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Policies, Procedures and Guidelines


Aztec Recreation Facilities

Aquaplex
5375 Remington Rd.
San Diego, CA 92182-4010
619-594-SWIM (7946)


Aztec Lanes
1st Floor, A.S. Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
619-594-BOWL (2695)


ARC Express
3rd Floor, A.S. Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union
619-594-FITT (3488)


Aztec Recreation Center
55th St., SDSU
San Diego, CA. 92182-4010
619-594-PLAY (7529)


Racquetball Courts
Petersen Gym 180
619-594-6424

Mission Statement & Values

Mission Statement:

Aztec Recreation provides high quality programs, services and facilities that inspire active, healthy living and enhance the SDSU experience.

Values:

These values serve to guide individual and organizational behavior in Aztec Recreation:

  • Safety
  • Respect
  • Professionalism
  • Integrity
  • Service
  • Wellness
  • Excellence

The Associated Students of San Diego State University (A.S./SDSU) is responsible for the management of Aztec Recreation; with policy direction from the A.S. Council and the A.S. Recreation and Wellness Commission.

GENERAL

  1. PROGRAMMING: Aztec Recreation shall host many A.S. recreation-based programs; including but not limited to: Intramural sports, special events, weight training, personal training, sport clubs, Aztec Adventures, non-credit classes, informal recreation, martial arts, Spinning® (group cycling), ENS classes for credit, indoor rock climbing, fitness/wellness activities and group fitness classes.
  2. MAINTENANCE CLOSURES: The A.S. reserves the right to periodically close all or some portion of facilities for necessary maintenance and repairs. Refunds will not be provided during these maintenance closure periods.
  3. PARKING: All parking on campus requires a permit. Pay permits are $2 per hour for a maximum of 8 hours; (H lot you may only park 15 minutes and M lot you may only park for up to two hours maximum). Visitor lots are represented by a yellow P on the lot or structure sign. There are a total of 15 pay permit machines on campus. All pay machines accept VISA and MasterCard payments except H lot. These machines are located at: the Parking Information Booth, M, Q, R and W lots, Parking Structure 4 level 8, Parking Structure 5 levels 1 and 2 on the north side, and Parking Structure 6 levels 1 - 3. For information about parking permits, costs, the location of lots and structures that you may use, parking regulations and enforcement, see Parking Permits, Frequently Asked Question, or contact the Office of Parking Services at 619-594-6671.
  4. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES (ADA): All Aztec Recreation programs, services and activities shall meet all applicable requirements outlined within the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable accommodations will be offered to enable an individual’s successful participation in programs and services. In accordance with the ADA, the A.S. will not discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability on the basis of a disability in the provision of its services, programs or activities.
    Additionally, the A.S. will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations, unless the accommodation would fundamentally alter the nature of the program, service or activity; or result in an undue financial or administrative burden. The same minimum requirements that apply to person(s) without a disability also apply to a person with a disability. These include:
    • Meeting age and registration requirements;
    • Following the rules of conduct (with or without reasonable accommodation);
    • Voluntary participation: recreation programs are voluntary in nature; participation will be encouraged and aided, but not forced;
    • Ability to use consistent form of communication to indicate basic needs and follow simple directions (communication board, sign language, interpreter, writing, verbal, gestures, computer system, etc).
  5. ADA - ACCOMMODATION: To request an accommodation in order to participate in an Aztec Recreation programs, service or activity, please contact the Aztec Recreation staff at least ten (10) working days prior to the activity, call 619-594-5778.
  6. ASSISTED MOBILITY DEVICE: It is allowable for any member or guest with an injury or disability to use a wheelchair, walker, scooter, or other device, to move around in Aztec Recreation facilities. As a general rule, if a person does not need it to maintain their personal mobility, then it should be stored outside of the facilities.

