Participant’s Code of Conduct
Participation is a privilege. By entering the facilities, all participants agree to adhere to the following Code of Conduct:
- Treat the SRC staff and facilities with respect.
- Act with character and courtesy while respecting the rights, welfare and dignity of all participants and staff.
- Adhere to the rules and policies set forth by the SRC staff and the University.
- Act in a safe, responsible manner regarding you, others, the equipment and the facilities.
Participants engaging in inappropriate behavior or violating SRC/University policies may be subject to having their participation privileges revoked and could face university disciplinary action.
Assumption of Responsibility
The following applies to all SRC Facilities and programming:
Neither CSU Stanislaus nor the SRC accepts any responsibility for ill health or injury sustained while participating in any of the SRC facilities. No medical or ambulance expense incurred by a participant will be paid by the Department or by the University. Participation is on a voluntary basis. Use the facility at your own risk. Participation in any physical activity involves inherent risk and even when safety precautions are utilized, injuries and accidents can occur. It is recommended that all participants undergo a prior physical examination and carry some form of health and accident insurance. CSU does not provide personal health or medical insurance for participants. If an injury does occur, it should be reported to the nearest SRC staff member. In the event that blood is involved in an injury, that person cannot continue to participate until the wound is properly cleaned and dressed. Any clothing with blood should be removed.