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KORET HEALTH & RECREATION CENTER

Aquatics

The Koret Health and Recreation Center is home to the largest indoor aquatics facility in San Francisco. The Charles W. Dullea, S.J. Natatorium features a 25-yard by 50-meter pool that makes available 15 lanes during the short course season and 8 lanes during the long course season. The pool has a minimum depth of 3 feet 6 inches and a maximum depth of 13 feet. This facility is home to several competitive swim teams including the Koret Youth Swim Club (comprised of 6 different levels of swim teams), the USF Masters Team, and the USF Recreational Swim Club for students. With a max capacity of 500 people, the pool is perfect for swim meets, aqua fitness classes, swim team practices, swim lessons, and much more!

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Policies

For your safety and the safety of others, please read the policies for Aquatics. Note that policies are subject to change without notice.

    • No photos or videos
    • No hanging or climbing on lane lines
    • No running on the pool deck
    • No inappropriate swim attire
    • No food or glass containers allowed on deck
    • No one is permitted to instruct, coach or teach lessons unless they are KHRC staff
    • Failure to comply will result in immediate loss of KHRC privileges
    • Swimmers must ask before entering the lane when there is another swimmer in that lane
    • Three or more swimmers in a lane must circle swim
    • Showers are required before entering the pool
    • Keep ladder areas clear
    • Spectators must stay in the designated areas
    • A valid photo ID must be presented to KHRC staff upon request
    • All University and Departmental policies and procedures must be complied with at all times, including those for each area
    • Abusive language and/or actions may result in loss of privileges and/or suspension from the facility
    • The Department reserves the right to restrict and/or refuse admittance to its facilities and programs
    • Lifeguards are here for your protection and they have final authority