Polices & Procedures

The following is a list of general rules and regulations for the use of all Campus Recreation facilities. These policies have been designed to ensure the safety of all Campus Recreation members and guests as well as maintain the facilities.

Patrons and staff are expected to follow all posted Campus Recreation regulations and all requests by Rec staff. If a patron refuses to comply with department policies or staff direction, Campus Recreation management reserves the right to refuse admittance and sales of memberships, day passes, services, and programs, as well as the right to revoke membership, program registration, and service privileges at any time.

Department Policies

General Facility Policies

    • Individuals who choose to participate in URI Campus Recreation activities do so at their own risk and are completely voluntary. All participants must read and sign a Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk before participating in URI Campus Recreation activities and programs.
    • Misuse, vandalism, tampering with or maliciously damaging any software, machine, facility, or equipment is prohibited.
    • All URI Campus Recreation spaces are subject to routine staff and video surveillance and monitoring.
    • Spitting on gym floors, walls, hallways, in drinking fountains is prohibited.
    • Use of speakers, including cell phones, where sound can be heard by others for personal music/use is strictly prohibited. Headphones are required for use of any personal audio within all Rec facilities.
    • The use of profanity, abusive language, sexual misconduct, obscene gestures, or threat/infliction of bodily or emotional harm, whether done intentionally or with reckless disregard, is prohibited.
    • Food is not allowed beyond the access control point in the recreation and fitness centers.
    • The Department of Campus Recreation allows the admittance and use of non-alcoholic beverages only in spill-proof, break-resistant, resealable containers within general Campus Recreation facilities/spaces. Refer to area/space policies for specific guidance.
    • The possession, use and/or distribution of drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, or dangerous weapons, is prohibited in and around all indoor and outdoor Campus Recreation facilities.
    • All patrons agree to adhere to the department’s attire guideline, as outlined in the Access and Conduct Policies>General Facility Attire Guidelines Section  
    • Bicycles, skateboards, roller-skates, recreational scooters, rollerblades, etc. are not allowed to be operated in the recreation and fitness centers under any circumstances.
    • Animals, including those on leash, are prohibited within the facility. Exception: Service Animals.
    • Unauthorized use of video recording devices and photography is prohibited, without consent from the Department of Campus Recreation. For Academic Use: If you are a student working on a filming project, please refer to the policies and procedures https://web.uri.edu/riskmanagement/film-media-student-forms/
    • Campus Recreation facilities may not be used for private or commercial gain/purposes, such as: training, coaching, or teaching private instruction, without the written consent from the department.
    • Posters and advertising must be approved in advance by Campus Recreation professional staff. Email campusrec@etal.uri.edu to request permission to have posters/flyers/brochures/etc. posted in facility. Unauthorized material will be removed.
    • Campus Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
    • Visitors touring the facility may not participate in activities and must comply with Campus Recreation policies.
    • In the case of an accident or incident, Campus Recreation staff should be notified immediately by patrons.
    • Running and play in the Mackal Lobby, Tootell hallways, and Keeney hallways and ramps, is prohibited at all times.

Membership Policies

General Membership Policies

    • All members must comply with all Department of Campus Recreation policies.
    • Memberships begin on the day of purchase through the last day of the membership period. To view membership options based on eligibility, Click Here.
    • Unacceptable or irresponsible behavior may result in dismissal from recreation facilities and spaces (indoor and outdoor) or suspension of membership privileges, without granting of refund.
    • Visitors/Non-members wanting to use the facility for the day must purchase a Day Pass. A day is defined as: Facility Hours (open-close) on date of Day Pass purchase. For Day Pass pricing Click Here
      • A valid photo ID with the birthdate must be presented by the Campus Recreation member and their guest.

Membership Cancellation/Refund Policy

    • Day pass sales are non-refundable and cannot be transferred towards the cost of a membership or any other service/program.
    • Approved cancellation request made within the first week of membership purchase will not be subject to a cancellation fee/charge.
    • Semester and Annual Campus Recreation Memberships can be considered for a prorated refund for one of the following reasons, require documentation, and are subject to a cancellation fee (Annual Membership: 1 month; Semester Membership: $20):   
      • Moving out of local area (+20 mi/32 km)
      • Formal leave of absence and sabbaticals
      • Changes in medical condition resulting in physical limitations
    • Facility capacities are limited in certain facilities and areas. Availability is not guaranteed and do not qualify for membership refunds, discounts, or extensions. Facility and campus closures may occur as needed, and membership extensions will not be offered. 
    • All refunds are at the full discretion of Campus Recreation management staff and can take four to seven weeks to be processed.
Refund Request Form

