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Frequently Asked Questions
Indiana University Ski and Snowboard Club
How do I join?Click that join button right up there to pay dues! Also sign up for our emails to the most up to date information! Due paying members get all the benefits of being in the club. Then be sure to come to our callouts, meetings and events!
What does paying dues get me?Paying your dues gets you access to all of our big club events and is required if you join us on any of our trips out west, camping, or climbing. We use dues to help pay for events (and lots of drinks)as well as advertising, food, and our other operating expenses. It also gets you into any of our parties throughout the year for free-- we provide the drinks. Dues also get you to our tailgates, bar crawls, trips, socials, and any other shananigans we do this year! If you stay active, you'll get your money's worth. Best 30 bucks ever spent.
How can I stay involved?Don't by shy! Feel free to approach the officers, ask questions, get to know us! We also have weekly committee meetings if you want to be a part of the planning process for our events. Most importantly, come to the events, meet people, and join in on the discussion. And for the love of God, DO NOT FLY to our winter break trips. The bus ride is fu**** awesome. You'll meet a ton of awesome people and have a great time. I'm serious... don't fly. We'll find out.
I'm an awful at skiing/boarding... can I still join?Please do... we do much more then ski, either way who can ski well hungover? Not me. Join us for camping, tailgating, or any of our other adventures. Our members are from all over the place. You'll find us on blacks, double-blacks, off mountain, in the park, bunny hills, hospital, and everywhere in between. Even if you don't know anyone, we'll hook you up with a group to ski with.
What kind of events do you do?We do it all. Camping, climbing, rafting, boating, skiing, boarding, drinking, partying, horseback riding. We've been to all the premier resorts in UTHA, COLORADO, WYOMING, MONTANA, CALIFORNIA as well as regional trips to Michigan, Wisconsin, New York and West Virginia. We like to have a good time.
Tell me about those big ski trips?2 Big trips a year... 1 during Winter Break, usually the week before classes start, and 1 during Spring Break. We hit the best resorts in the country! Vail, Aspen, Jackson Hole, Big Sky, Steamboat, Park City, Telluride, and many more. Luxary lodging, transportation there, ski tickets all included. Our trips usually cost between $500-$800 a trip. You can rent your own equipment at a club discount, or bring your own!
I'm nervous about going on the trips cause I don't know anyone.Come anyway! I promise you that you will meet people on the bus, on the mountain, and at the bars that will become great friends. I went on my first trip not knowing anyone and came back with some great friends and great memories. Be sure to come to our meetings, and other events too to meet members, but even if you can't make it, you'd be surprised how close you get to people when you spend 30 hours in a bus with them (the bus ride is awesome though... you have to try it)!
When/What are your committee meetings?Without a dedicated group of people devoted to throwing all of our events and planning them, none of this would be able to happen, so each year, our committee plays a HUGE part in making this club a success. We're a family here at SSC, and no group is tighter then the committee, so get involved, and meet the people who help run this club year after year. All our officers are former committee members.
Committee Meetings are weekly in a location to be determined in the spring. All are welcome (and encouraged) to attend. Plus there's almost always free pizza. Make sure you are on our email list for updates and announcements on getting involved.