AQUATIC CENTER POOL RULES
- Swim only when a lifeguard is on duty.
- Appropriate commercially bought swim attire required; swimwear should be clean.
- Persons with infectious or communicable diseases are prohibited from using the pool or spa.
- Please refrain from spitting in or polluting the water.
- Diving from the deck is permitted in deep water area only (9 ft or greater).
- No running, horseplay, or disruptive behavior allowed.
- Glass, sharp plastics items, and other breakable items are not permitted.
- Food, gum or beverages are prohibited. Plastic water containers are allowed.
- Only Type II Coast Guard Approved floatation devices or lifejackets are allowed.
- Use of starting blocks is restricted to supervised competitive practice/meets; use by recreational swimmers is not permitted.
- Please refrain from placing objects in the pool gutter.
- Please refrain from hanging on the lane lines.
- No swimming underneath the bulkhead.
- Pool toys must be approved by the aquatic staff.
- Children wearing diapers, including swim diapers, must also wear tightly fitted plastic pants.
- Street shoes should be removed prior to entering the Aquatic Center.
- Moving of aquatic equipment, including the movable bulkheads, should not occur without aquatic staff permission and/or direct supervision.
- Pets, except for trained guide dogs, are not allowed in the Aquatic Center.
- Patrons must comply with the decisions made by Campus Recreation employees.
SPA (see additional rules on sign by Spa)
- Recreational Use diving is permitted on one 1-Meter diving board during Recreation Swim time with the permission of the lifeguard staff.
- The Diving Tower and 3-Meter Diving Boards are not available for Recreation Use.
- Children under 16 years old must be able to swim the width of the diving well before using the boards. An aquatic center staff member may ask the youngster to demonstrate the skill if they are concerned for the safety of the individual.
One person on the diving boards at a time.
Only one bounce per dive.
- Dive straight from the end of the board only.
After diving, swim to the nearest ladder and climb out; do not swim under the board.
No hanging on the end of the board at any time.
Elderly persons, pregnant women, infants and those with health conditions requiring medical care should consult with a physician before entering the spa.
- Hot water immersion while under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, drugs, or medicines may lead to serious consequences and is not recommended
Long exposure may result in nausea, dizziness or fainting.