Physical Education Center

Operating Procedures Handbook

Intramural/Recreation

Competition and worthy use of leisure time are an important part of the total educational process. Many of the important skills necessary for everyday life are learned through planned physical activities. In addition, those individual who participate in enjoyable sports activities during their college life will receive experience that is helpful to the development of a healthful, effective life.

The aim of the ENMU-Roswell Intramural and free time recreation program is to provide each student and staff member with an opportunity to participate in their favorite type of competition and to explore and enjoy other sports that may be new to them. As a student at ENMU-Roswell, the opportunity to take advantage of the programs and facilities is yours. It is up to you to use them for immediate and future benefits.

Staff

S. Frank Gonzalez Direct of Student Union/Activities

Eve M. Watley Intramurals Coordinator/Facilities Supervisor

Swimming Pool Director

Work Study Recreation Supervisor

Facilities

Indoor (PE CENTER) Outdoor

Basketball Court Football Field

Volleyball Court Jogging

Weightlifting Room Horseshoes

Cardio Room

Badminton Courts

Racquetball/Handball Court

Locker Rooms and Showers

State of Philosophy

The goal of the Easter New Mexico University-Roswell Physical Education Center is to provide students, faculty/staff and members of the community with an opportunity to participate in their favorite activity and to explore and enjoy other recreational opportunities that may be new to them. Many of the important skills necessary for everyday life are learned through play and planned physical activities. Planned play and sports activities can help to enrich ones life. In addition, those individuals who participate in enjoyable physical activities during their lifetime will receive experience helpful to the development of a healthful, more effective and happier life.

General Building Policies

Authority and responsibility for daily management of the Physical Education Center is delegated to the Director of the Physical Education Center. This office is located in Room 105 of the PEC.

Statement of Objectives in Order of Priority

1. To proved health, physical education and recreation classes for ENMU-Roswell students.

2. To provide structured and unstructured recreational and intramural opportunities for ENMU-Roswell students, faculty and staff.

3. To provide facilities for ENMU-Roswell sponsored and community events.

4. To provide physical fitness and recreational opportunities for the community person on an as available basis.

Facility Use

Students Full-time or part-time regularly enrolled students may utilize facilities and participate in programs when facilities are available for recreational use. Students must present a valid student I.D. card.

Faculty/Staff Full-time or part-time members of the faculty/staff may utilize facilities and participate in programs when facilities are available for recreational use.

Support Staff Any person who is considered a working support staff member of the University may use the facilities upon presentation of identification.

Faculty and Staff

The ENMU-Roswell identification card will serve as the pass card for staff members and their families. This card can be obtained at the Physical Education Center Directors Office. This office is located in Room 105.

Community Use

Community members working the service area will be able to use the facilities by purchasing an identification/membership card at the PEC Control Desk. The card must be presented at the Control Desk each time the facilities are used.

As adult must accompany children under 12 years of age at all times.

Fees

Memberships are considered valid from one semester to another. Semester membership rates (fall, spring and summer) are:

15 years and under - $30 per semester

16 years and over - $40 per semester

A daily fee of $2 will be charged to non-members for use of the facilities.

Children under 12 $1.00 fee.

Immediate family member of ENMU-Roswell employees - $1.00 fee.

Basketball & Racquetball Court rental - $100.00 per day

Basketball & Racquetball Court rental - $50.00 day

Half court (gym) - $10.00 an hour

Clean-up fee - $45.00

Regulations Covering Use of Center

1. Students, faculty/staff, members and guest must abide by the rules and time schedules provided. Failure to do so may cause a user to lose Center privileges.

2. Persons creating a problem or disturbance will be asked to leave or be escorted off the premises by campus security. Persons may lose facilities use privileges.

3. Eating, drinking and the use of tobacco are prohibited in the Center.

4. An adult must accompany all children under the age of 12. Children under the age of 15 are not allowed in the cardio or weight room.

5. Recreational and activity users must wear proper workout gear, including shoes, at all times.

6. Tape players and radios are not allowed.

Drugs and Alcohol

Anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be denied admission to the Physical Education Center. Illegal drugs and alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the ENMU-Roswell campus.

Racquetball Courts

1. Classes take first priority in scheduling facility use.

2. Reservations can be made a maximum of 24 hours in advance.

3. No standing reservations are allowed.

4. Walk-in sign up can be made any time a court is available.

5. Reservations are made for one-hour periods on the hour.

6. Courts are reserved for one-hour per player per couple.

7. Your one-hour reservation must be used before reserving a court for another hour.

8. Court reservations will be held for 15 minutes after the hour.

For reservations call: 575.624.7338

Cardio & Weight Room

1. Horseplay or improper dropping of weights is not allowed.

2. Return all weights to their proper place before leaving the room.

3. Be thoughtful. Carry a towel and wipe machines after use.

4. Proper use of the equipment is expected and required.

5. For safety reasons, children under the age of 15 are not allowed in the cardio and weight room.

6. Scheduled classes take first priority.

Equipment Checkout

Equipment may be checked out at the Control Desk by presenting and leaving your identification card.

