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General Building Policies

  1. Animals are not allowed in the Student Recreation Center with the exception of service dogs.
  2. Card playing is allowed only in the Oasis area unless scheduled elsewhere. Gambling is prohibited.
  3. Food is allowed only in the Oasis area and meeting rooms unless otherwise approved by the Director of Campus Recreation.
  4. Damage: Any person damaging fixtures, equipment, or any other property of the Student Recreation Center shall be charged the cost of repair and replacement with the approval of the Director of Campus Recreation.
  5. Panhandling and/or begging is prohibited in the Student Recreation Center. Persons panhandling or begging should be advised that this is contrary to University policy. Persons who continue to panhandle or beg after being advised of this policy shall be reported to the Office of Public Safety.
  6. Use of Campus Recreation Facilities: The Donald S. Spencer Recreation Center is for University students, employees of the University (who are members), and their guests. It serves as the central location of most recreational activities and some class programs. The building and its services are also available to those individuals and groups that have been invited or scheduled by the University and/or Campus Recreation. It is not a public facility. Area grade school and high school students are not considered guests of the University unless specifically invited or scheduled by the University and/or Campus Recreation. These students will not be permitted to use our facilities.
  7. Solicitation: Student groups on campus may not use the mezzanine level of the Student Recreation Center for solicitation; that is the function of the Union Concourse.
  8. Apparel, equipment etc., left in daily lockers will be removed, bagged, and dated at the end of the day. Locker number will also be recorded. Such items will be kept 30 days before they are donated to a local charity.
  9. Towels: Towels will be available to wipe down equipment in various locations in the building. The Center will provide a wipe or shower towel for check-out at the equipment room with a valid student ID.
  10. Lost and found wearing apparel and sporting equipment will be kept at the equipment desk for 30 days.
  11. Lost and found keys, wallets, radios, and valuable jewelry. Items will be kept at the Front Desk in the safe. OPS will be notified when University keys are found.
  12. IDs which are found in/or at any Campus Recreation facility will be kept at the Front Desk of the Student Recreation Center for one day. After one day, they will be sent to University Housing and Dining. A record of IDs which are found and sent to UHDS will be kept at the Front Desk.
  13. Disruptive behavior in Campus Recreation facilities or during Campus Recreation activities: Anyone who is disruptive while using Campus Recreation facilities or during activities sponsored by Campus Recreation will be asked to leave. Violators may lose their usage privileges. An incident report will be filed and suspensions will be given at the discretion of the Director.