Recreation and Wellness guidelines have been developed to provide a safe environment for all individuals. RecWell staff are available to answer questions, provide assistance, and to ensure that guidelines and procedures are applied appropriately. We ask all individuals to comply with these guidelines and to understand that RecWell staff have the final say regarding interpretation and enforcement.
Participate at your own risk.
When a club member or visiting club participant reports a suspected concussion, is exhibiting signs of a concussion, or has communicated to the staff they have been diagnosed with a concussion and have not been medically cleared to return to activity, the staff will disallow that individual’s participation immediately.
Common signs and symptoms of a concussion include, but are not limited to:
Participants who are suspected of having sustained a concussion will be required to receive medical clearance before they may return to participation in any Competitive Sports program or activity.
All of the following steps must be completed in order for an individual suspected of sustaining a concussion to be allowed to participate in a Competitive Sports program or activity:
(If a student is evaluated at a medical facility off-campus, the student is still required to contact SHS to initiate the return to play protocol following a concussion diagnosis)
Once an individual receives medical clearance to return to class and return to play, SHS will provide documentation to the Department of Recreation and Wellness stating the individual is cleared to return to activities. An individual will not be allowed to return to play without the medical clearance form on file.
Reservations can be made by visiting our on-line reservations page.
Thank you for your interest in reserving our space. The Department of Recreation and Wellness has the following priority usage for our spaces. Our first priority goes to the programming of our department needs (Intramural leagues, Group Fitness classes, etc.), as well as to support academic/class usage. Second priority goes to other UNCG departments and student organizations. Third priority is given to external group (not affiliated with UNCG) reservations.
|Number of Days Prior to Event||Tasks to be Completed No Later than this Date|
|30||Event must be submitted through EMS|
|7||All event charges and fees must be paid|
In the event that you cancel your reservation, you will receive a full refund if it is canceled at least five (5) business days prior to your reservation. If the event is canceled less than five (5) business days prior to your reservation, you will not receive a refund. If we cancel your event due to inclement weather, you will receive a full refund.
We love our facility and hope you do too. In order to keep everyone safe and the facility in tip top shape, we ask that you adhere to the following guidelines during your reservation.
The Department of Recreation and Wellness is not responsible for any parking tickets or fines incurred by participants.
This agreement shall be governed by the construed in accordance with the laws of the State of North Carolina. By execution of this agreement, Client hereby subjects itself to the jurisdiction of and consents to be sued by UNCG in any appropriate court of the State of North Carolina or in the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Client agrees that the filing in any such court of a true copy of this agreement shall be evidence of such consent, and that any summons, complaint, or other documents required by UNCG to commence any lawsuit may be served up Client in the same manner as notices are given under this agreement.