jvc wrote:Has anyone received the email invite to the informal reception in Washington DC for deposited students? I would love to go but I'm not sure if I'll be able to make it. Is anyone going to be attending? If it seems like there will be a large turnout, I'll have to do what I can to try and be there.
Also, I just moved out to State College on Tuesday and have been very busy exploring the area and getting a feel for the town. So far, I love it and am more than happy to spend the next three years here. It is different from what I am used to...but in a good way. It seems to have the perfect balance between "stuff to do" and "not many distractions" which I think will be very beneficial to law a student.jbarl1 wrote:AG2152 wrote:A gym membership for both semesters is about $100. I don't know about the non-student usage for sure, but I do know there are certain facilities that are usually open to the public...the tracks in the IM building and Rec Hall, the volley and basketball courts in IM and the courts in Rec Hall.
Thanks for the info...I was especially wondering about non-students who live on campus (in the White Course), I wonder if they have special memberships for them.
I asked a few months ago if my girlfriend could somehow gain access to the school gym. They told me there was something called an "affiliate program," which seemed to apply only to spouses because my gf would not be allowed to use the gym (we live off campus). They also said I can't start using the gym until school starts. However, I am going to go in person tomorrow and see if there is anything we can work out to fix both of these problems. I'll keep you updated.
Right now we are using a gym just down the street from the Rec called East Coast Fitness. It's nice and has a good price, but nothing compared to the school gyms. They are BEAUTIFUL!
Thanks for the info! I won't be moving until about a week before classes so I am not worried about using it for this summer, just during the year and maybe next summer. Keep me posted!