Reinhardt’s campus features a regulation light sand volleyball court. The court is located in front of Roberts Hall. The court is available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. Students may check out volleyball equipment at Reinhardt Central. All University-related groups seeking to reserve the court must contact the Office of Student Affairs at 770-720-5538.
Sand Volleyball Safety Guidelines
Reinhardt University wants your experience in this course to be a pleasant and safe one.
Prior to participating, both student and guests must read carefully.
Assumption of Risk
When a person is involved in any recreational activity, an injury can occur. One should be aware of the information presented in these safety guidelines is to inform the students and guests of proper techniques and inherent dangers involved with volleyball. There is a chance of broken bones, muscle and soft tissue and back injuries, which could lead to some form of paralysis. Not all potential injury possibilities in this sport are listed, but students and guests should be aware that fundamentals, coaching and proper safety equipment are important to the safety and enjoyment of the sport.
- Patrons must wear appropriate exercise attire at all times. Be sure all equipment, especially shoes, is fitting properly before each game.
- Remove all jewelry and metal hair fasteners and other body adornments as required by rules and regulations for volleyball.
- Except for capped water bottles, eating or drinking is prohibited. No alcohol, tobacco of any kind, chewing gum, glass bottles, or cans are permitted in any program area. Please dispose of all trash in the proper bins.
- All equipment must be used in the manner for which it was designed. Do not attempt to modify the equipment.
- Animals are prohibited in the facility, unless utilized as a guide or assistant for people with disabilities.
- No one is permitted to use the facility under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- Be aware of your surroundings, including but not limited to surface conditions, obstructions in proximity to the volleyball court including nets, cables, out-of-play areas, and safe entrance/egress to/from the court.
- Any display of poor conduct, fighting, abusive language, or willful destruction of college property may result in loss of facility use privileges, and, if appropriate, further disciplinary or legal action. Respect the rights of others by using courteous and appropriate behavior.
- If damages occur to equipment or facilities, the responsible party will pay for the cost of the repair.
- Notify Reinhardt University Public Safety (770-720-5911) immediately if injured.