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Campus Rec Offering Football Weekend Memberships To Alumni Association Members

Penn State Alumni Association members now have the low-cost option to purchase Campus Recreation memberships on home football weekends for the 2018 season. Membership passes grant access to all on-campus recreation facilities from Friday to Sunday, including the IM Building, White Building, Rec Hall, and Natatorium.

“This is an exciting opportunity for our visiting alumni and community members who come into town on football weekends,” said Josh Davis, assistant director of Campus Recreation for membership. “We want to give them a chance to experience what Campus Recreation has to offer. This is also a great way to reconnect with alumni who have utilized our services in the past and would like to experience it again, or see what new additions we now offer. The weekend membership will grant full access to our informal recreation spaces in all of our available recreational facilities.”

Alumni Association members can purchase single weekend passes for $30, or a discounted season package for $150, which grants access for all seven home football weekends.

Memberships must be purchased in person at the IM Building. Proof of Alumni Association membership is required, and purchasers must be 18 or older. Please note that the IM Building and Natatorium are closed on home football Saturdays. For more information, visit the Campus Rec website.

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