Rules & Policies
The following policies and procedures may not cover every situation or event that may occur within our facilities. Final interpretation of rules and policies will be left to the discretion of the Department of Campus Recreation Administration in order to maintain the safety and well-being of all members.
Policies & Procedures
Campus Recreation at Tarleton State University has set policies and procedures to ensure the safety of all individuals who use our facilities.
Bicycles, Skateboards, Hoverboards, and In-Line Skate Policies
Bicycles, skateboards, hoverboards, and in-line skates are not allowed in the Rec Center. Bicycle racks are located outside of the facility for bicycle parking; skateboards, hoverboards, and in-line skates should be left at home. Campus Recreation is not liable for any stolen items; if you choose to ride anything other than a bicycle to the Recreation Center, you must do so at your own risk.
Children under the age of 16 are not allowed in the Recreation Center. Individuals who bring children under the age of 16 will be asked to leave.
Lost & Found Policy
- The Recreation Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
- Members are encouraged to store all personal belongings securely in a locker.
- Staff members are not permitted to hold equipment, valuables, or bags for members.
- Found items should be turned in at the control desk.
- Equipment found in any Campus Recreation facility will be sent to the University Police Department.
Equipment Check-Out & Guest Passes
Racquetball, tennis, badminton racquets, volleyballs, basketballs, and disc golf sets can be checked out for member use. A valid member ID must be presented to check out equipment. The ID will be swiped again when the equipment is turned back in at the control desk. The equipment will be inspected upon return. If damages occur, the member or guest will be responsible for the cost of replacing the item.
Campus Recreation is pleased to offer Day Passes for $10 per day. Guests must be accompanied by a member of the Rec Center.
Campus Recreation does not allow anyone under the age of 16 to access the facility.
Facility Behavior Policy
The Recreation Center is a place for exercise, fun, and relaxation. Abusive, vulgar, or degrading language will not be tolerated. Facilities and equipment should be used for their designated purpose.
Any individual not following appropriate policies or behaviors will be asked to leave the facility.
Personal Training Session Cancellation Policy
Rescheduling or canceling sessions must be done at least 24 hours prior to your session to avoid being charged. Before meeting with your personal trainer, be sure to thoroughly read our personal training policies before signing your contract.
Pre-purchased sessions are non-refundable. This will not be adjusted for any reason.
Campus Carry Law
On June 1, 2015 Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 11 passed by the 84thTexas Legislature and known as the “Campus Carry” Law. Senate Bill 11 allows licensed holders to carry a concealed handgun throughout university campuses, beginning August 1, 2016. Read more about this legislation.