For your safety and the safety of other, cellular phone/photographic equipment use is not allowed in the Dressing Rooms, or restrooms. Violators of the above policies may be asked to leave the premises and may face further disciplinary actions.
Bring a lock to secure your belongings in a Daily Locker. A limited number of lockers are available for a rental fee of $15.00 for a small locker and $25.00 for a large locker per semester. All other lockers are for daily use only.
Coin-operated lockers are available for use on the Upper and Lower levels. Lockers are for Daily Use Only and require a quarter that will be returned once the key is placed back. A $15.00 charge will apply for lost key.
Items in Daily Use and coin-operated lockers must be removed by closing time. Items left overnight in either locker type will be removed and contents will be placed in Lost and Found.
Locks on Rental Lockers must be removed at the end of each semester. The date to remove locks will be posted in advance in each Dressing Room.
The Recreational Sports Department is not responsible for lost or stolen articles
Found items can be turned in at the Student Recreation Center Main Control Center.
Any unclaimed property that is found anywhere in the Recreational Sports Facilities can be turned into the Main Control Center found in Student Recreation Center.
Items are held for one month after which they are inventoried, boxed and sent to University Police Department with the following exceptions:
- *Miner Gold Cards are returned to the Miner Gold Card Office
- *University keys are sent to the Key shop
Items such as hats, baseball caps, lunch bags, water bottles will be disposed at the end of the day.
Food and drink containers are usually discarded. Items that present a sanitation risk (soiled) are also discarded.
Data sensitive materials are destroyed if unclaimed.
A detailed description of item(s) lost is required.
Please present a valid photo ID (e.g., DPS ID card, UTEP ID, Texas Driver’s License). Property will not be released to anyone without an ID. Lost and found property will be sent to the University Police Department located at 3118 Sun Bowl Drive.
Every effort is made to contact the owner of the property if owner information is available.
For more information, visit the Recreational Sports Department Office within the Student Recreation Center, 747-5103 or contact University Police at 747-5611.
Members are encouraged to store all personal belongings securely in the day lockers or coin-operated lockers provided.
Employees of the Recreational Sports Department are not permitted to hold equipment, valuables or bags for members.
Children 17 years and under must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian at ALL TIMES and are permitted in the pools only unless they are a University student.
Children in Dressing Rooms
Children ages 5 and older may not use the locker room of the opposite sex. Family Dressing Rooms are available throughout the SRC.
If a participant is injured, the Recreational Sports staff will take one or more of the following actions:
- Provide immediate and reasonable care of the injured person, and prohibit them from further participation in the contest.
- Call University Police for immediate help and follow-up.
- Call EMS (911) for Life Threatening conditions.
- Incident/Accident report filled out by staff.
Notes: The injured participant is responsible for any treatment costs. Participants will not be allowed to take part in Recreational Sports programs under the influence of drugs or alcohol.