Minor Definition: As defined by the Office of Campus Recreation, for the purpose of accessing the Campus Recreation Center, a minor is anyone 18 years of age or younger where a guardian and minor relationship exists. The maximum age for this relationship to exist for Campus Recreation Center membership purposes is 18 years of age, per Alabama State Law.
Everyone is allowed in during all hours of operation.
Levels of Access:
- Age 0-5
No membership required. Permitted into all areas of the Campus Recreation Center (except the Ufit studios and fitness area) with direct parent/guardian supervision*
- Age 6-15
Membership required. Permitted into all areas of the Campus Recreation Center (except the UFit studios and fitness areas which is the cardio machines, selectorized and all free weight equipment) with direct parent/guardian supervision.
- Age 16-18
Membership required. Permitted into all areas of the Campus Recreation Center with indirect parent/guardian supervision**
Children ages 3-12 are permitted to use the Kid Zone during specified hours. CRCT staff member will supervise, but will not change diapers. Child must be potty-trained.
Cost: $10 month per child
Monday to Friday : 11:30am to 1:30pm and 4:00pm to 8:00pm
Saturday : 10:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday : 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Annual contract: $60 year/$5 month per child
3-mth contract: $15 month per child
Minors age six and up must purchase a membership and a campuscard in order to have access to any areas in the Campus Recreation Center except the Kid Zone. Memberships can be purchased by cash, check, credit card or can be automatically deducted from the primary member’s payroll or debit/credit card account.
- Minors will not be permitted to have a permanent locker.
- Strollers are not allowed on walking track.
- Family-changing rooms are provided on the first floor. Mixed genders are not permitted in other restrooms/locker rooms.
- Swim diapers are required for unpotty-trained children in the pool.
- Children must fit into a UAB-approved or provided harness in order to use the rock-climbing wall.
* Direct supervision is defined as being in the same room no further than 20 feet apart.
Parent/guardian MUST be actively participating in the same activity as the minor i.e. playing basketball together, playing racquetball together, swimming together, etc. This does not mean that the parent can be, for example, in a group exercise class while the minor sits along the wall and watches.
** Indirect supervision is defined as: parent/legal guardian must be in the facility at the same time as the minor; however both are not required to be in the same area.