Shalom Austin and Campus Policies

Types JCC Membership
Contracts, Billing & Financial Aid
JCC Member Policies
Sports & Fitness Facility Policies

Kashrut-Shabbat-Holiday Closing Policies 

Internal Governance Policies
ECP Waitlist Policy
Shalom Austin  Board Conflict of Interest Policy Statement              
E-News Submission and Calendaring Guidelines

Weather Updates: JCC Event and Activity Cancellations Due to Weather

Shalom Austin Conduct Guidelines

This policy is set forth for the security and safety of our Staff, Members and Guests. All Members and Guests should abide by these guidelines at all times. Each of you is a representative of the community during your time on the campus. Failure to abide by any or all of these guidelines will result in possible disciplinary actions and/or forfeiture of your membership.

Each person that visits the Dell Jewish Community Campus should behave in a mature and appropriate manner.

As a Member/Guest, you are expected to comply with any reasonable request from a staff person. You are expected to comply with that request in a respectful manner. If you have a concern regarding the request, a formal complaint may be filed at the Welcome Desk in the Sports and Fitness Lobby to be reviewed by the appropriate party. These forms are available at the Welcome Desk.

All Members/Guests should notify a staff person immediately upon witnessing inappropriate behavior by another Member/Guest.

Offensive or abusive language will not be allowed. The Campus is for the enjoyment of all who visit here. Language should be limited to appropriate social conversation.

Consumption of alcohol during official Campus functions should be in moderation. Public intoxication is not acceptable on Campus and violators will be removed from the property immediately and membership may be revoked based on Staff/Board recommendation.

All drivers should behave in a responsible and courteous manner. Texas traffic laws should be adhered to on Campus. This includes limiting speed on campus to 10 miles per hour. A violation of this rule may cause termination of membership or access to Campus. In addition, handicapped parking is provided strictly for those with appropriate tags. Failure to abide by this guideline may result in towing at the owner's expense.

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly-carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government may not enter this property, the Dell Jewish Community Campus, with a handgun that is carried openly.  

Rev 11-15-2015