Member Services

Member Services

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General Information:

Participation in Campus Recreation facilities and activities is completely voluntary whether participating in or watching any event or activity sponsored by any group. Each individual participating or watching assumes the risk for any harm or injuries sustained. Neither UW-River Falls, nor Campus Recreation can assume any responsibilities for injuries incurred through participation in facilities or activities. It is strongly advised that participants use caution and be aware of potential health risks associated with exercise, and obtain a physical from a doctor before beginning an exercise program. Should an accident, injury, or related incident occur, please contact a Campus Recreation staff member immediately.

Keeping participants safe is the number one priority for Campus Recreation employees. All Campus Recreation professional staff and student staff are certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED and are trained to provide emergency care to participants if needed. In the event of an emergency, participants are required to report all accidents, incidents, or injuries to the nearest Campus Recreation employee so proper care can be provided. If an ambulance is necessary, the Campus Recreation staff will contact university police and follow the emergency procedures. Campus Recreation employees may not transport injured victims. In any injury situation, the injured person (when possible) and any witness will be asked questions for an accident report.

Day use lockers are free! The day use lockers are located near the Karges Aux Gym. Patron must provide their own locks. Locks that are not removed by the end of the night on day use lockers will be removed, and the contents found in the locker will be placed in our Lost and Found.

Full and half lockers will be available to rent on a first-come-first-serve basis for all options. A combination lock is provided and any personal locks will be removed.



Full Locker

Half Locker




Academic Year









Rental Dates


Start Date

End Date


Date of Purchase

1 Year from Date of Purchase


Date of Purchase

1 Month from Date of Purchase

Academic Year

Sept. 1

May 31

Fall Semester

Sept. 1

Dec. 31

Spring Semester

Jan. 1

May 15

Summer Semester

May 16

Aug. 31

A towel service is included with your locker rental, but you must exchange the towel for a clean one at the Fitness Center desk.

If not renewed before the current academic year ends, the locker will be cleared out and any contents will be placed in the Fitness Center Lost and Found for 4 weeks, before taken to the Parking Office. The locker will then be rented to the next interested or available person on the waiting list.


As part of UW-River Falls Campus Recreation and its mission to achieve the highest standards for its participants, we have developed our policies to ensure a safe, fair, and fun environment.  The following general rules apply to all facilities and activities that are associated with Campus Recreation.  Patrons who fail to comply with the rules of the Falcon Center may lose all membership privileges.

Acts of inappropriate behavior are not permitted. These include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Failure to comply with posted guidelines for all individual areas, including those located on the Campus Recreation website.
  • Furnishing false or misleading information to any University staff member.
  • Failure to comply with reasonable directions and requests of Campus Recreation personnel.
  • Forgery, alteration or misuse of any UWRF document, record, fund or ID. This includes utilizing another ID for entrance into Campus Recreation programs or facilities.
  • Intentional disruption or obstruction of Campus Recreation activities.
  • Physical or verbal assault, sexual harassment, hazing, threats, intimidation, coercion or any other behavior which threatens or endangers the health or safety of any member of the University community or any other person while on UWRF premises, at Campus Recreation activities, or on premises over which the University has supervisory responsibility pursuant to state statute or local ordinance.
  • Attempted or actual theft, damage or misuse of UWRF property or resources.
  • Violation of published University or Campus Recreation policies, rules or regulations.
  • Unauthorized or improper use of any UWRF property, equipment, facilities, or resources, including unauthorized entry into any Campus Recreation area, building or premises.
  • Use, possession or distribution of alcohol, any narcotic or other controlled substance on UWRF premises, at Campus Recreation activities, or on premises over which the University has supervisory responsibility pursuant to state statute or local ordinance, except as permitted by law and University regulations.
  • Violation of federal, state or local civil or criminal laws on University premises, while participating in University activities, or on premises over which the University has supervisory responsibility pursuant to state statute or local ordinance.

Violation of any of the above may result in any or all of the following:

  1. Suspension from Campus Recreation facilities and programs and/or revocation of membership
  2. Referral to the Fitness and Recreation Coordinator
  3. Referral to University Police
  4. Referral to the Student Conduct Office
  5. Referral to the Dean of Students Office

For reasons of hygiene, safety, and protection of equipment, appropriate dress attire is mandatory at all times in the Falcon Center.

  • Tops
    • Upper body clothing should fully cover the lower torso
    • Cropped tanks and sports bras (only) are not permitted
    • Cut-off t-shirts that expose skin greater than one palm under the armpit are not permitted
  • Bottoms
    • Non-athletic type pants such as jeans, khakis, etc. are not permitted
    • Shorts must be long enough to cover the gluteal fold and groin when exercising or moving
    • Shorts must be properly worn on hips
  • Footwear
    • Closed-toe athletic shoes must be worn in the facility
    • Non-marking athletic shoes only in the gyms
    • No boots, dress shoes, or other hard-soled shoes are allowed
    • Patrons must bring a second pair of shoes to change into once in the facility

This policy was reviewed by Student Senate on February 27, 2018.

Individuals using the UW-River Falls Campus Recreation facilities for organized or structured activities without a reservation is considered to be in violation of the open recreation policy, and therefore deemed to be using the facility in an exclusive use capacity.

Exclusive use is only permitted with the advanced rental or reservation of facility space.

