Solario de Fortaleza (#121 & #123)
#121 - 1482 sq. ft., #123 - 1458 sq. ft., Combined - 2940 sq. ft.
Urethane resillent athletic flooring and mirrored walls.
Available rental for or meetings, receptions, etc. with floor covering in place.
Not intended for coached workouts
19,692 sq. ft.
Floating panel maple hardwood sports floor system for basketball and volleyball.
One court equipped with resilient athletic flooring for badminton, indoor soccer, floor hockey as well as basketball and volleyball.
Equipped with divider curtain between courts.
Available rental for meetings, receptions, etc. with floor covering in place.
Not intended for coached workouts.
Sierra Studio (#106)
1237 sq. ft.
Specialized shock-absorbing hardwood flooring system.
Mojave Studio (#222)
1154 sq. ft.
Urethane resilient athletic flooring and mirrored walls.
Sequoia Studio (#162 & #163)
#162 - 1084 sq. ft., #163 - 1110 sq. ft., Combined - 2194 sq. ft.
Specialized shock-absorbing hardwood flooring system and mirrored walls.
Conference Room (#232)
296 sq. ft.
Seating for 11.
46" LCD Television.
Natural grass field.
Approximately 120 yards x 70 yards.
Student Recreation Center Facility Reservation and Rental Guidelines
Factors for Approval
Requests for exclusive use of a SRC facility are considered based on the following factors:
- Facility availability based on established schedule and impact to primary users (primary users are SRC informal recreation users and SRC sponsored programs).
- Compatibility of activity with facility use, function, and regulations.
- Health and safety considerations for participants and potential damage to equipment.
- Availability of appropriate supervision for safety response and facility protection.
Priority for scheduling and use of the SRC facilities is, as a general policy, extended as follows:
- SRC Informal Recreation
- SRC Sponsored Programs (Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, Group X, Health & Wellness Workshops, SRC Special Events)
- CSUB Recognized Student Clubs & Organizations event limited to CSUB
- CSUB Recognized Student Clubs & Organizations event open
- CSUB Departments and Offices event limited to CSUB
- CSUB Departments and Offices event open
- Off-Campus Non-Profit Organization
Saftey and Supervision
- Requests should explain the event supervision plan and safety plan. In some cases, at least one of the attending individuals must have current CPR/AED/First Aid certifications and be present at all times. In order to satisfy the supervision and safety needs, it may be determined that a SRC Facility Supervisor be present during an organizations event. The sponsoring organization may be responsible for this cost.
- Depending on the nature of the event and participants, signed waivers of liability may be required.
- The SRC staff has the final authority in all decisions related to participant, spectator, and staff safety, potential facility damage, or non-compliance with facility regulations, or staff requests. This includes the authority to modify or discontinue any activity. Event organizers are expected to support and assist the staff in all decisions.
- Requests for events that are fitness, health, recreation, or sport based are given preference.
- One day or short-term use requests are given preference.
- Requests for SRC facilities by campus groups must be made at least 10 days in advance and no more than three months prior to the date requested. Request from non-university groups must be made at least 21 days
- Events should encourage participation and not be primarily spectator events.
- Events must allow for informal recreation to occur in other areas of the facility.
- For sport competitions, games rules must be reviewed and approved by SRC staff prior to the event. Rules should be consistent with Intramural Sports rules.
- Facilities may not be used for commercial purposes or personal gain. A fee may be charged for philanthropic or fund-raising events with prior written approval from appropriate campus personnel.
- Events should be scheduled during regular facility operating hours. There is a limited opportunity for events to occur outside regular hours. Availability is based on overwhelming need and the demonstrated inability for the event to occur during regular hours.
- After hour use is also possible for events reaching a large portion of the campus population that are sponsored for the express purpose of providing positive alternatives to unhealthy leisure pursuits.
- After hours use requires additional supervision and increased supervision cost.
- Gum, tobacco, and glass are not permitted in SRC facilities.
- Food and beverage is limited to juice bar/lobby area, the conference room, and, when the protective floor covering is in place, the Gymnasium and Solario de Fortaleza.
- Reservation request should include set-up time, event time, and take-down time.
- The sponsoring organization is responsible for the cost for damage and/or excessive clean up for facilities or equipment.
The goals of the SRC are to offer a broad range of recreational opportunities to meet the needs of the campus community, encourage physical wellbeing, promote interaction that develops a sense of community, emphasize safety, demonstrate service, and support the appropriate use of resources. Any conduct that interferes with these goals or detracts from the enjoyment of others is detrimental to the program and may result in disciplinary action. Any of the following examples of misconduct apply to participants and spectators of the organization involved.
- Vulgar, obscene, abusive, derogatory, suggestive, or demeaning comments or gestures.
- Threats, intimidation, or verbal aggression.
- Fighting or physical aggression.
- Being under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances.
- Failing to comply with requests from the SRC staff.
- Damaging equipment or facility.
- Disregarding facility regulations or other policies.
In addition to the Student Recreation Center Facility Request Form, all non-CSUB organizations must submit a CSUB Facilities Use Agreement form.