Welcome 2012-2013 freshers and returning students!
Fancy learning to dive? We are starting a beginners Ocean Diver course very soon! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are a past member or already have a dive qualification you can purchase membership for this society online here.
Leeds University Union Sub Aqua Club (LUUSAC) is a multi award winning scuba diving club. We are a branch of the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC).
LUUSAC is one of the largest, cheapest and most active diving clubs in the UK. We have around 100 active members and every year take on up to 30 complete beginners to diving. We also take on divers from other organisations (PADI, CMAS, etc.). For more information on training and what we can offer please visit our website or use the email link (top right) to get in touch with any queries.
For those people who don't want to train, not to worry. We have a dedicated expeditions committee who organise trips throughout the year so there is always something going on. The British waters have a large range of marine life and ship wrecks to dive so there is always something going on. It's not just "cold" water diving though: we also have a trip abroad each year for training. This year's destination is Lanzarote!
If you have never dived before then we run cheap try dive sessions throughout the year. E-mail email@example.com to book!
For more information about BSAC, LUUSAC and diving in general please visit www.luusac.co.uk or come and see us in The Fenton pub any Thursday from 8.30pm onwards - we'll be the people wearing very fetching LUUSAC hoodies.
While LUUSAC is primarily a diving society we also have a rich social aspect to the club. As well as holding our weekly pub sessions at The Fenton, we also hold a number of awesome socials throughout the year. For more information on what we get up to have a look here.
Diving - UK and Abroad
As a British club we do the majority of our diving in UK waters, with one overseas training trip per year. The prospect of diving in the UK is not as terrible as many people imagine - in fact with the United Kingdom's rich naval history and largely unknown marine biodiversity, it can be far more thrilling than most foreign dive sites.
Find out more!
To find out more about our society, membership, what we do, when we meet etc. visit our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.