Department of Recreational Sports Policies
The Department of Recreational Sports’ philosophy dictates that no single activity, special event, and/or sport should dominate the use of facilities at the Student Recreation Center. The Texas Tech Student Recreational Center upholds to the University Student Code of Conduct.
The Texas Tech University Department of Recreational Sports strives to conduct all activities in the most prudent manner possible. However, due to the inherent risk of injury in any activity, it is the responsibility of each participant to be aware that there are some assumed risks involved in participation. All participants are strongly urged to have a yearly medical examination and to carry medical insurance coverage. Texas Tech University and its staff are not responsible for injuries including death. Participation in Recreational Sports facilities or programming is voluntary.
Rules and policies are posted and published for distribution to our program users. All policies are established by the Department of Recreational Sports and Texas Tech University. The authority to enforce these policies is vested in the Recreational Sports staff and the administrative personnel responsible for these programs. Student employees do not have the option to overlook, change, or bend rules; their task is to conduct business according to set policies. Students in violation of Recreational Sports policies and procedures may have disciplinary action taken per the guidelines of the Texas Tech University Handbook and the Texas Tech University Code of Student Conduct.
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All participants are expected to play according to the rules of the Division of Recreational Sports, the intramural rules, and University Regulations. The staff of the Division of Recreational Sports reserves the right to penalize individuals or teams for violation of these rules. Participants who choose to follow unsportsmanlike practices, whether directed toward an opponent or staff member may be ejected from that contest. The ejection may be administered by a contest official, a contest supervisor or a member of the Recreational Sports staff. Examples of unsportsmanlike conduct which may result in ejection include verbal abuse, excessive technical fouls, flagrant actions toward an opponent, flagrant actions toward an official or staff member, and fighting or inciting a fight. Alcohol use and possession is a direct violation of Rec Sports policies and Code of Student Conduct (part. IX. Sec. b). Rec Sports also reserves the right to refuse participation to any player that is suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
Further, any participant who physically abuses an official or staff member shall have their case reviewed by professional staff of the Division of Recreational Sports to determine penalties assessed and may then have their case referred to the Judicial Officer of the Office of Campus Life for possible action. The minimum suspension for such an infraction shall normally be one calendar year from the incident and the participant must make written appeal for reinstatement after this time period
All students who have paid the Rec fee may use the SRC and Aquatic Center by presenting their Texas Tech ID. Students who have waived or not paid their Rec fee must purchase a pass in the Rec Sports Office, Room 202 Student Rec Center during business hours.
Bring the student’s valid Texas Tech ID card and the spouse’s drivers license when purchasing this membership in the Rec Sports Office (Room 202). Student Spouse single use entry ($10.00) with Texas Tech ID at the ID station. For spousal memberships, proof of marriage may be required when applying for membership.
Bring proof of Texas Tech employment to the Recreational Sports Office (Room 202) to purchase a Rec Center membership. A photo ID will be made in the Recreational Sports Office, which is required upon entry.
Bring the Faculty/Staff Rec Center membership card (or proof of Texas Tech employment) and the spouse’s driver’s license when purchasing this membership in the Recreational Sports Office (Room 202). For spousal memberships, proof of marriage may be required when applying for membership. A photo ID will be made, which is required upon entry. Faculty/ Staff single use entry fee ($10.00) can be done at the I.D. stations.
Valid membership holders may purchase a membership for each of their children. Children under 17 are allowed in the SRC when the facility is open only when accompanied by an adult member. The SRC provides opportunities for parent and child to recreate together and to encourage sport and fitness development. Children must be under direct supervision, which is defined as parent and child playing together within “reach.” Several area restrictions apply: Children 16 and under are not allowed in the Free Weight Room. Children 12-16 are permitted on cardio equipment and in the Machine Weight Room, the Circuit Room and in Fitness classes only when closely supervised as defined above. Children under 12 are not permitted on cardio equipment, equipment and in the Machine Weight Room, the Circuit Room, in Fitness classes or in the Free Weight Room.
Because of facility safety issues and parental supervision conflicts during exercise, we strongly discourage children spectators during parental fitness activities.
The following restrictions apply:
- Children are not permitted in fitness classes or the Free Weight Room as a spectator.
- Children under 11 may not accompany and spectate a parent while the parent is exercising on cardio equipment except cardio machines on the entry level where the child is seated on the bleacher area nearest to the parent.
- Children 12-16 must be seated in close proximity so that parent and child can verbally and visually communicate at all times.
