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SRC Pool Policies

Participants must present a valid app card or download the UREC app for admittance to the recreation facilities.

The following is prohibited: 

  • Food or drinks in an open container (i.e. cup).
  • Glass containers, tobacco products, gum, alcoholic beverages, pets, bikes, rollerblades, skateboards, or hauling devices (strollers, carts, car seats, etc.)
  • Cell phone use in any of the restrooms or locker rooms.
  • Use of cameras for taking photos or video.
  • Running on the deck and/or rough play.
  • Use the pool area with an open wound or sore.
  • Pollution of the pool is prohibited (e.g. urination, blowing of nose, spitting, and menstruation, etc.).

General Use

  • To participate, all UREC participants (student staff, faculty, and guests) must have a current Liability and Consent Waiver form on file. Waivers are valid for five years.
  • All participants must shower before entering the pool.
  • Participants must wear clean flip-flops or aqua shoes on the deck/in the pool.
  • Children 5 years of age or younger and non-swimmers must be accompanied in the water by an adult at all times.
  • Children that wear diapers must wear swim diapers.
  • Novice swimmers may be asked to pass a swim test with the lifeguard before entering the deep end.
  • Enter and exit through the locker room.

Please Note

  • University Recreation is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items. (Turn in any found items to a Facility Supervisor on duty)
  • Any violation of the policies listed above or those set forth by University Recreation may be grounds for removal from the facilities.
  • This facility is being monitored by closed-circuit cameras.
  • Flotation devices found in the pool area, personal or belonging to UREC, are not meant to be used as life saving devices.  Notify a lifeguard on duty in case of an emergency.
  • Lockers are available for storage of personal belongings while in the facility.

Inclement Weather Policy:

Thunder: Immediate evacuation of the pool area. Reopen approximately 15 minutes following last indication of thunder

Lightning: Immediate evacuation of the pool area

Reopen approximately 30 minutes following last sighting of lightning

Lifeguard Whistle

2 Short Blasts = Lifeguard Instruction
3 Long Blasts = Clear the pool