Frequently Asked Questions

What are the hours of operation for the Centre for Kinesiology Health and Sport?

Fall and Winter Hours (September 1 through April 30)

  • Monday to Friday: 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

Spring and Summer Hours (May 1 through August 31)

  • Monday to Sunday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

The Centre for Kinesiology, Health, and Sport is closed on all Statutory, University,
and Christmas break holidays.

CKHS building plan 

Where would I go to register my children for Summer Sports School or Summer Camps?
You would register your children for Summer Programs at the Recreation and Athletics Services Office located on the main floor of the Centre for Kinesiology Health and Sport at the University of Regina.  Phone:  306-585-4371 or email at for further information. (Please see CKHS Building Plan pdf at the top of the page)

Where is the pool located?
The Aquatic Centre is located in the old wing of the Centre for Kinesiology Health and Sport and is accessible through each of the respective public change/locker areas. (Please see CKHS Building Plan pdf at the top of the page)

Where are the public change facilities (Locker Rooms)  located?
The Men's and Women's public change facilities are located on the main floor of the old wing (former Physical Activity Centre) of the CKHS.  They are located directly across from Facility Services (i.e. Equipment Room) and the two old gymnasiums.  A number of coin operated lockers are available for use or, you can rent a locker from the Recreation and Athletics Services Office.  Two family change facilities are also located adjacent each of the entrances to the public locker rooms. 

Can you use a $10.00 drop in receipt towards a membership? 
Yes.  The $10.00 drop in fee can be used within one week of purchase towards a membership. Up to three may be used and the client must have their receipts.

Why must the initial membership purchase be done in person? 
The client needs to get their photo taken and to read and sign the membership terms and conditions. After the guest can renew over the phone with Visa, MC or AMEX.  Membership Renewals can be done online at

Where do CHWP clients pay for their program?
 CHWP clients pay for their cardiac rehab and risk reduction and exercise therapy sessions at the KHS Client Service Office, CK 170.

Can people buy parking permits?
Yes, they will have to contact parking services or they can use the "Pay as you go", located just inside the doors of the Centre for Kinesiology and Health Studies

Where can people buy parking permits?
The parking permits can be purchased from Parking services.

Where can client’s park if they do not have a parking permit?
Clients must pay for parking in the meters (via Pay as you go), Monday to Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Clients or patrons may only park in designated "Z" areas on Saturday, Sunday and designated holidays.  The underground parkade is open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.  After 5:00 pm clients may park in the community parking area in lot #4 PHA (They must look for the community parking signs). 

Why do we restrict the track during Cougar events?
Activity on the track is distracting to the players and the cameras and cords that are on the track are a hazard.

Why do we not allow halter tops, sport bras, jeans etc?
We require all participants in the FLC to wear proper gym clothes. Halter tops do not cover enough skin and there is a risk of bacteria sharing between clients. Jeans are considered outside clothing and not appropriate gym attire. Jeans with belts, metal rivots and zippers can also damage the upholstery.  Discretion of the staff will apply.

Why do we not look up clients when they forget their cards?
With over a quarter of a million cards scanned during the period of one year it is not a task we can do for everyone. Access would be a time consuming process. The No Card No Access policy is well posted and is consistently enforced. 

Why is dropping weights not allowed?
Safety…1) the startle factor if you are concentrating on a heavy lift and someone drops a weight close to you it may cause you to lose your concentration may result in an injury to you or others around you 2) a dropped weight is a weight that is not controlled possibly causing injury to you and/or someone around you. 3) Dropping weights can damage the equipment making them unsafe to use and expensive to replace/repair and 4) The FLC does not have the appropriate bumper plates, bars, collars and platforms.