There’s still time to sign-up for summer watersports classes for adults. Summer Session 2 of SDSU Exercise and Nutritional Sciences watersports classes run July 8 through August 15. Current SDSU students can earn college credit, but anyone interested in learning a new watersport is welcome to enroll. Read More
The class schedule for MBAC college credit and recreational classes is now available online at the MBAC website. Students who wish to avoid the hassle of adding classes for credit after the semester begins can now choose their classes on the college credit class schedule and enroll for the unit during the normal add period. Read More
Whether you need an additional unit to fill up your schedule, or you’d prefer to not worry about the credit and just take a class for fun, there is still time to enroll in one of the semester-long classes offered at MBAC this fall. If you’re adding a class for credit be sure to add the unit by September 12.
Semester-long classes are offered in all of our sports including wakeboarding, surfing, stand up paddling, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, and rowing. Many sports offer intermediate and advanced level classes so you can continue to develop your skills and earn additional units.
SDSU students can pick up add codes on campus this week on Campanile Walk, or can pick one up at the MBAC during their first class session. You can also get an add code by phone by calling (858) 488-1000 between the hours of 8am and 6pm Tuesday through Sunday.
USD students can learn more about the classes at the EDRC Watersports Class Orientation on the USD campus on Monday, September 10, from 1pm-2pm, or can stop by the MBAC tent in front of the UC from September 5-12.
Beginning May 23rd, MBAC will be offering summer-long classes in sailing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, surfing, sea kayaking, stand up paddling, and rowing. These classes are a great way for you to get on the water during San Diego’s favorite season. Read More
Registration for our college credit watersports classes is happening now and whether you are a student or not, there is no better way to learn a new watersport than in these semester-long classes. Both SDSU and USD students are able to earn college credit for completion of these classes, however, members of the public and students from other schools are encouraged to take advantage of the great value of the extended classes. Read More
There are more students taking semester-long classes at MBAC this semester than ever before. The addition of stand up paddling as a class and the increasing popularity of surfing seem to be the primary contributors to the growth of the program. The new offering of intermediate surfing, which allows beginning surfers the opportunity to return for a second semester of surfing, may be another contributor. Read More