Friday, August 5, 2016
The University Club of San Francisco Membership FAQ
Danny Olmstead is the owner of East Bay Holdings Co., LP., a property development company in Tracy, California. Danny Olmstead is also a member in good standing of the University Club of San Francisco. This members-owned club promotes fellowship and community service, providing members with a banquet hall and athletics facility, among other things. Read on to learn about the club’s membership policies and costs.
Question: What are the requirements for joining the club?
Answer: According to the club’s official website, you are welcome to join regardless of your race, religion, gender, sexual preference, age, or alma mater.
Q: What are the benefits of joining the club?
A: Members get a bevy of perks and benefits, including access to a private members-only bar and dining room overlooking the city, group golf outings, access to the club’s athletic center, and an optional discounted car detailing service.
Q: What does membership cost?
A: Hopeful members aged 21 to 29 pay an admission fee of $500, with a quarterly minimum of $100 and $55 in monthly dues. 30- to 39-year-old members pay a $1,000 admission fee and $81 per month, with a $200 quarterly minimum. If you are 40 or over, the admission fee is $2,500, and $135 per month, with a $300 quarterly minimum.
Q: What about nonresidents?
A: If you do not live or work within the San Francisco Bay Area’s nine counties, the club waives the quarterly minimums.
Q: Are there any discounts?
A: The club offers a 50 percent discount on the admission fee for college faculty members, full-time clergy, and veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Recent college graduates and current full-time students pay no admission fee.