Program

University Skating Club Program

The 2023-2024 skating season is now over. Please check back in next year for updated programs and details.

For those new to the club or who are interested in joining us, please see below for a general look at the type of sessions we offered for the previous year and information on the registration process.

Please contact us at universityskatingclub@gmail.com with any questions you may have.

How to Register

We accept Credit Card on Uplifter or via check upon request. No payments by E-Transfer are accepted by the club or coaches.

  • To pay by credit card: To sign up for programs on Uplifter for the first time, you must have an account or will first need to create an account on the platform to access our registration page.
  • To pay via cheque or cash: Please send an email to universityskatingclub@gmail.com ATT: Treasurer, Linda Hines, with your request or inquiries. Subject to approval.

*Before registering, please note our refund policy. Refunds will only be granted for medical reasons. Requests for refunds must be submitted within 45 days of the first session you miss or before the last day of the skating season.

Helmets for Basic Skating Skills Participants:
All CanSkate participants up to and including Stage 5 (as determined by a USC coach) must wear a CSA-approved hockey helmet while on any USC session in accordance with Skate Canada policy. Helmets with stickers of any kind applied to them are not acceptable per Skate Canada  policy.

Ice Etiquette: Appreciation and awareness if adult and young skaters both on the ice together.

USC Winter Skating Sessions 2024

Varsity

Saturday CanSkate  

Learn to skate for ages 4 & up, 10 minute warm up, 35 minute group lesson, 5 minute cool down. A complete series of balance, control and agility skills.

Saturday CanSkate Practice Session

Saturday Canskate practice session for 12 and up. A 45 -minute session intended only for those registered on the Saturday 1 CanSkate session.

Saturday Non-CanSkate

Intended for skaters who have completed CanSkate level 6. A 15 min basic skating skills lesson is included at the beginning of each session but not meant to replace private lessons, according to individual skater interest and skill.

Guest Skating

Guest skaters are welcome on our sessions, but skaters must be a current member of Skate Canada. Guest skate fees must be paid and registered by 10:00 am on the day of the scheduled skating session date.

Registration for guest skate sessions begins one day after the session you want to register for the next week: Sunday for the next Saturday guest session.

  • Saturday 1 or 2 Non-CanSkate     
  • Saturday CanSkate Practice                 

USC News

Our 2024 Winter ice season is now closed. Please check back in to our Programs page for our next 2024-2025 season.