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Comments Jun 30, 2014 2:57 pm

If you have signed up for any class and are a tuition-paying student, the University requires you to pay the fees, which include Campus Recreation fees for the summer. As a goodwill gesture, Campus Recreation offers non-tuition paying students who are in town during the summer an opportunity to purchase a membership at the same rate as the recreation fee is as part of the tuition-paying student fee ($84). The other fees are for other programs at the University. This is the same as during a normal fall/spring semester. A student who is paying tuition, can't just buy a Campus Rec membership. They have to have the fees assessed. This is totally out of Campus Recreation's hands. Sorry for any confusion, but this is all from a University level; not a Campus Recreation policy.

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