Hand scanners will control admission to Chico State University’s new $63 million recreation center, which opened this week.
Before using the facility at the California school for the first time, students need to enter their ID number into a machine and have the size and shape of their hand scanned three times. Students pay an additional $175 per semester in fees for the facility, and staff who want to join can pay $200 a semester.
The center includes weights, cardio machines, a pool and hot tub, fitness rooms for classes, an eighth-mile track, three basketball courts, multi-activity court and climbing wall.
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