table tennis, and the outdoor track. Recreation programs are open to non-members but program participants are still required to agree to and submit a waiver form.

All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Burnaby Recreation facilities and services. Barcode scanning stations are installed at the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre entrances. Members will scan their ID card at these access points and Recreation staff members will be present for validation of Membership. Portable barcode scanning stations or a manual validation process will also be available for use in the gymnasiums and fields for Drop-in Sports, Intramurals, and other activities.

An SFU Surrey Recreation Membership provides access to City of Surrey operated fitness centres, pools, and ice rinks, as well as non–registered aquatic/fitness programs at participating facilities.

The SFU Vancouver Recreation Membership provides access to Vancouver Parks Board operated fitness centres, public skating, and public swimming sessions during operating hours at participating facilities.

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10) Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?

SFU Recreation has revised the Family Membership plan for SFU students. The primary account holder (SFU student) must first have an active Membership before family members are eligible to receive the family rate. SFU Recreation will assess Family Membership fees per dependent. For example, the first dependent for an annual Membership plan will be assessed a fee of $114.00. Any additional dependents will be charged $57.00 per person. Clients will, however, also have the option of purchasing semester or monthly plans. Details for Family Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

 

11) Do my family members need to be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

The primary account holder (SFU Student) must first have an active Membership before family members are eligible to receive the family rate. The primary account holder (SFU student) may purchase the Family Membership plan without all family members present.

Adult family members must visit the SFU Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex 110) separately to agree to and submit the liability waiver form and have their picture taken for the ID card. The primary account holder (SFU student) must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate.

SFU Recreation Office Hours of Operation

 

 

12) What if my family members cannot visit the Rec Office during business hours?

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

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SFU Staff & Faculty


  1. Who is eligible for a Recreation Membership?
  2. How do I activate my Recreation Membership?
  3. When can I activate my Recreation Membership?
  4. When do I renew my Recreation Membership?
  5. What if I have not been issued or have misplaced my ID card?
  6. What can I access with my Recreation Membership?
  7. Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?
  8. Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

 

1) Who is eligible for a Recreation Membership?

Burnaby Memberships are included in staff benefit packages for most continuing staff and faculty, including CUPE, APSA, APEX, Poly Party, and PDF staff.

Other SFU staff, such as Sessionals, Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, and temporary staff may purchase a Burnaby Recreation Membership at a discounted rate. Details for Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

Surrey staff and faculty may purchase a Surrey Recreation Membership at a semesterly rate of $45.00.

At this time, there are no Vancouver Recreation Memberships available for staff and faculty through SFU Recreation.

 

2) How do I activate my Recreation Membership?

Most continuing, contract, and other staff are provided an SFU card when they begin employment at the university. The Burnaby Recreation Membership will be linked to the SFU card for those employees who receive the Membership as part of their staff benefit package. At this time, these employees must visit the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) and agree to and submit a waiver form in order to complete the Membership activation process. Your SFU card will not be activated for Recreation use until this waiver form has been submitted.

Staff members who do not receive the Recreation Membership as a benefit must also pay their associated fee when they submit their waiver form at the Recreation Office.

Surrey staff members must visit the Surrey Registrar’s Office to pay the fee and submit a waiver form. Eligible staff will receive a Recreation sticker on the back of their SFU card after which Memberships can be activated at the North Surrey Recreation Centre.

At this time, there are no Vancouver Recreation Memberships available for staff and faculty through SFU Recreation.

 

3) When can I activate my Recreation Membership?

You can activate your Membership at any time by visiting the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) during business hours.  SFU employees will be asked to show their SFU card and submit a liability waiver form in order to activate their Membership. 

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

All patrons must present their  ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

 

4) When do I renew my Recreation Membership?

Most continuing SFU employees will renew their Recreation Memberships on an annual basis.  Renewal will consist only of agreeing to and submitting a new waiver form for the upcoming year.

Non-continuing or other staff members who need to purchase their Membership will have the option of selecting from an annual, semester, or monthly Membership plan. Details for Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

When a Membership plan expires or is otherwise terminated (i.e. due to a continuing employee leaving their position at SFU), then the Recreation Membership will be deactivated from the SFU card and access will not be granted until the Membership is renewed.

