Equipment Check Out
Students and CRW members may check out equipment with their valid Eagle Card ID or Campus Recreation & Wellness membership card at the Equipment Desk located 1st level of the PEC adjacent to the pool.
Lost & Found
Any items lost and found in Campus Recreation & Wellness will be held for two week. Any items not claimed will be delivered to a charitable organization or discarded. Items of significant value found in the facility are immediately delivered to the Office of Campus Police. The Department of Campus Recreation & Wellness assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen articles. Patrons are encouraged to secure all belongings before entering the Campus Recreation & Wellness areas within the Physical Education Complex.
You must present your Eagle Card ID or Wellness Center Membership ID at the Front Desk for a wristband if you want to use the Campus Recreation & Wellness facilities. Wristbands must be worn on either wrist during your use of the facilities, and should be put on in view of the Front Desk staff.
Please note that the wristbands use a hypoallergenic adhesive. If you are concerned about skin irritation from the wristbands, please purchase a sweat band to wear on your wrist and place the wristband around it.
Wearing a wristband identifies you to the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center staff as being a valid member of the Coppin State University community or a guest thereof, and allows you to use the facilities. Wristband checks are used to ensure that only members of the Coppin State University community, and their guests, are using the facilities.
If you use the Campus Recreation & Wellness Center facilities and do not wear a wristband, you will be asked to please return to the Front Desk to receive a wristband in order to continue using the facilities.
It is the responsibilities of the lifeguard to enforce the following rules while on duty:
1. A lifeguard or designated supervisor who has been approved by the Aquatics Director must be on deck before anyone enters the pool.
2. No swimmer with open sores, infection or contagious diseases may use the pools.
3. Users must wear a clean bathing suit (no cut-offs) to enter pool.
4. No street shoes are permitted on the pool deck by swimming patrons.
5. No running, pushing, horse playing or other high risk behavior in the pool area.
6. No alcohol, use of drugs or smoking in the pool area; those under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be asked to leave.
7. No glass, sharp metal objects or toys in the pool area
8. No balls or inflatable in the pool area during Open Recreation.
9. Kickboards pull buoys, and aqua-jogging belts should not be used as flotation devices.
10. Swimmers are not permitted to hang on the lane lines.
11. No animals or bicycles are allowed in the pool area
12. No diving or jumping from the starting platforms during Open Recreation Center; starting platforms are to be used only under the supervision of competitive swim team coaches.
13. No diving or jumping from the sides of main pool or from the 4 foot shallow end during Open Recreation; diving from the side of the pool is allowed only in areas 5 feet or deeper.
14. Food and drink (including chewing gum) shall not be permitted in the on the deck area.
15. No spitting or urination in the pool or on the deck
16. Spectators are restricted to the benches on the pool deck and bleacher area. Not permitted to stand over pool edges.
17. Lifeguards may expel any patron who does not conform to the rules listed herein or posted in the area.
18. No prolonged underwater swimming or breath holding during Open Recreation.
19. Children under 7 years of age MUST be supervised on the deck or in the pool by their 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.
20. Private lessons may not be given by non-CSU Aquatics Staff at any time.
All Coppin State University staff, including lifeguards, has the authority and responsibility to enforce the rules of the pool. Any user who elects to ignore staff requests regarding pool regulations will be subject to expulsion from the facility.
It is the responsibility of the lifeguard to enforce these rules while they are on duty.
Diving from the side of the pool: Diving is not allowed from the side of the pool in water less than 5 feet deep.
The only exception to this rule is supervised diving from the starting blocks by competitive swim team coaches.
Diving from the starting blocks
The starting blocks are used only under the supervision of a certified CRW Swim Instructor.
The starting blocks are not to be used for recreational use
The starting blocks should be closed by placing an orange cone on each block during all activities except swim team practices.
Reservations (Pool & PEC 108)
Facility Rentals – Please contact the Office of Events and Conference services.