Campus Recreation operations will be adjusting to follow university, local, and state ordinances for gyms, recreation centers, and pools. Given the variety of guidelines in place, students should anticipate substantial changes including: decreased occupancy capacity, modified membership benefits, and altered or suspended facility, equipment, program offerings and the continuation of a variety of online programming opportunities.

The safety of our employees, patrons, and participants is a shared responsibility. All Campus Recreation employees, patrons, participants, and visitors are expected to follow strict adherence to the policies below. As such, we expect all of our patrons and participants to stay home or go home if they feel ill or present any COVID-19 related symptoms.

Wipe down equipment before and after use. Towels and disinfectant spray (effective against COVID-19) will be available throughout the Rec Center. Scroll down to read full cleaning protocol.
To practice physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet from others in both indoor and outdoor spaces. Respect and follow safety procedures, guidelines, directional signage, and instructions from employees. Avoid physical contact (high fives, handshakes, etc.)—distanced air fives encouraged!
Know before you go! Building count will be real-time tracked and posted to the Campus Recreation website and managed by a staff member stationed at the front entrance at all times. Building capacity not to exceed 175 persons, including Campus Recreation staff. Click the green button below!

Facility Access

Patrons must complete the Daily Symptom Checker before entering the building, and staff will inquire about this upon entry.

  • Only full-fee-paying students and students purchasing part-time memberships permitted to access/use the Student Recreation Center
  • Part-time student memberships can still only be purchased in-person
  • Faculty/staff, spouse/partner, alumni, affiliate memberships, guests, day-passes, day memberships, and tours will not available at this time, due to the building capacity limits

Forms of payment accepted: credit card and ram cash

Hours 

Building hours are adjusted for University holidays, special events, maintenance closures, fall, winter, spring, and summer breaks. Unanticipated building closures will be communicated online @csurec on Instagram and Twitter, @csucampusrec on Facebook, and this website. Facility hours are subject to change.

Monday – Friday: 6:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 11:30 PM

  • Masks are required at all times (entering & working out)
  • Designated, physically-separated entrance and exit doors with marked paths are specified for entering and exiting the Student Recreation Center, which still accounts for ADA door usage that will also be monitored by the staff member at the front entrance maintaining the building count.
  • Outside waiting line: Ground markings and signage will detail the physical spacing and lining-up protocol for patrons waiting to enter the building when there is a line to swipe-in due to building capacity.
  • Patrons must fill out the campus Daily Symptom Checker before entering the building
  • Scan-in will be “touchless” with your RAMCard only

WHY

  • Masks have been shown to be a vital part of slowing or eliminating the spread of COVID-19
  • Exercising and associated breathing increases the spread of droplets, making masks important

SAFETY TIPS

Cardio Exercise Equipment

  • Cardio equipment spread out to main gym area on courts 1-3 in addition to regular locations on 1st and 2nd floor
  • Cardio equipment spaced minimum 6-10 feet apart in all areas
  • Equipment will have two-sided laminated red/green card indicators detailing if the piece has been cleaned by staff and is ready for use
    • Please do not use the equipment until the green indicator is showing

Strength Training Equipment

  • One person per location/piece of equipment/space
  • Equipment spaced 6-10 feet apart
  • Spotting not permitted
  • Plate-loaded and cable strength equipment will have two-sided laminated red/green card indicators detailing if the piece has been cleaned by staff and is ready for use
    • Please do not use the equipment until the green indicator is showing

Available: Cable machine attachments, individual folding mats, balance boards, non-porous foam rollers, resistance/strength bands. Patrons are encouraged to clean these items before and after each use. Staff will clean cable attachments and small shared equipment routinely each hour.

All areas listed below are closed until further notice:

  • Aquatics Center
  • Outdoor Areas: Rink, Volleyball courts, and Basketball courts
  • Studios: Studio 1, Studio 2, Studio 3, Studio 4, and Cycle Studio
  • Mat Room
  • Showers
  • Drop-in recreational sports
  • Lactation rooms in the Massage Therapy Suite

Equipment Unavailable:

  • Yoga blocks
  • Cloth-gripped ab rollers
  • Cloth-gripped ab sliders
  • Porous foam rollers
  • Cloth stretching ropes
  • Large stretching mats
  • TRX and Battle Ropes
  • Equipment checked out from the Equipment Desk

Personal Training

  • Train virtually or in-person outside of the Student Recreation Center
  • Currently accepting new clients
    • Full-fee paying students or part-time student members

Red Cross Classes

  • Class capacity: 9
  • Red Cross physical distance protocols will be followed

Day-use lockers outside of locker rooms are available for use; Day-use lockers in locker rooms and all rental lockers are unavailable 

