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CONTACT INFORMATION

PROGRAM STAFF

Sport Clubs Office 123 Harvard St SE Suite 278A Minneapolis, MN 55455

Program Director Jessica Couillard jnc@umn.edu 612-625-2083

Office Hours Monday—Friday 9:00am—4:00pm

Program Coordinator Mikayla Miller mill3998@umn.edu 612-626-8014 General Information sportclb@umn.edu 612-626-8017


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Welcome, Program & Membership Information

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Important University & Program Policies

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Officer Responsibilities

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Emergency Contacts

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Insurance & Equipment Information

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General Facility Use

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Participation Waivers, First Aid & CPR Certification Info

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University Recreation and Wellness Emergency Action Plans (EAPs)

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Program Forms—How To

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Fines & Penalties

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Helpful Resources

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Welcome! Welcome to the 2017—2018 school year, everyone! We are looking forward to another great school year with you and your club, and can’t wait to see what great things you will do. All important Sport Clubs Program policies and procedures (specific to your officer role) are outlined in this Guidebook for you. Goals for this guidebook include:  Develop an essential resource guide for new and veteran Sport Clubs officers  Simplify University and Program policies and procedures  Clearly define the Sport Clubs Program, University Recreation and Wellness, and University expectations Please don’t hesitate to contact us or schedule a time to stop in with any questions.

SPORT CLUBS CONTACT INFORMATION Updated contact information for the 2017—2018 school year is listed below: Sport Clubs Office 123 Harvard St SE Suite 278A Minneapolis, MN 55455 Office Hours (Follows University academic and holiday schedules) Monday—Friday 9:00am—4:00pm Program Director Jessica Couillard jnc@umn.edu 612-625-2083 Program Coordinator Mikayla Miller mill3998@umn.edu 612-626-8014 General Information sportclb@umn.edu 612-626-8017

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PROGRAM INFORMATION University Recreation and Wellness Mission Our mission is to serve all students and the greater University community by enriching the campus experience and encouraging lifelong wellbeing. We are driven to develop leaders, foster supportive relationships, and inspire active living through recreation and wellness. Sport Clubs Program Mission Embodying the ideals of the University of Minnesota and University Recreation and Wellness, the mission of the Sport Clubs Program is to develop students through competition, instruction, financial responsibility, and general administration of their sport clubs. The goal of the Sport Clubs Program is to create a safe and fun environment that encourages:      

Positive University of Minnesota experiences Character development through athlete commitment and excellence Physical, social, and leadership development Cultivation of friendships Recreational and competitive opportunities, regardless of skill level Lifetime appreciation for sport and physical activity

Sport Clubs Program Benefits 1. Potential Allocation With your status as a Campus Life Program (CLP) at the University, under the direction of University Recreation and Wellness, each club is eligible for an annual allocation. This amount varies from club to club each year. 2. Practice and Special Event Facility Space Each club in our Program is eligible to receive free practice and (limited) special event facility space. This benefit saves each club thousands of dollars each year. 3. Leadership Opportunities Participation as a club officer gives you the unique opportunity to lead a group of your peers and use sport as a vehicle to make positive change on and off campus. Something great to include on your resume! 4. Advising by Knowledgeable Staff Our Program has two full-time staff, and three student staff members dedicated to supporting and managing all club operations. As your campus liaisons, we are here to help!

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The BIG Picture—How Does the Sport Clubs Program Fit In Here On Campus? All 27 clubs in our Program are classified as Campus Life Programs here on campus, under the Student Unions and Activities umbrella. Managed by our department, University Recreation and Wellness, these programs are responsible for managing all club operations. Here are a couple of graphics to help paint a clear picture of how our Program fits in here on campus:

2017—2018 SPORT CLUBS PROGRAM MEMBERS

Aikido

Judo

Shotokan Karate

Ultimate, M.

Ballroom Dance

Lacrosse, W.

Soccer, M.

Ultimate, W.

Crew

Nordic Ski

Soccer, W.

Vo Lam Kung Fu

Cycling

Rugby, M.

Synchro.

Volleyball, M.

Fencing

Rugby, W.

Tae Kwon Do

Volleyball, W.

Hockey, W.

Sail Race

Tennis

Water Polo

Handball

Racquetball

Squash

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Sport Clubs Advisory Council The Sport Clubs Advisory Council (SCAC) is the advising board for the Sport Clubs Program. The SCAC is a valuable entity to the Sport Clubs Program because it is comprised of representatives from Sport Clubs teams who contribute their perspectives, experiences, and advice to enrich Sport Clubs for everyone. The SCAC encourages members to experience a range of responsibilities and leadership challenges. The SCAC also serves as a lobbying group for the individual sport clubs. Members of the SCAC must work hard, as it takes dedication, involvement, and a considerable amount of time to successfully fulfill the duties of the SCAC.

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Attend required meetings with Sport Clubs Program staff Provide feedback on new initiatives and ideas Understand Sport Clubs Program policies and guidelines Attend Budget Hearings after thoroughly reviewing club budgets Assist with developing new criteria for the allocation process. Review the allocation requests and make recommendations to the Program Director, prior to allocation distribution Make recommendations to the Sport Clubs Program on the admission, suspension, expulsion, and status of all new and current sport clubs

Membership Information SCAC membership should consist of at least six full time, degree seeking students, who:  Are current members of clubs who are in good standing with the Sport Clubs Program  Have been club officers for at least one full semester prior to serving as an officer  Can attend all scheduled monthly meetings. Failure to attend two meetings will terminate the individuals membership  Is willing to dedicate time and effort into the budget allocation process  Understands and upholds University policy and guidelines  Is in good standing with their club  Has been asked by the Sport Clubs Program staff to serve on the SCAC or nominated by another club official to serve  Is not in the same club as another SCAC representative  Has not served on the SCAC for two years previously

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SCAC members are actively involved in the club budget and allocation request process SCAC members are responsible for gathering all information relative to the clubs budgets and make an official allocation recommendation to the Sport Clubs Program staff for their consideration SCAC members are expected to commit additional time to this process, as club allocations rely highly on the SCAC’s recommendations. This entire process occurs during the spring semester.

