Recreation and Intramurals

Summer 2017

Department of Health, Physical Education, & Dance
Dr. Young Kim, Chairperson
Mr. Roger Mischel and Mr. Aziwoh Ayafor, Coordinators of Recreation and Intramurals

Rules and Regulations:

  1. Gymnasium, courts, and pool facilities are available to all students, faculty, staff, and Alumni Association members who swipe a valid ID card (CUNY OneCard) upon entrance to the building and/or facility.
  2. Proper attire must be worn: Gymnasium/gym attire — shirt, shorts or sweatpants and sneakers. Pool — nylon or Lycra swimsuit only (no shorts or cut-offs).
  3. No outside food or drink is permitted in the building.
  4. All activities are coeducational.
  5. No books, coats, bags, or other personal belongings are permitted in the facilities. Lockers are available on the lower levels.
  6. Clothes are to be changed in locker rooms only.
  7. Continuing Education Classes: Pool – available to Continuing Education students enrolled in swimming courses only for an additional fee plus Community Swimming.
  8. Classes and Varsity teams have priority over Recreation. During inclement weather and certain other circumstances, Recreation may be canceled.
  9. Before beginning physical activities, participants are advised to undergo medical examinations and follow the advice of their physicians.

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