Campus Recreation The Campus Recreation Office and the Office of

					The Campus Recreation Office and the Office
of Alumni Relations are pleased to offer
Northeastern University Alumni the opportunity
to take advantage of the finest fitness facilities
in the Boston area. Northeastern provides
unique outlets for its students, faculty, staff, and
alumni to clear their minds and recharge their
spirits. The Marino Recreation Center, the
Badger & Rosen SquashBusters Facility, and
the Cabot Physical Education Center facilities
have just what you need.


Campus Recreation
Discover all the drop-in recreation options Northeastern has to offer. Take a spin on a recumbent exercise bike, a swim in the
pool, or jog around the indoor elevated track. Although alumni are not eligible to join intramural or club teams, alumni are
encouraged to participate in spontaneous games of volleyball or basketball, learn karate, or take aerobics (cardio boxing,
knockout training and/or step classes).You can work out on your own or the Campus Recreation staff can help you plan a
fitness program that meets your individual needs.

The Marino Center
The Roger M. and Michelle S. Marino Recreation Center – you
have to experience it. With its architecture and state of-the-art
fitness and recreation amenities, the 81,000-square-foot Marino
Center stirs you to movement. The center, which opened in Fall
1996, is open for students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The entire
center serves the varied physical needs of a diverse population.


    •    The First Floor
The spacious atrium gives the NU community a relaxed place to
socialize. Cafés, a market, and ATMs are available. Women’s and
men’s locker rooms each house over 400 lockers and a sauna.
    •    The Second Floor
The fitness floor offers a variety of exercise equipment, including
stairclimbers, treadmills, ellipticals, upright and recumbent exercise
bikes, rowing ergometers, and a Treadwall that simulates rock
climbing. The Marino Center has more than 220 pieces of
cardiovascular equipment and weight stations! A 3,800 square-foot
multipurpose room is used for aerobics classes and martial arts
clubs. The gymnasium is comprised of three basketball courts that
can also be used for volleyball and badminton.
    •    The Third Floor
A state-of-the-art resistance training area contains 42 free-weight
stations and two distinct lines of selectorized weight machines
including a speed circuit. A three-lane suspended track is available
for either walking or jogging.
The Cabot Gym
At The Godfrey Lowell Cabot Physical Education Center, you will have access to
the swimming pool, racquetball courts, and indoor track and cage.

Badger and Rosen SquashBusters Facility
The Badger and Rosen SquashBusters Facility, which opened Fall 2003, is open for
students, faculty, staff and alumni. The facility offers eight state-of-the-art squash
courts, a multipurpose studio, a free weight and selectorized area and a variety of
cardiovascular fitness equipment.