ENTRANCE POLICIES

  1. ELIGIBILITY: Anyone 18 years of age or older is eligible to purchase an Aztec Recreation membership or day pass including SDSU students, faculty, staff and alumni as well as non-SDSU affiliated community members. Enrolled SDSU students under the age of 18 may also purchase a membership. *Individuals under the age of 18 may participate in programs at the Aquaplex, Aztec Lanes, Racquetball and Tennis with adult supervision. Details are available at each location.
  2. MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES: The benefits of Aztec Recreation Membership include:
    1. Entry into the ARC
    2. Entry into Aztec Aquaplex
    3. Entry into ARC Express
    4. Eligibility to play for Sport Club team(s)
    5. Access to racquetball/wallyball courts in Peterson Gym
    6. Climbing wall orientation/climbing shoes/climbing during open hours
    7. Participation in Group Fitness classes
    8. Intramural sports participation
    9. Free bowling (maximum three games per day); additional fee for shoe rental
    10. Reduced prices on: 
      1. non-credit Rec classes 
      2. special events & challenge activities 
      3. MBAC non-credit classes
    11. One complimentary "guest" visit per semester
  3. INCLUSIVE RECREATION: Aztec Recreation supports a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, religion (to include religious dress practice and religious grooming practice), color, sex (to include breastfeeding or medical conditions related to breastfeeding), age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, pregnancy, medical condition, military status, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression or any other protected group.

    In keeping with the University’s policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression, Aztec Recreation supports and values an individual’s right to access and utilize recreation facilities, restrooms, locker rooms, programs, and services in accordance with an individual’s gender identity and gender expression.
  4. BIOMETRIC HAND READER: Aztec Recreation utilizes hand geometry technology that verifies the measurements of the unique size and shape of your fingers and hand against the same image when you joined. More than 90 different measurements are made such as, length, width, thickness and surface area. No fingerprints or palm prints are taken. Because your hand is your ID card, the hand reader(s) allows members to access the facilities without the hassle of an ID card. You have the convenience of entering in seconds without worrying about keeping track of a photo ID card.
  5. DAY PASS: Non-members, at least 18 years of age, may purchase a day-pass for the Aztec Recreation Center, Racquetball, ARC Express, or Aquaplex. Participants must present a valid photo identification card and sign a waiver of liability. Day-passes include same-day entry to ARC, Aquaplex, ARC Express, and/or Racquetball.
  6. COMPLIMENTARY PASSES: Free passes (Guest, Visitor, VIP or Trial) can be redeemed at the Member Services desk. Participants must complete/sign a waiver of liability and present a valid photo identification card.
  7. TOURS: Visitors may request tours. Tour visitors are prohibited from working out, utilizing the equipment, and taking photographs.
  8. VISITORS: Visiting professors, conference attendees, large groups/clubs and guests of SDSU are encouraged to purchase a day or month pass while visiting.
  9. MEMBERSHIP FEES: The majority of the funding for Aztec Recreation operations comes from membership dues. No state dollars or tax money is collected to maintain and/or operate programs and services. Please see the front desk or web site for current fees and information.
  10. SPECTATOR FEE: Spectators are required to purchase a day pass.
  11. ENTRY: All Aztec Recreation members and guests will enter and exit through the turnstiles inside the front doors at the main entrance. All other doors are alarmed; passing through any alarmed door(s) is prohibited except during emergency evacuations. Sneaking a non-member into the facility or double-handing a non-member into any facility at the biometric hand reader is a violation and will result in suspension.
  12. RESTRICTIONS: Unauthorized use of Aztec Recreation facilities is strictly prohibited and should be reported to staff immediately. Anyone violating rules outlined in this handbook will be asked to exit immediately. Depending on severity of violation, further action my result.
  13. MEMBER-IN-GOOD-STANDING: In order to maintain eligibility for all the benefits of membership, members must remain in good standing. A member in good standing is a person:
    1. Whose account is up-to-date
    2. Whose membership is paid in full
    3. Who is not serving a suspension for violating any conduct or sportsmanship policy
    4. Who is abiding by all recreation rules
  14. MEMBERS NOT IN GOOD STANDING: A member not in good standing is one whose payment account (EFT, checking account, credit card, etc.) is invalid or has non-sufficient funds. A member with non-sufficient funds will be ineligible for all of privileges and benefits. In addition, a "member not in good standing" is also one who has violated any policy or whose privileges have been temporarily suspended.
  15. CANCELLATION OF ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER (EFT) MEMBERSHIP: After completing the 4-month minimum obligation, members must complete a cancellation form, via internet, before the 24th of the month to terminate membership and stop all future billing. No refunds shall be issued if members fail to utilize/visit facilities and do not complete a cancellation form on or prior to the 24th of the month.
  16. REFUNDS: Refunds shall be granted for activities/events that are cancelled. To apply for a refund, members should complete a refund request form and submit to the Member Services Manager.