SFU Surrey members will now only have to agree to and submit a waiver on an annual basis, but must continue to visit the Surrey Registrar Office each semester in order to receive a new Recreation sticker. Registrar staff will place a sticker on the back of the SFU card after which Memberships can be activated at the North Surrey Recreation Centre.

At this time, there are no Vancouver Recreation Memberships available for staff and faculty through SFU Recreation.

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5) What if I have not been issued or have misplaced the SFU card?

If you have not been issued a valid SFU card, you can obtain one from the Burnaby Registrar’s Office (top floor of Maggie Benston Centre) or at either the Surrey or Vancouver Campus Registrar Offices. First time obtainment of an SFU card is free. In addition, if you have a SFU card that needs to be updated, the SFU Registrar will provide one free replacement. If you lose a current SFU card, than the Registrar’s office may assess a replacement fee.

In certain cases, staff may not have access to obtain an SFU card. In these cases only, the SFU Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex 110) will issue a Recreation Membership ID card that can be used to access SFU Burnaby Recreation facilities. The replacement fee for lost or stolen Recreation Membership ID cards is $17.00.

 

6) What can I access with my Recreation Membership?

Burnaby Recreation members are provided with access to the Fitness Centre, Drop-in Swims, Drop-in Sports, Intramural Leagues, squash, racquetball, and tennis courts, table tennis, and the outdoor track. Recreation programs are open to non-members but program participants are still required to agree to and submit a waiver form.

All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

Barcode scanning stations will be installed at the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre entrances. Members will scan their ID cards at these access points and Recreation staff members will be present for validation of Membership. Portable barcode scanning stations or a manual validation process will also be available for use in the gymnasiums and fields for Drop-in Sports, Intramurals, and other activities.

An SFU Surrey Recreation Membership provides access to City of Surrey operated fitness centres, pools, and ice rinks, as well as non–registered aquatic/fitness programs at participating facilities.

At this time, there are no Vancouver Recreation Memberships available for staff and faculty through SFU Recreation.

7) Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?

SFU Recreation has revised the family Membership plan for SFU employees. The primary account holder (SFU employee) must first have an active membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate. SFU Recreation will assess family Membership fees per dependent. For example, the first dependent for an annual Membership plan will be assessed a fee of $114.00. Any additional dependents will be charged $57.00 per person. Clients will, however, also have the option of purchasing semester or monthly plans. Details for Family Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

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8) Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

The primary account holder (SFU employee) may purchase the Family Membership plan without all family members present, but any dependent 19 years or older must agree to and submit a waiver form in the presence of a Recreation staff member. Dependents under 19 years of age must have their parent/guardian sign an assumption of risk agreement prior to receiving their Membership.

Adult family members must visit the SFU Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex 110) separately to agree to and submit the waiver form and have their picture taken for the Recreation Membership ID card. The primary account holder (SFU employee) must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate.

SFU Recreation Office Hours of Operation

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

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SFU Alumni


  1. How do I activate my Recreation Membership?
  2. What if I cannot visit the Recreation Office during business hours?
  3. When can I activate my Recreation Membership?
  4. What if I have misplaced my ID card?
  5. What can I access with my ID card?
  6. Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?
  7. Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

 

1) How do I activate my Recreation Membership?

1)      Visit the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) during business hours.

2)      Complete a liability waiver form.

3)      Once purchased, your Membership will be linked to your SFU ID Card (if you have one) or an Recreation Membership ID Card will be produced for you.

4)      Bring your SFU ID Card or Recreation Membership ID Card to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

 

2) What if I cannot visit the office during business hours?

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

3) When can I activate my Recreation Membership?

You can activate your Membership at the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) during business hours.
All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

 

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4) What if I have misplaced the ID card?

If you lose a current SFU ID card you can obtain a new one from the Burnaby Registrar’s office (top floor of Maggie Benston Centre). A replacement fee may be assessed.

If you lose your Recreation Membership ID Card you can obtain a new one from the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110).  A replacement fee of $17.00 may be assessed.

