NEWS

(Oct 3, 2017) Our Fall season is over. Spring season 2018 will run from April 2 to May 22. The initial meeting is on Monday 4/2 at the boathouse. In the meantime, subscribe to our mailing list:  http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/mitrc to keep up with announcements about winter ERGing and rowga.

(Sep 1, 2017)
WDS has provided us with refreshed navigation maps of the Charles river area, check them out to avoid accidents.  There's a map for the larger river and one for the basin near MIT. 

(Sep 1, 2017) 
The fall season kickoff meeting will be on Tuesday Sep 5 at 6am, Pierce Boathouse. 

(May 12, 2017)
Our Summer season will run June 12th to August 18th  For the summer, Learn-to-Row (LTR) will be once per week, 6-8 am.   Our Fall season will run September 5th to October 27th.   Join our  email list (http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/mitrc) to keep up with announcements.
MITRC TLDR

  • MITRC is a community-run, co-ed rowing club open to all MIT affiliates.
  • MITRC offers programs for all experience levels--from novice to experienced--and all levels of commitment--from recreational to competitive. 
  • Our competitive men's and women's teams commit to training more regularly and participate in several regattas throughout the year, including the Head of the Charles.
  • Prospective MIT undergrads: if you are looking for MIT's varsity rowing program, you probably want to look into the MIT varsity crew
  • Join our mailing list: http://mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/mitrc to keep up with important announcements.
  • Contact row@mit.edu for more information.
MITRC is open to all  MIT affiliates with an interest in complimenting their academic experience at the world's finest university with a dedication to the greatest sport on earth! During the fall, spring and summer seasons, we hold practice every weekday on the Charles River, rowing's most storied waterway. In the winter, we hold training sessions three times a week that are free and open to the entire MIT community.

MITRC offers Learn-to-Row novice programs for beginners during the fall, spring and summer seasons. Recreational rowers are welcome to participate as many (or as few) times a week as they like.