HEALTH & SAFETY

  1. MEDICAL EXAMINATION: IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT MEMBERS AND GUESTS HAVE A MEDICAL EXAMINATION PRIOR TO UTILIZING THE ARC OR BEGINNING AN EXERCISE PROGRAM.
  2. INSURANCE: Individuals participate at their own risk. Individuals are encouraged to obtain adequate health and accident insurance prior to participating in any physical activity.
  3. FIRE ALARM: Occasional fire drills will be held to ensure members and guests are aware of emergency procedures. During an evacuation, please remain calm, cooperate fully with staff and exit the facility in an orderly way. Pulling a fire alarm misleadingly is strictly prohibited and is punishable by law.
  4. TELEPHONE: A courtesy phone, for on-campus calls, is located adjacent to the climbing wall. Cell phones are permitted provided voice level is not disruptive. No photos.
  5. SAFETY & SUPERVISION: ALL members and guests are responsible for maintaining a safe environment. Cooperation of everyone is necessary to ensure adequate safety.
  6. DANGEROUS ACTIVITY: Activity that is destructive or appears to be unsafe is prohibited and may result in suspension or termination and retribution of repair costs and expenses relating to the destructive or dangerous act. Dangerous activity will be determined by staff on duty.
  7. ALL INJURIES (MINOR & MAJOR) SUSTAINED WHILE PARTICIPATING IN AZTEC RECREATION MUST BE REPORTED TO NEAREST STAFF MEMBER IMMEDIATELY. Also, please report all unsafe conditions or equipment to a staff member immediately.

CONDUCT

  1. GENERAL STANDARDS OF CONDUCT: Aztec Recreation is a program of Associated Students of SDSU. Participation in Aztec Recreation facilities and programs is a privilege. Members and guests are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with SDSU’s function as an educational institution and to act courteously, respectfully and safely at all times. Individuals who engage in behavior inconsistent with program policies and expectations may have their access permanently revoked or modified indefinitely.
  2. STANDARDS OF STUDENT CONDUCT: In addition to Aztec Recreation policies, all SDSU students are expected to abide by the Standards of Student Conduct, Article 2, Section 41301. Standards of Student Conduct violations will be referred to the SDSU Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities. 
  3. DISORDERLY AND UNSAFE CONDUCT:  Conduct including, but not limited to, destruction of property, vandalism, spitting on the floors, walls or drinking fountains, use of profanity or derogatory language, lewd or indecent behavior, dropping weights, attempting to sneak into the facility or actions that contribute to an unwelcoming or unsafe environment, such as yelling, taunting, talking trash, bullying, threats, pushing, fighting, physical abuse, or withholding or falsifying information are prohibited.
  4. FIGHTING: Any member or guest who, in the judgment of the Aztec Recreation employee, engages in a fight, attempts to fight, or instigates a fight or altercation shall have their privileges suspended or revoked. Privileges include entrance into all Aztec Recreation facilities, Intramural Sports eligibility, Sport Club eligibility, and program participation.
  5. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS: Aztec Recreation Facilities and Programs are alcohol, drug and narcotics free. This includes members, their sponsored guests and/or spectators. Members may be held responsible for the conduct of their sponsored guests. Anyone possessing or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or other substance shall be asked to leave the facility and may be subject to suspension and or termination of membership.
  6. WEAPONS: Aztec Recreation Facilities and Programs are weapons free. This includes, but is not limited to: firearms or guns, replicas, ammunition, explosives, fireworks, knives, other weapons, or dangerous chemicals.
  7. LOST/STOLEN ITEMS: Aztec Recreation is not responsible for stolen items. Even when locked, valuables should not be left inside a locker. Members are encouraged to contact University Police at 594-1991 to report stolen items.
  8. REFUSAL OF SERVICE: Aztec Recreation/Associated Students staff have the authority interpret all policies and reserve the right to refuse service to members and/or guests if their conduct necessitates such action. Members may also be responsible for the conduct of sponsored guests.
  9. DISCIPLINE: Members involved in an incident regarding a possible policy violation may have their membership inactivated indefinitely while further information is gathered. Results of the follow up will determine subsequent disciplinary action. Disciplinary action resulting from investigation of an incident is determined on a case-by-case basis and could range from no action to a permanent membership or facility ban.  

    In addition to consequences related to membership status issued by Aztec Recreation/Associated Students, incidents involving student Standards of Conduct violations will be forwarded SDSU’s Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities for investigation. Disciplinary action from the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities is determined on a case-by-case basis and could range from no action to expulsion from the California State University system.

