The Faculty Swimming Club
The Haverford College Faculty Swimming Club will not be accepting any additional non-campus memberships for the 2016 summer season.
To add your name to the waiting list for a membership, please visit the link below.
Returning members will receive membership materials via email in mid-April. If you have changed your email address since last season, please contact the Membership Secretary in order to provide the new address.
The Haverford Faculty Swimming Club invites faculty members, staff, students and alumni of Haverford College and Bryn Mawr College to join for the summer season of 2016. The pool is a delightful place to cool off during the hot summer months.Schedule: The pool will open on Saturday, May 28th. From May 28th through June 5th, the pool will be open only on weekends (and Memorial Day). The lifeguard will post signs at the pool in case of late openings. The dates and hours that the pool will be open are:
The pool is closed in the event of rain or electrical storm, and is at the discretion of the lifeguard when the temperature is 75° F or below. If in doubt, call the pool at 610-649-9712. We are pleased that Rich Koshgerian will be continuing as Lifeguard, and we welcome back Niall Doherty who will be assisting Rich.
Fees: For current membership rates, please contact Douglas S. Davis, the club Membership Secretary.
Lap Swim: One 25 meter lane will be available at all times for adults-only lap swimming.
Children at the Pool: All children 12 years of age and younger must be supervised by a parent or caregiver at all times. Unless specifically listed on the family membership application, caregivers must check in with the lifeguard upon arrival at the pool. It is recommended that children who are not yet potty trained wear swim diapers covered either by plastic pants or a tight swim suit.
Toys and Floatation Devices: Toys and inflatables are allowed in the small (kiddie) pool. NO INFLATABLES allowed in large pool (The only exception would be bathing suits where floatation is sewn in to the suit.) Toys allowed in the large pool: soft balls (when pool is not to crowded), diving sticks, diving rings, and other diving toys that sink, not float.
Guest Policy During Regular Hours: The guest fee is $2.00 per person per visit. Members must pay for their guests at the time they arrive and inform the lifeguard as to their guest’s swimming ability. All guests must be accompanied by their host member(s) at all times. Please remember that a guest is considered to be an individual outside the member household. During membership hours no more than 15 guests are allowed per member. If a member wishes to bring more than 15 guests, the pool may be reserved for use prior to or after membership hours (see "Parties" below).
Food and Drink: Food and drinks are allowed at the pool with the following restrictions: No glass bottles. No Alcohol. No food or drink in the pool or on the surrounding pool deck. No chewing gum.
Parties: Members may rent the pool outside of regular hours for $60.00 per hour plus $1.00 per person (up to $70.00). Please make arrangements directly with Rich.
Swimming Lessons: Our Lifeguard will offer swimming classes Monday through Friday for two or three weeks toward the end of June. These dates are not set at this point, so please contact Rich to determine the exact times and dates, and to sign up your child for lessons. Your child must be tall enough to stand in the shallow end of the pool with his/her head above water.
Location: The pool can be seen on the this campus aerial view.
To Join: Last year's members will receive an email regarding membership renewal in early April of each year. New members should contact Douglas S. Davis, the club Membership Secretary, in order to receive the membership materials.
Membership Cards: Membership cards are not issued. The lifeguard will confirm your membership status upon your arrival at the pool.
See you at the pool!