Campus Recreation Center Card
Students currently enrolled at UNC automatically become members of the Campus Recreation Center when they pay their student fees. In the summer, students who are not taking classes but are enrolled for fall classes may purchase summer membership to the Campus Recreation Center. A membership form along with the student's fall schedule must be completed and returned to the Campus Recreation Center Administrative Office. The only card that will be accepted at the Campus Recreation Center is "the UNC Card." As long as the card is valid, working properly and the student is registered the UNC Card allows students to access this facility. The UNC Card verifies that the student presenting the card is a UNC student paying student fees, then allows that student to enter.
The Campus Recreation Center, with over 90,000 square feet of activity space, is one of the most popular locales on campus. The Recreation Center is a multi-purpose facility for the recreational and fitness needs of the students and employees of the University of Northern Colorado.
The Campus Recreation Center offers formal and drop-in fitness, recreational sports and wellness programs. There are large activity spaces for strength training and conditioning, three multi-purpose gymnasiums with hardwood floors (featuring a total of six basketball courts), an indoor 1/10 mile jogging track, three racquetball courts, an indoor climbing wall, two group fitness and exercise rooms, locker rooms, meeting spaces and department administrative offices. Campus Recreation programs also utilize 2 lighted synthetic turf fields, 6 lighted natural turf fields, and various other fields throughout campus.
If you are paying student fees and your UNC Card still fails to work at the Campus Recreation Center, stop by the UNC Card Office located on the lower level of the University Center.