- Children spectators will be allowed during intramural events only with a second adult directly supervising the child in the bleacher or foyer areas on the entry level.
- Please check the specific family hours for the pool. No flotation devices or flotation equipment are allowed for children.
(17 years and older) will be admitted to the student recreation facilities when accompanied by a student, faculty, or staff with a valid Texas Tech ID or Rec Center membership card.
- Guests must remain with their sponsoring adult at all times when visiting the facility.
- Four guests daily may be sponsored by each eligible Rec Center card/TTU ID.
- All guests 17 and older must present photo ID and register at the ID station. Fee is $10.00 per guest per visit. (Fee will increase to $15.00 begining on August 26, 2013)
- All guests 16 and under must register at the ID station. Fee is $5.00 per guest per visit.
- All facility policies apply to guests (including children).
- If an exception to the guest limit is needed, contact the Rec Sports office one day in advance to make special arrangements.
- Sponsors assume full responsibility for conduct of guests and any destruction of equipment and/or facilities.
- Guests must depart the facility with the sponsoring member.
- Guests may not check out equipment.
Guests in the following categories may self-sponsor a one day pass to the student recreation facilities for $10.00 per day.
- Students with red and white Texas Tech ID
- Faculty and Staff with red and white Texas Tech ID
- Texas Tech Alumni Association Member with Member Card
There are two ways of entering the Student Recreation Center and Leisure Pool. Members can bring their valid Texas Tech ID card or use the hand scanner with their valid “R” number to gain access into the facilities. Please remember that you must have your valid TTU ID card to check out equipment.
Don’t forget your ID card unless you have been entered in the hand scanner. ID card is still required to check out equipment. Additional identification may be required on request. Recreational Sports staff reserves the right to ask for additional photo ID at any time. When you come to the Student Recreation Center (SRC), the Recreational Aquatic Center (RAC) or Student Leisure Pool present your valid Texas Tech student ID at the I.D. desk. You may also check out equipment with your ID card.
Misuse of IDs to gain facility access will not be tolerated. All Texas Tech University student IDs are non-transferable and must be surrendered upon request. ID cards do not guarantee current enrollment at Texas Tech University. As per the code of conduct, "Students, Faculty, Staff, : Rec Center Patrons shall not allow their identification cards to be used by other persons." Recreational Sports staff will confiscate misused cards and staff may ask individual(s) to leave the facility. The offender and/or the individual named on the card will have to set up an appointment with the Assistant Director of Recreational Sports (Facilities) to have their ID released to them.
- Texas Tech University IDs (students) or Recreational Sports membership cards must be presented to gain facility access, to check out recreation equipment, or upon request of any Recreational Sports staff member.
- The Recreational Sports staff reserves the right to ask for additional photo ID at any time.
- Use of Texas Tech IDs or Rec Center membership cards constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions in effect at the time of use. Presence of a Texas Tech University ID card does not guarantee current enrollment.
- Unauthorized use of the Texas Tech University ID card or Rec Center membership card is fraud.
- Report missing or lost cards immediately.
- Replacement charges apply for lost, stolen, or damaged cards, cost is $10.00.
- ID Card Replacement: Lost or destroyed SRC permits will be replaced through the Recreational Sports Office at a cost of $10.00 per card.
- Users wishing to gain readmittance while their ID card is being held in the Equipment Issue area or when they run outside must stop at the Equipment Issue for a hand stamp.
Conferences, Clinics, Short Courses, and Workshops
Persons 17 years and older enrolled in these programs approved by the Recreational Sports Office may be admitted to the student recreation facilities by paying a daily fee or by purchasing a one-week pass in the Recreational Sports Office (Room 202). To be eligible, presentation of a letter from the department head or some means of identification of their enrollment in the program must be shown. Pass holders must present Rec Conference Pass with picture ID.
Tours will be available free of charge to visiting individuals and groups. Arrangements should be made through the Recreational Sports Office at least 48 hours in advance.
Self-Sponsored Facility Access
Individuals who have a non-valid Texas Tech University ID (shown to the leftt) may “self sponsor” themselves in for $10.00 per visit. This transaction occurs at the ID stations. The ID staff will assist in completion of the form to allow access for “self-sponsored” individuals.
Please Note: Past generation Texas Tech ID cards will not be accepted.
All enrolled undergraduate and graduate students are SRC and Aquatic Center members with the exception of graduate students (TA’s and RA’s) who have waived their Rec fee. Graduate students who have waived their fees must purchase a faculty/staff membership in the Rec Sports Office. All students must present their Texas Tech ID to be admitted to Rec facilities. TA’s and RA’s who waived fees must purchase a membership at the Fac/Staff rate.
