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Frequently Asked Questions


ARC Cardio Room

Q: IS THERE ANY TIME LIMIT ON THE CARDIO MACHINES?
A: No our policy is ‘first-come-first-served’ and there is a self regulating line. We suggest a 30-minute self-regulating limit when the ARC is busy.

Q: CAN I REQUEST A TV CHANNEL?
A: Yes, while we have the stations preset to several channels, a floor supervisor can change the channel for you on request. You may bring a headset and tune in the audio of the show using the Cardio Theatre box located on each cardio machine.

Q: WHAT’S THE ARC POLICY ON SHARING WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT?
A: We encourage participants to "work-in" with others using weight training equipment to share it and use it most efficiently.

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ARC Express

Q: WHERE IS THE ARC EXPRESS LOCATED?
A: The ARC Express is located in the South East corner on the 3rd floor of the newly opened Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. For additional directions please view the SDSU Campus Map

Q: CAN MEMBERS OF AZTEC RECREATION USE THE ARC EXPRESS FACILITY?
A: YES! Active Aztec Recreation members may use the ARC Express. Guests can also use this facility with an appropriate member guest pass, issued one week pass, or purchased day pass.

Q: WHAT EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE TO CHECKOUT AT THE ARC EXPRESS?
A: The ARC Express has a variety of equipment available for members and guests to check out during their visit. Items include TRX Straps, Kettlebells, Foam Rollers, and Stretch bands.

Q: DOES THE ARC EXPRESS HAVE TOWEL CHECKOUT SERVICE OR LOCKER ROOMS?
A: The ARC Express does not offer towel checkout service or locker rooms. There are restrooms, day use lockers, cell phone lockers and storage cubbies available.

Q: WHY DOES THE ARC EXPRESS HAVE FREE WEIGHT EQUIPMENT ONLY UP TO 50 LBS?
A: The weight restriction for this facility has been limited to 50lbs because of its location on the third floor of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union. Just below the facility the SDSU Cultural Center includes multiple offices and quiet meeting spaces. Equipment at ARC Express is oriented toward functional training using your own body weight.

Q: WHERE CAN I STORE MY SKATEBOARD OR SCOOTER WHEN WORKING OUT AT THE ARC EXPRESS?
A: The ARC Express has a skateboard rack inside the Express for storage. All boards & scooters must be stored in the rack.

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ARC Fitness Room

Q: What do you do with the old fitness equipment in the ARC?
A: We take great pride in having the newest and best equipment in San Diego. We usually return outdated equipment to the vendor for credit on the replacement pieces.

Q: Do you have separate weights for men and women?
A: No, but we maintain lighter weights and heavier weights in separate areas.

Q: What’s the ARC policy on sharing weight training equipment?
A: We encourage participants to "work-in" with others using weight training equipment to share it and use it most efficiently.

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Aztec Recreation General

Q: Who runs Aztec Recreation?
A: Aztec Recreation is a program of Associated Students/SDSU (A.S.).

Q: Why can’t I carry my workout bag around with me in the ARC?
A: Bags on the floor are a tripping hazard for others and all members must do their part to reduce clutter in the facilities. Locking a bag in one of our many day lockers also decreases the chance of lost or stolen items from unattended bags.

Q: Do you rent sports equipment? If so, where?
A: Yes, members can checkout equipment free of charge with a valid photo ID. ARC has punching bags, volleyballs, basketballs, weight belts, TRX Straps, and indoor soccer balls. Recreational Sports offers racquetball racquets, racquetball goggles, and racquetball balls along with wallyballs, and wallyball nets available for members who present a valid ID. The Aquaplex has pull buoys, kick boards, basketballs, and floating lounges. ARC Express has TRX straps, kettle bells, and foam rollers.

Q: What if I cannot open my locker?
A: For security reasons, we limit the staff authorized to cut locks. If a specific situation justifies a lock be cut, we charge a service fee of $5.

Q: Can I keep my stuff in the locker overnight?
A: Not unless you’re renting the locker. The majority of lockers in the ARC and ARC Express are for day use only during your workout.

Q: I inadvertently left my things in the locker overnight and the lock was cut off. How do I get my things back?
A: All locks not removed by midnight are cut off (1am – 6am). Since some contents, such as personal hygiene products or underclothes cannot be received by the lost and found, they are discarded. Items can be retrieved from Lost & Found for up to 10 days. After that, items are donated to charity.