INFORMATION
2009-2010 Fee Schedule
We offer quarterly membership as well as a yearly membership at a competitive rate. Membership is based on an academic
year (September 1-August 31).Alumni may purchase memberships according to the following schedule:
$435 September 1, 2009 - August 31, 2010
$135 September 1, 2009 - November 30, 2009
$325 December 1, 2009 - August 31, 2010
$135 December 1, 2009 - February 28, 2010
220 March 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010
$135 March 1, 2010 - May 31, 2010
$110 June 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010
The Membership is non-refundable and non-transferable
*Please note that alumni over age 65 receive a half-price membership rate. Temporary passes are not available. Family
members of alumni are eligible to use the facilities as guests, but are not eligible for full membership.
Day Passes
Alumni who choose not to become members may purchase day passes for $10 per visit. Your Alumni ID Card and a valid
photo driver’s license or government issued photo identification with address and proof of age, must be presented at the Marino
Center. You may pay with cash, personal check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or Husky Card at the Marino Center. Alumni ID
Cards may be obtained from Student Central, 120 Hayden Hall.
Guest Policy
Members may bring one guest. The fee is $10.00 per visit during peak hours and $7.00 per visit during non-peak hours. Only
one guest per day is allowed and your guest must be at least 18 years of age and accompanied by a member at all times. You
must register your guest one day in advance. All guests must have a valid photo driver’s license or government issued photo
identification with address and proof of age. You may pay with cash, personal check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover or Husky
Card at the Marino Center.
Parking
Alumni may purchase an Alumni/Evening Marino Center permit, which will allow you to park your vehicle on campus from
2:30 pm until 11:00 pm weekdays, 7:00 am until 7:00 pm Saturdays. Applications for parking are on the web. To apply visit:
http://www.applyweb.com/apply/neup/menu.html
and complete a parking application. You may also visit the Northeastern University home page and under Quick Links select
“Parking – Apply Online.”
(NOTE: Applications for the 2009-2010 annual permit will be available on line sometime in August 2009).
After completing the application, your eligibility will be reviewed and you will receive additional instructions by email. Once
you are notified that your parking application has been approved, you can proceed to the Cashier’s Office with your Alumni ID
Card and payment. The office is located in 248 Richards Hall. The cost of the Alumni/Evening Marino Center Annual permit is
$155.00.The permit is for the 2009-2010 academic year and is not based on a calendar year. Permit holders can park in the
Columbus, Renaissance and West Village garages or any other student designated parking lots. For additional
rules/regulations, location of garages/lots, hours and other information on parking visit: http://www.parking.neu.edu/
JOIN TODAY!!
How to become a member
Simply complete this form (don’t forget to sign and date it!) and return it in person.
Northeastern University
Campus Recreation Office, 140 Marino Center
369 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-5000
A receipt will be given to you to be taken to Student Central, 120 Hayden Hall, to receive your Alumni ID Card (if you are a
new member). Please have your Alumni ID Card issued within 3 days of receipt of payment.
Replacement Husky Cards
Go to the Student Central for replacement cards and pay the fee with a personal check, MasterCard, Visa, or Discover.
Code of conduct
Alumni Gym Members are expected to comply with all rules and regulations set forth by the Campus Recreation Office and
University Administration, and will be required to complete and sign Code of Conduct. Failure to adhere to said rules may
result in the termination of privileges. Under such circumstances memberships will be terminated and are non-refundable.
Who to call
Questions regarding the Alumni Gym membership program may be directed to the Campus Recreation Office,
617.373.4433,TTY 617.373.2885, 140 Marino Center. For facility hours, contact the Campus Recreation Hotline,
617.373.2667.To make racquetball and tennis reservations, call Cabot Physical Education Center, 617.373.2666, 114 Cabot
Center. To make squash court reservations, call Badger and Rosen SquashBusters Facility at 617.373.7604.The Marino
Recreation Center Office can be contacted for guest policies and fitness programs, 617.373.4433,TTY 617.373.2885, 140
Marino Center. Concerns or problems with your Alumni ID Card should be referred to the Student Central, 617.373.8322, 120
Hayden Hall.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION GYM MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION 2009-2010

Last Name:_________________________________ First Name:_________________________

College/Program:____________________________ Year of Graduation:_____________

Your Email:_____________________________________ NU ID#:_______________________

Address:______________________________________________________________

City:______________________________ Sate:_________ Zip Code:____________

Telephone Number:________________________

In case of Emergency, Contact Name:______________________________________

                             Contact Telephone Number:____________________________

Fee: (Alumni over 65 pay half price)
_______    $435 September 1, 2009 - August 31, 2010
_______    $135 September 1, 2009 - November 30, 2009
_______    $325 December 1, 2009 - August 31, 2010
_______    $135 December 1, 2009 - February 28, 2010
_______    $220 March 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010
_______    $135 March 1, 2010 - May 31, 2010
_______    $110 June 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010                                    Method of payment:________________


The Membership is non-refundable and non-transferable
Code of Conduct

- Participants do hereby agree to uphold Code of Conducts:
- Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language or any other menacing behavior will not be tolerated.
- Participants exhibiting abusive behavior, either verbally or physically toward a patron or campus recreation employee will be
asked to leave the facility immediately. If the participant refuses to leave the facility, Northeastern University Public Safety will
be called to remove the participant.
- Each participant is legally and financially responsible for any removal, defacing or willful damage to public or private
property. This includes the property of fellow participants, staff and Northeastern University.
- The use, possession or concealment of any drugs, tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, weapons and firearms is forbidden.
- Proper work-out attire must be worn at all times. Food, beverages, gym bags, shopping bags, luggage, briefcases, backpacks,
street shoes, boots, open-toe shoes, sandals, jeans, cargo pants and jackets are not allowed above the ground floor.
- Any individual acting in the fashion of a personal trainer must be hired through the Campus Recreation Office at 140 Marino
Center. Personal training on the premises of any Northeastern recreation facility is restricted to Northeastern Personal Trainers
only. Any individual found soliciting these types of services will be denied further access to these facilities.

Release and Hold Harmless Agreement

I,_____________________________________, in consideration of Northeastern university allowing me to use its recreational
facilities, hereby release and discharge Northeastern University, its trustees, employees, students and agents from liability,
claims, demands and actions from or in any way related to my presence on University property or use at the recreational
facilities except as such demand arises from the sole negligence or intentional acts of the University.

I further acknowledge that I understand and assume the risks inherent in exercise activities and that it is my sole responsibility
to engage in exercise activities appropriate to my age, health and fitness level.

Signed:________________________________ Date:___________________

				
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