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Welcome to Campus Rec, where the possibilities for good health, memorable experiences, and learning are at your fingertips. Here at Campus Rec, we focus on improving the wellbeing of our members by providing an inclusive and welcoming environment where recreation and wellness opportunities inspire, empower, and educate people to be positive contributors to the global community.

Membership Overview

  • All ֱState students enrolled in at least one credit and paying PSU tuition and fees are automatically Campus Rec members.
  • We also offer faculty, staff, alumni, and plus one memberships.
  • Prior to entering the Rec Center, you must sign a one-time electronic release form online in order to use the facility and/or participate in Campus Rec programs.
  • Current PSU students, faculty and staff can use a valid PSU ID card to access the Rec Center. If you do not have a valid PSU ID card,contact ID Services in order to obtain one.If you forget your PSU ID, you may use a government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license or passport to access the facility.
  • If you are nota current PSU student, faculty, or staff member, complete the (opens in a new window)to request an access badge.
  • Campus Rec memberships cannot be prorated. We close the facility for approximately 12 days during the year for cleaning and staff training. The facility is also closed for all state-recognized and PSU-recognized holidays. Membership pricing and benefits take these closures into account. Review ourHours & Closures for more information.

Membership Benefits

  • Free, drop-in group exercise (Group X) classes
  • Affordable personal training options
  • Free day-use lockers with your own lock
  • Dedicated locker and towel serviceavailable for a small fee
  • 80+ pieces of cardio equipment and 100+ pieces of weight training equipment
  • 32-foot climbing wall
  • Six-lane lap pool and 10-person spa
  • Three multipurpose exercise and activity rooms
  • Two wood-floor courts for various sports and activities
  • Indoor soccer and multi-sport court with dasher boards
  • 1/11-mile elevated indoor running track
  • Two locker rooms, each equipped with over 400 lockers
  • Two universal changing rooms with showers
  • Equipment Checkout offering a full menu of items for use

Building Access


24/7 Card Access Required

To improve campus safety and bring the Academic and Student Recreation Center (ASRC) building into alignment with other buildings on the PSU campus, the exterior doors to the ASRC are locked at all times and require a valid PSU ID card or ASRC access badge for entry into the building.

If you already have a valid PSU ID card or ASRC access badge:

You are all set! No action is needed from you at this time, other than to bring your ID card or access badge with you each time you visit the Rec Center.

If you do not have a valid PSU ID card or ASRC access badge:

  • Current PSU students, faculty and staffcan contact PSU'sID Servicesin order to obtain a valid PSU ID card.
  • All other Campus Rec memberscan use anASRC access badge to access the ASRC building. If you do not have an ASRC access badge, please complete the.
    • You must have an active Campus Rec membership in order to request an access badge.
    • Access badges cost $21 to cover the cost of printing.
    • After submitting the form, you will be notified when your badge is ready for pickup atMember Services. Please bring a valid photo ID in order to obtain your access badge.

If you have questions regarding the change in building access, please contact Member Services Coordinator, Joe Hanseling, by email at joseph.hanseling@pdx.edu or by phone at (503) 725-2943.


Access Issues

If your PSU student access to the Rec Center is denied, here are some potential reasons:

  • The Student Rec Fee has not been assessed to your account
  • There is a hold on your account
  • Your class registration has not been processed
  • Your special registration through signature has not been approved through your department
  • You have dropped a class and are no longer a student

If your PSU faculty/staff access to the Rec Center is denied, here are some potential reasons:

  • Your nine-month employment contract has expired and you are no longer receiving a paycheck
  • Your position at ֱState has changed
  • Your are receiving tuition-remission, which does not include the Student Rec Center fee

SIGN WAIVER

Prior to entering the Rec Center, you must sign a one-time electronic waiver online. Select your membership type below to access the online Member Portal and sign the waiver electronically.

Winter 2024 UPDATE: With the launch of the Member Portal in January 2024, all Campus Rec members and guests will need to sign a new Campus Rec waiver in order to gain access to the Rec Center facility. For instructions on accessing the Member Portal, see our Member Portal FAQs below.

Interested in learning what is on the waiver before you sign?Review a PDF sample waiver prior to signing the electronic waiver online.

