The Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center offers 8 All-Gender Restrooms throughout the facility. Two are located on each of the first, second, and third levels as well as two in the Aquatics area.
ADA accessible lockers are located in the men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as the main locker corridor on the 1st Level.
Nursing Parents can reserve space in the Lactation Room in the Salazar Student Wellness Center located on the 2nd level, which includes a lounge bench and sink. This applies to parents who need to reserve a quiet space to bottle feed, as well. To reserve this space contact the Member Services Desk (303.315.9355) or ask for a facility supervisor to access the space.
Wellness and Recreation Services is continuing to improve programs and facilities to enhance accessibility for all patrons. We currently offer 4 pieces of adaptive strength equipment located in Fitness 2 on the 2nd level. We also have adaptive workout space on our 3rd Level Movement Loft.
Wellness & Recreation staff members are available to assist with our adaptive lift to aid patrons entering and exiting the swimming pool.
CU Denver does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, gender identity or expression, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, and veteran status or military service. Retaliation is prohibited against anyone who makes a complaint regarding these protected categories. Intramural Sports at CU Denver are all considered “Open”, meaning that participants can sign up for any sport regardless of identity.
Patrons are encouraged to wear the attire that suits their workout experience and aligns with the following guidelines. The Wellness & Recreation Services staff reserve the right to determine the acceptability of all exercise attire.
Clothing must meet public decency standards.
Clothing with offensive language, designs, or pictures is not acceptable. Participants may be asked to turn offensive clothing inside out.
Shorts/pants must be worn for all activities in the LRS-SWC. Shorts must be long enough to cover the buttocks and groin when the participant exercises or moves.
Participants must wear a closed-toe, non-marking rubber-soled athletic shoe while participating in any programs and services with the Aquatics area and study spaces being an exception.
Sponsored Member or Student Sponsored Member
A CU Denver student or member may sponsor up to 2 individuals for memberships regardless of their martial status.
The CU Denver sponsor will be held accountable and liable for the actions of the sponsored member.
Sponsored memberships are only valid when the sponsoring member holds an active membership.
Sponsored members may purchase a maximum of one-year consecutive membership. Sponsored membership contracts must be renewed annually.
Sponsored members may not sponsor additional members.
The University of Colorado Denver provides complimentary menstrual products across campus and specifically in the Salazar Student Wellness Center. These are located in the women’s and all-gender bathrooms and include tampons and pads.
CU Denver Wellness and Recreation Services make inclusivity a priority. We utilize various training such as Mental Health First Aid, Diversity Equity and Inclusion Certificate, and an ongoing focus during staff meetings. Even with this level of training, it is difficult to ensure all student staff and patrons are fully aware of our policies. We strive to offer a welcoming and inclusive environment for the CU Denver community.