Q: What if I lost something in an Aztec Recreation facility?
A: If you have lost something, visit the facility where you lost it and our staff will check the Lost and Found storage. All inquiries must be done in person. Lost and Found is a courtesy to members and as such, Aztec Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Wallets, driver’s licenses, Red ID’s and credit cards are given to Public Safety as they are found.

Per Associated Students policy, personal items such as shampoo, hairbrushes etc are thrown away. Other items are locked and stored for 30 days. After 30 days electronic equipment and keys are sent to SDSU Environmental Health Services Department where they are destroyed.

After 30 days clothing, sports equipment and all other items are donated to charity.

Q: Can I bring a friend/guest to workout with me for free?
A: Yes, members are encouraged to bring guests, age 18 and over. Members receive one free guest visit per semester (Fall, Spring, Summer). A non-member guest may only visit for free once per calendar year. Non-members who live in San Diego may qualify for our one-week pass. This enables people who are likely to buy a membership, access for one week.

Q: How often do you clean the equipment?
A: The mats and equipment are disinfected two to four times during the day by ARC staff and then at night a professional cleaning crew disinfects the mats and equipment again.

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Group Fitness

Q: How much does it cost to take a Group Fitness class?
A: Group Fitness classes are included in the membership. Non-members may purchase a one-day pass at the ARC Member Services desk.

Q: Do I have to sign-up to take a Group Fitness class?
A: There is no sign up for group fitness classes. All class availability is on a first come, first served basis, and cannot be reserved, including Spinning. Participants may line up outside the Group Exercise Studio and Multi-purpose Room up to 15 minutes before class is scheduled to begin. Please note: please do not enter classes more than 10 minutes past the start time or once capacity has been reached.

Q: When does the Group Fitness schedule change?
A: The schedule changes at the beginning and end of each SDSU semester. We post the new schedule after the previous schedule ends. Check Group Fitness page for the most recent updates as the schedule is subject to change without notice.

Q: Is it ok to go to a class late?
A: 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.

Q: Can I weight train in the Group Fitness studio?
A: No, we do not allow weights on any of our wood floor surfaces due to the risk of damaging the floor. However, we do allow participants to exercise without weights in the Group Fitness studio, and we have a TRX suspension training bar that members can utilize. The TRX straps are available for check out at the Member Services desk.

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Aztec Recreation Membership

Q: What are all of the facilities available to members?
A: Aztec Recreation membership includes access to the ARC, ARC Express, Aztec Lanes, racquetball courts, Aztec Tennis courts, Aztrack (seasonal), and the Aztec Aquaplex.

Q: Aztec Recreation has my confidential banking information. How can I know my information is safe?
A: Your bank information is maintained by the Associated Students (A.S.) for necessary business purposes in data files accessible only by authorized personnel with secure access. A.S. is committed to continual improvement and upgrades on security measures and is in constant communication with the University IT security staff on this issue.

Q: Why is there a $10 service fee when the billing transaction through either my bank or credit card is declined?
A: Due to the high administrative costs involved in the collection of past due balances, we assess a service fee on all transactions that are declined to recoup administrative costs.

Q: HOW CAN I CANCEL MY MEMBERSHIP?
A: All membership cancellations are done online, arc.sdsu.edu. Go to Membership/Current Members and click on Member Cancellation. All cancellation requests must be submitted by the 24th of the previous month you wish to cancel.

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ARC Courts

Q: Can you offer soccer on two courTS?
A: No, unfortunately we only have one set of goals.

Q: Can I weight train on the basketball courts?
A: No, we do not allow weights on any of our wood floor surfaces due to the risk of damaging the floor. However we do allow participants to exercise without weights on the courts and in the Group Fitness studio.

Q: How do I get in on a basketball game?
A: Joining a drop in game is self-regulated by the participants.

Q: Can I borrow basketballs?
A: Yes, at the front desk. You must use your scan code to check out a basketball, or non-members must have a valid photo ID to check out equipment. Soccer balls, volleyballs and a wide variety of other equipment is also available for check-out at no charge.

