Membership Services

 Students in a fitness class pay attention as their instructor demonstrates a correct posture to them

The following classifications within the Gonzaga Community are eligible for membership:

  • Student (undergraduate, graduate, law and part-time)
  • Faculty/staff (full-time and part-time)
  • Spouse/dependents 

Current Gonzaga Undergraduate Students

Fee: Required $95*/semester activity fee

Current Graduate, Law and Part-time Undergraduate Students

Fee: $150*/semester

Process: Must go to Student Accounts in College Hall Room 24

Current Faculty & Staff

Fee: Free benefit

Family Memberships

Spouse of current GU Student, Faculty & Staff Fee: $150*/semester

Spouse & Dependents of current GU Student, Faculty & Staff Fee: $200*/semester

Process: Complete the membership form and bring it to the RFC. If needed, Physician's Statement & Clearance form. 

Guests of current faculty, staff, or students

Fee: $10*/day 

Summer Memberships

Fee: $30*/semester

*Prices do not include tax.

Locker Rental

Fee: $10/locker/semester

Process: Lockers are available for rent by paying with cash or check at the front desk.

There are men's and women's locker facilities in the pool area. Locker rooms have restroom and shower facilities, as well as lockers and benches.

Day lockers may be used free of charge and are located on the first floor of the Fitness Center under the stairs. Patrons must bring their own locks and remove them by the end of the day.

Membership Fee Policies

The Rudolf Fitness Center is primarily for Gonzaga students, faculty, and staff. Children may use the pool and field house only during weekend hours. Only youth age 16 or older may use the cardiovascular and weight training equipment. Young children are not allowed to be left unattended.

  • Dependents must be high school age or younger to be eligible for family membership.
  • Spouses are included in family membership.

Additional Services

  • Basketball, Volleyball and Racquet Rentals
  • Ice for injuries
  • Body Composition testing