Water-related events are the most popular all year-around activities in Taiwan. Aquatic facilities deliver value to users and the community when they are well planned and designed and meet the public’s expectations for health and safety. The focus of this research was to investigate and analyze the operation of collegiate natatoriums, the risk management practices employed by these institutions, and associated legal concerns. The purpose of this study was to provide first-hand information about risk management in general aquatic-center settings in Taiwan. The findings of this study represent 58 aquatic directors at college swimming facilities across Taiwan. The results of the study will help college aquatic directors formulate policies relevant to their aquatic centers, so that they can avoid the common mistakes that lead to lawsuits and eventually bring the concept of risk management implementation to aquatic centers in Taiwan.