The Student Recreation Center at Indiana State University is cracking down on its “No ID” policy, according to indianastatesman.com, and this week the decision for no exceptions was announced.
Director of Recreational Sports John Lentz said student identification is required in the student recreation facility just like any other campus facility. This policy has not changed, it is just being reinforced.
The Rec Center requires all students to show their identification card when entering the premises. The policy is being strictly enforced to ensure eligibility for use at the facility, track required data and eliminate authorization for students who use someone else’s student identification number to get in.
You need an identification card to get into the library to check out books, Lentz said. Our policy is no different to get into the Rec.
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