Informal Recreation

Field House & Track Access

Informal recreation facilities are available in the Ewing Activities Center, including the indoor tennis courts, basketball courts, and track.  ALL USERS MUST COMPLETE THE HPER PROGRAM WAIVER FORM AND PRESENT AN LCCC ID BEFORE ACCESS WILL BE PERMITTED.   

All LCCC or University Partnership students enrolled in a credit course have access to the facilities with an LCCC ID.  Allow two business days for the processing of waiver form. 

All current LCCC and UP employees (and their spouse and eligible dependents) have access to the facilities with an LCCC ID.  Employees also have access during semester break hours when accompanied by an “LCCC buddy” (spouse/dependent of LCCC employees), provided that the HPER office or Welcome Desk is open.   This information does not apply to student workers.   Allow two business days for the processing of first time facility users. 

Community Users
Community users may have access to the Field House and Track by enrolling in NPER 189 (non-credit membership).  Call HPER Programs at (440) 366-4028 for access dates, course numbers, and prices.  To register, visit Enrollment Services in LC 158 or call records at (440) 366-4067.  Community users will need to take their schedule to the Barbara and Mike Bass Library Circulation Desk to receive a LCCC Community User ID.  This ID will be required for access. 

Ohio Buckeye Card Holders 
Buckeye card holders have free access to the LCCC indoor track.  A Buckeye card and driver's license must be presented at the HPER Program Welcome Desk to receive a participation waiver form.  A LCCC ID number will be processed for each individual within two business days.  This LCCC ID number and a driver's license must be taken to the Mike Bass Library to obtain an LCCC community user ID.  This LCCC ID will be required for track access. 

Alumni who have taken at least 1 credit or non-credit course at LCCC are eligible for FREE TRACK USAGE. To qualify, Alumni must register at The Alumni Association will send out an e-mail explaining how to obtain an LCCC Alumni ID (expect a week for processing time). This ID will be required for access.

Registered alumni who have taken at least 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours receive a discounted rate when enrolling in NPER 189.  The alumni fiscal year section (NPER 189 XD01) costs $30, while the alumni spouse section (NPER 189 XD02) costs $50.  Each section runs from July 1st to June 30th.   

Youth Participation
Ages 13 and older have access to the Field House and Track by registering in a credit class or enrolling in NPER 189.  A parent or guardian must sign the participation waiver forms for all individuals under the age of 18.   

Children between the ages of 10 and 12 have access by registering in a college youth class (i.e. College for Kids), participating with a qualified rental group, or enrolling in NPER 189 with a parent or guardian who is also enrolled in a credit or non-credit course.  Both individuals are required to fill out a participation waiver form.  The parent or guardian must be with the child at all times. 

Ages 9 years and under are not permitted in any of the HPER facilities or hallways unless enrolled in a youth class (i.e. College for Kids) or participating with a qualified rental group. 

An LCCC Photo ID must be presented each visit to access any facilities in the HPER Program area regardless of an individual's regularity in using the facilities.  


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