Day use lockers may be used daily at no charge. All items and the lock must be removed by the end of each day. Rental lockers are available in full size and half size.
Prices for lockers and towels are prorated from the original rental prices. Please see our locker and towel policies for more information and prices.
If you have any questions regarding locker or towel rental, please email email@example.com.
All children who use Campus Recreation and Wellness facilities, including the outdoor pool, must have an active membership regardless of age. Dependent hours are restricted. During Fall and Spring semesters, children age 15 and under may only use the Student Recreation Center on Fridays after 3:00pm, all day Saturday, and all day Sunday.
In the summer and during the winter holiday break, extra hours will be added for dependents. Refer to our current hours of operation for more information.
As defined by the Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness, for the purpose of
accessing the Student Recreation Center, a dependent status exists anywhere there
is a parent or legal guardian/child relationship. The member will be asked to provide
evidence that this relationship exists at the time he/she completes the dependent
waiver form. Member will be charged for year-round membership for up to two dependents; additional dependents will be free of charge. Summer and
holiday dependent passes are charged per child for all children in the family.
All dependents using the Student Recreation Center must have a membership to access the facility.
*Direct supervision is defined as being in the same room no further than 20 feet apart. Parent/guardian MUST be actively participating in the same activity as the dependent, e.g. playing basketball together, playing racquetball together, swimming together, etc. This does not mean, for example, that the parent can be in a group exercise class while the dependent sits along the wall and watches.
**Indirect supervision is defined as parent/legal guardian being in the facility at the same time as the dependent; however, both are not required to be in the same area.