Enter from the west (26th street) and tap your OSU ID proxy at the West entry desk to verify membership. Entries are recorded and may be provided to public health officials. Participants will be asked to answer questions about presenting symptoms. Please request accommodation at any service desk if masks present a barrier to service.
Exit to the east, near Goss Stadium.
Thank you for your partnership in navigating safe transitions. Signage is posted throughout available facilities to guide the flow of foot traffic and minimize face-to-face engagement.
Dixon Recreation Center: (All indoor spaces closed through at least Jan. 14) Cardio Rooms, Weight Rooms, Showers & Towel Service, Lane Pool, Dive Well, Gyms, Our Little Village (Child Care), Dixon Cafe, Badminton, Table Tennis, Pickleball, Basketball (two to a court with physical distancing), Indoor Climbing Center (Bouldering Only) ALI Equipment Rental, Bike Shop, Indoor Track.
Student Legacy Park: (All indoor spaces closed through at least Jan. 28) Indoor and Outdoor Tennis Courts, Fields, Track and restrooms
Dixon Recreation Center: (All indoor spaces closed through at least Jan. 28) Indoor Volleyball Courts, Sand Volleyball Courts, Saunas, Diving Board, Hot Tub, Racquetball and Squash courts
Student Legacy Park: (All indoor spaces closed through at least Jan. 28) Basketball Court, Pavilion Canopy (bathrooms will remain open per Student Legacy Park hours)
Anyone who enters Dixon Recreation Center, including all Recreational Sports staff, will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and other heightened pandemic-related risks, which involves having their temperature taken and responding to the following questions:
The results of the screening information will not be collected, nor retained by the university.
Please be aware:
COVID-19 symptom screening will not identify those who are infected and do not display symptoms of COVID-19. People who have COVID-19 may not have symptoms, may have very mild symptoms or may not yet be showing symptoms. This means that people in Dixon may be contagious with COVID-19 so it is very important that members continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by maintaining physical distance, washing hands often, cleaning high-touch surfaces frequently and wearing face coverings. Additionally, they should know COVID-19 symptoms and monitor their health with daily self-screenings, as well as familiarize themselves with OSU’s Face Covering and Physical Distancing policies.
Further control exposure by: