Lifetime Activities Center (LAC)
General Policies and Procedures

Please stop by or call (801) 957-3801 for further information concerning programs, schedules or policies..

The following rules and regulations governing the use of all recreational facilities at the Student Recreation Centers have been created to provide equal opportunity, safety, and protect the rights of each participant. As a member of the SLCC community, you have a responsibility to understand and abide by these guidelines. To ensure everyone’s safety, Student Recreation Center team members will enforce the usage guidelines and other posted regulations. Failure to abide by these rules and regulations may result in modified or revoked membership privileges as determined by the Manager of the Student Recreation Center.

Participation in Student Recreation is completely voluntary. There are risks and hazards, minor and serious, associated with participation in SLCC recreation activities. Participants voluntarily assume all responsibility and risk of loss, damage, illness, and/or injury to person or property associated with participation in these programs. Student Recreation strongly advises participants to consult with their physician if they have any doubts of their physical ability to safely participate.

SLCC Recreation Centers are a controlled access facility. All entrance and exit must be through the main lobby unless an emergency is present. All facility users are required to have a valid SLCC One Card.This card acts as your membership card. Facility users will be required to swipe their active SLCC ONE CARD through an authorized terminal or pay the daily rate. Information regarding SLCC One Cards can be obtained at the information desk located in the Student Center building, 801.957-4333

Age Restrictions Apply

To participate in SLCC Recreation Facilities, users:

  1. Must be at least 15 years old to use facilities in the strength and fitness rooms and must be accompanied by participating adult.
  2. Must at least 12 years old to use other activity facilities atLAC and must be accompanied by a participant adult.

Lockers

  1. Personal belongings must be kept in lockers.
  2. Lockers are available to be rented out by the semester or year.
  3. Day use lockers are available for use.
  4. Day use lockers must be emptied out on a daily basis or its contents will be taken to the lost & found.
  5. Lockers are available for rental on a first come, first served basis.
  6. Lockers must be cleared out by the given clearance date. Patrons with expiring lockers will be notified in advance.
  7. Items left in expired/day use lockers will be held for no more than 2 weeks then will be taken to the Surplus department.
  8. Patrons must pay $5 to get back items in expired lockers.
  9. The LAC & its staff are not responsible for content left in expired lockers.
  10. The LAC & its staff are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Alcohol and Drugs

Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs may not be consumed prior to or while using the facility. Individuals may not use the facility while under the influence of drugs or alcohol

Food and Drink

Food and drinks are not permitted in the activity areas, unless explicitly approved for special events by staff. Beverages in non-glass, spill proof containers are permitted as long as they do not present a trip hazard.

Mobile Technology

For the safety and comfort of our members, the use of mobile technology is not permitted in the restrooms or locker room areas. Members may use mobile technology in other areas of the facility for access to music or phone; however, if disruptive behavior (i.e. talking, singing loudly, etc.) is noticed or reported, the member will be asked to refrain from use of the device. The use of mobile technology at any time for photo or video purposes is strictly prohibited unless approved in advance by the Manager. Violators of the above policy may be asked to leave the premises and may face further disciplinary actions.

Security

We encourage our members to only bring necessary items to the Student Recreation Center. Valuables should be left at home and individuals are responsible for securing personal belongings in lockers. Please report any suspicious behavior to any Student Recreation Center team member.

Injuries

All injuries should be reported immediately to a Campus Recreation Staff member. If a blood-related injury occurs, the injured person must stop activity immediately and notify Campus Recreation Staff.

Personal Training

Personal trainers, fitness consultants or other non-contracted service providers other than SLCC designated trainers and instructors are NOT permitted to provide services, or solicit and conduct business in the SLCC Recreation Center. Please note any violators will be asked to leave and their access revoked.

SLCC Code of Conduct

Some restrictions apply to those who are eligible to participate in SLCC Recreation Facilities. For a full list of policies and procedures please see SLCC Campus Recreation Policies and Procedures.