Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the answers pertaining to many questions asked during this current semester and the closures/cancelleations of our facilities and programs.

Call or email us. For the Atlanta campus, call 404-413-1780. For the Perimeter campuses, call 678-891-2728. Leave a message and we'll get back to you as quickly as possible. You can also email us at Most meetings will be conducted online as a safety measure.

Yes, by appointment only. Email us at to schedule a tour. This is only available for student organizations or campus departments.

Yes. Reservations can be made here.

Yes, we are offering both in-person and virtual options to student organizations and campus departments. Visit our Challenge Program page for more information.

Yes. Daily use lockers will be available at no charge in the Exercise Room and the locker rooms. You must bring your own lock for the daily use lockers in the locker rooms. The daily use lockers in the Game Room are not available until further notice.

Yes. We will be offering online registration for programs and services for Spring 2021. Instructions on how to register will be provided once our Spring schedule is posted.

Out of an abundance of caution related to COVID-19, we will not be selling guest passes or multi-use guest passes during Spring Semester 2021. If you have purchased multi-use guest passes and you wish to request a refund for your unused passes, please complete the Refund Request Form. Once we receive your form, we will follow up with you directly to assist in this process.

Yes. A limited number of Student Recreation Center reservations will be available to chartered student organizations and departments. Certain activity spaces may not be available and social distancing and capacity limits will be in place.

Please visit our Recreation Ahead page for a full list of spaces available for use in the Student Recreation Center.

No. Out of an abundance of caution, team sports activities will not be permitted. Information is subject to change. Please check our Recreation Ahead page for additional information.

The health and safety of our students, members and staff is our top priority. We will follow CDC guidelines and the Georgia Department of Public Health's safe practices for cleaning. Please visit our Recreation Ahead page for more detailed information on our cleaning practices and what cleaning supplies will be available to you while using the facilities.

Equipment lending will not be available. Limited laundry items such as towels and t-shirts will be available for checkout at the Atlanta campus. Touch the Earth Outdoor equipment rentals will be available. Please visit our Touch the Earth page for more information about outdoor equipment rental opportunities for Spring 2021.

Yes. We will be following the CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health safety safe practices and asking everyone to follow social distancing 6 feet protocols.

Yes. Capacity limits will be posted on the entrances of the activity spaces within our facilities.

Anyone who is uncomfortable wearing a mask while exercising, or just prefers not to wear one, will not be allowed access and will be encouraged to take advantage of our online programming options.

Yes. Masks/Face Coverings must be worn while inside of recreation facilities and will be in addition to and is not a substitute for social distancing 6 ft. protocols. Masks will not be required while in a body of water or showering but should be put back on promptly once you have exited the water.

All staff will also be wearing masks inside our facilities, except when alone in an enclosed office/space or in outdoor settings where social-distancing requirements are met.

No, not anymore. As of April 27, we will no longer do temperature checks or ask screening questions. However, Everyone who wishes to access our facilities must be COVID 19 symptom-free to enter. You may be asked by staff to leave if you are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms. All Covid-19 symptoms are listed at for reference.

For a detailed list of what to bring when visiting our facilities in Spring 2021, please visit our Recreation Ahead page.

Patrons will be required to wear masks and maintain 6 ft apart while working out. Patrons will not be able to spot each other during this time. Please reduce the amount of weight if you feel a spot is necessary.

We've spread out machines and will have a rotation of closures of certain machines to help with social distancing. In addition, we've removed equipment with soft surfaces - stability balls, medicine balls, slam balls, Olympic bar pads, small stretching mats, ropes and foam handles. Patrons are allowed to bring in their own equipment.

Floor fans have also been removed.

The designated eating area in the Student Recreation Center is in the lobby vending area.

Face coverings can be removed when in the designated eating area while actively eating and drinking. We ask that you promptly put your face covering back on once you have finished eating or drinking. If you are inside of the recreation facilities and need to take a drink, please do so while stationary, remove your face covering to take the drink, and then promptly replace it over both your nose and mouth. Please do not walk around the facility with your face covering not covering both your nose and mouth.

Below are the answers to commonly asked questions. For answers to other questions, visit the Contact tab and email Recreational Services. Questions will be answered as quickly as possible.

Georgia State University students who are enrolled in the current semester and have paid their mandatory student fees automatically have access to the SRC.

Faculty, staff, and graduates have the option to purchase a semester or annual membership. Spouses and children of students, faculty, staff, and graduates also have the option to purchase a membership.

For prices and more info, visit our Membership info.

We employ 150+ students for our many positions. If you're interested in working with us, fill out our online application.

For full-time jobs, you must apply through the main Human Resources site.

Students who are enrolled in the current semester and who have paid their mandatory fees do not have to pay any extra fees to be a member.

Faculty, staff, retirees, graduates, children, and spouses have the option to purchase a membership. The cost breakdown:

Semester Annual
  • Faculty, Staff, Retirees - $84
  • Graduates - $102
  • Spouses - $102
  • Children (per child)
    • 7 years of age and younger: Free
    • 8 to 18 years of age: $25.50
      19 to 26 years of age: $51
  • Faculty, Staff, Retirees - $252
  • Graduates - $306
  • Spouses - $306
  • Children - no annual option

Go to Membership for more info.

Yes, students who are enrolled in the current semester and recreation members can bring guests to the SRC. Each student or member is limited to 3 guests per day. The cost is $5 per guest per visit. We also offer a multi-use guess pass option for $3 per guest per visit.

Visit our Membership page and click on the Guest tab for more info.

We have two types of lockers in the Student Recreation Center -- lockers you can use free daily or lockers you can rent for the semester or the year.

Day-use lockers are available in the game room, exercise room, and locker rooms. These are free to use. The free lockers in the locker room require you to bring your own lock.

You may also rent a locker (3 different sizes to choose from) for the semester or the year. These are also in the locker rooms.

Visit our Locker page for more info.

Student organizations and departments on any campus can reserve space at these 3 locations. Reservations are requested through our online EMS program.

Go to Reservations for more info.

No. Our fitness classes do not need registration and are free to join. Any current student, member, and their guests may take a fitness class as long as space permits.

Visit our Fitness Class schedule for more info.

Currently, to register for an instructional clinic, you would visit the Service Counter in the lobby of the SRC. We're in the process of having this feature available online.

Students enrolled in the current semester and Recreation members may register. Guests, however, are not eligible.

Visit our Instructional Clinics page for more info.

The first step in getting started with personal training is coming by the Fitness Center (Room 150 in the SRC Exercise Room) to fill out paperwork, pay and then schedule your fitness assessment. For now, this has to be in person, but we're working on making this feature available online.

For more info, visit our Fitness Center page.

Currently, to register for a swim lesson, you would visit the Service Counter in the lobby of the SRC. We're in the process of having this feature available online.

Students enrolled in the current semester and Recreation members may register. Guests, however, are not eligible.

Visit our Aquatics page for more info.

Our outdoor trips program, Touch the Earth, offers many trips and clinics throughout each semester. To register, visit us at the outdoor equipment rental center. The entrance is on the lower level through the outside entrance behind the Student Recreation Center.

For more info, visit Touch the Earth.

Registration for Intramurals is done online at IMLeagues. There are several sports offered per semester, both for individuals and teams. We welcome all skill levels!

Visit Intramurals for more info.

To join a sport club, view the current active list of clubs on our IMLeagues site. Follow the steps outlined to join. Some clubs do require club dues to join.

If we don't have a club you're looking for, you may start a new club. There a few steps needed to get going, but we're here to help you along the way.

For more info, visit our Sport Clubs page.

Go to our Policies page to review all the information.