Faculty and Staff
TTU faculty and staff are eligible to use the SRC and Aquatic Center by presenting a valid membership card. All semester or annual passes include a picture ID.
Spouse memberships are available for students and faculty/staff members. Spouses of eligible students can purchase a Semester pass ($40.00). Must bring student picture I.D. or summer pass and your driver’s license. For spousal memberships, proof of marriage may be required when applying for membership. Bring student picture I.D. or Rec Center pass and your driver's license.
Children 16 and Under
Can use the Student Recreation Center anytime, though some area restrictions do apply. Children 16 and under can use the Aquatic Center during FAMILY HOURS ONLY. All children 16 and under must be accompanied by an eligible adult. Children under 4 are admitted free of charge but must adhere to all rules.
Allows any eligible person who purchases a membership to buy one additional membership at the adjuct rate. Eligible students may only buy an adjunct membership for the semester they are currently enrolled. Students may not purchase an annual adjunct membership.
- Memberships are non-transferable.
- Membership is a privilege which may be modified or revoked for cause.
- Memberships may be purchased in the Recreational Sports Office (Room 202), Monday – Friday from 8:00am - 5:00pm; Wednesday's until 6:00pm
- SRC Annual Passes expire on August 31 each year.
- Semester passes expire on Dec. 31st, May 15th, or Aug. 31st.
- Information about Family Hours and restrictions for Child Members/Spectators of the Student Rec Center and the Recreational Aquatic Center are available in the Recreational Sports office (Room 202).
- On Texas Tech home football Saturdays, the SRC and RAC will adjust hours according to game time. Adjusted hours will be posted the week prior to the game.
- Times subject to change during holidays, interim, game days and special events.
- For current facility hours, please click here.
- Proper attire (especially proper shoes in the SRC and proper swimwear at the RAC) is required for use of all Department of Recreational Sports facilities.
- Any shoes which the Rec Center staff deems as leaving marks on the gymnasium floor or racquetball courts will be prohibited from those surfaces. Due to their propensity to leave marks, please avoid jogging shoes or black sole shoes on the gymnasium floor or racquetball courts. Jogging shoes are acceptable on the perimeter of the main gymnasium floor.
- Proper shirts and towels are required when exercising/lifting on any weight/cardio equipment. For your safety, open toed shoes/sandals are prohibited on all exercise equipment.
Alcohol & Tobacco
- All tobacco products are prohibited at all Recreational Sports facilities (Student Recreation Center, Recreational Aquatic Center, multipurpose fields, Softball Complex and others).
- Alcoholic products are prohibited at all Recreational Sports facilities (Student Recreation Center, Recreational Aquatic Center, multipurpose fields, Softball Complex and others).
Food And Drinks
- Drinks may be allowed in the facilities with a plastic, screw top, spill proof bottle. Bottled water is sold at the Equipment
- All food must be kept on the third level in the lounge area.
Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center
Multi-purpose areas will be available for different activities (basketball, volleyball, etc.). All participants must wear “athletic, closed-toe” non-marking rubber-soled shoes on the courts. Street shoes are not permitted. Bare feet are not permitted on court floors. Footballs and Frisbees prohibited INSIDE the facility.
During periods of high usage or during intramural competitions, at least one (1) “full-court” basketball game will be permitted. This is at the discretion of the Recreational Sports staff depending on the facility needs and available areas. When court space becomes scarce, “full-court” basketball will be prohibited. The decision to curtail “full-court” basketball will reside in the Center Manager or professional staff. Users may not grab or hold onto/hang onto basketball rims, as this may cause damage to the backboards.
Racquetball/Handball and Squash Courts
Black racquetballs are not permitted in courts. Rubber-soled, non-marking “athletic” shoes are required for play. All users are strongly recommended to use eye protection during play.
Free Weight Room
All users must wear closed-toe shoes: sandals are prohibited in the Free Weight Room. Children 16 years and under are not permitted in the Free Weight Room at any time. Collars are required for all barbell lifts. Spotters are required for all lifts above the body, squats, and heavy dumbbells. Weights and related equipment may not be rearranged or removed from the Free Weight Room. All free weights, dumbbells, plates, etc., must be returned to their respective racks following use. Failure of a user to return weights may cause a loss of recreational privileges. Shirts must be worn and towels used when using exercise or weight equipment to minimize the transmission of infections. All users must re-rack their weights. Users may not “bang” hand weights or dumbbells together as this damages the weights.