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SCAC meetings will be organized and headed by the Sport Clubs Program staff and last approximately one hour. Members are expected to attend all meetings. Special circumstances, such as budget reviews, hearings, and allocation recommendations may require additional meetings. A minimum of five days notice will be given to SCAC members.

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Involvement and input can leave a “mark” on the program and benefit over 1,200 club participants Interaction with other sport club officers Develop a better understanding for the Sport Clubs Program and the University Be actively involved in allocation decision-making Direct input on policy decisions It looks great on a resume!

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Program Eligibility Each club in our Program must meet the basic eligibility requirements listed below. Failure to meet and/or maintain these minimum requirements may result in disciplinary action at the discretion of the Sport Clubs Program Staff. Have questions about your club’s eligibility? Contact the Sport Clubs Program Director.

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PROGRAM INFORMATION (CONT’D) Membership Information Sport Club officers are responsible for managing all club membership, including club coaches. NEW! Important Note: Effective Sept. 1, 2017, University Recreation and Wellness will discontinue 'Affiliate’ memberships for non- student sport club participants and offer University Recreation and Wellness memberships in its place. Instead of the limited facility access affiliate passes provided, membership allows for full participation in the facilities and programs offered at RecWell. Sport Clubs will have the ability to 'sponsor' or 'approve' as many memberships as the individual club deems reasonable, within the guidelines of Sport Clubs program policy. Sport Clubs will continue to receive two free memberships for hired Sport Club coaches.

Clubs will be eligible to receive two complimentary URW memberships, only to be awarded to club coaches/instructors, in place of the old ‘two free Affiliate Cards’ used in the past. These can be requested by filling out the ‘(SCO Supported) URWC Membership Request Form,’ and should be filled out at least one week (5 businessdays) in advance of a coach/instructors participation in club activities. To determine a member’s eligibility for participation, please see the chart and ‘Next Steps’ List on the next page:

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(Membership Information (cont’d)) ‘Next Steps’ List #1: The prospective member is a full-time University Student that has not elected to pay Student Services Fees. They have two choices here— 1. Elect to pay Student Service Fees, and receive a complimentary URWC membership which would make them eligible for participation with your club. Contact MyU for more details. 2. Purchase a URWC membership by visiting the University Recreation and Wellness Center front desk. Visit http://recwell.umn.edu/member-services/membership for membership prices and details. #2: The prospective member is a NOT University Alumni, Faculty/Staff, or Retiree. They should follow the steps below: 1. Contact YOU as a club officer to submit an ‘(SCO Supported) URWC Membership Request Form’ on their behalf. SUBMISSIONS FROM NON-CLUB OFFICERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 2. After the form is submitted, they (and you) will receive next-step instructions from a member of the University Recreation and Wellness Membership team. Once the membership is purchased, they can participate in club activities. #3: The prospective member is a University Alumni, Faculty/Staff, or Retiree, and does NOT have a current URWC membership. They should follow the steps below: 1. Purchase a URWC membership by visiting the University Recreation and Wellness Center front desk. Visit http://recwell.umn.edu/member-services/membership for membership prices and details.

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(Membership Information (cont’d)) Academic Eligibility Each club member in our Program must meet the basic Sport Clubs Program member Academic Eligibility standards listed below. Failure to meet and/or maintain these minimum requirements may affect your eligibility to participate with any club, and may result in disciplinary action at the discretion of the Sport Clubs Program Staff. Most clubs in our Program will be required to submit Academic Eligibility Paperwork with their local, regional, and/or sport’s National Governing Body (NGB). It is the responsibility of the club to stay abreast of these requirements. HAVE PAPERWORK THAT NEEDS CERTIFICATION FROM YOUR CLUB SPORTS REPRESENTATIVE OR UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR? Bring that paperwork into our office, and we will help you work through steps for certification/approval—we are your authorized University signers. NO clubs are allowed to submit this paperwork directly to the University Registrar— Clubs are not authorized to sign this paperwork on behalf of the University. Have questions about any club member’s academic eligibility? Contact the Sport Clubs Program Director.

