An annual membership provides access to trips, socials, classes, social services, as well as:
To become a member, complete the following three steps:
Step 1 – be 50 years or older
Step 2 – complete the Membership Application
Step 3 – pay an annual membership fee of $28, for Cupertino residents, $23
Please ask at the senior center front desk for your pre-printed renewal form — just verify and sign!
Cupertino Senior Center members may enjoy a discounted membership at the city's sports center. The rate is $259 per year. This fitness membership includes full access to the fitness room, all the fitness classes, basketball, badminton, volleyball, table tennis and racquetball. This special does not include the use of the tennis courts. Seniors are asked to bring their senior center membership cards to register for this fitness membership.
Day Pass Program
For a $5 fee, senior guests are able to attend the senior center for social activities and one-day lectures. For any luncheons, senior guests will pay the day pass fee plus the fee for the activity. Day users will receive a 1-day parking permit. Senior guests may sign-up for the Day Pass at the front desk. You may download the Day Pass form in advance.
Class Pass Program
You can register for a senior center course with an additional pass fee of $10 for residents, $15 for non-residents. The Class Pass is not applicable to Adult Community Education classes or De Anza College classes held at the Cupertino Senior Center. You may download the Class Pass form in advance.
Flex Pass Program
The Flex pass is a drop-in pass that allows senior center members to register for individual exercise classes. Senior Center membership is required to purchase Flex Passes. Flex Passes are for select classes only and are not Equivalent to a Membership Day Pass or the Class Pass which are for non senior center members. The Flex pass is not applicable to Adult Community Education classes or De Anza College classes held at the Cupertino Senior Center. Look for the Flex Pass Logo on select classes in the 50+ Scene Newsletter. Passes are non-refundable. Please note: classes may be cancelled if minimum registration is not met.
Day Trip Pass Program
The Day Trip Pass will allow a non-member senior to sign up for a day trip with an additional fee of $20 for residents and $25 for non-residents. Non-members must complete a special registration form for each trip and will be eligible to begin registering for a day trip one week after members begin registration.
Cupertino Senior Center offers gift checks that are redeemable toward trips, special events, membership, or any in-house classes (not contracted through De Anza or Fremont). Please call 408.777.3150 for details.
Participants who have caregivers may have the caregiver accompany them to programs at the Senior Center. A caregiver is defined as a qualified and physically able companion to accompany a participant who needs such assistance and must assume total responsibility for their well being. The only time there is a charge for the caregiver is for a luncheon or trip, no day pass is needed.
Stay Active Fund
The Stay Active Fund is about helping adults 50 plus remain active, engaged, and participating in the Cupertino Senior Center. This fund provides assistance to offset the cost for senior center membership and registration for classes and events.
The membership scholarship requires that the member pay $15, and then the scholarship fund will pay the additional fee based on residency. The class and event scholarship allows a member to make a request one time per year for a scholarship of 50% of the program fee for a class or event, not to exceed $20. The member must pay the remainder of the program fee.
To request participation in the Stay Active Fund, please contact the Senior Recreation Supervisor. The Stay Active Fund is available each year from November 1 to June 30, or until the funds are spent.