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Team Challenge

Q: What are the tangible benefits of my organization, club, or staff participating in an Aztec Adventures Team Challenge?
A: Stronger working and social relationships, greater trust and communication, useful problem solving and decision-making tools, increased confidence and closer interpersonal bonds are all possible depending on the program you choose for your group

The Team Challenge teambuilding, ropes course, and retreat program is a great way for any group to improve their working and interpersonal relationship. Our trained staff will facilitate the achievement of the goals your groups sets.

For a better understanding of what we offer, visit our Team Challenge web site

Q: Who participates in Aztec Adventures Team Challenge programs?
A: The Aztec Adventures Team Challenge serves the entire San Diego Community. We work with school groups and non-profit organizations year round. During the academic year, we serve dozens of SDSU groups and organizations from athletic teams, cultural and religious-based groups, academic/major organizations and honor societies, recreation and sports clubs. We are proud of the fact that many groups and organizations schedule programs with us every year and sometimes every semester.

Q: Where are the High Ropes Course facilities located?
A: We manage two high ropes course facilities. The closest one to campus (2.4 miles) can be found at the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, 6845 University Avenue. The other facility is located on the property of Camp Stevens in Julian, CA about 60 miles from campus and two miles from downtown main street in Julian.

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ARC Weight Room

Q: What’s the policy on returning weight plates to storage?
A: Participants are responsible for re-racking their weights immediately upon completing their set. Simple gym etiquette applies.

Q: Can I do Olympic or Power lifting?
A: Yes, on Olympic platforms only.

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Aztec Aquaplex

Q: WHERE IS THE AQUAPLEX LOCATED?
A: The Aquaplex is located next to the Tony Gwynn baseball stadium adjacent to the tennis and softball facilities on the west side of the San Diego State University Campus. The closest facility accessibility is from Remington Road Parking Lot 10. Aztec Aquaplex Directions.

Q: WHERE DO I PARK FOR THE AZTEC AQUAPLEX?
A: The closest parking lots to the Aquaplex are lots 10 or 10A. All parking on the SDSU campus is “paid” parking. For pricing, closures, and any additional information about parking fees and locations, please visit the SDSU Parking Services website.

 

Q: WHAT IS THE AZTEC AQUAPLEX POLICY FOR YOUTH ENTRY?
A: Youth under the age of 18 are limited to family swim hours (*listed on the Aztec Aquaplex Hours webpage). A parent or legal guardian must complete a liability waiver for all youth under the age of 18 prior to entrance. Waivers will be kept on file until December 31st of the current year.

Children 18 years of age and younger must be with an adult at the facility at all times. Minors who do not meet Aquaplex supervision and liability waiver requirements will be refused admittance. In the event that a child under 18 is dropped-off, the child will not be allowed into the facility and the Aquaplex staff will call the parent or legal guardian to either accompany or pick up their child.

All children who are not water safe must be within arm’s reach of an adult at all times. Water safe is defined as a child who can 1) tread water, 2) display forward momentum above water, 3) display forward momentum below water, and 4) exhibit control of breath. US Coast Guard approved life vests are available for Aquaplex members and guests upon request on a first-come, first-serve basis and still require immediate supervision by an adult.

Aquaplex members and guests under the age of 18 are not permitted in the hydrotherapy spa.

Q: ARE LEARN-TO-SWIM LESSONS OFFERED?
A: The Aquaplex offers Learn-To-Swim lessons and other aquatic courses for youth and adult participants. For course descriptions, date and time offerings visit our Aztec Aquaplex Youth Programs and Aztec Aquaplex Adult Programs webpages.

Q: IS THE AQUAPLEX AVAILABLE FOR EVENT RENTAL?
A: The Aztec Aquaplex is available for group events. Event rentals are scheduled on a first-come, first-serve basis and space is limited so early registration is recommended. Visit the Aztec Aquaplex Group Events webpage for more information.

 

 

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Aztec Adventures

Q: Where do you sign-up for the Aztec Adventures outings? How much do they cost?
A: You can register for outings at the ARC Membership Services desk or online. The cost can be found by clicking on “Outings” and then selecting a specific trip.

Q: Do I need experience to participate on an Aztec Adventures Outing?
A: Most trips are designed as “first time” experiences. However, our Outings have differing levels of physical challenge and prospective trip members should carefully review our web site to determine the Outing that is most appropriate.

