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Locker Rooms

  • All tile faculty/staff and general locker rooms
  • Equipped with dry saunas
  • Day-use and rental lockers available, for more information see Locker and Towel Service
  • Five curtained showers & one handicap shower available in each locker room

Photos below are from our Women's Locker Room - the Men's Locker Room is just flipped - sauna is to the left vs right.

Locker room  fac staff room

Showers and sauna


 Locker Room Policies

  • Suit Mate is to be used for wet bathing suits only, not for drenched workout apparel. Dry all bathing suits prior to storing in lockers.
  • Lockers are subject to inspection at any time. For example, lockers may be inspected for:
    • Odors
    • Physical damage or defaced lockers
    • Suspected illegal, illicit, harmful, offensive, or inappropriate contents
    • Risk to the general welfare of the university
  • Lockers are to be kept clean and sanitized by the user. Campus Recreation reserves the right to clean and sanitize individual lockers as needed. If lockers are going to be cleaned by Campus Recreation staff, users will be notified in advance. Fees may be assessed for locker damage caused by abuse or neglect.
  • Unclean or wet items should not be left in lockers overnight. Do not leave unlaundered items in the locker that may create an odor. This is intended to help maintain a clean, healthy, and odor-free environment in the locker rooms.
  • Lockers should be locked while unattended to prevent theft.
  • Members may not share lockers. Lockers are rented as a secure location to store a patron's personal belongings. Sharing this space compromises that security by allowing another person access to the locker combination.
  • Campus Recreation reserves the right to revoke a locker rental should a patron fail to maintain his or her assigned locker and any contents in a sanitary condition. At least one warning will be issued before rental is revoked. 
  • Notify front desk staff of any issues or concerns