The early-bird registration deadline is only 2 months away. Registrations received after October 15th are subject to U.S. Ski & Snowboard late fees for renewing members 13 and over. However, your division or state organization may impose late fees for younger members as well. We encourage you to register now.
Please follow the steps below to renew your U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership:
• Go to my.usskiandsnowboard.org. Login to the existing account on the right or click "create an account" on the left to establish a new account.
• Any member turning 18 and older is now required to have their own My U.S. Ski & Snowboard account in order to complete membership requirements to activate membership.
• Primary members on the account will find their "renew membership" link in the status line on the left in the "my account" box. Linked members should click their box in the linked member section of the "my account" box. Their "renew membership" link will appear above in the status line.
• Please check the membership cart to the right as memberships may already be populated. Be certain the correct membership is in the purchase cart.
• Complete the renewal process for each member you wish to register.
• Check the emailed receipt to ensure all information is correct, including the membership category and member's date of birth.
• U.S. Ski & Snowboard offers a family cap for those purchasing memberships for immediate family. If the total of U.S. Ski & Snowboard memberships (excluding bonus packs, decals, division dues, FIS) is greater than $500, you may request a credit of the overage. When your family has registered, please email Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide the names and U.S. Ski & Snowboard ID numbers of all family members.
Members turning 18 or older during the season may have one or more of the following membership requirements: background screening, annual SafeSport training and the Introduction to Avalanches course. Please keep in mind that background screenings may be delayed. Please anticipate 4-6 weeks for turnaround; international screenings will take longer.
Please keep in mind that U.S. Ski & Snowboard does not refund membership dues or FIS license fees once purchased.
U.S. Ski & Snowboard Member Services will gladly assist with questions on your username and/or password.
The United States Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) alpine ski racing program offers a network of competitive opportunities for ski racers of all ages from coast to coast. The country is split into three geographic racing regions including West, Rocky/Central, and Eastern. The USSA Central Division is part of the Rocky/Central Region. There are four local regions within the Central Division. These regions are defined geographically as:
Central The area of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, LaCrosse County, Wisconsin and Iowa west of Route 63
The area of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan west of Route 77, Wisconsin (except for LaCrosse County), Iowa east of Route 63, Illinois and Missouri
The area of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan east of Route 77
The area of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky
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