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Important University & Program Policies Please carefully review the important University and Program policies listed below. Questions? Email the Sport Clubs Program Director. IT IS EACH CLUB OFFICER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL CLUB MEMBERS ARE AWARE OF THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLY. University of Minnesota Student Conduct Code Club officers and members are required to comply with the University’s Code of Conduct. As such, any non compliance will result in removal from the Sport Clubs Program and automatically revoke the clubs student group status with SUA. To read in full, research the following on the U of M Website: http://www1.umn.edu/regents/policies/academic/Student_Conduct_Code.pdf STUDENT CONDUCT CODE Adopted: July 10, 1970 Amended: December 13, 1974; March 11, 1994; June 13, 2003; December 8, 2006; October 12, 2012; June 10, 2016 Technical Change: July 8, 2015 Supersedes: (see end of policy) Sport Clubs Program Code of Conduct Club officers and members are required to comply with the Sport Clubs’ Code of Conduct. As such, any non compliance will result in removal from the Sport Clubs Program and automatically revoke the clubs student group status with SUA. The Sport Clubs Program aims to provide recreational activities for members of the University community. These activities should be conducted in a manner that represents the best interest of the University, while minimizing risk, ensuring participant safety, and maintaining quality facilities and equipment. Any conduct that interferes with these goals will result in disciplinary action for individuals and/or clubs involved. Examples of Code of Conduct violations can include, but are not limited to, the following categories: Behavior—Disregarding the Sport Clubs Program policies about drugs, alcohol, and behavior  Consume or in possession of alcohol or illegal drugs while serving as a representative of the club and institution (club travel, practice, meetings, etc).  Strike, or attempt to strike, an opposing player beyond the realm of the sport.  Intentionally engage in or incite participants and/or spectators to engage in abusive or violent behavior – verbal or physical.  Use obscene gestures, profanity, or disrespectful language.  Purposefully insult, disrespect, or threaten any participant, official, staff, spectator, or other to any extent while representing the University, Department of Recreational Sports, Sport Clubs Program, or the individual club. Staff/Participant Safety—Jeopardizing the health and wellbeing of staff and other participants.  Vulgar, obscene, abusive, derogatory, or demeaning comments or gestures.  Threats, intimidation, or verbal aggression. 11


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Initiating acts of physical aggression. Fighting (punches thrown). Failure to complete incident or accident report form. Failure to comply with requests from Recreational Sports Staff. Being under the influence of alcohol/illegal substances. Failure to return checkout equipment or keys in prescribed time. Destroying or defacing any property. Failure to properly maintain any University equipment or field space. Failure to cancel practice or competition due to ground saturation, weather conditions, or other field conditions.

Financial Infractions—Inappropriately using or managing club money.  Unauthorized expenditures  Unauthorized accounts  Negative account balances Travel Infractions—In appropriate behavior while on club/University business.  Inappropriate use of rental vehicles  Inappropriate use of hotel/motel rooms  Inappropriate travel  Consume or in possession of alcohol or illegal drugs while traveling for club/University business. Any of the following sanctions may occur as a result of participant or club misconduct: Suspension of Sport Clubs privileges for one day (or the remainder of the day), one semester, the academic year, or indefinitely.  Suspension of specific University Recreation and Wellness Center program privileges for a period of time as outlined above, while retaining Recreation Center privileges.  Responsible for paying for repair or replacement of lost or damaged equipment or property.  Notification and referral of case to University Police, Campus Student Relations and Judicial Affairs, and the SAO.  Hold on ALL financial accounts.  Community service by individuals or the entire club.  Removal from the Sport Clubs Program.

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Sport Clubs Membership Oath The language below is included in the Participation Waiver all club members are required to sign. Read through this carefully: I wish to become a member of a sport club and to participate in sport club activities at the University. As a member of the Sport Club Program, I pledge to adhere to all of the guidelines, policies and procedures set forth by the governing bodies of the Sport Club Program, including University Institutional Policies, University Recreation and Wellness policies, and National Governing Bodies and the Sport Club Council policies. I verify that I have read, understand and accept the information below while paying specific attention to the following: 

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I understand that I must be at least 18 years of age (or a registered student paying student services fees) to become a member of a sport club or participate in any sport club sponsored event. I understand that I will be held personally accountable for any expense I approve or incur for personal or unapproved club related activities. I understand and accept all policies related to vehicle rental including: all drivers must be 19 years of age with a valid driver’s license, only current sport club members and their coaches may be transported in any University vehicle, and no guests are allowed to travel in any University vehicle. I understand that all donations, sponsorship negotiations and contracts must be negotiated in conjunction with the Sport Club Office, Sport Club Council and University Recreation and Wellness. Furthermore, I understand that any and all equipment purchased or donated to the Sport Club Program or an individual sport club remains property of University Recreation and Wellness and not of the individual sport club or its members. I understand that violation of any policy and/or procedure outlined in the Sport Club Handbook may be grounds for immediate dismissal as a member of the Sport Club Program, and that additional University institutional action may be taken. I understand that I am a member of a Campus Life Program, and as such, I am representing the University during or while traveling to practices, competitions and other special events for club business. Therefore, my behavior will be governed by the Sport Club Handbook, University Recreation and Wellness, and Sport Clubs staff policies, other University policies, and the Student Conduct Code.

University of Minnesota Hazing Policy Hazing by any member of the University community is prohibited by the University of Minnesota Student Conduct Code and MN State Statute 121A.69 . Hazing is prohibited whenever it occurs on University premises or in connection with any University affiliated group or activity. Individuals who violate the Student Conduct Code’s section on Hazing may be placed on disciplinary probation, suspended from a team or student group, or dismissed from the University. Students may also be subject to criminal liability for violating the Minnesota State Statute. Student Groups found to be conducting hazing as part of practice may lose University privileges, be placed on probation, suspended, or dismissed from the University. To read in full, research the following on the U of M Website: University of Minnesota Board of Regents Policy: Student Conduct Code, Section V, Subd. 14. Adopted: July 10, 1970; Amended: December 13, 1974; March 11, 1994; June 13, 2003; December 8, 2006 13


OFFICER RESPONSIBILITIES (Safety Facility Coordinator) As a member of a Sport Clubs officer group, you are responsible for upholding University, University Recreation and Wellness, and Sport Clubs Program policies and procedures. Each club in our program must fill each of the four required officer positions:    