 

Access and Conduct Policies

Facility Access

    • Every member must scan a valid URI ID Card, Campus Recreation Membership Card, or access the facility using the the “Scan ID” feature on the Fusion Go app.
    • Members who forget their URI ID Card or Campus Recreation Membership Card, may utilize another valid form of physical photo ID or access the facility using the “Scan ID” feature on the Fusion Go app.
      • A valid form of physical photo ID is an ID that allows staff to validate the person’s Name, Age, and Photo (i.e. Driver’s License, Real ID, Passport, etc.).
      • All members with photos in Fusion are allowed to “forget” all forms of their ID (physical or digital) 3x a semester. This only applies to members who have photos within Fusion and active memberships.
    • Unauthorized entry, lending or using another individual’s ID is prohibited and may result in immediate suspension of membership privileges for all Campus Recreation facilities and programs. In cases of sharing ID cards, both the ID owner, and the person attempting to use the ID, will remain suspended until a meeting is held with the Coordinator, Facilities & Operations and/or their designee. 
    • The use of emergency doors and unauthorized exits is prohibited during standard facility operation hours. The propping, blocking, or jamming of any door, window, hallway, or access point is prohibited.
    • Students, Faculty, and Staff who have lost or damaged their card beyond functionality have the option of going to the Campus ID & Dining Office for a replacement card. Community members may purchase a replacement ID card by visiting the Customer Service Center at Mackal or the front desk at Fascitelli.
    • Personal Care Assistants (PCA) are eligible to access all recreation spaces in order to aid an individual with needs and will be required to sign a Campus Recreation Waiver and have their information inputted into our member management software.
      • PCAs are not allowed to work out or use the facility for their own benefit.
    • Entering activity areas that are not open for recreation or entering private offices or restricted areas without permission is prohibited.

Youth/Minor Access and Supervision

    • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian/chaperone at all times. Accompanying a child is defined as being in the same activity area and in constant supervision.

General Facility Attire

    • All members agree to the following attire guidelines, to promote a healthy and safe environment within recreation and fitness spaces.
      • Shirts/tops must be worn in all fitness spaces and are required to cover the chest and conceal the nipple area to comply with policy.
      • A protective barrier/layer must be between bare-skin and all equipment.
      • Shorts/pants/bottoms must cover the buttocks and groin when exercising or moving.
      • No shorts/pants/bottoms with attachments, studs, rivets, zippers (i.e., jeans) or any items that can get caught or tear the equipment.
      • All clothing and accessories (hats, arm bands, head bands, etc.) cannot contain obscene or offensive words or images.
      • Non-marking, rubber-soled athletic-type/sport shoes are required. Footwear must completely cover the foot, including instep, toes, arch, and heel. Footwear not permitted includes, but is not limited to, high-heeled shoes, spikes, open-toed shoes, turf shoes, cleats, boots, flip-flops, sandals, and footwear that is wet, muddy, or dirty.

Behavioral Expectation and Conduct

Use of URI Campus Recreation facilities and program participation is a privilege. Members, participants, and guests shall respect the rights of others and display appropriate behavior while participating in programs offered by URI Campus Recreation. URI Campus Recreation reserves the right to refuse access or remove any individual(s) whose behavior is inappropriate, disruptive, or in violation of university policy, URI Campus Recreation policies and/or the Student Handbook. If a participant, member, or guest, is directed to leave a facility or program the following outcomes are expected:

    1. The participant will leave the facility immediately.
    2. URI Campus Recreation staff will place a suspension on patron’s account, disallowing further access to any URI Campus Recreation program or facility.
    3. URI Campus Recreation staff will schedule a meeting with the suspended participant to determine further outcomes.

Note: Any user of the facilities who engages in behavior that poses an unreasonable risk to the health or safety of others, including verbal or physical abuse, is subject to immediate removal from that facility. Further actions may be taken including revocation of facility privileges, a report to the Dean of Students Life and/or URI Department of Public Safety. 

