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Inline Skating

The College encourages inline skating, roller skating and skate boarding outdoors under conditions where these activities are safe for the participant, other pedestrians, other activities and College property. As is the case with bicycles and all other vehicles, safety, courtesy and consideration of others must always be foremost in the minds of persons using such equipment.

Outdoors
Because the College is concerned about safety and bears some responsibility for the use of campus property, Security Services is specifically directed, and all others are encouraged, to look out for disruptive or unsafe inline skating, roller skating and skate boarding and to request participants cease the activity or report such instances to Security Services. Recurring problems may result in designating and posting certain areas as off limits to such equipment.

Indoors
Inline skating, roller skating and skate boarding indoors is disruptive, may be dangerous, and may cause damage in College buildings. Such activities are categorically inappropriate within all Carleton buildings. Those wearing inline and roller skates must remove them upon entering any Carleton building.
Instance of noncompliance will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the Student Judicial Code for students and in an appropriate manner as circumstances dictate for all others.

Approved on April 22, 2003.

Keywords: inline skating, rollerskating, skateboarding, rollerblading

Last Reviewed: Feb 15th, 2013

Maintained by Dean of Students