5/21/20 | Gold’s Gym Refund Information

Dear UT Health San Antonio Students:

We know the last two months have been incredibly difficult, both academically and personally. We want to express our profound appreciation for the strength and resiliency you have demonstrated during this difficult time. Your ability to adapt and persist has been inspirational and we applaud you.

We are pleased to share with you the news that the University has started the process to refund a pro-rated portion of the amount of money students paid in Spring 2020 for their student fitness center fee. Students who paid their Spring 2020 fee will receive a refund for the period from mid-March to the tentative reopening of July 1, 2020. Since some academic programs end in May and others end in June, the actual amount refunded to a student will vary, based on the student’s academic program dates. Students enrolled in Summer Session courses were not charged the student fitness center fee, and thus will not receive a refund. Student fitness center fees for the 2020-21 academic year will be assessed, based on the start date of a student’s academic program.

The pro-rated refunds for Spring 2020 will be processed through the Bursar’s Office with an anticipated disbursement date of mid-June. If there is an outstanding balance on a student’s account, the refund will first be applied to the balance owed. If a third-party payor was responsible for a student’s account, the third-party payor will receive the refund. Questions regarding your account can be sent to bursar4students@uthscsa.edu.

As always, if you have questions regarding intramurals, Rec Sports, or Gold’s Gym amenities, please contact Ben Rivers, Associate Director of Student Activities at riversw@uthscsa.edu.

Thank you all for your patience and perseverance during these uncertain times.

Le’Keisha D. Johnson, MBA
Director, Office of Student Life | Student Ombudsperson
Foster Care Liaison
Division of Academic, Faculty, & Student Affairs (AFSA)

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