University Fitness Center - Residents & Post-Docs Membership
Every new membership starts with an orientation where a fitness staff member introduces you to the facility, services, and policies. An introduction to our equipment and services, our goal with the orientation is to get you started on the right foot and help you to establish a basic workout plan. This plan may include use of the facility and equipment, taking classes, and finding ways to be active outside of the facility-at home, at school, or at work.
This membership category includes Residents and Post Doctoral Fellows employed by Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center or Penn State University.
Spouses, significant others, and dependent children of residents are also eligible for membership. Please see the UFC membership fee schedule for resident rates or payroll deduction rates schedule.
*This pricing is effective August 1, 2007.
|Quarterly Rate||Semi Annual Rate||Annual Rate|
|Court Membership(s) - Each Membership||$20||$35||$60|
To be eligible for payroll deduction, you must be receiving a regular bi-weekly or monthly paycheck from Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center or Penn State University.
When enrolling in payroll deduction, it may be necessary to pay a one-time pro-rated fee form the starting date of membership to the effective date of payroll deduction.
|Bi-Weekly Deduction||Monthly Deduction|
|Residents & Fellows||$6.70||$14.50|
|Court Membership(s)-Each Membership||$2.30||$5|
A dependent is someone who is claimed on a parent's or guardian's tax records. Full time students between the ages of 18 and 24 are considered dependents. All individuals under the age of 18 must complete the UFC's Youth Certification Program to be eligible for membership.
Information for HMC employees covered under the group health plan
Reimbursement Form for Lifestyle Returns
Information for Penn State University employees covered under the group health plan
Reimbursement Form for Health Matters