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Understand your health risks and earn $100 in your final May paycheck!

For more info, check out the 2014 Wellness Incentive web page:

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Take advantage of local discounts

Missouri S&T Student Recreation Center
http://studentrec.mst.edu/

705 W. 10th Street, Rolla 65409

Available for free to faculty and staff; includes an indoor track, racquetball courts, and indoor pool.


Missouri S&T Fitness Center
http://studentrec.mst.edu/fitnesscenter.html

705 W. 10th Street, Rolla 65409

Memberships are available for faculty, staff, retirees, and spouses. Annual fee is $120 per person; dependent children's memberships for 16 years of age and older will be available for $60/year each with hours restricted to weekends.


The Centre
http://www.rollacity.org/centre/centre.shtml 

1200 Holloway Street, Rolla 65401
City of Rolla's Health and Recreation Center

20% membership discount offered to faculty and staff of S&T (you must go online to access form http://financeadmin.mst.edu/centreindex.html http://financeadmin.mst.edu/centreindex.html, fill out form and return to the front desk at The Centre). Various programs offered. For more information call 573.341.2386 or visit website.


Curves
http://www.curves.com/ 

1425 Hauck Dr, Rolla 65401 and 1100 Historic Route 66 West, Waynesville 65583

Curves of Rolla and Waynesville would like to extend any female faculty or staff member, or wife of any male faculty or staff member, a corporate rate of FREE start up service fee and $34 monthly rate set up on an automatic debit. To speak with someone directly, call 573.364.4999 in Rolla or 573.774.3534 in Waynesville.


Paul’s Name Brand Furniture Outlet
http://www.paulsfurniturerollamo.com/

1355 South Bishop, Rolla MO 65401
573-364-7285
Mon.-Fri. 9-7 / Sat. 9-6

S&T Students, faculty and staff – take 10% off Paul’s entire inventory (except bedding). We offer free delivery.

Paul’s has served the Rolla and surrounding area for over 30 years with quality home furnishings such as La-Z-Boy, Lane, Franklin, Flex-steel, Restonic, and Shaw just to name a few. Whether it’s the living room, dining room, bedroom, mattresses, bedding, kids furniture, home entertainment, office or accessories, Paul’s Furniture Outlet is proud to serve Missouri S&T.


Discounted rates to Silver Dollar City, Six Flags, Big Surf and Worlds of Fun

Thanks to the UM System Staff Council, all university employees may take advantage of special pricing towards admission to Six Flags, Big Surf and Worlds/Oceans of Fun. Visit the links below to purchase your tickets today!

Check here for other special offers

Silver Dollar City & White Water (Branson, MO)

Visit this link and enter Access Code 14870

Worlds of Fun (located in KC)
http://tickets.worldsoffun.com/shop/shopping_corporate_partners.cfm
Enter "Linus" in the Company Id field

Six Flags (located near St. Louis)
https://shopsixflags.accesso.com/clients/sixflags/affiliate/login.php?m=13487
Enter UMSYSTEM in the Username field and SixFlags8 in the Password field exactly as shown. (Case Sensitive)

Big Surf Water Park (located near Lake of the Ozarks)
http://www.bigsurfwaterpark.com/
Scroll to the bottom of the homepage and click on the Hang Ten Club logo. When the online store link appears, simply enter our personalized store name: U of M (including spaces, and case sensitive)

Oak Meadow Country Club (Corporate Membership available to faculty and staff)

Oak Meadow Country Club Membership

Oak Meadow Country Club Application

 

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