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Sport and Recreation Facilities and COVID-19

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Updated on July 26, 2021

Facility update:

Effective Monday, July 26:

  • The Active Living Centre is open to 150 people per workout block
  • The Joe Doupe Recreation Centre is open at 25% capacity
  • The Frank Kennedy Centre is open at 25% capacity
  • Showers and lockers are available
  • The climbing wall is open at 25% capacity
  • Joyce Fromson pool is open at 25% capacity
  • Outdoor tennis courts are available

Members will be required to wear a mask at all times and social distance 3 metres from other patrons while in the sport and recreation facilities.

Program update:

Mini U camps starting soon!

Mini U camps will begin Monday, July 12. Visit miniu.ca for more details.

UM students update:

Sport and Rec Fee

The Sport and Rec Fee was approved by the University’s Board of Governors in 2011 and supports the UM’s commitment to active living, sport and recreation.  

The Fee is mandatory and applied to all students’ tuition based on their status of part-time or full-time study, regardless of access to facilities as the fee is not a user fee. With the goal of universally promoting wellness across our campuses through access to programming, the decision was made to not allow for opting out.

The Sport and Rec Fee will be applied to all UM students’ tuition at a reduced rate for the Summer Term, 2021. The rate, 70 per cent of the standard Sport and Rec Fee, will be assessed at $47.18 for all students.

Learn more about UM student gym access

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