Facility and Activity Area Policies

Anna Fascitelli Fitness and Wellness Center

Fitness Spaces

    • All equipment is available on a first come, first served basis.
    • All patrons agree to adhere to the department’s attire guideline, as outlined in the Access and Conduct Policies>General Facility Attire Guidelines Section Click Here
    • There is no dropping or slamming of weights or other equipment. Please ask a RecWell employee for a spot when necessary.
    • All walking paths, benches, dumbbell racks, and machines are required to be free from obstructions and personal items. Draw string bags and straps should be kept off and away from cardio equipment, to prevent potential accidents and damage to the equipment.
    • All weight plates, dumbbells and other equipment are to be returned to their proper location after use.
    • Exercise equipment must not be altered and must be used in accordance with its intended purpose. Attaching personal equipment to department exercise equipment is prohibited.
    • Exercises performed while standing on exercise benches/balls/equipment are not allowed.
    • Collars must always be used on barbells.
    • The use of chalk, included liquid chalk, is not allowed in the facility.
    • Sanitizer wipes/spray bottles and towels are provided in the weight room for patrons to wipe down equipment before and after use.
    • Restrict any floor work (stretching, abdominal exercises, etc.) to designated areas.
    • Report any damaged equipment to staff.
    • Allow participants to “work-in” on equipment. Patrons seen on their phone/tablet for an extended period of time, while commandeering equipment (not in use), will be approached by staff.
    • There is a 30-minute time limit on all cardio equipment.
    • TRX straps are to be used on TRX racks only.
    • The use of cell phones or video/photo devices for the purpose of capturing personal fitness and recreation activity is permitted, as long as no other members are recorded by the device.
    • Only Campus Recreation authorized personnel are allowed to provide personal training services within fitness spaces. Any participant observed or assumed to be personal training with a patron in the facility, is subject to being removed from the facility and suspension privileges

Anna Fascitelli Group Exercise Studios

    • Exercise studios are only open for members during scheduled classes and are not available for drop in use. Group Exercise policy and procedure information is outlined under Program Policies>Group Exercise or Click Here
    • Food is not allowed in any exercise studio.
    • Water is the only permitted beverage within the studio and must be in non-glass, sealable containers.
    • Group Exercise Studio Attire Guidelines
      • Shirts/tops must be worn in all fitness spaces and courts and are required to cover the chest and conceal the nipple area to comply with policy. Undergarments must be covered by an additional layer of clothing.
      • A protective barrier/layer must be between bare-skin and all equipment.
      • Shorts/pants/bottoms must cover the buttocks and groin when exercising or moving. Undergarments must be covered by an additional layer of clothing.
      • No shorts/pants/bottoms with attachments, studs, rivets, zippers (i.e., jeans) or any items that can get caught or tear the equipment.
      • All clothing and accessories (hats, arm bands, head bands, etc.) cannot contain obscene or offensive words or images.
      • Non-marking, rubber-soled athletic-type/sport shoes are required. Footwear must completely cover the foot, including instep, toes, arch, and heel. Footwear not permitted includes, but is not limited to, high-heeled shoes, spikes, open-toed shoes, turf shoes, cleats, boots, flip-flops, sandals, and footwear that is wet, muddy, or dirty. Bare or stocking feet only permitted in select classes.
    • Participants must wipe/disinfect each piece of equipment before and after use.
    • All group exercise equipment must remain in fitness studio.
    • Class participants must exit the space immediately after class and/or with instructor.
    • Patrons are not permitted to enter studio after doors are closed and class has started.

Wellness Resource Center (WRC)

    • The Wellness Resource Center is available for use by all URI students, faculty/staff members, and Day Pass users. WRC policy and procedure information is outlined under Program Policies>Wellness Resource Center or Click Here
    • All supplies and resources are required to remain in the space and returned to their original storage location.
    • Report any items in need of repair or replacement to the front desk staff.
    • Shoes may be removed, but socks or slippers are recommended. (No bare feet)
    • Food and beverages are permitted at tables in the WRC only. Clear water (only) in a non-breakable, spill-proof container is permitted in the meditation room and other areas of the WRC.

