ST. DENIS CENTRE PARTICIPANT CODE OF CONDUCT
By use of these faculties and programs, you agree to comply with the Participant Code of Conduct and co-operate with all facility staff while utilizing our facilities, programs, and services.
A valid St. Denis membership card, University of Windsor student card, Uwin Employee Card or approved service pass is required for access to all St. Denis Centre facilities and programs. Service Desk staff have the right to deny access to the facility without proper identification.
SAFE AND RESPECTFUL BEHAVIOUR
Unsafe or disrespectful behavior is explicitly forbidden in the St. Denis Centre facility and programs. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: engaging in physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion and/or other conduct which threatens or endangers the health and safety of any person. Campus Police will be contacted by staff for situations of this nature.
FORGERY/FALSIFICATION OF INFORMATION
Sharing student or membership cards for access into the St. Denis Centre facilities or programs is considered forgery. Forgery, including the altering student or membership cards, will result in termination of access to the facility.
All users must comply with posted instructions or signs and the supervision by the St. Denis Centre staff, University officials, or other public officials acting in the performance of their duties.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOTAPING
Photography and videotaping of individuals in the facility, or images of the facilities, must have ARS Department or University of Windsor campus approval.
Posting, advertising, conducting unauthorized private lessons or training, soliciting individuals in St. Denis Center facilities for personal services, businesses, or agencies is strictly prohibited.
Damage to or destruction of University property or the property of others, while on University premises is a criminal offense and will result in legal action.
Removal of University property or property of other members while on University premises is a criminal offense and will result in legal action.
The St. Denis Centre believes it is essential that all people exercise their right to express their human and cultural identities. Consistent with this belief, our programs promote healthy lifestyles and the preservation of human dignity by fostering the spirit of fair play without bigotry, hatred, prejudice or disrespect. We encourage you to join us in acknowledging and embracing these values.
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