Welcome to Ole Miss Badminton Club! Hope you would enjoy this Olympic sport and have fun with us. For your better understanding of our beloved club, please kindly follow frequently asked questions.
You always to welcome to meet us in our regular practice time and the schedule is available on : http://www.olemissbadminton.com/Events
We also keep updating our;
Here are our club officers : http://www.olemissbadminton.com/Members
Our club is a "student lead - student run" organisation/sports club governed under the Department of Campus Recreation (DCR) and Dean of Students (DOS) office.
Students, Faculty/Staff members of the university are eligible to represent the club in competitions and participate our official club activities
Families of official members, and community members are also welcomed to join the club and participate in our practice time and social events.
Yes, the badminton club do collect membership fee of $20 in each regular semester (Fall and Spring); however, there are lots of benefits for the members who pay the dues.
1. Use of club practice time and participate special training sessions.
2. Receive free Competition-level shuttlecocks (birdies) for practice sessions
3. Use of club rackets.
4. Free supplies of racket strings and grip.
5. Reimbursement for the competition participation.
6. Club banquet (social event)
Membership fee is due from the existing member within first two weeks of the first practice day of the semester, and for new members it is two weeks after joining the club. Please feel free to talk with club officers if you have any concerns about paying the membership fee.
Yes, we are plan to make additional club t-shirt this year. If you want to have one, please contact club officers if you prefer to have one.
Please read : https://orgsync.com/27174/files/405003/download
Location : Turner Center (Basketball Court #1)
We planned following events in the 2014/2015 academic year
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