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Community Standards and Expectations

Community Standards & Expectations

What to Do Before You Visit the Student Recreation Center:

  • If you are not feeling well or are experiencing symptoms related to COVID-19 such as cough, shortness of breath, or fever please stay home. We encourage all users to take a short COVID-19 symptom self-checker prior to visiting Campus Recreation facilities and programs. 
  • Bring your Boise State ID card and personal water bottle. 
  • Wear your facial covering. The Campus Recreation staff will be wearing a facial covering and we need you to do the same.

What to Expect When You Arrive:

  • Wear your facial covering before entering the Rec Center!
  • You will be asked to self-scan your Boise State ID Card at our entry turnstiles. 
  • Equipment and spaces will be modified to meet state and local physical distancing measures. Please note various signage, floor markings, equipment modifications, and respect these new measures.
  • Campus Recreation staff will be around often to clean equipment and may ask that you relocate to a different machine or equipment area to allow for cleaning.

Facial Covering Requirements

Facial Coverings

  • Patrons are required to wear a facial covering at all times. Exceptions: lifeguards, swimming, and showering. 
  • Campus Recreation is requiring all staff members to wear facial coverings at all times in the Rec Center and during all Campus Recreation programming activities.

Community Agreements for all Campus Recreation Programs and Facilities:

  • Adhere to all Campus Recreation rules and regulations.
  • NOT visit any Campus Recreation facilities if I am aware of or displaying any COVID-19 symptoms
  • Abide by the physical distancing guidelines by keeping a 6-foot distance between all users, Rec staff, or guests at all times when using any Campus Recreation facility or any other product or service unless acute injury, risk mitigation, or safety measures require otherwise. 
  • Minimize and avoid unnecessary physical contact with others.
  • Not attempt to use equipment that is non-operational or has any sign communicating nonuse for any reason stated by Campus Recreation. 
  • Thoroughly wipe down equipment before and after every use with the sanitation supplies provided by Campus Recreation.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently.
  • Return all equipment to the original place for proper storage after every use.
  • Understand that the hours of operations for all Campus Recreation facilities could be altered based on additional cleaning, staffing, or other reasons. Campus Recreation will do its best to communicate these changes with prior notice. 
  • Campus Recreation is committed to doing everything we can to maintain a safe and healthy environment and we are relying on CDC and local health department guidelines. It is up to all of us to take responsibility in preventing the spread of COVID-19.