1.) This is how the team stays in touch with each other. On your smartphone, download “Team App” and create an account. When it sends you a welcome email login then search for “UNH Sailing” team. Request to join as a Player/Official. Once you are on the team’s menu, click on “Settings” then “Member Details”. Please fill out all including phone number, and major in your “Contact Details”. Put your major in the “Occupation” section.
2.) Sign up on the Campus Rec website.
3.) A swim test is required prior to your first sail.
The swim test is administered at either the pool on campus or at Mendums. Swim 25 yds and tread water for 5 minutes. Your swim test card will be signed and can be turned into the captain at practice. Should you want to take the swim test on campus and depending on time of year it can be taken at the outdoor or indoor pool. If so please speak to the captain at a team meeting for the swim test verification card.
4.) Trying it out You must complete the swim test and online registration forms in order to sail during the intro phase the first week.
5.) In order to become a member of the team you must also complete the Hazing Workshop, sign the Anti-hazing Pledge, attend the TIDE presentation and pay yearly dues of $400.
5.) Dues In order to get to practice and regattas we must rent vans, maintain our boats and facility. Dues are important to keep the team running. Sailing has the lowest dues in the university given what you get for them. Dues are $400 for the entire school year. After paying your dues as a first year sailor you will receive a t-shirt. Please pay either online with credit card through the Campus Rec registration page or pay with cash/check at the Campus Rec front desk. You will be given several days to try sailing out before dues must be paid. Need to pay in installments? Please speak to the Commodore or a Captain. No student is ever denied the ability to join and sail due to lack of money.
Keep your receipt and show it to the team treasurer so the roster can be updated.
6.) Racing Sign up on http://www.collegesailing.org/directory/individual
7.) Come to practice and have fun!