President Treasurer Travel Coordinator Safety & Facilities Coordinator

Positions commonly added to this list (but not required by our program) for some of our clubs include:    

Vice President Fundraising Coordinator Social Media Coordinator Alumni Representative

Each officer position has its’ own main responsibilities, as defined by our Program. Club Safety & Facility Coordinators are primarily responsible for:            

Understand, distribute, collect, and deliver club participation waivers to the Sport Clubs office. Request special event, meeting, recruiting, and practice space. Manage the club first aid kit and club key list. Request Affiliate cards for nonpaying student service fee individuals Must be CPR and First Aid certified. Track CPR/First Aid certifications of club members and verify that at least two CPR/First Aid certified club members are present at each practice. Provide proof of certification for at least 3 people on the team (coach or athlete) that is CPR and 1st Aid certified Understand Emergency Action Plans for ALL facilities. Carry emergency contact list at all times when traveling. Carry, complete, and submit Injury, Incident and Accident and FLEET Accident Report forms to the Sport Clubs office when appropriate. Determine when the club should leave a facility/field based on weather, field conditions, and schedule conflicts. Understand and communicate the University of Minnesota Code of Conduct to all members.

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Safety & Facility Important Information EMERGENCY CONTACTS Please call down the list in order. If there is no answer leave a detailed message with a contact number. Mikayla Miller (c) 651.307-5944 (w) 612.626.8014 Jessica Novotny (c) 612.799.6790 (w) 612.625.2083 Tony Brown (c) 612-490-3112 (w) 612.625.5856 In case of a fleet services vehicle mechanical or maintenance problem, please contact: Fleet Maintenance (w) 612.625.7817 (c) 612.280.1674

Emergency Procedures 1. Basic Assessment of Problem. If injury related, call 911 and then call the Sport Clubs Staff. 2. For disabled vehicles,  Call 1-800-987-6591, number is on the back of the Voyager card, for emergency/mechanical assistance.  If additional assistance is needed, contact the Sport Clubs Staff.  Make arrangements with Sport Club Program staff for:  Overnight accommodations  Alternate transportation home 3. For non-disabled vehicles  Take vehicle in for inspection at nearest auto repair facility.  Call the Sport Clubs Staff with an update. 4. Payment of services determined by Sport Club Program staff.

INSURANCE & EQUIPMENT General Liability Insurance This insurance, which includes coverage for employees, students of the health professions, student teachers, and students while they are acting within the scope of their duties, is provided through RUMINCO LTD., a captive insurance company wholly owned by the Regents of the University of Minnesota. Essentially this means that all liability claims and related expenses are provided for with University funds. General Liability pays for legally liable damages (brought about by facility defects) causing: 

Bodily Injury or Property Damage

Certificate of Insurance Clubs may have to provide proof that they are covered by a general liability insurance policy. This proof can be provided through a certificate of insurance. Clubs can request this certificate of insurance from the Sport Clubs Program staff. It will take two weeks to obtain the certificate. When requesting a certificate, the following information will need to be provided to the Sport Clubs Program staff:  Name and address of the organization, group or business requiring the certificate.  Type of insurance and limits required (a copy of the insurance portion of the agreement needs to be submitted to Sport Clubs Office).  Type of activity the club will be involved in. 15


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Date of the event. Club member contact information. Organization, group, or business contact information.

Insurance Deductibles The University, Department of Recreational Sports and the Sport Clubs Program will not be responsible for insurance deductibles incurred by individual club members or individual sport clubs actions. These deductibles will need to be paid in full by the individual or the club. Personal Health Insurance Individuals involved and associated with the Sport Clubs Program must provide their own personal health care insurance. Vehicle Insurance- Personal Vehicle When clubs choose to use their own personal vehicles on University business, the owners should be aware that the owner's liability insurance, not the University's will be the primary insurance if an accident occurs. The University does not provide physical damage insurance (comprehensive or collision) on vehicles it does not own. Property Insurance  Club equipment that is considered valuable to the club or the University should be covered under a property insurance policy. It is the responsibility of the club to purchase the insurance policy, but it must first be approved by the Sport Clubs Program staff.  Personal property is entirely the responsibility of the owner of the item. Vehicle Insurance- University Owned Vehicle Damage to University vehicles, either rented from the Sport Clubs Program or Fleet Services, will be covered by the University of Minnesota’s insurance policy in most situations. Liability coverage, for the vehicle or property hit, is full coverage. The individual or the club responsible for the damage will be required to pay for the damage deductible. This deductible is $500 per incident if an authorized driver is driving. This deductible can increase to up to $10,000 when an unauthorized driver is behind the wheel. Equipment Liability, Maintenance, and Storage Club equipment is defined as items the club owns with the intent to be utilized during club practice, competition, or events. This can include major machinery, balls, goals, uniforms, boats, disks, etc. ALL Club officers are responsible for equipment purchasing decisions, for arranging purchases and maintenance, and for managing how the equipment is used. All club equipment is considered property of the University of Minnesota. If a club dissolves, its equipment becomes property of the University, not of the individual club members. The sale or disposal of any equipment must be approved by the Sport Clubs Program Director. Maintenance It is the clubs responsibility to maintain all club equipment. 16


Service and supplies needed to maintain the club equipment can be paid for with club funds, once approved by the Sport Clubs staff. Storage  Each piece of equipment must have an approved storage area for both in-season and off-season.  Storage facilities can be rented with club funds.  Minimal storage is available through the Sport Clubs Office. Contact the staff for availability.

