Southeast Missouri State University

Eligibility and Privileges

The primary goal of Recreation Services at Southeast is to provide quality recreation, fitness and social opportunities to the University community. We realize that the Southeast family consists of spouses, dependents, alumni, community members and University guests. It is with our mission and our constituents in mind that we offer a variety of membership opportunities.

The primary goal of Recreation Services at Southeast is to provide quality recreation, fitness and social opportunities to the University community. We realize that the Southeast family consists of spouses, dependents, alumni, community members and University guests. It is with our mission and our constituents in mind that we offer a variety of membership opportunities.

Membership Options

Students

Students that pay a general fee and are taking “for college credit” classes on the Cape campus are permitted to use recreational facilities FREE of charge. All you need is to show your Redhawks ID card at the Operation Center.  Students who are not taking summer classes (i.e. not paying general fees) may purchase a summer membership for $30.

University Affiliated

Approved verified affiliations are as follows:
Adjunct appointments
Campus Interns
Campus Ministers
Chartwells employees
Cooperating teachers in the community
Cottonwood employees
Dual-enrolled students (taking high school classes and SEMO classes at the same time)
Emeritus faculty, staff, and their spouses
Current faculty and staff at any Southeast campus
Current students of any regional Southeast campus (Malden, Sikeston, Perryville, Kennett)
Verified spouses of SEMO students
Verified retirees from SEMO

Alumni

Verified as being on “alumni status” with the university. Please contact the Department of Recreation Services to verify alumni status.

Community

Patrons in the community that no have verified affiliation with the university. Memberships to use the SRC’s and the Student Aquatic Center are available to university affiliates (employees, etc.), Alumni of Southeast, community members, and spouses. You may join the Student Recreation Center through a variety of memberships offered to our patrons:

Membership Rates

Download a copy of our membership rate sheet

All-Inclusive Membership

(Includes both SRC and Student Aquatic Center [SAQ] Membership)

Category Fall Spring Summer

3 Semester

Monthly

University Affiliate $82 $82 $49 $192 $20
Alumni $164 $164 $81 $368 $35
Community $237 $237 $120 $534 $55
Student     $30    


Full Student Recreation Center Membership

(valid at both SRC’s-North and South)
Includes full use of the Student Recreation Centers during operational hours

 

Category Fall Spring Summer

3 Semester

Monthly

University Affiliate $61 $61 $36 $142 $15
Alumni $122 $122 $60 $274 $30
Community $190 $190 $108 $439 $45


Full membership is for anyone 16 years of age and older (those 16 and 17 need a parent to sign a waiver) and these patrons have the ability to purchase privileges for other Recreation Services programs.

Limited Student Recreation Center Membership

(valid at both SRC’s: Mon-Fri 5:30am-2:00pm) ONLY
Patrons must be in the SRC by 2:00pm and cannot use the SRC’s on weekends

Category Fall Spring Summer

3 Semester

University Affiliate $34 $34 $18 $77
Alumni $67 $67 $34 $151
Community $82 $82 $54 $196

 

Limited membership is for anyone 16 years of age and older (those 16 and 17 need a parent to sign a waiver) and these patrons have the ability to purchase privileges for most other Recreation Services programs.

Student Aquatic Center

(SAQ) ONLY Membership (Includes Student Aquatic Center)

Category Fall Spring Summer

3 Semester

University Affiliate $30 $30 $18 $70
Alumni $60 $60 $30 $135
Community $95 $95 $54 $220

 

*3-semester discount will apply when full-year membership is paid in full

Family Memberships

Family memberships are all inclusive only and includes use of BOTH the SRC’s and the SAQ for the year. The “family plan” is good for up to four family members (dependents can only be between the ages of 16 and 23 to use this plan). Patrons must still also observe “Family Hours” (Friday 5 p.m. - Sunday 5 p.m.) during academic sessions for those ages 15 and younger. Family members added can only be spouses or children.

Category Price

University Affiliate $345 (compare to $384 for 2 memberships)
Alumni $662 (compare to $736 for 2 memberships)
Community $961 (compare to $1,068 for 2 memberships)

Reduced Rate Dates

Membership fees (all but family memberships) are pro-rated and reduced each semester. Patrons wanting to wait until the “mid-point” will pay 40% less on their membership fees:

Semester Begin Date End Date Mid-Point
Spring 2013 Jan. 14 May 19 March 17
Summer 2013 May 20 Aug. 25 June 30
Fall 2013 Aug. 26 Jan. 20, 2014 Oct. 18

Membership Parameters

It is expected that all students and members will abide by all posted and known policies for the SRC’s and all recreational facilities (both indoor and out). It is a privilege to have such a membership, not a right. Thus, any violations of the Student Conduct Code or not abiding by stated policies and procedures may result in forfeiture of your membership and non-refund of all fees. All memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable. The department will give only pro-rated refunds to members based on a verified doctor’s note and discussion with the Director of Recreation Services.

Parking

With the purchase of a Community or Alumni membership, a free semester parking pass is included. When purchasing your membership, please have your license plate number (and state) information to complete your paperwork. The Department of Recreation Services is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any tickets issued for improper parking. Patrons may park in the upper lot (west of the SRC-North) or in the lower lot (just under the pedestrian bridge at SRC-North. Parking for SRC-South is available on the Broadway Street side (look for signage indicating member parking). Parking maps are available in the Department of Recreation Services (SRC-North, Room 101) upon registration of your vehicle.

Payment of Services

Memberships can be purchased during regular SRC hours. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, local check (for exact amount) and cash. Payroll deduction is available to all Southeast faculty and staff on the Cape Girardeau campus. Ask for more details when purchasing your membership.

Facility Usage Guidelines

  • Students not enrolled in a summer class but are pre-enrolled for the next fall may use recreational facilities on campus, but a fee of $30 will be charged as no student fee is collected from non-enrolled students.
  • Spouses and dependents of students who are 16 years of age or older may purchase a membership to use recreational facilities and services.
  • Guests are permitted into the facility by a valid student or member. The guest is the responsibility of the SEMO-affiliated individual at all times and the guest must be accompanied by the SEMO-affiliated patrons at all times.
  • Daily guest passes (a guest pass is valid for one day) are $5/pass.
  • All guests must present a valid photo ID to be left at the Operation center while guests are using the facility. This ID will be returned to the guest upon leaving the facility.
  • Family times in the SRC’s are 5 p.m. – Friday through 5 p.m. Sunday.

Equipment Rental and Checkout

The Student Recreation Centers offers a variety of FREE and rentable sports equipment for students and members. 

 
 
 

Summer Facility Hours (May 18 - Aug. 20)

SRC-North:
Monday - Friday: 5:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Noon - 7 p.m.

SAQ:
Monday - Friday: 5:30 - 7:30 a.m.; 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.; 4 - 7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Noon - 5 p.m.

SRC-South:
Monday - Friday: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

*All facilities will be closed May 26 & July 4.

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