Just outside of Bellomy Field is a place for slacklining beginners or enthusiasts to practice the sport.
Due to the potential risk of harm to the participant, others, and/or damage to property, slacklining (an activity that involves stretching nylon webbing between two anchor points at different heights for the purpose of walking across and doing stunts) is prohibited on campus with one exception: the west end of Bellomy field, using the University installed poles. Students are responsible for providing their own equipment.
Access to poles is subject to weather conditions and events on Bellomy Field. The poles are on the exterior of Bellomy Field above natural grass that can get saturated with lots of rain. Please adhere to all posted signs.