GENERAL FACILITY USE University Recreation and Wellness provides numerous facility options for sport club use. Access to these facilities is a privilege associated to the clubs affiliation with the Sport Clubs Program. Misuse of any facility or field space by the club or their guests will not be tolerated. Club officers should inform all club members, coaches/instructors, and guests of its responsibility to maintain the facilities. Clubs are also responsible for the safety and welfare of the club members, coaches/instructors, and guests. Facility Maintenance  Clubs should notify on-duty facility supervisors or the Sport Clubs Program staff of any maintenance needs or requirements of any on-campus facility.  Clubs will be charged for any excessive damage that occurs during their use. On-site Supervisor  Request the assistance of an onsite supervisor if there is a problem with the way a facility is set-up, someone using the reserved space, or maintenance issues.  The onsite supervisor has the final authority in all situations. Feel free to write an incident report and return it to the Sport Clubs Program staff should the need arise.  When there is no supervisor present, club officers are considered the site supervisor. Fieldhouse Use  The Fieldhouse is utilized by a variety of users, each requiring a different set-up.  Following each use, the Fieldhouse needs to be placed back into the standard set-up.  Clubs can consult the facility supervisor for clarification on standard set-up.  If there is equipment in the way of practice on a regular basis, fill out an incident report form and return it to the Sport Clubs Office.  Equipment that is in the Fieldhouse space that is not the property of the club should not be used in any manner, unless approved by the facility supervisor. Facility Entry Procedures  All club members must have an active University Recreation and Wellness Center membership to access any University Recreation and Wellness Facility.  Do not misuse elevator keys or prop open doors not meant to be held open. This is not acceptable. Conflicts in Schedule In the instance that another group is scheduled for the same time as your club’s practice, simply contact a facility supervisor and ask to see if there are any other accommodations available at that time.

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If a supervisor is not available, try and accommodate the other group for the time being. After practice, complete an incident report form with all of the details, including contact information of the other group and the name of the facility supervisor. Turn this in immediately the next day so the program staff has time before the next practice to see that other arrangements are made for the group.

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Club guests may consist of family and friends who are interested in watching their student practice or prospective club members who have not yet decided if they want to join. Clubs can put their guests on a Sport Clubs pass list and must submit a request to the Sport Clubs Program Office via email at least one week in advance. The guest will need to present their photo ID to the attendant for admission.

Facility Keys (if applicable)  Keys checked out to club members (the key holder) are the sole responsibility of this individual.  Keys can be checked out through the Sport Clubs Program office, at the beginning of the school year and must be returned before the end of the spring semester.  Key holders will also be responsible for lock or key replacement, or any other damages.  Key holders are responsible for checking that all doors are locked once the club leaves the facility.  Keep in mind all clubs may not have keys. Practice Requests  Practice facility requests are submitted to clubs on a semester basis, as listed on the Sport Clubs Log Board.  For best results, clubs should try and stick to the previous year’s practice schedule. Changes can be requested, but can not guaranteed.  Outdoor clubs can request indoor practice facilities for the winter months.  Clubs can request up to eight (8) hours of practice time per week. Exceptions will be made on a case by case basis at the discretion of the Sport Clubs Program staff and must be approved each year.  Practices may be scheduled when facilities are normally closed. Practice Changes  Clubs must notify the Sport Clubs Program staff in the instance the club is canceling or making changes to a specific practice within 48 hours of the practice starting.  Additional practice time may take longer to get approval. These requests should also be submitted to the Sport Clubs Program staff during the practice facility request process.

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All Sport Clubs participants MUST have a current Participation Waiver on file to be considered eligible for participation with any Sport Club. Participation waivers can be filled out on-line via the Sport Clubs website, or in paper form in our office. There are student and non student versions of this form—please fill out the appropriate copy. Club Tryouts– Request a Special Event Waiver (one page) for tryouts via email (sportclb@umn.edu) or in person AT LEAST one week in advance of the try-out date. Club officers should ensure that members read the waiver thoroughly before signing and that each waiver is filled out completely. Incomplete forms WILL NOT be processed and will be returned to your club mailbox. Club members who do not pay the student service fees must provide their insurance information before participating.

CPR & FIRST AID CERTIFICATIONS & FIRST AID KITS CPR & First Aid Certifications  All clubs must have at least 3 individuals with both CPR and 1st Aid certifications throughout the entirety of the school year. At least two of these individuals must be present at club practices and events. Clubs that have two teams/squads should have 3 members certified for each team.  These certifications must be documented the Sport Clubs Office before the club can begin practice in the fall.  CPR and First Aid Class are offered, free of charge to club members and coaches through the University Recreation and Wellness. Email the Sport Clubs Office to request instructions on how to sign up.  The Safety & Facilities Coordinator must be certified in CPR and First Aid. *Cancellations Individuals who contact the Sport Club Program Staff to cancel their spot in a certification class with at least 48 hours notice will incur no penalty fee. Those who cancel their spot with at least 24 hours notice will be assessed a penalty fee of $20. Those who cancel with less than 24 hours notice, or are a “no-show” will be charged $40, or the full class fee.

First Aid Kits  The Safety/Facility Officer must pick up their first aid kit from the Sport Clubs Office once they receive authorization to begin practice.  These kits must be at all club functions and should be fully stocked at all times.  Clubs can request kit supplies by bringing their kit into the office. Use the guide attached to the top of the kit to determine what medical supplies are missing.  Supplies in the first aid kit should be used for club purposes ONLY.  The tape that is supplied in the first aid kit is for first aid use only, not to tape ankles, wrists, etc. If clubs need tape for injury prevention or treatment they must purchase the tape themselves or with club funds.

