Once you’ve made the fantastic decision to join OUAC, please contact either the President Ralph Eliot, the Men’s Captain Adam McBraida or the Women’s Captain Katie Holder (see the committee page and pick whoever you most like the look of!), who will happily guide you through the next steps.
You are required to fill in the Membership Form (pdf) once you’ve decided that you’ll be training with us for sure. Pigeon post all completed forms to:
St. Johns College
with a cheque payable to OUAC. The membership is valid for the current academic year. Any questions just contact the Honourary Secretary who will be happy to assist you.
As a member you enjoy the following benefits:
- Free track usage.
- Discounted sports massages.
- Access to UKA level 4 qualified coaches.
- Circuit training once a week in Michaelmas and Hillary term.
- Access to the Iffley Rd Gym once a week in term time.
- Transport and entry to all Oxford v Cambridge fixtures plus many more competitions throughout the year.
- Many social events.
- Your personal athlete profile. Contact the webmaster to modify your profile
The club maintains three mailing lists, a members only, an alumni and a list for anybody who is interested in athletics. As a member of the club you will be automatically added to the members mailing list.
|OUAC members||OUAC alumni||OUAC general|
|List Subscription||automatic after membership fee has been received||contact the president, alumni only|
|Posting||all members||all members, moderated||committee members|
|Purpose||All relevant information for members of the club including the weekly newsletter, competitions, social events and any other business.||Keeping our alumni up to date with main achievements of the club and main social events. It also comes with an alumni newsletter.||Announcements of social events and OUAC competitions including cuppers.|
You can manage all your subscription using the following oucs service page https://maillist.ox.ac.uk/maillist/-/subs/.
Please respect the fact that this email will be received by many people (usually more than 100). Where possible, address your email to individuals, not the whole maillist.