Who Can Join
Any regularly enrolled CSUSB student is automatically a member. Student membership fee's are included in their tuition. CSUSB Students have access to all programs offered by Recreational & Wellness. Don't forget to bring your Coyote-One card.
Faculty, Staff & Alumni Association
Any current CSUSB faculty, staff, or Alumni Association member is eligible for a membership. See the prices listed below.
Individuals 18 years of age or older who live at the same address as an enrolled CSUSB student or a Student Recreation & Wellness Center member, are eligible to use our facilities as an "affiliate" member or "sponsored guest". This membership allows use of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center and the pool.
Continuing and Non-Summer School Students
Students, not currently enrolled, are eligible to purchase a membership for the quarter following any regular quarter they pay registration fees. A continuing student is one who took classes in the previous quarter, is taking one quarter off and will continue to take classes in the following quarter.
Memberships to use the pool can be purchased on a daily, monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
Memberships may be purchased at the Student Recreation & Wellness Center.
For regularly enrolled students, membership is included in their tuition each quarter.
- Quarterly: $41.00
Faculty, Staff & Alumni Association
- Annual: $140.00
- Academic Year(Sept-June only): $125.00
- Quarterly: $45.00
- Monthly: $30.00
- Daily: $5.00
(Extended Learning Students and Sponsored Guests, includes all programs offered by Recreation & Wellness)
- Annual: $200.00
- Academic Year: $175.00
- Quarterly: $65.00
- Monthly: $45.00
- Daily: $7.00
- Annual: $60.00
- Quarterly: $20.00
- Monthly: $15.00
- Daily: $3.00
- Summer Community Family Pass: $65 for up to 4 members and $15 for each additional member
- Summer Community Individual Pass: $30
- Summer CSUSB Affiliate Family Pass: $35 for up to 4 members and $10 for each additional member
- Summer CSUSB Affiliate Individual Pass: $20
As a member of the Student Recreation & Wellness Center you are entitled to use our lendable equipment for free. To use the equipment just ask anyone at the membership services desk. The equipment that is currently available to you is:
- Basketballs (indoor/outdoor)
- Volleyballs (indoor/outdoor)
- Soccer balls (indoor/outdoor)
- Tennis rackets
- Badminton rackets
- Ping Pong paddles
- Climbing harness
- Climbing shoes
- Chalk bag
- Abs slings
- Dip belt
- Pushup bars
- Resistance bands (yellow, red, and blue)
- Weight belt (small, medium, large, extra-large)
- Bicycle helmets
- Boxing gloves
- Focus mitts
- Jump ropes
- Foam rollers
Visit the Parking Services website for more information on parking at the Student Recreation & Wellness Center.
Items For Sale
We have items that can be purchased at the membership services desk for your convenience. The items that are available to be purchased are:
|Tennis Balls (Pack of 3)||$2.00|
|Racquet Balls (Pack of 3)||$4.00|
|Leader Swim Goggles||$4.00|
|TYR Latex Swim Cap||$2.00|
|Speedo Lycra Swim Cap||$8.00|
|Recreation and Wellness Deluxe Flip Flops||$12.00|
The CSUSB Student Recreation & Wellness Center employs a biometric hand reader to better serve the members of the SRWC. The hand reader allows members to enter the facility in less time and without the need to bring their Coyote OneCard or other photo ID.
Biometrics identifies people by a unique human characteristic. The size and shape of a hand, a fingerprint, the voice and several aspects of the eye are just some unique attributes. "The word "biometric" simply means the measurement of a living trait, whether physiological or behavioral. Biometric technologies compare a person's unique characteristics against a previously enrolled image for the purpose of recognizing." The method the SRWC hand reader utilizes is hand geometry. Hand geometry verifies an individual's identity based on the size and shape of the hand. It does not take fingerprints or handprints. Hand Geometry has been in use longer than any other biometric. Two-dimensional hand geometry devices have been around since the 1970's.
The SRWC hand readers measure the unique size and shape of the fingers and hand. Over 90 different measurements are made such as, length, width, thickness and surface area. No finger prints or palm prints are taken. If your right hand is injured you can be enrolled with your left hand.