Students working out

    1. All patrons must access the facility through the front desk with a valid One Card and/or photo ID.
    2. Food and drink is not permitted in activity areas. Water is permitted in activity areas in a sealed, non-glass container.
    3. Tobacco products or alcohol are not to be consumed in any Campus Recreation facility.
    4. All youth, ages 15 and under, must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Leaving minors unaccompanied in the facility, or area of the facility, may result in loss of privileges. Permitted areas are: multi-purpose courts, swimming pool, and studio 1. Youth may not attend group fitness classes.
    5. Pets are not permitted at any Campus Recreation facility with the exception of registered service animals.
    6. Appropriate attire is required at all times. This includes wearing a shirt and non-marking soled shoes. Swimsuits and swim footwear are limited to the Aquatics area.
    7. Bicycles or scooters are not permitted inside the facility, no exceptions. All skateboards must be stored on the appropriate rack in the Fitness Center.
    8. Photography/Filming is not permitted without prior approval from Campus Recreation Administrative Staff.
    9. Disorderly conduct, inappropriate behavior, abuse of the facility, equipment, or staff and/or disregard for Campus Recreation rules may result in immediate dismissal from the facility. Additional sanctions may apply.
    10. Campus Recreation staff members have the final say in policy interpretation and enforcement. Failure to comply with any of the policies may result in temporary or permanent loss of Campus Recreation privileges.
    11. The Department of Campus Recreation is not responsible for any lost or stolen personal belongings.
    12. Use of informal activity spaces when not scheduled/reserved is first come, first serve.
    13. No outside personal trainers or outside swim instructors.
    14. Limited hours of operation or closures will be in effect during student breaks, University holidays, special events,  and inclement weather. 

Lost and Found

  • Inquiries about lost items can be made at the front desk.
  • The front desk staff will not disclose information regarding lost items over the phone.
  • If you find an item you believe to be lost, please turn it in to the front desk or the nearest staff member.
  • More valuable items such as cell phones and wallets will be taken to Public Safety.
  • If your item is claimed by Public Safety, you will need to contact them to reclaim your lost item.
  • Items will be donated after two weeks.


  • Day use lockers are provided free of charge to members and guests in the Men's and Women's locker rooms.
  • Belongings left in day use lockers will be removed once the facility is closed for the evening.
  • Members must pay a $10 locker rental fee per semester in order to use a locker and must be renewed before the specified deadline (with the exception of day use lockers).
  • Belongings left in a locker that is not paid for will be removed, and the items will be donated after two weeks.
  • Locks that are cut will not be replaced.
  • Confiscated items may be reclaimed after a $10 retrieval fee is paid.
  • Campus Recreation is not responsible for any lost or stolen items in the facility.

OneCard Access Policy

  • All patrons must access the facility through the front desk with a valid One Card and/or photo ID.
  • If a member does not have their One Card, they must check in at the front desk.
  • When a member is granted access without their One Card, the first time is free, and anytime thereafter is $10.
  • Cards presented by anyone other than the proper holder of the card will be confiscated and returned to the Campus Business Services office and the incident may be referred to the Office of Student Conduct & Community Responsibility for disciplinary action. The card remains the property of Loyola Marymount University.