Mackal Field House

Indoor Track

      • Use caution when entering and exiting the track. Be conscious of surroundings throughout usage.
      • No spectating from on the track is allowed.
      • Walk on the inside lane.
      • Run on the outside lane.
      • Always look before passing or crossing a lane.
      • Proper, clean footwear, with rubber or crepe soles, is required on the track surface.
      • Personal items should not be left lying along the track.
      • Food and drink are not allowed on the track. No exceptions.
      • Lunging is permitted in the inside (walking) lane only. Lunging patrons are not permitted to

Courts

      • Courts are available on first come, first served basis.
      • Non-marking, rubber-soled athletic-type/sport shoes are required.
      • Snapping, grabbing, or hanging on basketball rims is prohibited.
      • Kicking basketballs or throwing them against the walls, doors, or bleachers is not permitted. 
      • Full-court games take precedence over half-court games; however, if a half-court game is in progress, full court games must wait for the current game to finish before taking the court. 
      • Approved activities on the courts are at the discretion of recreation staff. Prohibited activities/sports include but are not limited to baseball, softball, lacrosse, and field hockey.
      • Leaning, pulling, sitting against, or purposely throwing/striking objects against the curtain divider is prohibited.
      • The divider curtains may be lowered as needed to provide the potential for maximum use.  Operation of the divider curtain are to be operated only by designated Campus Recreation staff.

Mackal Weight Room (Fitness Center 1)

      • All equipment is available on a first come, first served basis.
      • All patrons agree to adhere to the department’s attire guideline, as outlined in the Access and Conduct Policies>General Facility Attire Guidelines Section Click Here
      • The following exercises are prohibited: Olympics barbell lifts (snatches, cleans, jerks, or versions of these exercises) or any exercise where there is no control of the movement. Staff reserve the right to prohibit any exercise based on safety concerns. Deadlifts and controlled push presses are permitted.
      • There is no dropping or slamming of weights or other equipment. Please ask a RecWell employee for a spot when necessary.
      • All walking paths, benches, and dumbbell racks are required to be free from obstructions and personal items.
      • All weight plates, dumbbells and other equipment are to be returned to their proper location after use and are required to remain in the fitness center at all times
      • Sanitizer wipes/spray bottles and towels are provided in the weight room for patrons to wipe down equipment before and after use.
      • Exercise equipment must not be altered and must be used in accordance with its intended purpose. Attaching personal equipment to department exercise equipment is prohibited.
      • Exercises performed while standing on exercise benches are not allowed.
      • Collars must always be used on barbells.
      • The use of chalk/liquid chalk is not allowed in the facility.
      • Restrict any floor work (stretching, abdominal exercises, etc.) to designated areas.
      • Report any damaged equipment to staff.
      • The use of cell phones or video/photo devices for the purpose of capturing personal fitness and recreation activity is permitted, as long as no other members are recorded by the device.
      • Allow participants to “work-in” on equipment. Patrons seen on their phone/tablet for an extended period of time, while commandeering equipment (not in use), will be asked to get off of equipment.
      • Only Campus Recreation authorized personnel are allowed to provide personal training services within fitness spaces. Any participant observed or assumed to be personal training with a patron in the facility, is subject to being removed from the facility and suspension privileges.

Mackal Cardio Room (Fitness Center 2)

      • All equipment is available on a first come, first served basis.
      • All patrons agree to adhere to the department’s attire guideline, as outlined in the Access and Conduct Policies>General Facility Attire Guidelines Section Click Here
      • There is a 30-minute time limit on all cardio equipment Monday through Friday 5pm-8pm.
      • Standing on exercise balls is prohibited.
      • All equipment is required to remain in the fitness center at all times.
      • All walking paths and machines are required to be free from obstructions and personal items. Draw string bags and straps should be kept off and away from cardio equipment, to prevent potential accidents and damage to the equipment.
      • Restrict any floor work (stretching, abdominal exercises, etc.) to designated areas.
      • Sanitizer wipes/spray bottles and towels are provided in the weight room for patrons to wipe down equipment after use.
      • TRX straps are to be used on TRX racks only.
      • The use of cell phones or video/photo devices for the purpose of capturing personal fitness and recreation activity is permitted, as long as no other members are recorded by the device.
      • Only Campus Recreation authorized personnel are allowed to provide personal training services within fitness spaces. Any participant observed or assumed to be personal training with a patron in the facility, is subject to being removed from the facility and suspension privileges

