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Changes to Hart Building exercise clothing services
Beginning January 1, 2014, approved exercise clothing will no longer be available for checkout at the Hart Building. The $15 laundry service that has been offered in conjunction with checking out clothing will also be discontinued at that time. Towel service will continue to be provided for free in our facilities.
Approved exercise clothing will still be required in the Hart Building and the BYU-Idaho Center courts. As before, clothing can be purchased at the University Store. If you forget to bring approved clothing with you to campus, some clothing will remain on hand and will be available at the Hart Building Equipment Room for a $3 fee.
The age requirement for children to wear approved clothing has been raised to 8 years old. Approved issue is not required for the swimming pool, but swim suits must follow the approved guidelines listed below.
Discounts on approved exercise clothing may be available during University Store sales.
Swimmers may wear their own swim suits during open swim times according to the following:
All swimwear must be modest in coverage, style, and cut
Fabrics and colors must not be transparent or revealing
Women's suits must cover the stomach (swim shorts and shirts may be worn over your suit)
Men's suits must sit at the waist (No briefs)
All swimmers using their own suits during open swim times must check in at the Equipment Room (Hart 202).
Hats and bandanas are not allowed in the building.
No rolled up or cut off sleeves.
Pull-over sweatshirts must be approved exercise clothing or you can wear any cold weather clothing (sweatshirts, Under Armor, long sleeve shirts etc) under an approved exercise T-Shirt.
If the participant is going to wear shorts, then the approved exercise shorts must be worn. If the participant is going to wear pants, the pants must be loose fitting. Levi's and dress pants are not permitted.
Dress and grooming standards apply when participating in activities in the Hart Building/BYU-Idaho Center.
Brigham Young University Idaho invites students to refer to, For the Strength of Youth when choosing their swimsuit attire or any other attire. Specifically we are taught, "Never lower your dress standards for any occasion. Doing so sends the message that you are using your body to get attention and approval and that modesty is important only when it is convenient".
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||Number of uses||Recommendation|
|High Use||2-3 x /Week||Purchase 2-3 sets of clothing|
|Moderate Use||1 x /Week||Purchase 1 set of clothes|
|Low Use||2-3 x / Semester||Purchase 1 set of clothes|