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SRWS Code of Conduct

Student Recreation and Wellness Services (SRWS) has developed a Code of Conduct that reflects its commitment to creating a safe, welcoming, and enjoyable experience for all patrons who utilize its facilities and services. All patrons are expected to join SRWS in promoting a positive, friendly environment and to use good judgment in choosing actions, attire, and language while participating. Patrons are expected to act responsibly and respectfully of themselves and others while participating in SRWS facilities and programs. Any patron engaging in unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may have their access to facilities and programs revoked and face further University disciplinary action.

The following policies have been established by SRWS to ensure the fair, safe, and consistent treatment of all participants. It is the responsibility of our patrons to know, understand, and adhere to all University and SRWS rules and policies.

General policies

  1. Membership and access
  2. Membership types
  3. Youth membership
  4. Conduct
  5. Personal care assistance
  6. Prohibited items
  7. Safety guidelines
  8. Head injury management plan
  9. Dress code
  10. Locker rooms
  11. Forgotten / No-ID
  12. Waivers


  1. Guest passes
  2. Locker rental
  3. Equipment check-out
  4. Outdoor equipment rental
  5. Outdoor Adventure trips
  6. Open Kayaking

Area specific policies

  1. Aquatics / Pool areas
  2. Boxing station
  3. Cardio equipment
  4. Challenge play
  5. Climbing wall
  6. Fitness floor
  7. Group exercise
  8. Multipurpose / Wood courts
  9. Strength equipment
  10. Racquetball / Wallyball courts
  11. Indoor track

The decisions of SRWS staff involving policy interpretation will take precedence in all disputed matters. Failure to comply with SRWS staff may result in loss of recreation privileges and/or referral to the appropriate campus authority for further disciplinary action. Questions about policies should be directed to the appropriate SRWS staff member.

All patrons are subject to the definition of student misconduct outlined in Section D of the University's Code of Student Conduct. A violation of either Code of Conduct may result in loss of privileges and/or a report to the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards or the proper University authorities. Non-students (faculty, staff, and community) may be prosecuted and/or have privileges revoked.