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Outdoor Pool Memberships

Full Summer Pool Pass 

Children (ages 4-17) = $50 (Parent must have an active membership with the facility)

Community Member = $100

OSU Affiliate = $60

OSU Dependent = $60

 

Family Affiliate (four members) = $175 plus $30 for each additional member

Family Community (four members) = $200 plus $40 for each additional member.

 

The Outdoor Pool will remain open through the Fall semester, weather permitting. Those who have a Fall 2021 membership to the Colvin have access to the Outdoor Pool. If you do not have a Fall 2021 membership, you can purchase a Pool Day Pass (ages 4+) for $6 upon your arrival. Day passes can be purchased inside the Colvin Monday-Friday or purchased directly at the Outdoor Pool gate on Saturdays and Sundays.

 

Pool Day Pass (ages 4+)  = $6

 

Pool Rules and Regulations

  • Pool usage is PROHIBITED without Department of Wellness lifeguard supervision.• Appropriate swim attire must be worn at all times while swimming. When the appropriateness of swimwear is in question, Department of Wellness staff will make final determination.
  • In an effort to promote a safe, family friendly environment the following behaviors are PROHIBITED in the pool area: running on the pool deck, rough play, diving, tobacco products, alcoholic products, glass containers, the use of profanity, extreme public displays of affection, abuse or unauthorized usage of pool equipment, climbing over whirlpool walls or pool partitions, abusive behavior, and harassment of other patrons.
  • To ensure a hygienic pool environment: Patrons are strongly encouraged to shower before entering the pool. Children that are not toilet trained are required to wear a swim diaper. Baby changing stations are available in the changing rooms. Please refrain from changing your child's diaper on the pool deck. Also, please refrain from gum chewing, spitting, nasal discharge, urination or defecation in pool gutters or on pool deck.
  • Parents must be present in the outdoor pool facility providing constant supervision of their children (ages 15 years and younger) at all times. Young children and inexperienced swimmers are strongly encouraged to use U.S. Coast Guard approved personal floatation devices when using the pool.
  • When choosing to use a personal floatation device, patrons are strongly encouraged to use U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets in both indoor and outdoor pools. Large recreational floating devices are PROHIBITED (i.e. floating lounges, floating chairs).
  • Lap lanes are to be used for lap swimming only or for special programming.
  • Patrons with open wounds, large bandages or any symptoms of communicable disease will be prevented from entering the pool
  •  In event of severe weather, lifeguarding staff will clear the pool and direct patrons to shelter. This includes heavy rain, thunder and lightning, and tornadoes.
  • Lifeguards are authorized to enforce all safety rules and facility policies.
  • Please contact a member of the staff should an accident, injury or related incident occur. Your assistance in promoting safety is greatly appreciated.

 

Whirlpool Rules:

  • Maximum of 8 swimmers allowed in whirlpool at a time. Must swim with the current at all times.
  • To avoid potential injury to yourself and fellow swimmers, hanging on the sides of the whirlpool is discouraged and climbing over the walls of the whirlpool or pool partitions is prohibited.


We thank you for helping us provide a safe family friendly pool environment. Please contact the Department of Wellness at 405-744-5510 if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 

 

 

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