Registration is now open for Syracuse Skating School’s Fall Session at Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion. Learn-to-Skate, Learn-to-Play Hockey, Play Sled Hockey, and Freestyle and Ice Dance classes are all available. All classes are free for full-time Syracuse University and SUNY ESF students. Fees apply for all others. Please follow the links below for information on dates, times, and pricing.
Register by Saturday, Sept. 18.
Ice skating is a great way to stay physically fit and have fun! We offer small-group lessons for all skill levels and abilities. Whatever your skating goal, our coaches can help you achieve it. Rental skates are included. All classes are 30 minutes and meet between 10 a.m. and noon on Saturdays.
You’re never too old to strap on the pads, lace up the skates, and learn how to play hockey! Classes are geared toward novice and intermediate players, but players of all levels are welcome to participate. Our sessions focus on skating/edge work, basic hockey skills, small area games, and just having fun on the ice. Full hockey pads are required, including a helmet with a full face shield or cage. Helmets and skates are available for use. Other padding must be supplied by the participant.
Please note: there is a skating prerequisite for this class. Visit our program page for more details.
Sled hockey is an adaptive form of hockey and is a great way to stay physically fit and have fun! We offer lessons for all skill levels and abilities. Participants with and without disabilities are welcome to enroll. All sled hockey classes are 45 minutes and include free use of sled, sticks, and helmets. Gloves and elbow pads are recommended but are not provided. Other padding is optional.
Our Freestyle and Ice Dance class teaches skaters advanced techniques and is geared toward more experienced skaters and those that have passed the core Learn-to-Skate levels. Classes include 45 minutes of instruction plus 10 minutes of free skate.
This event was published on August 27, 2021.
- Health and Wellness
- South Campus
- Open to
- Free for full-time students; Fees apply for all others
- Barnes Center at The Arch
- Aaron Landers
- Contact Aaron Landers to request accommodations
- General parking is available in the visitor lot next to the upper tennis courts. Accessible parking is available at the rear of the building.