Thank you for visiting the University of Miami Sailing Team recruiting website. If you are a current high school junior or senior, please begin our recruitment process by filling out the survey below. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask that all potential recruits for the University of Miami Sailing Teams begin by filling out our intial interest survey. Shortly after, our Recruitment Director will reach out to via email to provide more information about our team and the school.
Unfortunately, due to new ICSA recruiting rules we cannot let recruits sail with our team. However, we do encourage all recruits to attend a practice, meeting, and workout to observe.
Our team practices four times a week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons. Additionally, we have team meetings on Monday evenings and require workout logs to be kept by all the sailors. To maintain active status on the team, sailors must attend three weekly practices, all meetings, and maintain their workout logs.
Admission to the University of Miami is very competitive. The number of applicants climbs dramatically every year. There were nearly 43,000 applicants for the class of 2025, making the admission rate 28%. Generally, the University of Miami is looking for A/A- students with an ACT score of at least 31 or an SAT score of at least 1350. That being said, there is always variability in accepted scores and grades.
Unfortunately, there are no sailing scholarships at the University of Miami nor any other schools. The ICSA rules prohibit sailing scholarships from exisiting. However, there are plenty of academic scholarships available, especially for candidates with need.
There is no better place to sail than at the University of Miami on beautiful Biscayne Bay. With perfect weather and wind conditions year round, the sailing never stops. Not only will you have opportunities for collegiate sailing as a member of the University of Miami Sailing Team, but oppurtunities to sail a wide array of boats in the local Miami community.