Abuse or loss of loaned equipment may result in charges for replacement.

Items loaned out must be returned the same day as checked out.

Lockers

1. The instructor will issue a locker to students enrolled in Physical Education classes.

2. Faculty and staff may obtain a locker through the Directors office. These are issued on a first come, first serve basis, as available.

3. Community members and guests have locker privileges on a daily basis only. Padlocks must not be left on lockers over night.

Criteria for Scheduling

1. HPE classes and intramural activities take first priority in scheduling facility use.

2. All intramural and recreational scheduling is handled through the Directors office.

3. Any organization wishing to schedule the facility for use must coordinate the request through the Directors office and the Office of the Dean of Administrative Services. Appropriate fees will apply. The Director must be notified one week in advance for organizational usage.

4. No organization may schedule the facility on a permanent basis.

Vacations

The Physical Education Center will observe scheduled University holidays with an abbreviated schedule between semesters because of the unavailability of regular student works. Schedules will be determined in advance and will be posted in the building as well as advertised.

Operating Times

The facility will be available for general use whenever it is not being used for classes, intramural events, community events, etc. These times will vary from semester to semester and will be posted in advance.

Spring and Fall Hours:

Monday Thursday 7:30 a.m. 9:00 p.m.

Friday 7:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m.

Saturday 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.

Sunday Closed

Holiday and Interim hours may vary.

The facility will be open for recreational use on evenings and weekends. These times will also be posted.

Intramurals/Recreation

Objectives of the Intramural Program

The principle objective of the ENMU-Roswell Intramural Program is to provide an opportunity for the student to maintain better health through satisfying physical experiences. Each source of exercise and recreation in the Intramural Program is carefully planned so as to contribute to total fitness. The Intramural Program promotes a very extensive selection of activities. These activities are organized, supervised and conducted in such manner that the student has an opportunity for wholesome physical recreation, regardless of interests or degree of skill in sports.

The Intramural Program provides an opportunity for each participant to develop the feeling of cooperation and loyalty to a group. At the same time, it provides students with the opportunity to make new acquaintances and develop new friendships

The Intramural Program provides an opportunity to develop sportsmanship and honesty with regards to rules, officials and opponents.

Finally, the Intramural Program provides an opportunity to enjoy challenging, clean competition in your favorite activities.

Each of the above objectives of the Intramural Program involves the welfare and physical well being of the student. With only a small amount of cooperation and desire by each Intramural sport participant, these objectives may be attained to a high degree.

Physicals and Injuries

All programs are voluntary. The Physical Education Center and ENMU-Rowell are NOT responsible for accidents or injuries. It is recommended that all participants have a complete physical examination before engaging in any physical recreation activity.

Intramural One Day Events

Basketball

Bench Press

Free-throw

Hot Shot

3 Mile Run

Relay

Racquetball Tourney

Tug of War

3 Point Shootout



Team Activities

3-on-3 Basketball

Softball

Volleyball

Flag Football

5-on-5 Basketball



Community Events

Spring Intramurals begin .............................................................. January

3-on-3 Basketball Tourney........................................................... January

Bench Press Competition................................................................ March

5-on-5 Basketball Tourney............................................................... March

Intercampus Competition.................................................................... April

ENMU-Roswell vs. ENMU (Portales)

Fall Intramurals begin............................................................... September

Annual Flag Football................................................................. November

Super bowl and Tailgate party

Point System

1. Team Sports such as basketball, flag football, softball and volleyball.

Points Awarded

Individual ................................................. 5 points

Championship team individuals............ 10 extra points

2. Individual Sports such as badminton, one-on-one basketball, horseshoes and racquetball.

Points Awarded

Participation............................................. 2 points

Each win and progression..................... 5 points

First place................................................ 20 points

Second place.......................................... 10 points

Third place............................................... 5 points

3. One day events such as free throw, hot shot and 3-point competition.

Points Awarded

Participation............................................. 2 points

First place................................................ 20 points

Second place.......................................... 10 points

Third place............................................... 5 points

4. Any individual participating in all of the events per semester, will receive an additional 50 points.

Awards

1. Shirts will be awarded to the first three places in all individual sports.

2. Shirts will be awarded to members of the championship teams in all team sports.

3. Special awards and recognition will be given to students or faculty and staff who have accumulated the most points during the year.

4. All champions will be recognized at the PEC.

Intramural Managers of Competing Units

Each team must have an Intramural Manager. The methods by which the manager is selected will be entirely up to the team.

Experience has proven that teams contending for top honors have alert and efficient managers. Managers should be interested in sports and the welfare of their team.