Tootell/Mackal Fitness Studios

      • Exercise studios are only open for members during scheduled classes and are not available for drop in use. Group Exercise policy and procedure information is outlined under Program Policies>Group Exercise or Click Here
      • Food is not allowed in any exercise studio.
      • All beverages are to be in non-glass, sealable containers.
      • Group Exercise Studio Attire Guidelines
        • Shirts/tops must be worn in all fitness spaces and courts and are required to cover the chest and conceal the nipple area to comply with policy. Undergarments must be covered by an additional layer of clothing.
        • A protective barrier/layer must be between bare-skin and all equipment.
        • Shorts/pants/bottoms must cover the buttocks and groin when exercising or moving. Undergarments must be covered by an additional layer of clothing.
        • No shorts/pants/bottoms with attachments, studs, rivets, zippers (i.e. jeans) or any items that can get caught or tear the equipment.
        • All clothing and accessories (hats, arm bands, head bands, etc.) cannot contain obscene or offensive words or images.
        • Non-marking, rubber-soled athletic-type/sport shoes are required. Footwear must completely cover the foot, including instep, toes, arch, and heel. Footwear not permitted includes, but is not limited to, high-heeled shoes, spikes, open-toed shoes, turf shoes, cleats, boots, flip-flops, sandals, and footwear that is wet, muddy, or dirty. Bare or stocking feet only permitted in select classes.
        • Shoes are not permitted within the Mind/Body Studio
      • Participants must wipe/disinfect each piece of equipment before and after use.
      • All equipment is to be left in fitness studios after all classes.
      • Class participants must exit the space immediately after class.
      • Patrons are not permitted to enter studio after doors are closed and class has started.

Keaney Gymnasium

    • This space is not available for drop recreation.
    • Only teams, activity groups, events, and individuals scheduled by recreation professional staff are permitted to use this space.
    • Non-marking, rubber-soled athletic-type/sport shoes are required. Footwear not permitted includes, but is not limited to, high-heeled shoes, spikes, open-toed shoes, turf shoes, cleats, boots, and footwear that is wet, muddy, or dirty.

Tootell Aquatics Complex (TAC)

    • Accessing pool without lifeguard on duty is prohibited.
    • Proper swimming attire is required.
    • All swimmers must take a cleansing shower before entering the pool.
    • Shoulder length hair must be capped or tied back.
    • Street shoes and strollers are not allowed on the pool deck.
    • Running, boisterous, or rough play in the swimming pools and/or surrounding areas is prohibited.
    • Chewing gum, food, drinks, and glass containers are not allowed on the pool deck or in the pools.
    • Breath-holding exercises are not allowed. No prolonged underwater swimming for time or distance. 
    • Only U.S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices (PFD) are allowed in the TAC pools.
    • Animals, including those on leash, are prohibited within the facility. Exception: ADA Service Animals.
    • Any person with an infectious and/or communicable disease is prohibited from utilizing the swimming pools, including persons with open lesions, blisters and/or cuts or rashes.
    • Any person who currently has or has had diarrhea within the prior two weeks is prohibited from using the Tootell Aquatic Center.  
    • Spitting, spouting water or blowing of the nose is not allowed in the pools, gutters or on the deck.
    • All individuals not in control of bodily functions must wear plastic pants or swim diapers designed specifically for pool use. 
    • Pool personnel reserve the right to assign any swimmer(s) to a lane(s) or pool according to space availability.
    • Only Campus Recreation authorized personnel are allowed to provide lessons or coaching at TAC. Any participant observed or assumed to be providing lessons with a patron in the facility, is subject to being removed from the facility and suspension privileges.

Diving Boards and Diving Well Policies

      • Patrons must be able to swim 15 yards unassisted in deep water to use the diving well. 
      • PFDs are not permitted in the diving well.
      • Only one diver at a time is permitted on a diving board. 
      • Dive or jump straight ahead using only one bounce.
      • Divers using the boards are not permitted to wear a flotation device, googles or masks.
      • The diving board fulcrums are preset and may not be adjusted.

Youth/Minor Swim Policies

      • Inflatables (such as water-wings; Styrofoam bubbles or floats sewn into bathing suits) are not permitted.
      • Children 4 years and under: parent/guardian must be in the water on a one-to-one basis. Children using approved floatation devices must be supervised by an adult within one arms distance from the child. 
      • Children 5 years and under must be accompanied in the water by a parent or guardian.
      • Children 6 years and older must use the locker room appropriate to their gender or use the Family Changing Room with an adult.
      • Children under 7 years of age must be supervised on the deck or in the pool(s) by a parent or guardian who must be suited to swim.
      • Parents/guardians of children under 12 years of age must remain on the pool deck/spectator area while children are swimming.
      • Children under 12 years of age: parent/guardian must remain in the spectator area, 
      • Children under 7 years of age: parent or guardian must be suited to swim and on the pool deck.

