Membership Info

The University of Calgary Athletic Club (UCAC) is committed to providing appropriate opportunities for competition and development for their athletes, coaches and volunteers to ensure they may achieve personal levels of excellence in athletics.

UCAC provides training and competition opportunities for athletes ages 14 and older and works in partnership with the Dino Athletic program at the University of Calgary.

Potential new members would like to tryout UCAC:

  • Contact UCAC office. Doug Lamont     
  • Athlete will be assigned to a training group for a Two Week Tryout. Fill out waiver below and send to Robbie
  • First day of tryout, apply for an Athletics Alberta Free Two Week Tryout membership
  • Within the two week period, confirm that you with to continue or not. If continuing, complete membership process below.

UCAC Membership registration 2019-20


If you would like to get access to the indoor facilities we need 2 things:

1) the online registration

2) the paper waiver send to  UCAC Office 

Indoor Facility Waiver – Minor             Indoor Facility Waiver – Adult   posted September 29, 2019

  • Indoor Waivers must be submitted by Wednesday for access to be available the following Monday.

UCAC membership Renewal will be done online this year

If you are an Athletic Alberta membership in 2019, you can use the Lookup function and the form be complete in some parts. You will need to me in the main of the form

When you select the athlete’s age CATEGORY

  • Since this is a registration for 2020, the athlete age is determined at December 31, 2020

Proceed to Step 2


  • Credit card/Interac/Paypal – the is a processing fee is absorbed in to membership cost

Volunteer Cheque

  • The Board voted at the last Board meeting to discontinue the need for a Volunteer cheque.
  • In place: “Failure to meet volunteer obligations by May 1st will result in an athlete having to pay their own entry fees until their volunteer commitment is met”

Athletics Alberta Informed Consent form – sign

have read and agree to the text above

Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP)

have read and agree to the text above

PARENTS and GUARDIANS Code of Conduct

            I have read and agree to the text above

UCAC Conditions of Membership

            I have read and agree to the text above

UCAC Media Release Form

            I have read and agree to the text above

The registrant must type his/her name into the textbox below to confirm they agree to all waivers above.

Confirm Registration

Athletics Alberta Registration via Trackie

            Be sure to select UCAC as your club

Breakdown of Fee Structure


All members must complete UCAC and Athletics Alberta applications for membership and must agree to the terms and conditions contained therein. Athletics Alberta is the governing body for Track and Field.

All members are required to pay the UCAC and Athletics Alberta fees.

To register with the University of Calgary Athletics Club, download and fill out this form and return it (along with payment by etransfer, chequ or cash) to Doug Lamont or your coach.

Membership Fees

Membership fees include entry fees, coaching, training facilities, equipment, and administration.

Athletics Alberta (AA) membership provides liability insurance coverage; therefore athletes are not permitted to train or compete until the AA registration fee is paid. Membership fees are not normally refundable.

Athlete Accounts

Athletes can deposit money into their accounts or earn credits from events such as bingos and other fundraisers. Once an athlete has a positive account balance, they can use this account to pay for membership fees, transportation, team clothing, etc. from this account.


Athletes or parents are required to volunteer for the following meets each year:

  • Calgary Spring Challenge
    • Hosted by UCAC in May each year
  • Three (3) Calgary Track Council hosted meets
    • Calgary Indoor Track Series
    • New Balance Athletics Series

Volunteers will work under the supervision of a carded official and require no additional experience. A volunteer works shifts of 4 hours and sometimes longer, with lunches provided at most meets. UCAC also encourages their members to take officiating training if possible.


Presently, there are no required fund raising ventures that club members must complete. The club does offer opportunities for fund raising in the form of Bingos and Casinos. Athletes who work the fund raising opportunities will receive credits to use towards membership fees and competition expenses.

Training Times

Training days and times will depend on assigned training group and expectations of coach.



Foothills Track
Glenmore Track


Olympic Oval
Olympic Oval Track
Jack Simpson Track

Club Uniform

Members are required to wear the UCAC Uniform in competition. New members will be provided with a UCAC Singlet and the athlete will need to provide their own black shorts. Other UCAC clothing is available for purchase. Additional logos may be added to the basic uniform when corporate sponsorship is involved. Board approval as to the size, positioning and nature of the additional logos is required.

Competition Seasons

UCAC members have the opportunity to compete throughout the year. Basically, the seasons are:

Cross Country
Beginning of September – End of November*
Indoor Season
Beginning of December – Middle of March*
Outdoor Season
End of April – End of August*

* = length of season can vary for each individual

Athletes are selected to compete in various meets as deemed appropriate by their coaches. Athletes aged 17 and under must have a parent’s permission to attend these meets.

Selection of athletes is based on commitment to training, past performance and competition needs. The coach and athlete may look at the fixtures list and plan a year-long agenda for competition that will aid the athlete in determining their financial requirements for the year.

UCAC will arrange travel and accommodation for club-selected competitions and pay entry fees. Athletes will be invoiced for their portion of the travel and accommodation expenses. Athletes may choose to make their own travel arrangements.

Athletes must indicate their wish to participate in a meet by the indicated deadlines.


Parents are encouraged to act as chaperones at out of town meets. Those interested should contact their child’s coach or the office. UCAC will determine the number of chaperones required and will pay for the accommodation and travel. Chaperones should ensure they are familiar with the Athletics Alberta Harassment Policy and Procedures Manual.