Misconduct & Ejection Policy

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If a participant or spectator in a Campus Recreation program or facility is ejected or suspended from any facility (indoor or outdoor), program, contest, or activity, he/she is immediately ineligible for the further access or competition in any Campus Recreation program or facility until he/she is cleared by the Assistant Director (or his/her designee) responsible for the program in which the misconduct and/or ejection occurred. Further, any participant or spectator who violates University of Nebraska-Lincoln and/or Campus Recreation policies or procedures may also be suspended until he/she is cleared by the Assistant Director (or his/her designee) responsible for the program in which the misconduct occurs. A non-exhaustive list of programs, activities, and individuals covered under the policy includes:

Challenge Course, Climbing Wall, Conference Users, Contract Groups, Facility Renters, Family & Youth Program, Fitness & Wellness Services, Indoor Cycling, Informal Recreation, Injury Prevention & Care, Instructional Programs , Intramural Sports, Message Therapy, Members & Employees, Outdoor Recreation, Personal Training, Programs for Students with disabilities, Guests, Special Events , Spectators, Sports Clubs , and Visitors & Tours.

It is the participant's responsibility to schedule an appointment with the appropriate Assistant Director to review his/her behavior and subsequent eligibility to participate in any Campus Recreation program or to utilize facilities. Participant suspensions are effective after the meeting with the Assistant Director or his/her designee (i.e., self-imposed penalties are not considered). Assistant Director decisions may be appealed to the appropriate Associate Director; however, suspensions remain in force during the appeal process. Appeal beyond the Associate Director may be made to the Director, and finally to the Campus Recreation Advisory Council.

Anyone who commits, incites, or aids others in committing any of the following acts of un sportsmanlike or misconduct shall be subjected to disciplinary procedures.

  1. Hitting, striking, or pushing a Campus Recreation employee (student or professional).
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs and/or facilities. Petition for reinstatement will be considered by the appropriate Associate Director after a minimum of one calendar year.
  2. Hitting, striking, or pushing another participant, spectator, user, member, or guest.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs and/or facilities. Petition for reinstatement will be considered by the appropriate Associate Director after a minimum of one calendar year.
  3. Threatening physical harm towards a Campus Recreation employee (student or professional), participant, user, member, guest, or spectator.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation facilities
    and/or programs for a minimum of one month.
  4. Verbally abusing a Campus Recreation employee (student or professional), participant, user, guest, or member.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs
    and/or facilities for a minimum of one week.
  5. Acting in a way which would cause equipment or facility damage (including
    spitting, snorting), and/or injury to a person.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs
    and/or facilities for a minimum of one week.
  6. Failing to cooperate and respond honestly to injuries or requests for assistance in identifying individuals who may be involved in incidents.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs
    and/or facilities for the individual and/or their team, club, or organization.
  7. Entering, using, or accessing any facility or program illegally such as using an assumed name or a University I. D. Card illegally/inappropriately.
    Disciplinary Action: Indefinite suspension from Campus Recreation programs
    and/or facilities for at least 7 days.
  8. Personal conduct situations that are not covered by other provisions not stated in the above items #1-7 will be dealt with in an appropriate manner by the Assistant or Associate Director. Any incident of un sportsmanlike or inappropriate behavior will be forwarded to Judicial Affairs and/or University Police for appropriate action.


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