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Michigan Tech Student Open Skate

Public Skating & Public Hockey
MacInnes Student Ice Arena

Open Skating Spring 2021: January 20 - April 29, 2021

Wednesdays, 8:30 am-9:50 am
Thursdays, 8:30-9:50 am
No open skating March 10-11. Schedule subject to change without notice.

Student and Public Skating COVID-19 Policies (Updated March 5, 2021)

Requirements for Entry

  • A valid Michigan Tech Student ID
  • All students must fill out the COVID-19 Daily Symptom Tracking Form before arriving
  • Face covering at all times (even while skating). There are no provisions for medical intolerance reasons or medical waivers.
  • Hockey or bicycle helmet
  • No skate rental available.
  • All students must go to the Ticket Office first to tap their ID to verify current student status and acknowledge completion of the daily symptom tracker. The patron will receive a dated wristband to put on at the window and then show the Skate Guard for admission to the ice.

    Ice Arena and Skating Session Rules

  • Obey the Skate Guards' instructions or you could lose your skating privileges. Maximum 70 participants. First come, first serve.
  • Follow social distancing requirements.
  • Follow designated traffic patterns and use proper entry/exit doors.
  • MTU is not responsible for personal belongings and lost or stolen items.
  • Locker rooms will not be available, but an area to put skates on will be provided.
  • All patrons need to arrive just prior and exit immediately after the session. Lobby gatherings will not be permitted.
  • Water bottles and tissue boxes cannot be shared between participants.
  • You must have ice skates on at all times when you are on the ice.
  • Figure skating tricks should be done in the center, not near the edges.
  • No hockey sticks, pucks, or balls.
  • No skating against traffic.
  • No sitting on boards or throwing objects on ice (ie snowballs).
  • No speed skating, pushing, pulling, trains, conga lines, chase, or tag games.
  • No food or beverages allowed on the ice.
  • No abusive or profane language.
  • No tobacco (smoked or chew).


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