    All SDSU student participants are subject to the possibility of official SDSU Judicial Proceedings and consequences from SDSU Public Safety officials if they threaten and/or abuse staff, another member and/or guest or engage in illegal activity in any Aztec Recreation facilities and/or programs. Non-SDSU student members are subject to the possibility of consequences from the SDSU Public Safety Department and/or San Diego Law Enforcement officials if they threaten and/or abuse staff, another member and/or guest or engage in illegal activity in any Aztec Recreation facilities and/or programs. 
  10. APPEAL: Members may appeal disciplinary action taken by the Aztec Recreation/Associated Students staff. A valid appeal must show either a misapplication or a misinterpretation of the guidelines, rules or policy. All program participants, members and guests are expected to read, know, understand and abide by the rules and regulations of the programs. Ignorance of the rules is not an excuse or a valid reason for a dispute. Only valid appeals by members will be considered. Appeals from guests will not be entertained.
  11. APPEAL PROCESS: A written appeal of a decision must be submitted within one-week (7-days) of notification of the disciplinary decision. Appeal letters should be sent to the A.S. Aztec Recreation Director. SDSU student appeals will be forwarded to the A.S. Recreation & Wellness Commission for review and a hearing if required. An appeal from a non-SDSU student member will be reviewed by the Aztec Recreation Management Team in consultation with Associated Students Risk Management. The Management Team has the authority to uphold the original decision, reduce or increase the disciplinary action. The decision of the Management Team is final.
  12. HEARINGS: If an appeal by an SDSU student member is determined to be valid, an appeal hearing will be scheduled. The appeal is the responsibility of the A.S. Recreation and Wellness Commission. The Commission shall host an appeal hearing at the next appropriate meeting time. Hearing procedures include:
    1. Appellants writing an appeal outlining their disagreement or erroneous action;
    2. An appeal hearing shall include a written account of the incident from staff and/or participant, followed by oral statements and ending with questions from the board.
    3. The Recreation and Wellness Commission shall decide on the merits of the appeal and decide if the existing sanctions are appropriate or should be enhanced or eliminated. The decision of the Recreation and Wellness Commission is final.
  13. REPEAT OFFENSES AFTER REINSTATEMENT: Aztec Recreation/Associated Students is committed to ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for our members. Consequently, members who have subsequent conduct issues after reinstatement from a prior membership suspension, regardless of length of time from the reinstatement, may be subject to an immediate and permanent termination of membership.
  14. MEMBERSHIP RATE AFTER MEMBERSHIP SUSPENSION: Any Aztec Recreation member who has had her/his membership suspended due to conduct issues, but is eligible for reinstatement will be charged the current monthly rate for the appropriate membership category, regardless of what the rate was at the time of the suspension, if she/he wishes to continue as a member once the membership suspension has been completed.

ATTIRE

  1. GENERAL: Exercise attire is required. Appropriate exercise attire includes comfortable, loose-fitting clothing.
  2. PANTS: Short or long exercise/warm-up pants are acceptable. Pants with belts, cut-off pants and/or jeans with metal rivets are prohibited.
  3. SHIRTS: For hygiene purposes and to ensure an appropriate appearance, a shirt is required to be worn. The majority of your body must be covered, midriff or back bearing shirts, or shirts with cut outs that fall below the elbow are not allowed.
  4. SHOES: For safety purposes, closed-toed and closed-heeled athletic footwear is required in all activity areas. The following footwear is prohibited:
    1. shoes that damage the wood gym floor, carpet or floor covering;
    2. dark-soled shoes which may mark the finish of the wood floor;
    3. any shoe suspected of damaging or marking the floor covering;
    4. all leather-soled street shoes;
    5. open-toed athletic footwear, sandals or flip-flops;
    6. muddy, dusty or dirty shoes;
    7. spikeless golf shoes;
    8. turf shoes, cleats or metal/rubber spiked shoes;
    9. bedroom slippers or open back slip-ons;
    10. running/jogging shoes that mark the floors.

    NOTE: Adherence to the above policy will provide for fairness of everyone while preserving the floor covering from undue damage. If a participant is found to be wearing unacceptable shoes, he/she may be liable for damages; they may NOT continue their activity unless they change footwear; members and/or guests may NOT continue to participate in socks or bare feet.