 

5) What can I access with my ID card?

Recreation Members have access to the Fitness Centre, Drop-in Swim, Drop-in Sports, Intramural Leagues, squash, racquetball, and tennis courts, and the outdoor track. Recreation programs are open to non-members but program participants are still required to agree to and submit a waiver form.

All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

Barcode scanning stations will be installed at the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre entrances. Members will scan their ID cards at these access points and Recreation staff members will be present for validation of Membership. Portable barcode scanning stations or a manual validation process will also be available for use in the gymnasiums and fields for Drop-in Sports, Intramurals, and other activities.

 

6) Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?

SFU Recreation has revised our Family Membership plans. The primary account holder must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate. SFU Recreation will assess Family Membership fees per dependent. Details for Family Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

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7) Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

The primary account holder (SFU alumnus) may purchase the Family Membership plan without all family members present, but any dependent 19 years or older must agree to and submit a waiver form in the presence of an Recreation staff member. Dependents under 19 years of age must have their parent/guardian sign an assumption of risk agreement prior to receiving their Membership.

Adult family members must visit the SFU Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex 110) separately to agree to and submit the waiver form and have their picture taken for the ID card. The primary account holder (SFU alumnus) must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate.

SFU Recreation Office Hours of Operation

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

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UniverCity Residents & General Public


  1. What are the Recreation Membership rates?
  2. How do activate my Recreation Membership?
  3. What if I cannot visit the Recreation Office during business hours?
  4. When can I activate my Recreation Membership?
  5. What if I have misplaced my ID card?
  6. What can I access with my ID card?
  7. Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?
  8. Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

 

1) What are the Recreation Membership rates?

Details for Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

 

2) How do I activate my Recreation Membership?

1)      Visit the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) during business hours.

2)      Complete a liability waiver form.

3)      Once purchased, your Membership will be linked to your SFU ID Card (if you have one) or an Recreation Membership ID Card will be produced for you.

4)      Bring your SFU ID Card or Recreation Membership ID Card to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

 

3) What if I cannot visit the Recreation Office during business hours?

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

4) When can I activate my Recreation Membership?

You can activate your Membership at the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110) during business hours.

All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

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5) What if I have misplaced my ID card?

If you lose your Recreation Membership ID Card you can obtain a new one from the Recreation Office (Lorne Davis Complex 110).  A replacement fee of $17.00 may be assessed.

 

6) What can I access with my ID card?

Recreation members have access to the Fitness Centre, Drop-in Swim, Drop-in Sports, Intramural Leagues, squash, racquetball, and tennis courts, and the outdoor track. Recreation programs are open to non-members but program participants are still required to agree to and submit a waiver form.

All members must present their ID card in order to access SFU Recreation facilities and services.

Barcode scanning stations will be installed at the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre entrances. Members will scan their ID cards at these access points and Recreation staff members will be present for validation of Membership. Portable barcode scanning stations or a manual validation process will also be available for use in the gymnasiums and fields for Drop-in Sports, Intramurals, and other activities.

 

7) Do you provide a family rate for Memberships?

SFU Recreation has revised our Family Membership plans. The primary account holder must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate. SFU Recreation will assess Family Membership fees per dependent. Details for Family Membership rates can be found at the Burnaby Recreation fee schedule.

Back to FAQ's

 

8) Must my family members be present when purchasing a Family Membership?

The primary account holder may purchase the Family Membership plan without all family members present, but any dependent 19 years or older must agree to and submit a waiver form in the presence of a Recreation staff member. Dependents under 19 years of age must have their parent/guardian sign an assumption of risk agreement prior to receiving their Membership.

Adult family members must visit the Recreation Office (Lorne Davies Complex 110) separately to agree to and submit the waiver form and have their picture taken for the ID card. The primary account holder must first have an active Membership in place before family members are eligible to receive the family rate.

SFU Recreation Office Hours of Operation

For after-hours service (evenings & weekends) please visit the Equipment Room (access via the General Change Rooms on the bottom floor of the Lorne Davies Complex). Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 7:00am-10:00pm / Sat & Sun 8:00am-10:00pm.

 

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