Sign Waiver - Select Your Membership Type

Member Portal FAQs

We are excited to roll out a new online member portal and mobile app in winter 2024! Experience ֱState Campus Rec from the convenience of your computer and phone. With Campus Rec'smember portal and mobile app, you can:

  • Renew your Campus Rec membership
  • Reserve your spot for our free Group X fitness classes
  • Pre-register for climbing events
  • Register for outdoor trips
  • Sign up and pay for adult swim clinics and youth swim lessons
  • Purchase personal training sessions
  • Renew locker and towel services
  • And more!

PSU Students & Benefits-Eligible Faculty/Staff

Current PSU students and benefits-eligible faculty/staff (who pay for their membership through payroll deduction) can login to the Member Portal by clicking Sign In (upper right-hand corner), selecting the green ODIN ACCOUNT LOGIN button, and entering your Odin username and password into PSU's Single Sign-On to access the portal.

All Other Campus Rec Members

All other Campus Rec members can sign in to the Member Portal by entering the email address associated with your account under the Non-ODIN Email or Username section, followed by the password associated with your account.

If you have not yet created an account on the Member Portal, follow the steps outlined below.

Create a Member Portal account:

  1. Visit the
  2. ClickSign In in the upper right corner
  3. Click SIGN UP in the lower right corner
  4. Create an account with your:
  5. First/Preferred Name and Last Name
  6. Date of Birth and Phone Number
  7. Email and Password (use the email address we sent this email to)
  8. Check the box to subscribe to Campus Rec emails

Once you are logged into the Member Portal:

  1. Click on theNotifications icon in the upper right corner (next to the shopping cart)
  2. ClickFacility Access Waiver (you will need to sign the new waiver to access the Rec Center facility once the member portal launches)
  3. Review the waiver and digitallysign your name in the boxat the bottom
  4. Click the greenSIGN NOW button in the bottom right corner

To update your profile information:

  1. Click on your username (email address) and icon in the upper right corner
  2. Click onProfile
  3. You can update your username (the email address associated with the account), password, date of birth, and opt in to receiving Campus Rec emails

To log back into Fusion after setting up your account:

  1. Visit the
  2. ClickSign In in the upper right corner
  3. UnderNon-ODIN Email or Username, enter the email address associated with your account
  4. Enter the password associated with your account
  5. ClickSign In

Mobile App FAQs

Access Campus Rec from your mobile phone with our new ֱState Campus Rec mobile app! The mobile app can be downloaded for free through Google Play and Apple app stores linked below.


Students


$0 - Included with PSU tuition and fees

Every admitted PSU student who is enrolled in at least one credit and is paying PSU tuition and student fees for the current term is automatically a Campus Rec member and has access to the Rec Center and Campus Rec resources for that academic term. Dual-enrolled high school students, including those in the Challenge Program and EXCEL program, do not receive a Campus Rec membership because they do not pay PSU student fees.

Student Term-Off Membership

$44 / Term

Current/returning PSU students who are not taking classes over summer term can purchase a student term-off membership in order to access the Rec Center during summer term. There are no pro-rates for a Term Off membership. The cost is $44 whenever it is purchased during the Term.

Conditions:

  • You must have already been enrolled in at least one term at PSU to be eligible for a term-off membership.
  • If you take off one term per the fourtotal terms that you can enroll in, you are eligible to purchase a membership for that term.
  • Student Rec Center fees are only assessed when students are enrolled in one credit or more at PSU.

Student Rec Fee

In April 2004, the PSU student body approved a referendum to recommend a Student Recreation Center Fee to be assessed at $41 per term for each student taking at least one credit to pay for the construction and maintenance of the Student Rec Center. The initial Student Rec Fee was implemented to all students taking at least one ֱState academic credit in the fall of 2009. The Student Rec Fee increased to $44 per term in 2016. Each PSU student taking at least one credit per term is automatically charged the Student Rec Fee and has access to the Rec Center and Campus Rec resources for that academic term. The fee is unique in the history of ֱState in that it is a dedicated fee for the construction of a building that benefits the entire university and ֱState community. The fee generates only one-third of the operating costs of Campus Rec. The remainder of the costs are covered by revenue generation and and funds from the PSU Student Fee Committee. A fee-supported Rec Center, which is becoming more common across the country, allows PSU to provide equal access to a variety of recreation and wellbeing programming for all students, along with enhanced programming for inclusive recreation that serves the PSU community as a whole.

