The JCC is more than a building. We’re a non-profit offering pre-school, afterschool care, fitness and arts programs. We’re 12,000 members and non-member participants. We’re your staff family. We’re a community.
All visitors to the Max & Mae Simon Jewish Community Campus, which includes the JCC, are required to complete a campus-wide liability waiver to be admitted.
- All adults ages 18+ should sign their own waiver.
- If you have signed the JCC’s paper waiver in a previous visit, we need to have you also complete this new electronic campus-wide waiver as there are some changes.
- For two-parent/guardian households, BOTH parents/guardians must separately fill out the “Parent/Guardian and Minors” waiver, not just one parent/guardian. Multiple children may be added to the form at once, but each parent/guardian must separately sign on their child(ren)’s behalf (i.e., two waivers for each child).
For your convenience and to expedite the check-in process at the door, the waiver is available online.
Sign the Liability Waiver
Reservations are no longer needed for members to access the fitness center, gyms, open swim or water fitness classes; however, reservations are required for lap swim in the Regenstrief Indoor Lap Pool and land-based Group Exercise classes. For details and to make reservations, visit our Schedules page.
We’ve been a part of the Indianapolis community for more than 100 years. As a non-profit, 30% of our income comes from membership dues and 46% from program fees – because we are unable to run much of our programming at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our revenue has taken a major hit. The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis supports 17% of our operating cost and the rest comes from individual donors and United Way. Your donation, especially at this time because of the COVID-19 pandemic, helps ensure the J is around for the next generation.