Examples of prohibited activity include, but are not limited to:

  • Organized practices or activities (defined as more than 6 people)
  • Personal training
  • Private instruction
  • Services for which compensation is rendered
  • Sales
  • Solicitation
  • Members must present UWRF ID or issued membership card at every entrance into the facility.
  • Patrons must wipe down the equipment after use. Towels and disinfecting spray are provided.
  • Individuals must put all bars, plates, dumbbells, collars, etc. in their proper place after use. 
  • No snapping or hanging on the rim or net unless for safety during contest.
  • Batting cages, tennis courts, and badminton courts must be scheduled with the Front Desk staff at least 24 hours in advance to guarantee space.  Please contact the Front Desk staff at 715-425-4289.
  • Throwing a frisbee, football, baseball, lacrosse, or similar activities during open recreation are subject to space availability and may not be allowed by Campus Recreation staff.
  • Basketballs and volleyballs are available to be checked out from the Front Desk.
  • No bicycles, inline skates, skateboards, or motorized personal transports are allowed in the building.
  • Personal music systems only. No portable speakers allowed.
  • The Falcon Center staff reserves the right to refuse service to patrons wearing inappropriate apparel or footwear.
  • Food is only allowed in the front lobby, free areas, and lounge areas. Drinks are allowed in all areas, but must be in bottles with re-sealable tops. 
  • The Falcon Center assumes no responsibility for personal items. All patrons are encouraged to secure their own possessions. Theft should be reported immediately to the staff at the Front Desk who will file an incident report with University Police.
  • Falcon Center enforces/abides by UWRF's Policies on tobacco. UWRF is a tobacco-free campus.

Fitness Center/Aux Gym/Group Fitness/Personal Training/Climbing Wall

  • Age 18+
    • Able to work out on their own
    • Day pass: eligible to sign their own waiver
    • Membership: eligible to sign their own membership form
  • Age 16-17
    • Able to work out on their own
    • Day pass: legal guardian must sign waiver before entry
    • Membership: legal guardian must sign membership form and they must have their own membership card (single membership allowed)
  • Age 12-15
    • Can only workout with their legal guardian present
    • Day pass: legal guardian must sign waiver before entry
    • Membership: must be part of a family membership (no single membership allowed)
    • Group Fitness and Personal Training - Not allowed
      • Due to the low student usage of Group Fitness and Personal Training services during the summer, these services are available to those ages 12 - 15 with their legal guardian present from mid-May through the end of August.
  • Age 11 and under
    • Climbing Wall – only allowed with their legal guardian present
    • Fitness Center/Aux Gym/Group Fitness/Personal Training - Not allowed
      • Due to the low student usage and closure of Knowles Field House during the summer, Karges Aux gym is available for Age 11 and under with their legal guardian present from mid-May through the end of August.


Knowles Field House/Hunt Arena

  • Age 18+
    • Able to work out on their own
    • Day pass: eligible to sign their own waiver
    • Membership: eligible to sign their own membership form
  • Age 12-17
    • Able to work out on their own 
    • Day pass: legal guardian must sign waiver before entry
    • Membership: legal guardian must sign membership form (single membership allowed), 16-17 year olds have their own membership card
  • Age 11 and under 
    • Can only workout with their legal guardian present
    • Day pass: legal guardian must sign waiver before entry

The Campus Recreation staff is responsible for controlling the type of music and volume level for any facility where music is played on a central system. The music played will be determined based on the general population using the facility and will not interfere with any other university policy or university group that may be in the facility. Personal headsets are welcomed in any facility, but the use of radios/portable stereos (“boom boxes”) will not be permitted.

Campus Recreation regularly takes photographs, video, and/or tape recordings of our various programs, activities, or special events. During these various programs, a photo or video/audio recording may be taken of you unless you request otherwise. Your participation will be considered permission for UW-River Falls Campus Recreation to photograph, video tape, record and/or televise your image and/or voice use in any publications or promotional materials, in any medium now known or developed in the future without any restrictions. If you object to Campus Recreation using your image or voice in this manner, please notify the professional staff with Campus Recreation.

Any member 16 years of age and older will be asked to have a photo on file to the Recreation Staff with proper membership access and restrictions.

Any individual(s) who seeks to film (photograph/video), interview, or conduct class projects in any recreation facility/property must first receive permission from Campus Recreation Professional Staff. Taking pictures via cameras, video cameras, and video ready cell phones is strictly prohibited in the men’s and women’s locker rooms, and restrooms.

Campus Recreation recognizes the need to have a balance between the individual's right to be free from invasion of privacy and the institution's duty to promote a safe environment for all members.

The purpose of video surveillance in the Falcon Center is to:

  • Promote a safe environment by deterring acts of harassment or assault.
  • Deter theft and vandalism and assist in the identification of individuals who commit damage to UWRF property.
  • Assist law enforcement agencies with regard to the investigation of any crime that may be depicted.
  • Assist in the daily operations of the Campus Recreation staff.

Signs are posted in appropriate areas, either at the entrance to the area under surveillance or in close proximity to the camera, informing patrons of the usage of video surveillance on campus.

Personal information contained on the recordings shall not be used or disclosed for purposes other than those for which it was collected, except with the consent of the individual or as required by law.

The focus of cameras used in video surveillance in the Falcon Center will not cover areas where there is an expectation of privacy, such as locker rooms or bathrooms.

All participants must provide valid identification to use the facilities. Please present one of the following forms of identification to the front desk of Campus Recreation facilities.

  • UWRF ID (verifying via ID reader that all fees have been paid for the current semester).
  • UWRF Faculty/Staff ID (Campus Recreation memberships must be purchased to use the Fitness Center and to participate in Group Fitness classes).
  • UWRF Alumni, Spouse, or Dependent ID.
  • Falcon Center ID card issued to all members 16 years old and older.

If you forget your ID you may enter the facility by having the Recreation Staff look up your name or w# 1 time per semester or by purchasing a guest pass.

Contact Us

Campus Recreation

A105 Falcon Center

(715) 425.4289


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