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Aztec Lanes

Q: What benefits do Aztec Recreation members receive at Aztec Lanes?
A: Aztec Recreation members receive free bowling and pay $1 for shoe rental.

Q: Can I enjoy Aztec Lanes if I am not affiliated with SDSU?
A: Aztec Lanes is available to everyone.

Q: Does Aztec Lanes take reservations?
A: Yes, Aztec Lanes takes reservations up to 48 hours in advance. Reservations are based on an hourly rate. All reservation requests can be made using the Online Reservation form. You will receive an email with a confirmation. If you do not receive an email, your reservation is tentative and the lane(s) is not yet held for you.

Q: What other activities are available at Aztec Lanes besides bowling?
A: In addition to 12 bowling lanes, Aztec Lanes has five billiard tables and two table tennis tables, along with big screen T.V.s featuring most major sporting events.

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Climbing Wall

Q: How do I access the Climbing Wall?
A: The climbing wall is open to all members that have successfully completed the safety orientation. The purpose of our safety orientation is to educate members on the skills and responsibilities required to climb safely at our wall. Check our Climbing Wall page for days and times of our next orientation.

Q: Once I complete the Safety Orientation can I climb whenever I want?
A: No. The climbing wall is open a set number of hours per week. Check the Climbing Wall website for current days and times.

Q: Do you have to be a Member to use the climbing wall?
A: No. However, if you are not part of an organized group that has scheduled private use of the wall you will need to successfully complete our safety orientation.

Q: Do I need to sign-up in advance to take the safety orientation?
A: Yes, space is limited to a maximum of eight members for each orientation. You can register on Climbing Wall page or in person at ARC Membership Services.

Q: If I am an experienced climber or belong to another Climbing Gym, do I still need to take the orientation?
A: Yes. It is important that everyone that climbs at our wall fully understand their responsibilities toward safety of our unique facility as well as specific skills.

Q: How old do you have to be to use the Climbing Wall?
A: All ARC Members and guests must be a minimum of 18 years old. However, we can schedule private programs with organized youth groups aged 13 and over.

Q: What equipment is provided?
A: Climbing Shoes, harnesses, chalk, belay devices, carabiners and ropes are provided as a member benefit.

Q: Do you offer instruction and outdoor climbing opportunities?
A: Yes. Each semester we offer several sections of one unit beginning and intermediate climbing classes. Check out ENS 139 on the SDSU Course Schedule. In addition, we offer weekend climbing trips to Joshua Tree National Park each semester. See the Aztec Adventures Outings Schedule for more info.

 

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Intramural Sports

Q: Who can participate?
A: Intramural Sports are a membership benefit. All members whether they are students, faculty, staff, alumni, or community may participate.

Q: Does it cost anything to play Intramural Sports?
A: Intramural Sports are included with an Aztec Recreation membership. There are no additional fees to play.

Q: Can I purchase a daypass to play Intramural Sports?
A: Intramural Sports are an exclusive member benefit. Membership information.

Q: What sports do you offer?
A: Intramural Sports offers a variety of sports. We have traditional sports like: basketball, indoor and outdoor soccer, football, volleyball and softball. We also offer non-traditional sports such as kickball and battleship. Each semester we offer different sports. Current sports for each semester can be found online, imleagues.com/sdsu.

Q: How do I register for Intramural Sports?
A: Registration is done through imleagues.com/sdsu accessible through ARC website, arc.sdsu.edu.

Q: I want to play, but I don’t have a team to play for. Can I still register?
A: Yes. You have the option to sign up as a Free Agent. You will attend a meeting, meet other Free Agents and form your team that way. Sign up as a Free Agent.

Free Agents are are expected to attend the Free Agent meeting. At this meeting, you will meet other free agents that signed up for your league and be placed on a team based on your availability. As staff, we will do our best to place you on a team, however it is not guaranteed.

Q: WHY DO I NEED TO TAKE THE CAPTAIN’S QUIZ?
A: To ensure your team’s spot in the league, the captain must take and pass the captain’s quiz. The information discussed in the video and quiz are pertinent for every team to know. It is the job and responsibility of the captain to relay this information to their team members. Policies, rules, and regulations are covered in the captain’s quiz. 

