Seattle University Students receive a UREC membership as part of their tuition fee. UREC offers additional memberships to current Faculty, Staff at no additional cost. We offer SU Alumni and partners or dependents of those groups for a small membership fee. UREC is not able to offer membership to community members.
To sign-up for a membership, stop by the Member Services desk with payments ready (cash, credit card, or check). We can not renew memberships over the phone. Please bring a drivers license as well as the any additional documentation:
Cancelation Policy: To end or suspend a membership with a monthly billing cycle, email the Member Services at email@example.com at least five business days in advance of the next billing cycle. Failure to do so will result in the member being billed, and no refund will be provided.
*Indicates that the individual must register with affiliated individual present
Students are assessed a fee, which is included in their tuition invoice from Seattle University. Faculty/Staff receive a free membership to the facility as part of their benefits package.
Students who are matriculating at the university, but not currently enrolled in a class must pay $65 at UREC to register for a membership for the term in which they are not enrolled.
All members must present their Seattle University ID to access the facility. Students, Faculty, and Staff may add a Legally Domiciled Adult and Dependent(s) to their membership. All individuals must be present at the initial registration and only the primary member (Students, Faculty, and Staff) may renew the membership.
To obtain an alumni membership, an individual must have earned at least 90 credits at Seattle University and/or earned a degree.
LDAs of member may obtain membership to UREC. In accordance with the requirements set forth by Seattle University Human Resources, to be considered an LDA, an individual must meet the following criteria:
An LDA is an individual over 18 who has for at least 6 months lived in the same principal residence with the sponsor and remains a member of the sponsor's household throughout the coverage period, and who either:
An individual must present their driver's license in addition to the following upon initially obtaining a membership. Upon renewals documentation will be verified on an annual basis.
*If at any time a sponsor loses their access to the facility (no longer employed at the University, etc.), the LDA will also forfeit his/her membership.
Dependents of members may obtain a membership to UREC. In accordance with the requirements set forth by Seattle University Human Resources, to be considered a dependent, an individual must meet the following criteria:
A dependent is an individual who is an unmarried dependent up to age 26 (as defined by IRS regulations) who is one of the following in relation to the member:
No documentation is required to register a dependent under the age of 16 for a membership. Those dependents 16 years of age or older must provide documentation verifying their age upon initial enrollment or when they turn 16 and want to acquire their own membership ID. Acceptable documentation includes, but is not limited to the following:
*If at any time the sponsor loses his/her membership to the facility, the dependent(s) also forfeits his/her membership.
UREC members may sponsor up to four guests at a time at a cost of $8 per person per visit. Each individual must have a photo ID and must enter the facility with the member. Other restrictions apply.