Fitness Center Dress Code and Policies
Policy when entering Bandy Gym:
- Entrance into the facility is through the upstairs (2nd) floor doors (parking lot entrance).
- DSC Roadrunner or Employee ID required for each visit
- Employees can activate their ID by stopping by the Roadrunner Card office to pay the $20 campus recreation fee for spring semester.
- At the fitness center desk...
- A staff will scan your Roadrunner or Employee ID.
- You can check out a basketball or soccer ball by leaving your Roadrunner or Employee ID with the staff.
Policies in the fitness center:
- Dress appropriately-your torso and buttocks must be covered and stay covered completely while in the fitness center and gym areas.
- No cut-off shirts.
- No short short's (booty shorts) of any kind.
- No slit down the side shirts.
- No open toes, sandals, etc. allowed. Tennis shoes required.
- No dirty clothes or shoes.
- No pants with attachments, bling, or any items that can get caught or tear the cushions.
- No food or gum.
- Drinks must be in a No-Spill container-this includes fast food cups and coffee cups.
- Be mindful of body products such as colognes, perfumes, etc. as these products can be irritating to those around you.
- Bring your own mat. We are not providing mats.
- Bring your own lock. We have lockers, but we are not providing locks.
- Items must be removed each time you leave the fitness center or they will be turned into Public Safety.
- We cannot provide mats for your use at this time nor lockers.
- You can bring your own mat.
- Try to bring minimal personal belongings with you while at the fitness center.
- Water fountains are equipped to fill a water bottle.
- If playing your own music, headphones are required.
Do you need a doctor's release: It is recommended that if you meet two or more of the following, you submit a doctor's release before beginning any fitness class:
- You're a man older than age 45 or a woman older than age 55
- You have a family history of heart disease before age 55
- You smoke or you quit smoking in the past six months
- You haven't exercised for three months or more
- You're overweight or obese
- You have high blood pressure or high cholesterol
- You have impaired glucose tolerance, also called pre-diabetes
- If you are pregnant