Because of facility safety issues and parental supervision conflicts during exercise, we strongly discourage children spectators during parental fitness activities.
The following restrictions apply:
- Children are not permitted in the Free Weight Room as a spectator.
- Children 11 years and younger may not accompany and spectate a parent while the parent is exercising on the lower level of the Rec Center. Parent utilizing machines on the entry level may be accompanied by a child spectator as long as the child is seated in the bleacher area nearest the parent.
- Children 12-16 must be seated in close proximity so that parent and child can verbally and visually communicate at all times.
Machine Weight Room
All users must wear closed-toe shoes: sandals are prohibited on ALL equipment. Children 12 – 16 are permitted in the Machine Weight Room only when accompanied by their supervising adult. Shirts must be worn and towels used when using exercise or weight equipment to minimize the transmission of infections.
Table Tennis/Billiards and Lounge Area
This area is available during all regular facility hours. Users must keep the area clean, and use trash receptacles to dispose of litter. This is the only area where food and beverage may be consumed. Equipment available for checkout at Equipment Issue with valid TTU ID.
No hard-soled or black-soled shoes are permitted on the mats. Aerobic shoes may be worn while on the mats. Mats may not be moved or rearranged without prior approval by the Department of Recreational Sports.
Food and beverage are prohibited in the saunas. Newspapers may be brought into the sauna, but must be removed by the patron when that individual leaves the sauna. Unattended items such as paper, clothing, and towels pose a fire hazard. All users must sit on a towel or wear trunks while in the sauna. Users are cautioned to avoid overexposure or prolonged use of the sauna. Pregnant females, individuals with respiratory, cardiac, or circulatory problems are urged to consult their physician prior to using the sauna. Users may not pour water onto the heating rocks—as this will result in damage to the rocks.
Equipment and Court Reservation System
Racquetball courts are available through advance reservations and a daily challenge court system to allow all recreation users a better opportunity to utilize the courts.
- Eligible participants may reserve racquetball courts in the Student Recreation Center by calling the Equipment Issue area (742-1995) or by stopping by in person.
- Reservations may be made same day or one day in advance.
- Court reservations are limited to one (1) one-hour per person per day. Reservations are for one hour and begin on the hour.
- Individuals who neglect to check in at least ten (10) minutes of the reserved time will forfeit their remaining reservation.
- Users unable to keep a reservation can help to better serve all users by calling 742-1995 to cancel.
Open Recreation Activity
- Badminton: Friday 6:00pm through Sunday closing. (Hours dependent upon other scheduled events)
- Basketball: Daily during recreation hours.
- Pickleball: Available upon request (and court availability) on Basketball Court 3.
- Racquetball: Daily during recreation hours.
- Rappelling: Rentals and workshops available. Requests should be made to the Outdoor Pursuits Center.
- Rock Climbing: Check hours posted at the climbing wall.
- Sauna: Daily during recreation hours. These dry saunas are located in the main locker rooms.
- Volleyball: Daily during recreation hours on Court 8 .
- Wallyball: Daily during recreation hours on Racquetball Court 10.
- Weight Training: Daily during recreation hours.
* except during Intramurals or other special events
Equipment Check Out
- Users must present their ID at the Equipment Issue area to check out and return equipment.
- Equipment to be used by guests must be checked out by the sponsoring member. University-sponsored guests may check out equipment by surrendering a driver’s license or other photo ID.
- Users are responsible for equipment they check out. An individual who fails to return checked out equipment or who returns damaged equipment must pay to replace the lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. If a patron plans to transfer equipment to another member, both patrons must report to Equipment Issue to record the switch.
- Payment for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment may be made in the Rec Sports Office, Room 202 Student Rec Center. The user’s ID card and/or ID number will be held until restitution is made.
- Children may NOT check out equipment.
- All general Recreational Sports Entry Policies must be adhered to for entry into the Leisure Pool/Aquatic Center. Please click here for general entry guidelines.
- No one will be allowed to swim without a lifeguard on duty.
- Patrons must be prepared to present proper Texas Tech identification. Guests must arrive with an appropriate sponsor and present a government ID or be a member of a rental group with a scheduled pool rental.
- Lifeguard instructions must be followed at all times.
- Swimmers under 16 must be supervised by a parent or guardian (at least 17 years of age) at all times.
- A parent or guardian must be within arm’s reach at all times of any swimmer in a lifejacket.
