Interested in spring Weight Watchers? St. Thomas Newsroom January 25, 2010 The current nine-week session of Weight Watchers on the St. Paul campus comes to an end Thursday, Feb. 4, and a spring session is gearing up – pending continued interest.Interested but still need more information? Weight Watchers will hold a free open house for all students, faculty and staff from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, in Room LL12, Koch Commons. Sit in on an actual meeting, meet participants and the university’s Weight Watchers representative, and receive answers to your questions.The Wellness Center and will offer discounts to students. For those interested in joining now, the remaining sessions in the current program are open for pay-as-you-go enrollment.For the spring program, all members must sign up for the 12-week series or the 17-weeks series – only one of the two options will be conducted.12-week series: Needs 15 members Cost is $156 No eTools17-week series: Needs 20 members Cost is $186 Free eToolseTools is the Weight Watchers online application. Members can use it to track daily points, look up the points of foods, find recipes, restaurant points, exercise tips, and chat online with other Weight Watchers members.Members can pay in one lump sum by cash, check, or credit card, or they can pay in three equal installments by check. Note: All checks should be dated Feb. 11, 2010 (the first day of the new series.)New members need to fill out a registration card. Members who are continuing from the current series do not have to fill out a new registration card.Those who are interested but unable to attend Thursday’s open house meeting can attend the regular meeting on Feb 4; however, attendance at an open house session is not required.Contact the Wellness Center, (651) 962-6128, for more information.RelatedAt-work Weight Watchers program begins Tuesday on Minneapolis campusWeight Watchers comes to St. Paul campusUST At-Work Weight Watchers hosts open house todayIntimidated by AARC’s Strength-training Machines? Attend orientation sessions this week.