Intramural Managers duties are:

A. Organize teams and enter them into competition before the deadline date.

B. Keep team members informed of activities available stimulate and promote participation.

C. Notify team and contestants as to time and place of scheduled activity and see that they are present.

D. Provide coaching, supervise practices and try-outs.

E. Provide extra personnel such as timers and scorers when requested.

F. Arrange with the Intramural department of new dates of postponed games.

G. Be familiar with all Intramural eligibility rules and see that the team plays only eligible people.

H. Visit the Intramural Office frequently and check the Intramural bulletin boards for new postings.

I. Represent or see that team is represented in Intramural executive committee meetings, negotiations and protests.

J. Keep team members name, address, and phone numbers up-to-date in the Intramural Office.

K. Make an effort to see that those representing team play according to the rules of the game, conduct themselves appropriately, and maintain good sportsmanship.

L. See that their team never defaults a contest.

M. See that all necessary results are turned in promptly to the Intramural Office.

Entry Blanks

All entries must be made on official intramural entry blanks. The names must be in alphabetical order. Entry blanks are available at the PE Center Control Desks.

General Tournament Rules

1. All games (in the team sports events) will be scheduled by the Intramural Office.

2. Individual sports participants are responsible for arranging matches at a time both players are free, unless otherwise specified.

3. All scores must be turned in to the Intramural Office and recorded.

Postponements

The Coordinator of Intramurals will be the judge of postponements.

1. Requests for postponements should be made at least one day before the game time.

2. Inclement weather and school functions will be considered logical causes for postponements.

3. No postponements will be made due to absence of team members.

Forfeits

If a team or contestant fails to appear at the appointed place and fails to be ready to play 15 minutes after the scheduled time, the contest will be forfeited to the opponent. If neither team nor contestant is ready both will forfeit. Forfeited contest will not be rescheduled.

Protests

1. Protests concerning the rules of a contest must be made on the field of play during the contest to the head official. Do not wait until the contest is complete to register a protest. The protest must be written and submitted to the Intramural Office within 24 hours after a complaint has been registered. There will be a $10.00 feel for all protests.

2. Eligibility protests must be made in writing within 24 hours of the infraction.

3. All written protests must be filed with the Intramural Director.

4. The Intramural Director and a selected committee will meet and decide on all protests.

Sportsmanship

Part of the philosophy in the Intramural Program is that sportsmanship is vital to the conduct of every contest. In order to encourage proper conduct during games, official, administrative personnel and supervisors shall make decisions on whether to warn, penalize, or eject players or teams for poor sportsmanship. These decisions are final.

The following may be considered as evidence for unsportsmanlike conduct: Profanity, unnecessary delay of the game, striking an official (automatic ejection from the game), arguing with officials concerning decisions (discussion is allowed as along as it is done in a mature manner by the team captain), derogatory and abusive remarks toward an opponent or any other action which shows disregard for the rules or policies of the Intramural Program.

Each student participating on a team should choose their members carefully. They will suffer the consequences of any disciplinary action taken by the Intramural department against that team for violation of the Intramural rules.

Conduct Toward Officials

(Players, Coaches, or Spectators)

VIOLATION Abusive remarks toward an official results in ejection from the game.

PENALTY Automatic probation for the sports season.

VIOLATION THREATENING, SHOVING, OR STRIKING AN OFFICIAL

PENALTY Automatic suspension from all intramural activities for one full calendar year. A team captain is responsible for all actions of each individual member of the team and spectators directly related to the team. The conduct of the players and spectators before and after the game is just as important as their conduct during the game. Teams will be held responsible for their conduct at these times as well as during the game.

Poor Sportsmanship Cases

The following are possible consequences of unsportsmanlike conduct by intramural teams and participants. This is not inclusive of other actions.

1. Intramural probation places a team on a probationary status, which causes suspension from any further intramural participation for unsportsmanlike conduct. The term of probation may be set for a particular sport for a semester, year, or an indefinite period.

2. Suspension from intramural activities prohibits the suspended team from participation in any team or meet sports during their period of intramural suspensions. A period of suspension is automatically followed by a period of intramural probation, not to be less than one full year.

Individual Violations

The disciplinary measure that may be taken in the case of an individuals unsportsmanlike conduct includes those measures listed above for a team, except in the case of suspension. Also, the individual may not participate in any activity, whether a team sport or an individual sport.

Duties of Recreational Supervisors

1. Responsible for assisting in scheduling fames and making brackets for all sports.

2. Responsible for reporting forfeits and protests and discouraging both.

3. Responsible for equipment during team competition.

4. Officiate all activities

5. Supervise facilities and equipment checkout when the PEC is open for intramurals and recreational activities

Student Assistants and Officials

Student assistants will assist in the Intramural and free time recreation program. They will serve in a clerical capacity, perform maintenance and be used as officials in the Intramural Program. They are most important in assuring an organized program. Careful selection of these recreational supervisors is important and such qualities are reliability, efficiency and leadership are essential. Officials will be used for team sports and some individual sports. When possible, officials will be used for the finals of the individual sports.

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