Q: How do I get my schedule?
A: The most accurate schedule will be posted at imleagues.com/sdsu.

Q: What if I want to cancel one of my games?
A: Cancelling your game in advance is called "Taking a Default". This may be done without penalty at least 48 hours before your scheduled game. You must fill out a Default Form which you will be able to receive at the ARC front desk. If your game is on a Sunday or Monday, it must be turned in by Thursday at 5pm. Remember, this process must be done in person (not over the phone or via email). Your team will still take a loss for that game, however you won’t be charged the $40 forfeit fee and your team’s sportsmanship rating won’t be affected. 

Q: Do I get charged if I forfeit a game?
A: Yes. You will be charged $40, and your sportsmanship rating will be a 1 for that game.

Q: Where can I find the rules?
A: Rules for every Intramural Sport can be found at imleagues.com/sdsu

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ENS Classes

Q: ARE ENS CLASSES FREE TO TAKE IF I AM ALREADY AN ARC MEMBER?
A: There is an additional registration fee for all ENS classes. The fee differs based on which ENS class you choose to take. This fee covers the cost of the instructor and equipment for the class.

Q: DO I HAVE TO BE AN ARC MEMBER TO TAKE ENS CLASSES? 
A: If the class takes place inside the ARC, ARC Express, Aztec Lanes, or Aquaplex then you must be a member as well as pay the registration fee. Look on Webportal and in the footnotes section it will state whether or not an ARC membership is required for the class. This allows you access into the facility

Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GROUP FITNESS CLASSES AND ENS CLASSES?
A: Group fitness classes are drop in (no sign up is needed) and do not require an additional registration fee. ENS classes require you to register and pay the appropriate registration fee. ENS Classes provide more progression in the specific class topic, sport, or skill. We offer a wide variety of classes including; tennis, bowling, marathon training, swimming, soccer, volleyball, and more. All classes available are listed on Instructional Classes webpage.

Q: DO I HAVE TO BE AN SDSU STUDENT TO SIGN UP FOR ENS CLASSES? 
A: No, you do not have to be an SDSU student to sign up for ENS classes. If you choose to take the class for non-credit, you will not receive a letter grade, but will still need to pay the registration fee either at the ARC or online.

Q: HOW DO I PAY THE REGISTRATION FEE ON-LINE?
A: Go to ENS Credit Classes, choose the corresponding genre of your ENS class, click on the specific ENS class, go to online services, and follow the steps on that page. This fee is not covered by Financial Aid.

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Personal Training

Q: WHAT IS THE COST OF A PERSONAL TRAINER? 
A: Personal Trainers are independent contractors that decide upon their own rates and packages. Generally, the price ranges between $35-$75 per session. Session rates vary depending on the length of the sessions, number of sessions purchased, and student status. Visit the Personal Training website to learn about each trainer and work with them directly to get a quote.

Q: How do I choose a personal trainer?
A: Each personal trainer has a biography to assist in your decision. If you need more information from one or more of the trainers, you can email them directly. Contacting them does not commit you to their service, so feel free to ask questions!

 

Q: What Are the Benefits?
A: Motivation. It takes more than state-of-the-art equipment to reach your fitness goals. You have to exercise regularly and make each exercise session count. A trainer will help you develop the incentive to stick to your exercise plan.
Guidance. A trainer’s expertise enables him or her to customize an exercise program, making it specific to your goals. One size does not fit all! Plus, your trainer will teach you correct form, which will maximize effectiveness, and minimize the chance of injury. Finally, as your fitness improves, your trainer will fine-tune your program to meet your changing needs and make sure you continue to get results.
Convenience. Don’t think you have time to exercise? You and your trainer can figure out a schedule that will work for you. Together, you can also brainstorm ways to overcome the other obstacles that stand between you and your goals and knowing someone is waiting for you at the gym will keep you accountable.

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Racquetball

Q: What is the phone number at the Racquetball facility—Rec Sports?
A: (619) 594-6424

 

Q: Do you take reservations?
A: Yes, courts can be reserved for up to an hour by calling the Recreational Sports office during regular hours of operation. We accept same-day reservations. Sorry, next-day and other future reservations can not be taken.

Q: What else does Rec Sports offer, aside from racquetball?
A: At Rec Sports you can play handball or wallyball. Rental equipment is available with a valid photo I.D.

 

Q: Can I bring my own equipment?
A: Yes

Q: IS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE IF I DO NOT HAVE MY OWN?
A: Yes. Racquets, balls, goggles, wallyballs & nets are available to check out. You will need to provide a valid photo I.D.

 

Q: Do I have to be a member to play at Rec Sports?
A: No. If you are not a member, you can purchase a day pass or a VIP card at Membership Services in the ARC.

Q: What is a VIP card?
A: A VIP card may be purchased for $30. It is worth 10 visits to the Recreational Sports facility for eligible activities. The card can be purchased at Membership Services at the ARC. ONLY ONE PERSON PER CARD IS ALLOWED. VIP cards do not expire and they are non-transferable. VIP card holders must present a valid photo I.D. to enter the facility.

 

Q: CAN SOMEONE UNDER 18 PLAY ON THE COURTS?
A: Yes, however, an adult must accompany minors at all times. Additionally, a legal guardian must fill out a liability waiver for themselves and an individual assumption of risk form for the minors using the facility. There is a maximum of two kids per adult on the same court. An affiliate rate applies to youth.

Q: Is there a dress code?
A: Yes, participants must wear non-marking athletic shoes; no dark soled shoes are allowed. Wear a shirt that covers your entire torso. Also, goggles are highly recommended for eye-protection and are available for check-out with a valid photo I.D.

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Sport Clubs

Q: What is the difference between sport clubs and varsity sports?
A: There are many differences between Aztec Athletic teams and Sport Clubs. The Associated Students manages the SDSU Sport Clubs program. Teams are usually self-funded via member dues, alumni donations, fund-raising efforts and corporate contributions. Sport Club athletes pay for the cost of their team travel, equipment, uniforms and officiating expenses.

Q: What sport club teams do you offer and how do I join one?
A: All clubs are listed alphabetically on the Sport Clubs website. Visit . You start by making contact with the club you are interested in. Teams vary significantly in their recruitment process.

Q: Where do sport clubs meet?
A: SDSU sport clubs meet, practice and compete in a variety of locations on and off campus. Most clubs utilize campus facilities such as the Aztec Recreation Center, Peterson Gym, Hardy Field, Sports Deck, and the turf fields located adjacent to Tony Gwynn Stadium. Others use auxiliary facilities off campus such as the Mission Bay Aquatic Center or the Ray and Joan Kroc Center in San Diego. Facility usage depends on the nature of the team and their requirements for practice space. Practices at SDSU are usually held between 3:00pm and 9:00pm Monday through Friday, while practices at Mission Bay are generally held early mornings.

Q: Are there tryouts for sport club teams?
A: Sport Clubs are constantly looking to pick up new talent. Each club keeps a competitive roster according to their respective sport. Tryout dates and times vary for each team. Check the Sport Clubs for specific information or the Contact Sport Clubs to learn more about your specific sport.

Q: Who do sport club teams compete against?
A: SDSU Sport Club teams participate in competitions with other clubs, organizations, colleges and universities. Our teams frequently travel throughout the Southwest to compete against club teams from Long Beach State, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, ASU, Arizona, Fresno State, Utah State, UC Davis, USC and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

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Tennis

Q: What types of shoes are acceptable on the tennis courts?
A: Non-marking shoes made specifically for tennis are the only kind of shoe acceptable on the courts.

 

Q: CAN SOMEONE UNDER 18 PLAY ON THE COURTS?
A: Yes, however, an adult must accompany minors at all times. Additionally, a legal guardian must fill out a liability waiver for themselves and an individual assumption of risk form for the minors using the facility. There is a maximum of two kids per adult on the same court. An affiliate rate applies to youth.

Q: IS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE IF I DO NOT HAVE MY OWN?
A: Yes. Racquets and balls are available to check out. You will need to provide a valid photo I.D.

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Wellness

Q: WHAT IS THE LIVE WELL AZTECS PROGRAM?
A: The Live Well Aztecs is a collaborative campus initiative promoting a holistic model to educate about the balance of well-being. This Eight Dimensions of Wellness model includes, physical, spiritual, intellectual, multicultural, social, occupational, environmental and emotional wellness. For more information about Live Well Aztecs, visit Wellness page.

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