Access Issues

As a PSU student, if your access to the Rec Center is denied, here are some potential reasons:

  • The Student Rec Fee has not been assessed to your account
  • There is a hold on your account
  • Your class registration has not been processed
  • Your special registration through signature has not been approved through your department
  • You have dropped a class and are no longer a student

Faculty & Staff


Visit theFaculty & Staff webpagefor more details.

$35 / 30 days
$7 / day

  • PSU faculty and staff may self-sponsor themselves as a guest at the daily rate of $7 per day.

All benefits-eligible faculty and staff must use payroll deduction in Banweb to become members. Check with HR to see if you are benefits-eligible. It is not pre-taxed and membership becomes active the day after you sign up on Banweb.

Non-Benefits Eligible Faculty & Staff

Non-Benefits Eligible: $35 / 30 days
Faculty Emeritus: $25 / 30 days

Conditions:

  • Non-benefits eligible faculty/staff and faculty emeritus memberships may be purchased at the Member Services desk for one, three, or 12 months at a time.
  • Memberships will expire upon the end of the length of the paid membership.


Alumni


Rec Center membership is available to PSU alumni with proof of affiliation with the Alumni Association.

Membership Length

Membership Rate

Alumni 1-Month

$45

Alumni 3-Month

$125

Alumni 12-Month

$450

Conditions:

  • Alumni memberships can be purchased for one, three, or 12 months.
  • Alumni must provide proof of affiliation with the Alumni Association to the Member Services desk upon purchase of the monthly membership. Becoming a member of the Alumni Association is free of charge.
  • PSU alumni must purchase an alumnimembershiprather than a sponsored plus onemembership.
  • To obtain an alumni membership card, complete the online .


Senior Adult Learners


A Rec Center membership may be available to those aged 65+ who audit classes through the ֱState Senior Adult Learning Center. Proof of class registration required.

Membership Length

Membership Rate

Senior Adult Learner1-Month

$35

Senior Adult Learner3-Month

$105

Senior Adult Learner 12-Month

Not Available


Plus-Ones


All Campus Rec memberships allow for a single plus-one addition per academic year (July 1st - June 30th).Plus-one members with an active Campus Rec membership canin order to access thefacility.Access badges cost $21 to cover the cost of printing.

Membership Length

Membership Rate

Plus-One 1-Month

$45

Plus-One3-Month

$125

Plus-One 12-Month

Not Available

Conditions:

  • Plus one members must be 18 years or older, and must be under current (active) PSU affiliation. These members will receive all current member benefits.
  • May be purchased at the Member Services desk for one, three, or 12 months at a time. Plus ones of students may only purchase up tothree months of membership, in line with the term.

Guests


$7 per guest - Limit of three guests per member visit.

Up to three guests may accompany a Campus Rec member into the Rec Center at the daily rate of $7 per guest. The Campus Rec member must remain in the facility with their guest(s) at all times.

Conditions:

  • Each guest must present a photo ID.
  • Guest passes are good for the entire day.
  • There is a limit of three guests per Campus Rec member at any given time.
  • Equipment can only be checked out under the members account.
  • Please refer to our Youth section if the guest is under the age of 17.
  • PSU faculty and staff may self-sponsor themselves as a guest at the daily rate of $7 per day.

Youth


Youth 17 & under are welcome at the Rec Center during designated youth hours and at special youth events when accompanied and supervised by a sponsoring adult member. For more information on youth hours, access and family-friendly programs, visit the Youth & Family webpage.

  • Rec Center members can sponsor their youth dependents for free. To receive access, members must register their dependents as Youth Pass Holders at Member Services by providing the youths full name and date of birth and signing a liability release (PDF).
  • Rec Center members can sponsor up to 3 youth guests per visit at $7 per person daily guest fee. Youth guests must bring a liability release (PDF) signed by a legal parent or guardian.

$0 for member dependents
$7 for youth who are not member dependents

Conditions:

  • All youth must submit a liability release (PDF) to Member Services, signed by a legal parent or guardian prior, to using the facility. See our Policies (PDF) for more information.
  • Youth 15 years and younger must remain under the direct supervision and care of a parent/guardian or sponsoring adult member when in the Rec Center.
  • Youth 16 & 17 years old may participate separately from their parent/guardian or sponsoring adult member. This adult must remain in the Rec Center at all times the youth is in the building and remains responsible for the youth.
  • For more information on our youth policies, see our Policy Manual.