- Children may enter the Aquatic Center during non-family hours as spectators only. They may not be in or around the water and must have a parent or guardian within reach at all times.
- Lifeguards have the discretionary authority to require a parent or guardian to be in the water with any child they judge to be a weak swimmer.
- Only US Coast Guard approved lifejackets are allowed.
- All outside flotation devices (e.g. water wings, sewn in swim suit floats, and noodles) are not allowed.
- Tobacco products are not allowed in the facility. You must be at least 20 feet outside the facility to use any tobacco related product.
- No splash dives, flips, back dives or backward jumps off the side of the pool.
- Lap swimmers may be required to circle swim when lane use exceeds two patrons.
- Lap swimming equipment is available near the lap lanes. All other equipment (e.g. basketballs, volleyballs and goggles) can be issued with proper identification at Equipment Issue.
- An area may be closed or have restricted use due to competitive events, special events, programs or rentals.
- Personal items are to be stored safely in the lockers. Do not ask lifeguards to keep your personal items or valuables. There are lockers available for purchase. The Student Recreation Center is not responsible for any lost belongings.
- Lifeguards have the responsibility to enforce regulations and have the authority to remove anyone for unsafe or inappropriate behavior.
- Any member of the University Community may not use recreation facilities for personal gain. Private instruction is restricted to approved programs and rental groups.
- Admission to a pool or spa will be refused to anyone appearing to have a contagious or infectious condition, such as a cold, athlete’s foot, ring worm, boils or other skin infection.
- No Band-aids or casts may be worn into the pools.
- Spitting, blowing the nose or urinating in the pools is forbidden.
- Texas State Health Code requires that only those with swimsuits may enter the water.
- Only clean, appropriate attire designed for swimming is permitted. For females, appropriate swimwear is that which covers the breasts, buttocks, genitals and the pubic region. For males, appropriate swimwear is that which covers the buttocks, genitals and the pubic region. Specifically, street clothes, thongs and see-through swimwear are prohibited.
- Cotton will not be allowed in the pools.
- Clean aqua socks may be worn into the pools.
- Do not swim when you have diarrhea. This is especially important for children in diapers.
- Do not swallow or place any pool water in your mouths.
- Practice good hygiene. Take a shower before swimming and wash your hands after using the toilet or changing diapers.
- Take children on bathroom breaks or check diapers often.
- Please change diapers in a bathroom and not at poolside. Germs can spread to surfaces and objects in and around the pool and spread illness.
- Young children, infants and others not in control of bodily functions must wear plastic pants or swim diapers designed specifically for pool use. Swim diapers are sold at Equipment Issue.
- A long whistle blast may signal an emergency. Exit the pool immediately and look to the lifeguard for further instruction.
- Do not converse with or distract the lifeguards while they are actively engaged in their duties.
- Patrons under the influence of alcohol or other drugs that alter awareness are restricted from the facilities.
- You may be asked by a lifeguard to show an ability to swim before using the pool or pool equipment.
- Glass is prohibited at the pool. Eyeglasses worn into the water should be worn with a safety strap.
- Headfirst entries are restricted to areas with a minimum water depth of 7 feet.
- Do not hang on lane ropes, safety lines, volleyball net/cable and basketball goal.
- Horseplay is not tolerated. Running, pushing, dunking, water fighting, chicken fights, etc, are dangerous and are prohibited.
- Hyperventilation or the holding of one’s breath underwater for an extended period of time can be extremely dangerous and is prohibited.
- Use of mask, snorkel and fins is restricted to commercial quality equipment. The mask must be well fitted and have tempered safety glass.
- All training and fitness equipment is to be used in the manner for which it was designed.
- Fitness equipment is not allowed in the lazy river.
Water Slide Rules
- Riders must enter the slide in a sitting position. Do not pull or propel yourself into the ride.
- Riders must lie on their backs with arms crossed across their chest at all times. No running, standing kneeling, rotating, tumbling or stopping in the flume. Arms and hands must remain in the proper position until hitting the water.
- Only one rider at a time. All riders must be at least 48” tall.
- Use is restricted to competent swimmers who can reach the wall unassisted.
- Maximum rider weight is 300 pounds.
- Riders may not wear goggles or masks while going off the slide.
- No tubes, mats or life jackets are permitted on the slide.
- Riders must be in good health. Those suffering from heart disease, high blood pressure, epilepsy or persons using prescription medication should consult their physician before using this slide. Individuals with medical conditions including, but not limited to, pregnancy, heart or back problems should not ride.