Locker Rooms and Restrooms

    • Lockers are available for purchase and rent on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • Lockers must be cleared out by the given clearance date. Day-use lockers must be cleared before closing each day.
    • To avoid any clearance fees ($20) please clean out your locker and return your lock (and towel) to the Rec Welcome Desk. Day use lockers with locks left on them at the end of the night are subject to being cut off by staff and belongings cleared out.
    • Items left in expired locker will be held for 30 days and then disposed of.
    • Campus Recreation is not responsible for content left in expired lockers that are removed and then disposed of after the holding period.
    • Campus Recreation is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items.
    • The water extractor is to be used for swimsuits only.
    • Cell phone photography and video is not permitted in locker rooms.
    • Eating food and drinking from glass/breakable containers is not permitted within locker rooms.
    • Damage to lockers may result in a fine or the patron losing locker or facility access.
    • Out of respect for other members, patrons are expected to keep lockers as odor-free as possible.
    • Individuals with ADA based needs have priority in the use of all ADA bathroom stalls.
    • Children five and under may go into the opposite gender locker room with a responsible adult. All use change rooms which include toilets, showers, and changing tables are available outside the main locker rooms.
    • A gender-neutral shower and restroom are available for use in the Anna Fascitelli Fitness & Wellness Center. Access is granted on a semester basis, and may be requested by submitting this form.  Once submitted, you will be notified via email when your I.D. has been activated.
    • Gender neutral restrooms are available for use in Mackal, Keaney, and Tootell. However, gender neutral showers are not readily available. To request a shower accommodation in Mackal, Keaney, or Tootell; please email campusrec@etal.uri.edu

Outdoor Recreation Fields & Spaces

Outdoor Basketball Courts

    • Courts are available on first come, first served basis.
    • Full-court games take precedence over half-court games; however, if a half-court game is in progress, full court games must wait for the current game to finish before taking the court. 
    • Snapping, grabbing, or hanging on basketball rims is prohibited.
    • All beverages are to be in non-glass, sealable containers.

Outdoor Fields

    • Parking is allowed only in designated areas. No vehicles (cars, trucks, ATVs, dirt bikes, etc.) are allowed on Campus Recreation fields without written permission from Campus Recreation professional staff.
    • At the conclusion of games or practice each user group is responsible for picking up trash and debris and depositing in designated receptacles.
    • Animals, including those on leash, are prohibited within the facility. Exception: Service Animals.
    • Glass containers and gum are not permitted on the fields.
    • Playing on the fields when thunder has been heard or lightning has been seen is prohibited.
    • Bikes, scooters, skateboards, etc. are not permitted on the fields at any time.
    • Recreation reserves the right to deny the use of a facility(s) if the activity is deemed inappropriate or may cause damage to the facility (i.e. golf).

Outdoor Tennis Courts

    • Tennis courts are open to all members.
    • Tennis activity takes priority over other activities on the tennis courts. All other permitted activities, such as pickleball, soccer, etc. can be played on the courts, if not in use.
    • Bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, roller blades, etc. are prohibited on these courts. 
    • Sitting or leaning on the nets is prohibited.
    • All beverages are to be in non-glass, sealable containers.
    • Campus Recreation facilities may not be used for private or commercial gain/purposes, such as: training, coaching, or teaching private instruction, without the written consent from the department.

Sand Volleyball Courts

    • Tennis courts are open to all members.
    • Hanging and/or pulling on nets is prohibited.
    • All beverages are to be in non-glass, sealable containers.

Sailing Center

  • Personal Flotation Device (PFD) must be worn at all times while on the dock and at all times while on the water.
  • A swim test is required by all participants on the first day of class.
  • No running or playing allowed on the premises, including docks or in boats.
  • In the event of windy conditions, helmets will be provided to prevent head injuries.
  • Motorboats are for the exclusive use of the URI Sailing Center Staff.
  • Report all accidents, injury, or damage to the instructors immediately.
  • The damaging or misuse of any equipment is prohibited and may results in removal from program and property.

Parking

  • At this time, all URI Campus Recreation memberships come with a parking code that grants parking privileges for Lot 27. For parking information and to redeem your parking code Click Here.
  • Parking codes coincide with the length of an individual’s membership.
  • The Department of Campus Recreation is not responsible for any cars that are ticketed, toed, damaged, etc. while parking in or around URI campus or recreation property.

Program Area Policies

Aquatics Program Policies Club Sports Program Policies Intramural Sports Policies Sailing Program Policies