EQUIPMENT

  1. SPORTS EQUIPMENT: Equipment (volleyball, soccer ball, basketball, foam rollers, jump ropes, racquets, etc) may be checked out through Member Services at no charge using a member scan code. Participants will be assessed the full replacement cost of any item(s) damaged or not returned. Failure to pay may result in membership suspension.
  2. TOWELS: While members may bring their own towel, complimentary towels are available under the following guidelines at the Aztec Rec Center only (must bring your own towel to ARC Express and Aquaplex):
    1. Participants may request either one small or one medium towel at the equipment checkout station. The complimentary towel service operates on an exchange system, with a clean towel issued when a used towel is returned.
    2. Shower towels can be checked out at the Member Services desk equipment check out station with a member scan code. Shower towels can be checked out in addition to the allotted one small or medium towel.
    3. All towels are for use within the Aztec Recreation Center. Please return/check-in towels prior to exiting the facility.
    4. Members who do not properly check in towels will be assessed a replacement fee of $3.00.

    All members using the weight room, fitness room and cardio equipment room are strongly encouraged to carry a towel to wipe and dry the machines and upholstery after using it. Gym wipes and sanitation spray bottles are available for member use and are located throughout Aztec Recreation facilities.

FACILITY USAGE

  1. REFRESHMENTS: Due to the high volume of members, all food, drink, candy, and/or other snack item(s) must be consumed in designated areas. Chewing gum is prohibited.
  2. PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES: Non-breakable, plastic, leak-proof drinking containers, which hold water, are allowable. Glass containers are strictly prohibited.
  3. SMOKING: SDSU is a completely smoke-free campus. Smoking is not permitted in or outside any buildings, including grass area, Aztec Recreation facilities, auxiliary buildings, or parking areas.
  4. LOCKERS: Day-Use lockers are available:
    • Coin-operated lockers are available at a charge of 25 cents.
    • Personal (bring-your-own-padlock) lockers are available for calendar day-use in the locker rooms. Please check the locker you plan to use to ensure it is empty. Staff is not authorized to cutoff or remove padlocks that do not belong to the owner.
    • A small number of lockers in the men’s & women’s locker room & ARC hallway are available to rent on a limited basis.
    WARNING: All padlocks are cut-off and lockers will be emptied at the end of each day (usually between 12am-7am). Personal articles remaining in the lockers will be removed from the locker and turned into lost & found at the front desk.
  5. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Personal belongings (gym bag, book bag, back pack, duffel bag, purse, clothing, shoes, and/or other possessions) should be properly stored in a locker or cubby. Members and guests are responsible for the security of their personal property. It is highly recommended that individuals not bring valuable items.
  6. AUDIO: The use of the ARC’s group exercise music systems is prohibited. Personal use of boom box systems, noise-makers, musical instruments and/or amplified sound is prohibited.
  7. VIDEO: Without prior approval, the use of any apparatus that takes still or moving pictures including video tape recorders, smart phones and/or all pictures or movie camera use is prohibited inside Aztec Recreation facilities.
  8. ANIMALS/PETS: Except for service dogs, animals are not permitted.
  9. SALES/ADVERTISING: Unless approved, no sales brochures, advertising (flyers, posters, signs, displays, banners, etc.) or promotional activities of any kind is allowed.
  10. SOLICITATION: Solicitation or tabling is prohibited. Soliciting member’s for use of their guest pass is prohibited and will be reported to Public Safety.
  11. SAUNA USE: All activities inside the sauna shall be compatible with the designated purpose/design of the area with the safety of the member supported at all times (i.e.: activities such as working out, shaving, sleeping, in the sauna are prohibited).
  12. COMPUTERS: ARC members utilizing the computers in the lobby/hallway are required to use them in an appropriate way; members found viewing indecent web sites or pornographic/sexually explicit web sites and/or downloading pictures onto the screen will lose their membership privileges. No eating or drinking while using the computers.
  13. SLEEPING: Sleeping and/or lying down in Aztec Recreation facilities are prohibited and may result in loss of membership privileges.
  14. CLUBS, GROUPS OR TEAMS: Large groups (five or more participants) of students, club, athletic or sport club teams must make prior arrangements to work out or practice as a group. Non-approved groups cannot monopolize an area. It is unacceptable for a group of five or more participants to create a team or group workout environment where other members might be turned away from any machine, group of machines, exercise room or specific area.
  15. GROUP FITNESS: For safety reasons, Aztec Recreation may deny participation to patrons who do not follow ARC guidelines, who arrive 10 minutes after the start of class, or who arrive after class has reached maximum capacity.
  16. SPINNING® BIKES: Spinning® bikes are first come - first serve. It shall be prohibited to reserve a Spinning® bike by placing a item of clothing or personal item on the bike in an attempt to reserve it’s use - such items will be considered lost ’n’ found and removed.

