In-Person Training Update
We will be holding in-person training this Fall for some of our clubs starting Tuesday, August 31st!
Rec Sports is currently working to fulfill our mission of serving UC Berkeley students and the campus community of staff, faculty, retiree, and emeriti while recovering from over a year of pandemic-related operations. As such, we cannot offer access to the RSF or pools to non-UC Berkeley affiliated community members at this time. Departmental leadership will assess our ability to expand access to these facilities at the end of the fall semester and will provide an update at that time.
Face coverings are required!
To register for classes:
- Go to https://shop.rs.berkeley.edu/Program/GetProducts
- Click on “Fall 2021“
- Scroll down to the martial arts club of your choice
All participants must sign the mandatory UCMAP liability waiver before starting any UCMAP training (in person or virtual)!
Virtual & Hybrid Training Options
Clubs not offering in-person training are still offering virtual training. The virtual option may also be offered for in-person training for students who are unable to attend in person.
Please click the links below to find out which clubs are offering in-person training. We will update the schedule as offerings change.
UC Open Taekwondo and Yongmudo Tournaments
The UC Open Taekwondo and Yongmudo tournaments are postponed until at least the Fall of 2022. We greatly appreciate your understanding and your ongoing support for our program and tournaments. We appreciate your flexibility as we thoughtfully transition out of a year of pandemic-related operations.
To follow the latest campus developments, please visit Berkeley News.
THANK YOU! In our recent April campaign, over 100 of you donated over $30,000 toward our return to campus! We are overwhelmed by your financial generosity. Visit our Sponsors Wall to see a recognition of those who have donated!
Missed the opportunity? You can always give to our Development Fund, which is open year round for donations! We’re a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donation is tax-deductible. Every little bit counts!
We appreciate you, our martial arts family, for your ongoing support of our mission to bring a quality martial arts education to the Cal community!
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