Interested in SCUBA at Sheffield University? Welcome to SUSAC!

Hello to you SCUBA-interested-person!

If you’re considering doing some SCUBA diving at the University of Sheffield, then read on! SUSAC, the Sheffield University Sub-Aqua Club, offers training and diving to all students at the University.  Whether you’ve never dived before, or have a qualification from another dive club, SUSAC can provide what you need.

In the new academic year we will be having a series of events to recruit new members.  If you have never dived before and want to try it out commitment-free, or you are already a diver and want to continue diving at the University, then read on.

If you have any questions about SUSAC before then, you can contact us by emailing info@susac.com

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For those who have never dived before, and want an opportunity to try it out before signing up for full diver training, you can attend our

Give it a Go event “Try SCUBA Diving”

at Goodwin Sports Centre

Buy tickets from our stall at the Sports Fair or from Student Union Give it a Go

Ticket Links:
Sunday 23rd September 2018

3pm Session Sold Out,   3.30 Session Sold Out,   4pm Session,   4.30pm Session 

Sunday 30th September 2018

12 noon Session, 12.30pm Session, 1pm Session, 1.30pm Session

 

Please bring swimwear, a t-shirt to wear in the water and a towel

These are held at the University swimming pool and allow you to experience diving with one-on-one supervision from one of our nationally qualified instructors.  You will need your swimming costume, a t-shirt and a towel. You must be able to swim for this event. For full details of how the Give it a Go Try SCUBA Dives run, go to our Try Dives page. To buy tickets online follow the link then choose your date and 1/2 hour time slot!

Finally, if you are considering joining the Club, make sure to come along to our

Club Information and Sign Up Meeting

24th September and 1st October 2018 – 7pm-9pm in Hicks Building, room F20

At this meeting a member of the committee will give a 30 minute talk on how the club works, the diving we do, the training we provide, and the costs to our members. Afterwards you can ask any questions you have about the club, and then if you are still keen, you can sign up as a member and receive diver training from one the UK’s most active prolific student dive clubs.  The meeting will be followed by a welcome social in the Interval bar.