RESERVATION PROCEDURES

  1. FACILITY RESERVATIONS: Groups or individuals wishing to rent Aztec Recreation facilities may do so by completing a Facility Request form at least 10 working days prior to the activity. Rates vary based on facility, dates, and times requested.
  2. RESPONSIBILITY: Reservations and scheduling of the facility must be in agreement with outlined policies. These policies have been established to minimize conflicts and ensure quality recreational opportunities.
  3. ACTIVITY USE: All activities shall be compatible with the designated purpose/design of the facility; unsafe activities or those that are incompatible with the designated purpose or design are prohibited. Activities shall be suitable to the respective area with the safety of the member supported at all times.
  4. PRIORITY USE: Aztec Recreation shall schedule a variety of recreation-based activities in sufficient quantity and quality to maximize the facility. The priority usage shall be to support recreation services to members. Occasionally, university activities may take precedence over regularly scheduled recreation programs.
  5. PERSONAL/MONETARY GAIN: Private instruction for profit runs in competition with sponsored classes and programs. Commercial groups and individuals are prohibited to use Aztec Recreation facilities for personal gain or to sponsor events and/or activities. Unauthorized or profit-making ventures, meetings, teaching, coaching, personal training or instruction is also prohibited. It is inappropriate for facility participants or employees to receive personal financial compensation using university facilities and/or equipment.
  6. PERSONAL TRAINING: All non-authorized personal training is prohibited. All individuals perceived as personal trainers will be asked to desist training behavior immediately; continued perception of personal training will result in loss of membership privileges. Personal trainers must sign a working agreement.

COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS

  1. QUESTIONS: Explanations or clarifications of the above policies should be directed to a staff member.
  2. CUSTOMER COMMENTS/FEEDBACK: Members wishing to express a concern, suggest an improved service or praise an employee are strongly encouraged to speak to an employee and/or complete a Comment Card. These forms are reviewed regularly by the staff and are occasionally posted in the hallway. Comment cards can be found in all Aztec Recreation locations and on-line, arc.sdsu.edu.

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. BICYCLES, ROLLERBLADES, ROLLER SKATES, SKATEBOARDS and SCOOTERS: The current campus policy states that bicycles, skateboards, roller skates and similar personal wheeled conveyances may only be operated in designated locations. These items must remain outside. Adjacent to the front entrance, several lockable bike and skateboard rack(s) are available.
  2. VENDING/CATERING/CONCESSIONS: Aztec Shops, Inc. controls the sale of food, concessions, beverage and resale merchandise on campus. Therefore, NO outside catering or vending is permitted. Contact Aztec Shops at (619) 594-7501 for more information.
  3. LOST AND FOUND: All items found shall go to the Member Services desk. Items will be logged and stored for a short time until forwarded to a local charity. Unfortunately, the A.S. cannot be responsible for lost items. It is strongly suggested that members and guests not bring valuable items. Members or guests should inquire, in-person, with the Member Services desk if they believe they have lost something. Staff will not confirm the status of a possible lost ’n’ found item over the telephone.
  4. STEROID WARNING: The use of illicit performance enhancing substances, human growth hormone, GHB, DHEA or other steroids to increase strength or growth can cause serious health troubles IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Members and/or guest who sell, use or exchange illicit steroids while using Aztec Recreation facilities will face disciplinary action.
  5. COMPLIANCE: All members and guests are expected to comply with the rules and regulations; everyone must also comply with SDSU campus policies. Issues regarding compliance with policies and complaints regarding enforcement of regulations shall be directed to the Aztec Recreation Director.
  6. ALL-INCLUSIVE: The aforementioned rules are not intended to cover all instances or be all-inclusive. Other rules (specific to programs) may apply and shall be considered binding to all participants. The A.S. reserves the right to change or amend these policies as deemed necessary for the safety and functionality of the facility, program or activity. Compliance with Aztec Recreation staff is expected at all times. Failure to comply with staff and interpreted policies may result in suspension or termination of membership. Aztec Recreation reserves the right to refuse service.

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