Ice Overview

General Overview

The Columbus Figure Skating Club purchases ice and holds sessions for the exclusive use of its members at the Ohio State University ice rink. This allows the club to determine what types and lengths of sessions best serve our current membership needs. In the past, CFSC has offered high and low freestyle, lo-basic, synchro, patch, power and high and low dance!

At present, most sessions are general sessions, and dance may be practiced on general sessions.  For the safety of all skaters, a skater must be at least at Basic Skills Level 6 or equivalent to skate on club ice.

Each skater is responsible for following the ice rules. Parents, please make certain that your pro has reviewed the rules with your skater.

An ice contract is offered for set periods of time, which ensures that our ice costs are covered by our members. Purchasing ice on contract gives the buyer the lowest price for the sessions.  Sessions are not refundable for any reason unless cancelled or withdrawn by the club. Skaters not on contract may skate standby if room permits, paying with either a purchased card or cash.

Since the club, not the rink, runs the session skaters need to check in with the ice monitor at rink side to pay or ask any questions. Rink and front desk staff are unable to answer your club questions.

We are always looking for monitors! Monitors take attendance, collect money, and play music. Ice Monitors receive a $5.50 credit per hour served to apply to future purchase of ice. Please contact the Ice Chair, if you would like to monitor a session.

Monitors, if you are going to unexpectedly miss a session, it is your responsibility to see that a substitute is found.

Questions?  Contact the ice monitor or Ice Chair.

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