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ACCIDENT & INCIDENT REPORTING In the instance of an emergency the following guidelines should be followed when reporting. 1. Be clear and concise in your reports. 2. Be objective in your report. Do not imply fault. Stick to the facts. No personal assumptions should be reported. 3. Use witnesses if at all possible. Name, address, and phone #. 4. Always fill out and submit report to Sport Clubs Program Office immediately after an accident or incident. If you are away on travel, call the Sport Clubs Program staff and arrange a time to turn it in. 5. In the instance the situation is serious; do not communicate any information about the situation to anyone until you have contacted the Sport Clubs Program Director. 6. If there is any doubt in your mind whether a report is necessary, FILL IT OUT! Fleet Accident Report Vehicle accident reports must be completed after any damage to a University vehicle has been noticed. This includes:  Major damages (dents)  Minor damages (cracked window, minor scratches, fabric stains/tears, broken tail light, etc.)  This form must be filled out online at www.umn.edu/fleetsrv/. The individual who was driving the vehicle should be the one to complete this form. This form must be completed within 2 days from the time of the accident. *If no report is filled out, the club may be liable for all expenses related to the accident. Accident/Injury Report A personal injury/accident report form must be completed when:  

A club participant, spectator, or coach is injured and requires treatment for an injury that occurred during club time. Someone is injured during an event the club is hosting.

Club officers must carry these forms with them to all club activities and they should be completed immediately following the injury. These forms must be turned in to the Sport Clubs Office the next business day. Incident Report An incident can be defined as any event, activity or action that causes a disruption to normal club activity or business. This can include:    

Minor and major arguments or disagreements. Physical contact beyond the realm of the sport. Facility reservations that were booked for club time. Facility members using club space during club time.

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University Recreation and Wellness EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN (EAP)

*DO NOT under any circumstance talk to the press/media; refer them to the Sport Clubs Program Director. EAP: Campus Facilities The following pages will give information about the Emergency Action Plans for all the indoor and outdoor facilities on campus. Safety/Facility Coordinators are responsible for having a basic knowledge of the EAP for the location their club practices at. Information included for each will be:  Phone location  First aid kit location  AED location  Fire exit  Severe weather safety area  Location of fire extinguishers

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EAP: COOKE HALL & ROOM 308 The emergency phone is located in Gym 325 on the east wall. A sign is located near the phone, which provides specific information and directions to Cooke Hall. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

Signs are located near the phones, which provide specific information and directions to Cooke Hall. This information is provided for the caller in case of an emergency.

The closest first aid kit is located in Room 307 or at the information desk at the front of the Recreation Center.

An Automated External Defibrillator is located across the skyway on the west wall between the north and south gyms in the University Recreation and Wellness Center.

In case of a fire, leave the gym via the emergency exit located at the west end of Cooke Gym. Follow the stairs down to the exit door and exit onto Union Street. Alternate: If main emergency exit is blocked, go to either stairwell and proceed out through the lobby of Cooke Hall.

In the event of severe weather, proceed to the basement. Seek shelter in the dry corridor of the Recreation Center. Stay away from the Recreation Center atrium.

Fire extinguishers are located outside the main entrances on the top of this flight of stairs. There are five pull boxes, two are located near each fire extinguisher outside the main

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trances, two are located on the wall near the emergency exit on the west side of the gymnasium, and one is located in room 308 on the west wall near the entrance.

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EAP: MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS 1-5 Emergency phones are located near the elevator by the Administrative area in the NW corner.

A sign is located near the phone which provides specific information and directions to the Recreation and Wellness Center. This information is provided for the caller in case of an emergency.

There is a first aid kit near the elevator by the Administrative area in the NW corner.

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is located near the elevator by the Administrative area in the NW corner.

In case of a fire, exit using the NE stairwell emergency exit or the South stairwell one flight and out the front entrance. The stairwell near the Administrative offices next to the elevator in the NW corner may also be used.

In the event of severe weather, go down to the basement level of the Recreation & Wellness Center and proceed to the West corridor past the locker rooms.

Fire extinguishers are located in the storage closets for MP 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 as well as the storage off the corridor just North of MP 1.

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EAP: FIELDHOUSE An emergency phone is located on the south wall near the main entrance to the building.

A sign is located near the phone, which provides specific information and directions to the Fieldhouse. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

A first aid kit is located inside the Recreational Sports cabinet near the main entrance from the Recreation Center. (see map on next page).

An Automated External Defibrillator is located on the east wall adjacent to the first aid kit.

In case of fire, exit the building through the emergency door located on both the north and south sides of the Fieldhouse.

In the event of severe weather, go into the Dry Corridor of the Recreation Center. Exit out the Fieldhouse through the SE exit doors to the Dry Corridor.

Fire extinguishers are located around the perimeter of the building, near exits and always visibly marked with red paint. Fire pull boxes are not located in this building. The emergency entrance for the Fieldhouse is the garage door on the north side of the Fieldhouse on University Avenue (entrance “B� on the emergency entrances map in the index).

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EAP: AQUATIC CENTER There are red emergency phones located around the deck. There is one outside of the Lifeguard Office, one outside of the Meet Management Suite, and one outside of the Pool Operators Office.

Signs are located near the phones, which provide specific information and directions to the Aquatic Center. This information is provided for the caller in case of an emergency.

The first aid kits are located on each lifeguard stand, in the Meet Management Suite, and the Lifeguard Office.

