UNM Affiliation - Educational
Recreational Services at the University of New Mexico offers educational groups Johnson Center access. The center contains a weight/cardio room, Olympic pool, Therapy pool, racquetball courts and several basketball courts. Below are the procedures and what your Rec Card is limited too.
- Must be currently enrolled at an institution of higher education that is affiliated with the University of New Mexico.
- Confirmation of enrollment from the institution's registrar’s office is required. The institution's affiliation with the University of New Mexico will be confirmed. Issuance of Rec Card is not guaranteed. Authorization must first be obtained from appropriate UNM department, typically the Provost or Vice President of Student Affairs. Any other type of confirmation must be approved by the Recreational Services' Director or Associate Director.
- $40.00 per semester (cash, credit or check)
*Note: A one time $10.00 charge will be applied for all new Rec Card memberships. Renewal memberships will not have to pay this $10.00 charge unless they have not renewed their membership over a 3 semester period.
- Rec Card only available for the student. Not available to the spouse, domestic partner or dependent on the student.
- If applicable, bring supporting documents and photo ID to Recreational Services, Johnson Center Room 1102, 277-0178. If your registrar's office has provided Recreational Services with a list of students, your name will be on file with the Department.
- New Rec Card. After signing up, in 4 days you go to the Lobo Card office to have your ID made. You can call to see if they are ready to badge you earlier than 4 days. 277-9970.
- Renewal. Your card will be electronically renewed within 4 working days. You do not need to go to the Lobo Card Office unless you have lost your card. You must maintain current enrollment.
*Rec Card is only valid for use of facilities. Access to fitness classes or other programs are fee based. Some programs and classes are only available to current UNM student, faculty and staff