Student Handbook

Wheeled Devices and Slacklining

Students are permitted to have bicycles. However, the College assumes no responsibility for their safekeeping. The College cannot be responsible for shipping any bicycles left on campus, and reserves the right to possess and dispose of bicycles left on campus at the conclusion of an academic year or term. Skateboards, roller blades, roller skates, bicycles and similar wheeled devices are not permitted inside College buildings, residence halls or on tennis courts. Additionally, skateboards and other wheeled items may not be ridden on railings, curbs, benches, or other fixtures that may be damaged by these activities, and the College reserves the right to charge individuals for the cost of repairing damage to College property caused by these activities. Students are permitted to practice safe and responsible slacklining on campus provided appropriate equipment is used and the anchor points on each tree are not more than four feet above the ground. Moreover, the trees used as anchors for the slackline must be at minimum twelve inches in diameter. The College encourages students to use all methods available to protect the health of the tree.  The College assumes no responsibility for any injury resulting from slacklining.