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There are 7 comments on FitRec Gets a Glow-Up

  1. For real though, when is BU going to renovate Mugar? New science buildings, gym equipment, etc, but the core library is straight out of the 80s and a complete morale killer.

    1. Hi there – thank you for your interest in FitRec memberships! We offer a variety of options, including annual, 6-month, and monthly plans. The pricing can all be found here: bu.edu/fitrec/membership/faculty-staff/

  2. I am actually mad that this is what is being featured on BU today. There is a serious issue with capacity at the FitRec. It is impossible to go and be able to get your workout done within the time you have set for it. Lines are not getting shorter. The FitRec is full at all times and there is not enough resources for everyone. The crowds have not been dispersed and if it is true that the demand for certain machines was taken into account. The only thing that has changed is instead of having 25 people in line you have 10.

  3. Is it actually free for full-time students? I am a parent of a current undergraduate, and one of the student fees that I had to pay is called a “Health and Wellness Fee,” and it goes towards the FitRec membership.

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