MBAC NEWS

There are only 2 weeks of camp left this season before it is time to hit the books, so to celebrate the remaining weeks of summer we are offering a Back-to-School Special where you can save 10% when you sign up for both weeks 10 and 11 (August 12-16 and August 19-23)! 

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There are only 2 weeks of camp left this season before it is time to hit the books, so to celebrate the remaining weeks of summer we are offering a Back-to-School Special where you can save 10% when you sign up for both weeks 10 and 11 (August 12-16 and August 19-23)! 

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Back to School Special: Save 10% on weeks 10 & 11!

There are several different categories of students who register for and enjoy semester-long watersports classes. Which category are you?

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There are several different categories of students who register for and enjoy semester-long watersports classes. Which category are you?

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5 types of students in semester-long watersports classes – Which type are you?

A core tenant of the culture at MBAC is to ensure access to watersports for all who wish to participate. For persons with disabilities or other limitations, enjoying watersports can seem like an impossibility. Our goal is to make the impossible possible.

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A core tenant of the culture at MBAC is to ensure access to watersports for all who wish to participate. For persons with disabilities or other limitations, enjoying watersports can seem like an impossibility. Our goal is to make the impossible possible.

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Accessibility Update: Blind Wakeboarder Scott Leason to compete at Worlds

One of the most frequently asked questions about ENS
watersports classes is “How do I get there from campus?” More and more students
are coming to SDSU without a car, and beginning Fall 2019 incoming freshman
living on campus will not be permitted to have a car their first year. While it
might seem like not having a car is a roadblock to taking a class off campus,
there are plenty of other ways to get from SDSU to Mission Bay Aquatic Center,
and we have listed them below.

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One of the most frequently asked questions about ENS
watersports classes is “How do I get there from campus?” More and more students
are coming to SDSU without a car, and beginning Fall 2019 incoming freshman
living on campus will not be permitted to have a car their first year. While it
might seem like not having a car is a roadblock to taking a class off campus,
there are plenty of other ways to get from SDSU to Mission Bay Aquatic Center,
and we have listed them below.

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How to get to MBAC from SDSU
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Back to School Special: Save 10% on weeks 10 & 11!
5 types of students in semester-long watersports classes – Which type are you?
Accessibility Update: Blind Wakeboarder Scott Leason to compete at Worlds
How to get to MBAC from SDSU
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How to get to MBAC from SDSU

One of the most frequently asked questions about ENS watersports classes is “How do I get there from campus?” More and more students are coming to SDSU without a car, and beginning Fall 2019 incoming freshman living on campus will not be permitted to have a car their first year. While it might seem like not having a car is a roadblock to taking a class off campus, there are plenty of other ways to get from SDSU to Mission Bay Aquatic Center, and we have listed them below.

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