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University Recreation & Fitness (URecFit) is committed to making its facilities, programs, and services inclusive and accessible to all students and members of the University community by including a variety of accommodations available to students and members with special needs.
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These include but are not limited to: push-button front doors, elevators, Braille signage, ADA showers and dressing areas in the men's and women's locker room, two universal locker rooms, zero-depth-entry ramp to pool, accessible fitness equipment, and ADA-accessible restrooms on all levels. Fitness staff are available to provide instructions for proper use of fitness equipment. Personal trainers are available to meet one-on-one to assist with developing a personal exercise program to meet your needs.
URecFit staff are available to provide special assistance to students and members with special needs. Students and members are encouraged to provide as much advance notice as possible to URecFit before a visit to help ensure that their request for special assistance can be met. For further details or to arrange for special assistance, please email URecFit.
In accordance with the University's Non-Discrimination Policy, individuals can use the restroom or locker room that corresponds to their gender identity. URecFit has a men's and women's locker room as well as a locker room with private shower stalls for use. Gender-inclusive restrooms are also located on the lower level of the Campus Center.
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