Current SBTS & Boyce Students, SBTS & Boyce Employees
Current students at SBTS and Boyce, and SBTS and Boyce employees (part-time and full-time) have full access to the Health and Recreation Center and its amenities. In addition, spouses and dependents (17 years old and under) of those mentioned above also have full access to the Health and Recreation Center. Parents/legal guardians must submit a Parent Release Waiver for any dependents between 12-17 to use the Health and Rec Center without a supervising adult. Dependents will also need to visit the Campus Police department to get a shield card for access to the Health and Rec Center.
Interrupted Status Membership
The purpose of the interrupted status membership is only for students taking one semester off from study that still want access to the Health and Rec Center. This membership cannot be extended into a second consecutive semester. Submit your application here. Applying is not a guarantee of membership.
Graduated Alumni are granted free membership.
Seminary shield cards are required in order to enter the Health and Recreation Center. Campus Police creates new cards for spouse and legal dependents (17 years old and under) of graduated alumni.
Legacy Hotel Guests
Legacy Hotel guests are invited to visit the Health and Recreation Center for free during their stay. All guests must bring their room key with them to the recreation center. Visitors have free towel service and access to our many activities. Modest dress is required: see policies.
Seminary Trustees and Foundation Board Members
All seminary trustees and foundation board members have full access to the Health and Recreation Center and its amenities. Visit the Campus Police department to receive a shield card for access to the Health & Rec Center. Trustees and board members also receive free towel service.
Employees of Lifeway, Sodexo, and Pioneer Food Services, along with their spouses and dependents (17 years old and under), have full access to the Health and Recreation Center. Spouses & dependents must request a shield card from Campus Police for access.