University of Nebraska Medical Center

Equipment Rentals

How to Rent Equipment

To rent yard games or sports equipment from the Center for Healthy Living, email Scott Stopak with the information below:

  1. List the equipment (and quantity, if necessary) that you would like to pick up for your event.
  2. Indicate approximate dates/times that you intend to pick up and then return the equipment. Both will need to be during the center’s regular hours of operation.
  3. Provide a cost center number (see Terms of Use)

Yard Games

Two cornhole sets (each set includes two boxes and eight beanbags)
Two ladderball sets (each set includes two ladders with six ropes)
Three bocce sets (each set includes 16 bocce balls, one pallino ball, one perimeter marking rope, and one measuring tape)
One spikeball set (includes one spikeball net and one ball)
One KanJam set (includes two cans and one frisbee)

Other Sports Equipment

In addition to the yard games, we have general athletic equipment including:

  • Frisbees
  • Footballs
  • Soccer balls
  • Kickballs
  • Low-profile rubber bases (for kickball/softball)
  • A portable Pickleball net and set (complete with net, rolling net carrier, corner/edge markers, paddles, and Pickleballs for use on hard, flat surfaces like concrete or courts)
  • Portable soccer goals (roughly 6’ x 9’ goal mouth, made of lightweight PVC with nets)

Terms of Use

While there is currently no charge to check out equipment for campus organization-sponsored events, you will be responsible for ensuring the proper care, transport, and use of the equipment until you return it to the front desk of the Center for Healthy Living. Instead of a deposit, please share your department/organization’s cost center number. This would be the account we would bill if equipment is returned damaged. Damage includes anything beyond normal wear and tear that is expected with regular use is. If equipment is discovered to be damaged, you will be contacted and given an opportunity to appeal the claim (e.g. if the equipment was damaged when you first picked it up).