Aztec Lanes strives to provide members and guests a safe, welcoming and fun environment within our facility and programs. In an effort to support this goal:
- Members and guests are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with SDSU’s function as an educational institution. Please act courteously and respectfully toward others at all times.
- Use of obscenity, lewd, obscene or indecent behavior, insulting language, fighting, aggressive/threatening behavior, and swearing are prohibited. Harassment, taunting, bullying and/or hazing of other members or staff are prohibited.
- All activities inside any area within the facility shall be compatible with the designated purpose/design of the area.
- The use of any equipment that takes still or moving pictures, including video tape recorders, smart phones and movie cameras, is prohibited inside Aztec Lanes facility.
- Personal belongings (gym bag, book bag, back pack, purse, cell phones, tablets, laptops and/or other possessions) should be kept within your sight at all times. No items should be left unattended.
- Aztec Lanes is not responsible for stolen items. Members and guests are encouraged to contact University Police at 619-594-1991 to report stolen items.
- The current campus policy states that bicycles, skateboards, roller skates and similar personal wheeled conveyances may only be operated in designated locations. These items must remain outside. Lockable bike racks are available outside of the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union.
- Aztec Lanes facility and programs are drug, tobacco and narcotics free. Anyone possessing or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or another substance shall be asked to leave.
- Aztec Lanes reserves the right to change or amend these policies as deemed necessary for the safety and function of the facility, program or activity. Compliance with Aztec Lanes staff is expected at all times. Failure to comply with staff and interpreted policies may result in suspension or termination of membership. Aztec Lanes reserves the right to refuse service.