Expand the titles below for information on all of Campus Recreation's policies and procedures, or click here to download the full Campus Recreation Policy Handbook PDF.
IM Memberships are nonrefundable--refunds will not be issued unless a participant is separating from the university or has a documented medical excuse. If a participant has checked-in for any contest no refund will be issued.
How to Request a Refund
1. The participant who is requesting a refund (whose name appears on the receipt) must complete and submit a Refund Request Form in person at the Member Services Desk in the Student Recreation Center before the last day of the semester in which the membership was purchased.
2. The refund will be submitted to the Assistant Director, Intramurals for approval and may take up to two weeks to process.
3. If the refund request is denied, an explanation as to why it was denied will be provided.
4. All refunds are subject to a $5.00 processing fee.
Participants withdrawing 10 days before the course start date are eligible for a refund subject to a $5 processing fee. Participants wanting to transfer courses should contact the Coordinator – Climbing Wall/Outdoor Program. Full refunds will be granted if the course is canceled due to weather, objective hazard, or low enrollment.
Outdoor gear rental passes are nonrefundable. Please check with the equipment desk to ensure that they have the equipment you need available prior to purchasing a gear rental pass.
Personal Training Sessions are non-refundable unless client has substantiated medical reasons with proof from a physician. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee and can take up to two weeks to be processed.
Refund requests for Dance and Martial Art classes must be submitted before the start of the second class session to be considered for a full refund. Refund Requests made after the start of the second class session will be considered only for substantiated medical reasons with proof from a physician. Late registration fees will not be refunded. Dance and Martial Arts classes that do not meet minimum enrollment will be cancelled at least one business day before the class starts and a full refund will be provided. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee and can take up to two weeks to be processed.
Class transfers are not permitted. If you need to switch classes, you will need to submit a refund request (per the policies noted below) and then enroll in the new class you want to be in, if space is still available. Refund requests are accepted at the Service Center. All Red Cross class refund requests must be submitted on or before 5pm five business days before the first class session. All refunds are assessed a $5 processing fee. Late registration fees will not be refunded. Refunds are not given in the event that the participant does not pass the class.
Refund requests must be submitted within 2 weeks from the date of purchase of a cycling or mind/body pass to be considered for a full refund. After 2 weeks of purchase no refunds will be given out. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee and can take up to two weeks to be processed.
Requests for refunds for massages will be considered if made by 5pm the day before the scheduled massage. Refund requests submitted after 5pm the day before a scheduled massage will not be approved. All refunds are subject to a $5 processing fee and can take up to two weeks to be processed.
The Student Recreation Center is a private space, therefore, photography and videography is strictly prohibited past the turnstiles. Requests to film or photograph within the Student Rec Center must be sent to the Communications Manager via email at least 48 hours in advance. Filming or photography for class projects, newspapers, articles, and all other media must abide by this policy.
Once approved by the Communications Manager, all persons obtaining photos, videos, or other forms of media within the Student Recreation Center will be given a media pass. This pass must be worn and plainly displayed during the entirety of the photo/video shoot. Persons without an approved media pass will be asked to leave the building, and must contact the Communications Manager for permission to reenter for media purposes.
All photography/videotaping must be done using care for patrons and personal privacy must be respected. If participants may be identified in any shot, their explicit permission must be obtained. Participants have a right to decline being in any shot.
Photography/videotaping may not be conducted in the locker rooms and restrooms.
Patrons' cell phones may be used to take photos or videos of themselves or friends working out within the facility and must remain for personal use only. Photography of other guests without their explicit permission is strictly prohibited. Guests taking photos or videos with their cell phone for personal use must not interrupt or cause any nuisance to others. If Campus Recreation staff feel that a guest is abusing the cell phone privilege, they will be asked to put their phone away, or leave the Student Recreation Center if they continue to violate the policy.
All requests for media interviews and photography/videos of Campus Recreation programs, the Student Recreation Center facilities, and/or participants for commercial or academic media must be made in advance. This may be done via email or phone to the Communications Manager and (970) 491-1510. All other media requests should be directed to the CSU Department of Public Relations at (970) 491-6621.
Campus Recreation allows advertising by CSU-affiliated departments in designated ad spaces. Download the Ads @ the Rec PDF for full advertising policies, pricing, and reservation information. To request ad space please contact the Communications Manager at (970) 491-1510 or email@example.com. Advertising space is limited, and is reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. Organizations or businesses that are not affiliated with the University are prohibited from using advertising space.
Sales and solicitations are prohibited in the Student Recreation Center.
Aquatics Facility General Policies:
Facilities and Equipment:
Steam Room & Sauna:
Aquatic Climbing Wall
Eligibility: Who can play CSU IM Sports?
Intramural Sports CSU Photo ID Policy: Have your CSU photo ID? You can play!
Sportsmanship & Conduct Expectations
Forfeits and Defaults
For a full list of IM Sports Policies and Procedures, please download the full handbook here.
Sport Club Program Eligibility Guidelines
Full fee-paying students, faculty, staff, part-time students and their spouses are eligible to
participate in the Sport Clubs Program. All individuals not classified as full fee-paying CSU
students must purchase a membership to the Student Recreation Center in order to participate in
a Sport Club. Only active student members are eligible to serve as appointed or elected officers
for a registered Sport Club. The eligibility criteria for active membership are:
Sport Club Designation Criteria
The Department of Campus Recreation acknowledges that sport-related clubs might wish to seek membership in the Sport Club Program. New Sport Clubs will be considered as department resources allow. Student organizations must meet the following minimum criteria before applying for Sport Club status.
Campus Recreation is not responsible for lost/stolen or damaged items. Do not leave valuables such as jewelry, wallets, electronic devices, or credit cards unsecured.
Day Use Lockers
Rental Lockers/Towel Service