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Stephens College to share MU Student Recreation Complex

Tuesday, January 26, 2010 | 4:09 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — It looks as though the MU Student Recreation Complex will be getting just a little more crowded. Stephens College students, faculty and staff are now allowed access to the MU rec complex as well, said Sara Fernández Cendón, spokeswoman for Stephens College.

Stephens College president Dianne Lynch proposed the idea of sharing the facility last semester. After a few months of settling the details, the partnership is now in action.

Stephens faculty, staff and students can opt-in for membership to the MU rec complex.  Full-time Stephens College students can join for $137 per semester. Faculty and Staff can opt for MU rec complex access under three options, according to an email from Sarah Berghorn, communications coordinator for Stephens College.

The three options are:

  • Option 1: $33 per month or a single payment of $396 for annual/academic year membership.
  • Option 2: $43 per month for a month-by-month membership(with a two -month minimum).
  • Option 3: $24 per month (or $288 single payment) for a Tiger Express Membership that allows for limited hours of access.

Once signed up for access, all that is necessary is a Stephens College ID to swipe in at one of the entrance desks.


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