Terms and CONDITIONS
Faculty/staff with 9 and 12-month appointments are eligible to use payroll deduction as a payment option for the following RecSports amenities for themself, the individual they sponsor and children, age 15 and under:
ALL items must have the same expiration date.
Conditions of Payroll Deduction
- Locker rental
- TeXercise & Cycling Passes
- Towel Service
- The duration of all products purchased by payroll deduction must run concurrently. In other words, expiration dates must all be the same.
- The number of deductions will match the duration period. For example, if your membership expires 12-31, your last deduction will be on your 12-1 paycheck.
- Changes, including adding/deleting products, can be accommodated. However, all products must continue to align with the membership duration of the primary member in order to be included as part of the payroll deduction.
- Again, all items must have the same expiration date; your payments should directly reflect the collection of money during the time in which the items are valid.
How Payroll Deduction Works
Payroll deduction is a payment option, not a payment plan. The total fees due are divided by the number of paychecks remaining for the duration of the items purchased.
Faculty and staff who authorize payroll deduction for RecSports fees associated with transactions that occur on or before the 14th of the month are deducted from the next payroll check.
For example, you join on September 3 for the full fiscal year; the fee is $308 therefore you will have 11 deductions of $28 beginning with your October 1 through your August 1 paycheck. Your membership access begins September 3, even though you have not had a deduction.
Fees associated with transactions that occur on or after the 15th of the month are deducted from the following payroll check. If the 14th or the 15th falls on a weekend, the deadline moves to the preceding Friday.
For example, you join on September 20 for the full fiscal year and the fee is $308 therefore you will have 10 equal deductions of $30.80 beginning with your November 1 paycheck and continuing until your August 1 paycheck. Your membership access begins September 20, even though you have not had a deduction.
With both examples, the individual paid $308 for membership, but one had 11 deductions while the other had 10 deductions. This is why payroll deduction is considered a payment option.
For examples of how payroll deduction works click here.
If you have questions about how payroll deduction works, please contact Rhonda Cox, Membership and Guest Services Coordinator at 471-6370.