Pricing

Membership and daily passes to the Physical Activity Complex (PAC) is open to everyone including the USask community and the general public.

PAC Membership Rates

USask Students* No additional charge
USask Student (who is not assessed Rec Fee*) $25+gst
Exempt or ASPA Employee** No additional charge
Public and USask Community

$50+gst /month
$440+gst /year

Daily Rates (for non-members)

Day Pass $10+gst
10 visit punch pass $80+gst
Family swim*** $12+gst
Holiday 3 punch pass (until December 24) $20+gst

Please Note:

Daily Rates gives you all the privileges (see below) of a PAC member except equipment rentals.
*Recreation fees are included in Student Fees (see below for more info)
**Senior Administrators, ASPA and Exempt employees receive membership through their benefits package as a taxable benefit.
***Family swim rate includes up to 2 adults and 3 children.

Privileges

Membership and Daily Passes gives you access to:

Additional Services or Programs

Pricing varies for additional services and programs:

  • Lockers - day use and coin-operated options are available or members have the option to rent lockers on a yearly basis.
  • Swim Programs (Fit programs, lessons and training)
  • Climbing Programs
  • Personal Training & Fitness Assessments
  • Learn to's
  • Clubs 
  • Intramurals
  • Kid's activities (camps, PAAL, Tumbleweeds)

Payment

New membership should be bought in PAC Room 222, Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. New memberships are sold at the Customer Service Desk.

All potential members who are faculty/staff or alumni must present their USask ID and/or alumni card when purchasing a membership or when using the facility. 

Membership Policies and Rights and Responsibilities

By becoming a member you are agreeing to the policies and conditions of membership. You are responsible for reviewing and adhering to our policies.

Recreation Fee

*Recreation fees are included in Student Fees for Full and Part-time students except in the following cases: Recreation fees are not included for students in off-campus and audit classes.

Visiting Students
A visiting student is considered a person who is currently registered in full or part-time studies at a recognized institution and working towards a certificate, diploma or degree. It is the responsibility of the unit or college to forward a list of the names to the Health and Fitness Coordinator or to provide the visiting student with a letter of confirmation to present to staff upon purchase. 

Questions?

Contact us if you need more information.

General Office
Room 222, Physical Activity Complex (PAC)
College of Kinesiology, USask
87 Campus Drive

Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday