Greater Burlington YMCA
When you join the Y, you’re not just joining a gym. You’re joining the experience of a community that works together to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.
If you would like to learn more about financial assistance, in addition to completing your membership application, please click here.
Interested in purchasing a Gift Membership? Please reach out to Matt Roeder, Director of Member Engagement, at [email protected] or 802-652-8162.
Membership at the Y is a continuous month-to-month membership. The cancellation policy requires notification by phone, email, or in-person before the last day of the month in which you would like to cancel the membership. Please inquire with Member Engagement for further information.
Monthly rates are based upon participation in automatic billing (EFT Bank Draft). To establish a monthly membership we need authorization to bill your checking / savings account or credit card.
There is a $10 per month additional fee for a one-month membership when not signing up for automatic payments. We do not accept cash payments. You can make payments with a credit/debit card or a check.
The joining fee is a one-time fee unless a membership lapses. Joining fee will be applied to any membership that has been inactive for more than 60 days.
* Click here to read about Teen Wellness Orientation.
A Y membership makes you part of a community with a shared commitment to nurture the potential of kids, promote healthy living, and foster a sense of social responsibility. At the Y, everyone is welcome and no matter your age, income, background, or fitness level, the Y has something for you. You’ll find our staff to be supportive and guided by our core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility.Y members receive discounted rates AND early registration for all programs! Other benefits include:
Just visiting us for the day? Enjoy our facilities with a Day Pass.
Please note: Family Swim, Family Recreation, Member Child Care, and Birthday Parties are a benefit of Family Memberships and are not available to Day Pass users.We do not accept cash payments.
If you decide to join after 2 or more day pass visits, we will waive the join fee (within 30 days of purchase).
Stop by at 298 College Street, Burlington for a tour of the Y during our hours of operation.
Questions? If you have questions about membership at the Y please reach out to Matt Roeder, Director of Member Engagement, at [email protected] or 802-652-8162.
Attending a Teen Wellness Orientation is required for members age 13 – 17 to use the Wellness facility (Gymnasium and Second Floor) without adult parent or caregiver supervision. Wellness orientation helps teens learn about behavior expectations at the Y and welcome them into our community. Day + Time: Sessions are offered Thursdays and Fridays from 4:00 – 5:00pm. Sign up through the link below, or through our Member Engagement staff.* This requirement applies to all new teen members, and those without a signed Wellness Orientation Acknowledgment Form (WOAF) prior to Aug. 31. Teens must attend orientation within 30 days of first check-in to have future access to the Wellness floor and Gymnasium.
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The Y is a membership organization. Therefore, personal information is collected and a photo is taken of each member. This information is maintained in our data base. Please scan in on every visit to the Y. If you forget your membership card, another form of identification will be required. For safety and security reasons, you must check in with a Member Engagement staff person before using the facilities.
It is the member or participant’s responsibility to provide his or her own accident and health insurance. The Y does not provide any such coverage.
ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS
Immediately notify a staff member if there is an accident, injury, or unusual incident. We are happy to assist and provide first aid supplies and attention as necessary. Please cooperate if asked to complete an accident/incident form.
SEX OFFENDER SCREENING
The YMCA conducts regular sex offender screenings on all members, participants, and guests. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access.
LOST & FOUND
Lost and found items are kept for a limited amount of time, and are stored at the Member Engagement desk. The Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Thanks to the generous support of donors, the Greater Burlington YMCA provides financial assistance for children, teens, adults, and families who cannot afford the full cost of a Y membership and/or programs. Please inquire of our Member Engagement staff.
The Y provides financial assistance to:
• 45% of families in Y early childhood programs
• 1 in 3 kids at the Y’s Camp Koda locations
• 1 in 5 members
Charitable donations may be added to your monthly membership draft at any time. You may also donate at the front desk, or online at gbymca.org/donate/#give-now.
It is our goal that membership remains affordable for our community. From time to time, membership rates may be adjusted to cover the cost of operations. Members will be notified before the first of the month of any rate changes.
POLICY FOR DAILY GUESTS
We encourage members to bring guests to visit the Y. Afterall, the Y is more fun with friends! Adult Members receive 3 guest passes per year.
• Guests must be accompanied by a Y Member at the time of check in. The member is responsible for any actions of their guests. Guests must adhere to all facility rules.
• Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult (over 18). Adult must remain in the building with the child.
• Guests must sign in as well as read and sign a waiver.
• Guests ages 13+ must present photo ID.
CHILDREN IN THE YMCA
Please see below for information on when a child who is not participating in a program supervised by Y staff must be supervised by an adult, or may use the facility unsupervised if they have a consent form signed by a parent or guardian.
Access with Supervision: 5 – 12
Access: 13+ with required swim test
Access with Supervision: 0 – 12
Health + Wellness
Access: 13+ with approval of Health + Wellness Staff
Access with Supervision: 13 – 17
MEMBERSHIP ON HOLD
Members may request a membership hold for up to 2 consecutive months per year.
WELLNESS ACTIVITIES LIMITED TO DESIGNATED AREAS
All hallways, stairwells and landing areas should remain clear of wellness-related activity unless being used as part of a YMCA program with Y staff present. Adherence to this policy shall ensure greater member safety and allow these areas to remain clear in case of an emergency.
CLASS CANCELLATION & PROGRAM CREDIT POLICY
The YMCA reserves the right to make schedule changes. While we reserve the right to do so at our discretion, we will endeavor to do so to better serve our members, or to combine/cancel classes due to low enrollment.
CELL PHONE POLICY
We encourage vistors to limit the use of cell phones for telephone calls to the lobby, and to be respectful of others. The use of cell phones for any pupose is strictly prohibited in the locker rooms.
The Greater Burlington YMCA, its agents or employees will not, because of the race, creed, color, national origin, maritial status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity of any person, refuse, withhold from, or deny to that person any of the YMCA’s advantages, facilities or privileges.
The YMCA, on occasion, may photograph registrants and participants in YMCA activities, programs or special events. These photos are for YMCA use only and may be used in publications, brochures, advertising, flyers, social media, or video productions. Please notify the photographer if you would prefer to not be included in the picture. Photography by members or visitors of any kind is not permitted without prior consent of the Greater Burlington YMCA, unless the subject of the photo is yourself or a family member.
With the exception of service animals, animals are not permitted in Y facilities or programs.