An Automated External Defibrillator is located outside of the Lifeguard Office beneath the Emergency Phone.

In case of a fire, direct people out the east doors (back). Alternate: Direct people to the West End stairwells and out the landing doors on either the north or south side.

In the event of severe weather, go to the wet corridor of the Recreation Center.

There are seven fire extinguishers located in this building, one located near each corner exit and one near the meet management suite. The other two are located on the south wall, one near the Pool Operators Office and the other near the custodial room. There are four additional fire extinguishers located on the concourse level of permanent bleachers. There are two fire extinguishers on the north side and two on the south side. There are six pull boxes located in this building. One is located near each corner exit. The other two are located on the walls on either end of the permanent bulkhead. Four additional pull boxes are located at each end of the north and south concourse.

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EAP: COOKE POOLS 10 & 15 There is an emergency phone located by the main doors of each pool.

A sign is located near the phone, which provides specific information and directions to Cooke Hall Pool 10. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency

First aid kits are located near the lifeguard chair in Pool 10 and 15.

An Automated External Defibrillator is located on the west wall between Cooke Pools 10&15.

In case of a fire in: Cooke 15 -exit through emergency door in Cooke 10. Cooke 10 - leave the pool area via the emergency exit door. Alternate: leave the pool areas through the Wet Corridor of the Recreation Center and use emergency exit door in Wet Corridor. If in Cooke 15, exit upper level bleachers via emergency exit on the south side. For a chlorine leak, exit via the Alternate Route. DO NOT GO OUT THE EMERGENCY FIRE DOOR. Walk into the wind.

In the event of severe weather, go into the Wet Corridor.

Fire extinguishers are located in the West Corridor . Fire pull boxes are located in: Cooke 10 - Near the emergency exit. Cooke 15 - In the upper corridor behind the bleachers on the north and south end. The primary emergency entrance is located in Cooke 10 and is marked with a Red Cross on the door. This is the emergency entrance/exit for both Cooke Hall Pools 10 and 15. The emergency entrance for Cooke Hall Pools 10 and 15 is the fire escape located in the

Southwest Corner of

Cooke Hall on Union Street (entrance “A� on emergency entrances map in Index).

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EAP: ST. PAUL GYM

Phones for emergency use are located: Main Entrance Front Desk Pool Office & Deck Room #9, Lower level manager’s office Room #104, Recreational Sports Administrative Offices North event entrance vestibule area

First Aid Kits are located: Front Desk Equipment Room Supervisor Waist Packs Pool Office Lifeguard Stand Climbing Wall (storage cart)

An Automated External Defibrillator is located on the wall across from the front desk by the brochure racks.

In case of fire, use emergency exits on the East and West sides of the building, north side of pool, main entrance, north event entrance and north wall of gymnasium 125.

In the event of severe weather go into the locker rooms on the lower level. (See Tornado Warning procedures)

13 fire extinguishers and 16 fire pull boxes are located throughout the building. Please look on the maps for specific locations.

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EAP: BIERMAN GYM

There is an emergency phone in the lobby of Bierman Field Athletic Building.

A sign is located near the phone, which provides specific information and directions to the Bierman Building. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

The first aid kit is located in Room 101, the service room for the gym.

In case of fire, exit the building via back emergency exit to the east and proceed up the ramp.

In the event of severe weather, go into the corridor.

Fire extinguishers are located in the corridor near room 125. Fire pull boxes are located near the west exits of the gym.

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EAP: MARIUCCI ARENA

There is an emergency phone in the Ice Rink Office located in the south hallway next to the vending machine.

A sign is located near the phone, which provides specific information and directions to the Mariucci Arena. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

The first aid kit is located in the Ice Rink Skate Rental Office and in the Zambonie driver’s office.

In case of fire, go out the nearest fire exit, around the perimeter of the building which are clearly marked. Alternate: Any other fire exit.

In the event of severe weather, leave the rink and bleacher area and go to: good corridors around the rink or best locker room area below the rink stairwell located along main entrance to the rink (south side of building).

In the event of an Anhydrous Ammonia leak, leave the building and go up wind (with the wind in your face). DO NOT go down stairs into the locker room area.

Fire extinguishers are located throughout the building. Fire pull boxes are NOT located in this building.

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EAP: PLAYING FIELDS (Student Rec. Sports Dome/Field) An emergency phone is located in the Turf field support building.

A sign is located near the phone which provides specific information and directions to the Student Recreational Sports Field/Dome at 1720 8th Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

The first aid kit and AED is located in the support building.

In case of fire, leave the area in a direction away from the fire. If it is safe to pull the

handle

on the manual alarm box do so on your way out. The Fire Marshall has set the maximum occupant load at 300.

There is a fire extinguisher in the support building.

In the event of a tornado warning or severe weather during regular business hours, go into the basement of the Bierman Field Athletic Building. The weekend and evening supervisor of the BFAB may be contacted to coordinate that building access and their cell # is (612) 369-4669. If there is not time to get to shelter then lay flat in the lowest possible area. In case of a tornado do not use the clubhouse or a car as shelter.

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EAP: WEST BANK FIELDS

The emergency phone is located in the Intramural office, within the West Bank Clubhouse.

A sign is located near the phone which provides specific information and directions to the West Bank Fields. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

The First Aid kit is located in the Intramural Office of the Clubhouse.

In case of fire, leave the area in a direction away from the fire.

In the event of severe weather, go into a solid building (Wiley Hall) and go to the lowest level. (Do not use the clubhouse unless it is just a thunderstorm). If there is not time, lay flat in the lowest area available.

