The UART intends to offer as many programs as possible to suit the needs of the beginner rower, up to the elite rower.
Those programs are as follows:
Learn to Row (LTR) – For the individual who has never rowed before. It is a 2 week introductory course, with 2 practices a week in the evenings.
Novice Rowing – For the individual who has completed a LTR and wishes to continue their rowing season. Practices range from a minimum of 2 a week up to 5. Frequency of attendance at practice is up to the individual and their time availability.
Developmental-Competitive Rowing – For the athlete that has complete their first year of rowing (novice) and is interested in continuing rowing in a competitive role, however unable to commit to a full competitive practice schedule.
Competitive Rowing – For the athlete that has completed their first year of rowing (novice) and is interested in rowing at the competitive level. These athletes are looking to attend as many practices as humanly possible while continuing studies at University. Goals for these rowers are top place finishes at local Prairie regattas as well Canadian University Regatta Championships.
Special and/or Customized Memberships:
Coxswains Membership – Those athletes interested in attending regattas only as a competing coxswain will receive a discounted membership of $200. This includes the trip to WCURC’s.
Regular Membership without WCURC’s Trip – Those athletes interested in being apart of the UART however for personal reasons are unable to attend the WCURC Oct 20 & 21 Regatta in Burnaby, BC. This membership is $200.
Canadian University Regatta Championships Fee – For Competitive team athletes who have been selected to go to CURC’s. The $350 is on top of the Competitive Membership and partially covers the regatta costs.