Should your question not be answered by the FAQs below, feel free to drop us a message using the form to the right or you can reach us via:
University of Exeter Swimming Club,
Athletic Union Office,
University of Exeter Sports Park,
Athletic Union – The Athletic Union oversee all sport at the University of Exeter and provide support for all committees and members of these clubs.
ASA – The Amateur Swimming Association is the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water, and synchronised swimming. BUCS competitions are held under ASA rules and regulations.
BUCS – British Universities and College Sport is the national governing body for Higher Education sport in the UK.
Frequently Asked Questions
The joining fee is £110 for all three terms and that’s it! You don’t have to pay for the sessions you turn up to, it’s all included in the price.
We train mainly at the St Lukes sports park and Pyramids. During term 3 we also have sessions at the outdoor pool by Cornwall house on the Streatham campus. See the map above for these locations.
We train 8 times a week in terms 1 and 2 and 6 in Term 3 (subject to Cornwall House availability). See our home page for our training times: Training Times
You can join us by paying the membership fee via Fixr. Find out more about the benefits of signing up here.
Of course you can! We give everyone the opportunity to attend one session for free before signing up. There is a committee member at every session who can answer any questions you might have.
Of course you can. The majority of our members are not competitive and all of our training sets offer adjustments to suit all abilities.
No, the club is only open to students of the University of Exeter.
Sadly, you must pay for any pool time outside of our sessions. We do however offer a pool based session almost every day and all but a few of our sessions are outside of lecture times.
Yes, we hold sessions throughout the whole year.
Unfortunately, you must pay for the full membership to join.