About the IFCSC

Mission Statement
The objective of the Conference is to provide the undergraduate collegiate fencer with the opportunity to compete with others in an institutional, educational setting, under the direction of coaches whose primary concern is the welfare of the fencers.

Membership
Membership in the conference shall be open to accredited four-year universities and colleges in the Southern California area.  All memberships must be approved by a majority of the members.  Membership shall continue subject to the approval of the Governing Council.

A school wishing to apply for membership must attend the Spring Coaches Meeting and put their case to the Governing Council.

Dues
The annual dues shall be $450.00 (four-hundred and fifty dollars).  Payment of the dues allows the institution to compete in all IFCSC meets, if otherwise qualified, and to one vote on the Governing Council. Checks should be made out to “Tim Robinson, IFCSC Treasurer”

Institutions not paying their dues or assessments by the end of the calendar year (December 31st) must pay the dues owed, plus a $50 fine, before the end of the academic year in May or June.

Governing Council
An authorized representative of each member institution serves as a voting member of the Governing Council.  An authorized representative is one who has been officially given that assignment by the Athletic or Recreation department of the institution.  Each member school has one vote.

Chair: Eric Holmgren (UCI)
Vice-Chair: Vacant
Treasurer: Tim Robinson (UCSB)
Secretary: Vacant
Data Entry: Tim Robinson (UCSB)
Webmaster:  Cody Chang (Claremont Alumnus) and Tim Robinson (UCSB)

Bylaws -Code of Operations V2.011

As of 31-Dec-2016

Intercollegiate Fencing Conference of Southern California