At a Glance
Along with opportunities to stay physically active, develop healthy lifestyle habits and grow social circles with a variety of people, the Student Recreation Complex (SRC) aligns with the mission of the university to help complete the development of students by offering a variety of opportunities in leadership through employment and participation. The SRC staff hopes you will take advantage of all of the opportunities offered to help you develop into the best you can be.
Our focus is to assist in the development of the individual physically, mentally and emotionally through active participation. The SRC is the focal point for recreational opportunities at California State University, Stanislaus. Our staff believes that physical activity plays a vital role in the development and maintenance of a "healthy, well-adjusted" individual. The activities available are a means to educate participants, provide opportunities for group and individual competition, provide opportunities for social and personal interaction between students, provide guidance in the area of health-related fitness, and to provide student leadership opportunities.
Located on the east side of campus, the SRC has a Fitness Center with cardiovascular and weight training room for your personal fitness workouts, a group exercise room for exercise classes and personal fitness training, and a multi-sport gymnasium for recreation play. You can check out a locker key, basketballs, volleyballs, jump ropes, sweat towels and more. Towels for showering should be brought from home. Outside the Fitness Center you will find climbing boulders and the Al Brenda Track. Keys to the track are available at the Welcome Desk when the track is not in use by a group reservation.
The SRC maintains and schedules use of the SRC’s Recreation and Intramural fields, Practice Soccer Complex and The SRC Warrior Stadium, home to the Men’s and Women’s soccer and track teams.
Innovative construction materials or methods
A unique roof deck material is provided that acts as the structural support for the roof, functions as an acoustically absorptive ceiling layer, and enables the efficient employment of insulation to reduce energy consumption by this large volumed facility. Additionally, skylights are provided throughout the facility to allow daylight to illuminate the spaces to the maximum degree practicable, reducing energy usage by artificial lighting. Tall ceilinged spaces, with fans recirculating air within each space, allow for the thermal comfort of the building occupants while maintaining higher ambient temperatures in the building, reducing the need for artificial cooling of spaces.
Sustainable Green Features
As noted above. Roof overhangs are designed to block the intense summer sun and will let in the cooler winter sun. Recycled floor and ceiling tiles and low VOC emitting paint are used. Mechanical, electrical, systems and building envelope are designed to exceed Title 24 energy requirements by 15%.
Use of technology
Technology serves the building and the operational budget by providing energy efficient lighting, heating and cooling, systems that reduce utility bills and energy consumption. Connectivity to campus networks is provided in spaces where staff needs such access to perform their required professional responsibilities.
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.