New Patron Orientation and Waiver for the HPER Center

All NEW students must receive an orientation and sign a waiver prior to entering the HPER Center. This can be done electronically or in person. Below are the instructions for the electronic orientation and waiver.

1. Read the HPER Dress Code (2022)
2. Read the Campus Recreation and Wellness Orientation (2022)
3. Read the Notice to all Persons Participating Waiver
4. A touch pad device is needed.  Select the Fusion Portal
5. Turn phone horizontally
6. Sign into the Fusion Portal, in the upper right corner, with your MyUCA login information.
7. Scroll down to the GRAY box and TAP to open the gray box.   
8. Sign in the WHITE BOX, select SAVE, AND and select SIGN NOW.
9. Close out the portal.

UCA Campus Recreation & Wellness 

To improve quality of life by providing wellness and personal development for the UCA Community.
Mission Statement
The mission of the Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness is to enhance academic success, leadership,
and the collegiate experience by providing opportunities and resources to foster fun, health, and community
through play and adventure.
Meaningful Work – People are our most important asset. We are committed to fulfilling our customers’
expectations of consistently offering them a reliable quality product.

Effectiveness – We provide our customers not only with up-to-date programs and services, but also skilled,
dedicated, and friendly employees who are proud to be a part of the product they deliver.

Professionalism – This is a job.  As employees of the Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness, you are
responsible for providing courteous and friendly service to all.  Make sure to ask if anything else can be done on
their behalf.

DBI – Foster an environment where all individuals know they are visible, valued, and validated by the tenets of diversity, belonging, and inclusion

Collaboration – As part of a team, accomplish tasks, with a common purpose or goal in mind.

Cooperation – Working or acting together for a mutual benefit, by doing what is wanted or asked for.

Teamwork – Employees need to help each other.  At times you will be called upon by another employee to help
with an injury, conflict, or to substitute during a work shift.  When you help out when you are needed, others
will be more likely to help you out when you need it.

Quality Relationships – Honesty, trust, respect and open communication between two or more individuals and
compromise from all parties involved.

Honesty – Carrying out, acting, and living the values of everything you do.  Do what’s right, legally and

Self-respect/Respect – Trusting that all people have done their jobs and knowing you have put forth your best
effort.  Treat others with dignity and respect while expecting others to do the same.  

Responsibility/Accountability – Fulfill your obligations and do not undermine the integrity of the final product.

Loyalty – believing in and devoting yourself to something or someone.  Supports the leadership and stands up
for fellow workers.

Truth/Ethics – Dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation.  Doing the right thing.

Achievement – The process of accomplishing something by putting forth effort, courage, or skill.

Commitment – Go a little further, endure a little longer, and look a little closer to see how he or she can add to
the effort.

Leadership – The process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish goals and improve the organization.

Personal Development – The goal oriented learning that reinforces and expands the depth and breadth of an
individual’s knowledge base, self-awareness, and situational awareness.

Change/Variety – The characteristic of transition or transformation of an individual, group, or organization.

Innovation – Developing new concepts, ideas, or methods that result in new avenues, services, or aspects of

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