A valid NC State or Carmichael Complex ID must be presented for entry. No one will be permitted into an activity area without proper ID.
All University Recreation members are invited to bring up to 3 guests per visit to Carmichael Complex facilities. Guests must enter, exit, and remain in the facilities at all times with the University Recreation member.
Food and gum is prohibited. Drinks must be kept in a closed container.
Appropriate clothing is required in all activity areas.
Only clean, closed-toe, closed heel athletic shoes with non-marking soles are permitted in the activity areas.
Spitting is not allowed in the facility.
No bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, or animals (except service animals) are permitted inside the complex. Bicycle and skateboard racks outside of the facility should be used. No gas powered or electric motor carts are allowed, except electric carts to assist persons with disabilities.
Individuals under the age of 18 are ONLY permitted in the facility during authorized University Recreation sponsored events. During these programs they should be accompanied by a responsible guardian over the age of 18.
Movement of any equipment/furniture may only be conducted by University Recreation staff. All fitness equipment should remain in the part of the facility where it was originally located. Improper use, or unapproved modifications, of equipment beyond the manufacturer’s purpose are prohibited.
Use of outside training materials, especially items that may be considered a weapon, must be approved by the University Recreation staff.
Injuries, accidents, or equipment failures should to be reported immediately to University Recreation staff.
The use of tape or other marking materials is prohibited on walls, doors or floor surfaces unless approved by University Recreation staff.
Requests for approval to post flyers, signs or posters are directed to the University Recreation marketing and communications staff.
Anyone requesting to take photographs or video in University Recreation facilities must request permission from University Recreation marketing and communications staff.
We encourage and support persons with disabilities to bring trained assistants as needed. Any trained assistant supporting a person with disabilities may enter the facility at no charge (must be in compliance with guidelines by presenting a valid ID).
University Recreation and Health and Exercise Studies scheduled activities within the complex have priority. Any modifications of the schedule will be posted.
Personal belongings (including all bags and skateboards) are not permitted in hallways, lobbies or activity areas. Lockers are available for storage of all items. University Recreation is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
Use of University Recreation facilities is a privilege. Anyone violating guidelines, including verbal, and/or physical abuse of employee(s) or user(s), criminal activity, disorderly conduct, or inappropriate behavior is subject to: (a) immediate removal, (b) suspension of membership, (c) administrative referral to the Office of Student Conduct under the Student Code of Conduct or other applicable guidelines, and (d) criminal action.
University Recreation reserves the right to implement any guidelines that protect the health and safety of the facility and its users.