Aquatics

Aquatics

 

 

Fall 2018 Hours

Morning Hours:

Monday-Thursday 6:15am to 7:30am

Daytime Hours:

Monday- Friday 12pm to 7:30pm

Weekend Hours:

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: 5pm-9pm

Swimmers MUST enter through the north pool doors on Sunday.  

 


Upcoming Pool Closures


Swim Lessons


PSU Campus Recreation offers private swim lessons. Each Swim Lesson Package includes 6 lessons that last 30 minutes with the lessons being taught to the skill level of the participant. The lessons are taught by a Certified Swim Lesson Instructor. Pricing differs depending on your affiliation with PSU.

 Students:                                 $45
Faculty/Staff:                            $55
Community:                             $65

Please contact Aquatics @ 620-235-4914 with inquires.
 

 

Campus Recreation Water Classes


Campus Rec Pool Classes 

**Classes Start on Monday 8/27/18**

  • Tues & Thurs 5pm-5:30pm --- Water Aerobics
  • Aqua-phobia --- Contact Aquatics Coordinator for times

Deep Water Aerobics, Water Polo Wednesdays, and Aqua-Joggin' have been canceled for the remainder of the Fall 2018 Semester. 

These classes are not for credit and are free to all students, faculty, and staff. Please contact the Health, Human Performance, and Recreation Department to inquire about for credit classes  

Class Descriptions 

Deep Water Aerobics Class:

A deep water exercise class that aims to get participants to break a sweat. Aqua-belts are available and are encouraged.

Water Aerobics:

This class builds upon traditional water aerobics. The routine changes with every class to keep the participant actively involved.

Aqua-Joggin’:

*NEW* Aqua-Jog with a group and maybe make a new friend during this class. Aqua-Jogging is a high intensity low impact activity. You can aqua-jog anytime the pool is open.

Water Polo Wednesdays:

*NEW* Come to the pool Wednesday evenings for a fun game of Water Polo. Must sign up through IM Leagues. Contact the Aquatics Coordinator to be assigned to a team if needed. 

Aqua-phobia:

*NEW* Around 60% of all Americans have some fear of the water. This class meets weekly when the pool is closed to the public. The goal of the class is to get participants comfortable moving around in the water. This is a different approach to traditional adult swim lessons.

Weede Pool Rules


  1. All rules and requests made by lifesaving personnel must be followed.
  2. All pool users MUST shower before entering pool.
  3. All pool users MUST change in locker rooms.
  4. All pool users who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper.
  5. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  6. Children under the age of 12 must be actively accompanied by an adult.
  7. Children under the age of 4 must be within arm’s reach of an adult at all times.
  8. Swimmers must be in proper swim attire. Street clothes and shoes are not allowed in the water.
  9. No animals are allowed in the water.
  10. Persons suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be denied entry and/or asked to leave the premises.
  11. No food, beverages, smoking, or glass in the facility.
  12. Floatation devices (water wings, swim suits with floats, etc.) are not allowed unless U.S. Coast Guard approved. Toys, snorkels and masks are not allowed unless part of organized activity or approved by the Aquatics Coordinator. Lifejackets must be U.S. Coast Guard approved.
  13. All patrons must shower before entering the pool. Any person known or reasonably suspected to have a communicable disease, skin lesions, sore, open wound, or inflamed eyes reasonably believed to have been caused by a communicable disease; or mouth, nose, or ear discharge shall be restricted from using the pool.
  14. Spitting, spouting, or nose-blowing in the pool is strictly prohibited.
  15. Dangerous practices are prohibited. Patrons must not run on decks; climb, sit or jump from fences; dive in shallow water (less than 9 feet deep); dunk, push, pull or splash swimmers. Jumps are permitted feet first. Back jumps, twisting and flips are not permitted at any time.
  16. Diving in water less than nine (9) feet deep, back dives, and somersaults from the side of the pool or any other unsafe activities are not permitted.
  17. Do not engage the lifeguard in unnecessary conversation.
  18. No running or horseplay.
  19. No long breath holding.
  20. Emergency procedures must be observed. Swimmers must leave the pool area immediately upon the signal or request of Pool Staff.
  21. Foul or abusive language will not be tolerated.
  22. Management has the right to ask any patron to leave for noncompliance with the above rules.

 

Winter Break 2018


Winter Break hours will be posted in October
No Water Classes will be offered over Winter Break

Nathan Brungardt
Coordinator
Aquatics

Campus Recreation
Student Receration Center

(620) 235-4914

Contact Nathan