- No diving from the slide.
- The slide rider assumes all risk of injury due to misuse of the slide or failure to follow these rules.
Diving Area Rules
- Swimming in the diving well is prohibited when the diving boards are in use, except when a designated safe swimming area has been established by the Aquatics Supervisor.
- Do not wear goggles, earplugs or contact lenses while diving.
- Use is restricted to competent unassisted swimmers. Children in lifejackets will not be allowed on the diving board.
- All jumps and dives are to be in a forward only or backward only direction from a standing position. No reverse (gainer) or inward dives permitted.
- Only one person may be on the diving board or its ladder at a time.
- Do not jump or dive until the diver before you reaches the ladder.
- One spring per dive or jump. Dive or jump straight ahead.
- Swim directly to the nearest ladder and exit the pool immediately.
- Any unsafe jumping or diving may result in expulsion from the pool.
- Use of the spas is restricted to those ages 17 and older.
- Pregnant women, elderly persons and those suffering from heart disease, diabetes, or high or low blood pressure should not use the spas without prior medical consultation and the permission of their doctor.
- Do not use a spa while under the influence of alcohol, tranquilizers, or other drugs that can cause drowsiness or that lower your blood pressure.
- Observe reasonable time limits (10-15 minutes), then leave the water and cool down before returning for another brief stay.
- Long exposure may result in nausea, dizziness or fainting.
Fitness and Wellness
- Massage sessions are by appointment only, unless otherwise approved by the massage therapist on duty
- All appointments are made in the Fitness/Wellness Center or by calling 742-3828 (Appointments by phone MUST pay with a credit card)
- Payment must be made when scheduling appointment
- All appointments must be made at least two days or 48 hours in advance, unless otherwise approved by the massage therapist on duty
- Please arrive 15 (10 for returning clients) minutes before your scheduled session in order to receive a full massage
- Therapist has right to cancel any appointment if client is 20 or more minutes past the massage start time.
- A 48-Hour cancellation/reschedule notice is required
- Refunds are not guaranteed and are subject to a 10% processing fee.
- Receipt must be presented upon request of refund.
- Massage punch card must be punched on the day and time of appointment and expires one year after the date of the first appointment.
Other important information:
- Techniques to be used may include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Hot Stone, Reflexology, Joint Range of motion techniques and stretches
- Body parts to be massaged include the face, neck, shoulders, back, arms, buttocks, hip flexors, legs (front and back), pectorals, abdominals, ribs, and feet.
- The massage therapist WILL NOT engage in breast massage.
- Genitals are always EXCLUDED.
- Standard draping will be used, meaning only the body part being massaged will be exposed
- To sign up with a trainer, you must register in the Fitness/Wellness Center. Once you register, your trainer will contact you via email or phone within 2-3 days.
- There are no penalties if session cancellations are made at least 24 hours in advance for personal training session, fitness assessment or body composition appointments. You may contact your trainer directly or call 742-3828 to cancel your appointment. Failure to show up to a scheduled appointment or tardiness of 10 minutes or more will result in forfeiture of one appointment or session.
- All sessions must be used during the semester in which they were purchased. Exceptions are made only for medical reasons or for those purchasing a 24-Sessions Package or 32-Sessions Package. To request an exception you must contact Kami White-Waden, 742-3828. All unused sessions will be forfeited.
- Remember to bring a towel to each training session.
- RaiderX classes are offered to all eligible Rec members for free.
- Children under 12 are not allowed in any classes.
- Children ages 12-16 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who is a Rec member.
- Please arrive on time, doors open 10 minutes before class begins...class size is limited until all equipment is full.
- Entrance after 10 minutes of the start of class will not be allowed due to missing the warm-up.
- Please wear athletic attire when attending fitness classes.
- Come prepared to have fun!
- RaiderX2 classes are offered to all eligible Rec Center members for a minimal charge.
- Pre-registration and payment is in the Fitness/Wellness Center.
- NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN.
- There is a $2 transfer fee to switch classes (plus any additional cost of the class).
- $5 daily passes are also available to try classes out in the Fitness/Wellness Center.
- Must purchase hand wraps ($6) for Boxing Techniques classes.
- Heart Rate straps ($8) are available for purchase for Spin classes.
- All purchases will be made in the Fitness/Wellness Center.
- Spin and Mind/Body PASS is nonrefundable, replaceable, or transferrable.
- Come with a positive attitude, open mind, and a smile on your face!