There is a fire extinguisher in the clubhouse. There are no fire pull boxes in the Clubhouse.

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EAP: ST. PAUL SOCCER FIELDS

The emergency phone is located in the Intramural trailer.

A sign is located near the phone which provides specific information and directions to the St. Paul Soccer Field. This information is provided for the caller in case of emergency.

The first aid kit is located in the Intramural office of the trailer.

In case of a fire, leave the area in a direction away from the fire.

In the event of severe weather get to a solid building if there is time. Do not use the cars or trailer. If there is not time lay flat in the lowest place possible.

There is a fire extinguisher in the trailer. There are no fire pull boxes.

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PROGRAM FORMS—HOW-TO Event Proposal Form The Event Proposal Form should be used to request any on-campus special event space for your club (i.e. home games, camps, clinics, etc.). Make sure to follow directions on form and submit a complete form. Incomplete forms will be returned to your club’s mailbox.

CLUBS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT ALL FACILITY REQUESTS THROUGH THE SPORTS CLUBS OFFICE (practice, meetings, special events, etc.). Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action at the discretion of the Sport Clubs Staff. Clubs are allowed to host two events free of charge in URWC facilities. This DOES NOT include regular season events (these are rent-free). Event Proposal Forms should be submitted at least one semester in advance of the proposed event date. Until approved by the Sport Clubs Program Director, clubs are NOT allowed to use any facility for special events. See the “How To: Reserve Special Event Facility Space” graphic on next page!

1. Enter the facility in which you would like to reserve space. 2. List two options for date & time that you would like to reserve. 3. Each club is allowed 2 rent-free events per semester on URWC fields and facilities. Regular season events are already rent-free. Indicate if this event should be considered one of the two allowed rent free events. 4. Enter a detailed description of any charges involved with hosting this event. All clubs must include Event Staffing in this area, which is a standard of $16.00 per hour. 5. Enter a detailed description of any revenue expected to be gained from hosting this event (e.g. registration fees charged to other teams, gear sales, etc.) 6. DON’T FORGET THE BACK PAGE!

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(Event Proposal Form, cont’d)

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Meeting and Recruiting Space Request Form The Meeting and Recruiting Space Request Form should be used to request any on-campus meeting or recruiting event space for your club (i.e. club officer meetings, team meetings, recruiting event table, etc.). Make sure to follow directions on form (similar to the Event Proposal Form!), and submit a complete form. Incomplete forms will be returned to your club’s mailbox. CLUBS ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT ALL FACILITY REQUESTS THROUGH THE SPORTS CLUBS OFFICE (practice, meetings, special events, etc.). Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action at the discretion of the Sport Clubs Staff. Meeting and recruiting space is FREE to all clubs in our Program. Meeting and Recruiting Space Request Forms should be submitted at least one week in advance of the proposed event date. Until approved by SCO staff, clubs are NOT allowed to use any facility space for any meeting and/or recruiting event. See the “How To: Reserve Meeting and Recruiting Space” graphic on next page!

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(Meeting and Recruiting Space Request Form, cont’d)

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Participation Waiver Form All Sport Clubs participants MUST have a current Participation Waiver on file to be considered eligible for participation with any Sport Club. Participation Waiver forms can be filled out online via the Sport Clubs website, or in paper form in our office. There are student and nonstudent versions of this form—please fill out the appropriate copy. Paper copies of this form should be filled out completely & legibly. Incomplete or illegible forms will not be processed and will be returned to your club mailbox. (front page example of the Participation Waiver Form)

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Accident & Incident Report Forms Examples of the Accident and Incident Report Forms are shown below. Club officers must carry these forms with them to all club activities. They should be filled out immediately after the accident and/or incident, and returned no later than the next business day to the Sport Clubs Office.

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Fines & Penalties We have instituted a new Sport Clubs Fines & Penalties system for the 2017—2018 academic year. Each disciplinary Level below is increasing in severity (Level 1 = Low > Level 2 = Medium > Level 3 = High), and has a penalty associated with it. All final decisions will be made by the Sport Clubs Program staff, based on the severity of the violation using this scale, and are subject to change at their full discretion. A pattern of disciplinary action/events will not be tolerated and may result in suspension or removal from the Sport Clubs Program. Should you receive any disciplinary action, you will receive notification directly from the SCO. All fines will be taken directly out of your club’s University Account, and will be detailed in the Memo. Any damage to any University or rental property on or off campus are the responsibility of the offending club and/or club member. This list is subject to change at any time at the discretion of the SCO. You will be notified of any changes via email before they go into effect. Questions? Email the SCO at sportclb@umn.edu.

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HELPFUL RESOURCES LIST Below is a list of commonly used Sport Clubs Forms for your officer position, along with a list of some helpful/ commonly used websites. Questions? Email sportclb@umn.edu.

Common Sport Clubs Forms (Safety & Facilities Coordinator) Event Proposal Form Due at least one semester in advance of event date. Meeting and Recruiting Space Request Form Due at least one week in advance of event date. Participation Waiver Form Due before any club member can participate with the club in any capacity (special event, practice, competition) Accident Report Form Due next business day to the Sport Clubs Office. Incident Report Form Due next business day to the Sport Clubs Office.

Common University Websites (Treasurer) Sport Clubs Program Website—Officers Page (Helpful program information, form links, facility locations/hours etc.) http://recwell.umn.edu/sportclubs/officers.php Student Unions and Activities Website (SUA Re-Registration, general student group information, Activities Fairs sign-ups, etc.) http://sua.umn.edu/

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