  • Day-use lockers in locker rooms and all rental lockers are unavailable; Day-use lockers outside of locker rooms are available for use
  • Massage Therapy
  • Shower Towel Service
  • Indoor and outdoor sports and exercise equipment checkout
  • Swim Lessons
  • Dance & Martial Arts Classes
  • Cardio Exercise Equipment
    • Patrons are reminded to wipe down equipment before and after use
    • Custodial night staff will perform electrostatic cleaning of entire areas and all equipment when building is closed
    • Equipment will have two-sided laminated red/green card indicators detailing if the piece has been cleaned by staff and is ready for use
      • Please do not use the equipment until the green indicator is showing
  • Strength Training Equipment
    • Patrons are reminded to wipe down equipment before and after use
    • Custodial night staff will perform electrostatic cleaning of entire areas and all equipment when building is closed
    • Plate-loaded and cable strength equipment will have two-sided laminated red/green card indicators detailing if the piece has been cleaned by staff and is ready for use
      • Please do not use the equipment until the green indicator is showing
  • Climbing Wall
    • Ropes will be cleaned hourly by staff
    • Harnesses, climbing shoes, and carabiners will be disinfected upon return to the Climbing Wall desk after use. Fleet capacity of these items will be increased to allow for as much rotation as possible throughout the day
    • Climbing holds will be removed weekly for cleaning and re-setting
    • Pulling all holds down weekly, disinfecting them, allowing full dry time, power-washing per normal process, then re-setting new routes.
  • Drinking fountains, water bottle refill stations, door handles, ADA door touch panels, elevator buttons, patron service countertops, hand rails, railings, etc., will be continually cleaned by student and custodial staff throughout the day
  • Restrooms
    • Cleaned by staff throughout the day
    • Hand sanitizer stations placed inside or outside every bathroom
    • Disinfected nightly by custodial staff
  • Many items/services are not currently available to purchase or for registration
  • Most purchases/registrations are now available online to minimize in-person contact
  • For in-person purchases, members will swipe their own credit cards or Ram Cash (No cash will be accepted)
  • MAC Gym is designated as a separate facility and is closed off from the Student Recreation Center via multiple sets of closed, locked doors, and has its own separate occupancy capacity
  • All participants will enter and exit via the MAC Gym east doors, facing Meridian Ave
  • Only program-specific registered participants and staff will be permitted into the MAC Gym
  • Entrants are required to hand-sanitize upon entry
  • All policies for the Student Rec Center apply to the MAC Gym
  • Capacity: 25

Program Areas 

Looking for information about your favorite program areas? Scroll down to find more information on how program areas are currently operating. Program operations are subject to change.

Fitness

There are currently no fitness, Yoga, or cycling classes in the building at this time. Visit our YouTube and Social Media pages @CSURec, to find virtual classes. In-person classes will be held outside The Rec in the adjoining outdoor spaces and in the MAC, when necessary. All classes will require pre-registration for attendance due to reduced class offerings and class size capacities.

INTRAMURAL SPORTS

Intramural event-specific policies and protocols are detailed on each event page and in the online player quizzes. All players must join rosters before participating. On-site roster-additions are not available. Intramural Sports memberships will be sold online only.

OUTDOOR PROGRAM

Only local trips will be available. Regional, interstate, and international trips/expeditions will not be taking place at this time. Mandatory pre-trip meetings will occur virtually only. Required pre-trip documents/forms will be completed digitally whenever possible. Outdoor Gear Rental memberships will be sold online only.

SPORT CLUBS

There will be no Sport Club travel or in-person competitions. Sport Clubs that wish to partake in in-person team activities should be in contact with the Assistant Director, Sport Clubs moving forward for review and approval.

AQUATICS

The pool and Aquatic Center are unavailable until further notice. However, CPR classes are still being offered with a class capacity of 9 learners and Red Cross physical distance protocols!

Vulnerable Populations: Campus Recreation encourages vulnerable populations and those with related concerns to use the facility during earlier building-open hours, as those are typically the lower-use hours. Click here to check our the live building count to help inform your decision about when to visit The Rec.

Guest Code of Conduct

MASKS, HAND-WASHING/SANITIZING, & PHYSICAL DISTANCING

The safety of our employees and patrons/participants is a shared responsibility. As such, we expect all of our patrons and participants to:

  • Stay home or go home if they feel ill or present any COVID-19 related symptoms
  • Wear a face mask/covering that effectively cover nose and mouth
    • Exhale-valve-type masks are not permitted
    • You will be denied entry if you are not wearing a mask
  • Wash their hands often following CDC recommendations
  • Wipe down equipment before and after each use disinfectant provided
  • Hand sanitizer available throughout the building
  • Observe physical distancing
  • Avoid physical contact (high fives, handshakes, etc.)
  • Respect and follow safety procedures, guidelines, directional signage, and instructions from employees

Capacity

All capacity numbers include staff working within activity areas

BUILDING TOTAL CAPACITY: 175

LOBBY CAPACITY: 20

CLIMBING WALL: 10

1st FLOOR WEIGHT ROOM: 11

2nd FLOOR FITNESS CENTER: 50

2nd FLOOR EAST WEIGHT ROOM : 20

SPROCKETS LOUNGE AREA: 3

TRACK: 5

Locker Rooms

Both men’s and women’s locker rooms will be available for changing and restrooms ONLY.

  • Locker rooms available for changing with signage indicating physical spacing requirements
  • Day-use lockers outside of locker rooms are available for use; Day-use lockers in locker rooms and all rental lockers are unavailable
  • Restroom facilities are available
  • Showers are unavailable

All Gender Lockers & Changing Spaces

The All Gender Lockers & Changing Spaces will be available for changing and restrooms ONLY.

  • All-Gender Changing Room lockers unavailable due to inability to ensure physical distancing
  • Restroom facilities are available