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Two steps to becoming a fully fledged member of CUAC.

1. Please fill in the following Google form below. If you have any questions regarding membership please send them to ymw24@cam.ac.uk.

If you would like to keep up to date with the latest goings-on with CUAC but do not want to join immediately, please register your details with Will at wm274@cam.ac.uk and we will keep you updated with our training schedule by email. As it may take a few days to register your details please check our club calendar regularly for upcoming training session, events and competitions.

Full Membership
Joining CUAC costs just £65 per year and is essential if you wish to compete in a Varsity team. But once you meet us, you will realise that you want to get involved in CUAC well before any official clashes with ‘The Dark Side’ (Oxford). So come along, meet the rest of the club, train with us, come on our socials, and become a part of one of the oldest and best sports clubs in the university! Just a few of the many benefits of joining include:

  • Use of the track and modern facilities at Wilberforce Road
  • Technical coaching
  • Paid England Athletics Membership
  • Free competition entries
  • Transport to matches
  • Subsidised accommodation at major competitions
  • Subsidised warm weather training at Easter
  • Fantastic socials and the legendary post-Varsity party
 
CUH&H Summer Membership
CUAC works in partnership with its sister club, The Hare and Hounds, to provide discounted membership for its members. At a reduced rate of £35 per year, CUH&H athletes are able to train with CUAC during Easter term as well as compete for CUAC in Fresher’s Varsity, VFEAR and all Easter term competitions. For such competitions, CUH&H summer members receive the same benefits as CUAC full members, namely free competition entries and transport to matches.
 
Associate Membership
Associate membership is defined under section 3.b. of the constitution. At a cost of £65 per year, such members are entitled to make use of all CUAC facilities, attend all CUAC training sessions and make use of CUAC’s technical coaching. Associate members are also able to compete for CUAC in all non-student competitions.
Assiciate members do not have to be matriculated members of the University.