University Skating Club Schedule & Brochure
Program, fee and schedule details for the 2019-2020 skating will be published late summer to early fall. Please check back during that time period for program updates and brochures.
For any questions or inquiries about our upcoming skating programs, please send us an email.
Below is a look at how our skating sessions and programs are usually structured. This is for general information purposes only and is subject to change without notice.
University Skating Club Program
The Sun 1 and 2 descriptions below are to be used as a general guideline only. If you have questions about your qualifications or session requirements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday 1 12:40-1:40 pm
Intended for skaters who have completed Canskate (no age limitations) level 6, Junior Blues level 5 or Adult Beginners (over 16 years of age). 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.
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.
Sunday 2 1:50-3:00 pm
Intended for skaters 16 years and above having passed at least one test at the Junior Bronze level or above or interested in Dance. A 15-minute group lesson at beginning of each session is included. A second group lesson for a fee may be offered if interest warrants.
Freeskate Practice 1:50 – 2:45
Dance Practice (no jumping) 2:45 – 3:00
Those skaters with Sun 2 skill level may join both Sun 1 and 2 at a combined reduced rate.
Guest skaters are welcome on our sessions, but skaters must be a current member of Skate Canada and guest fees must be paid 10 minutes before the session starts.