OSI is a club who has the responsibility for over 30 different sports clubs, tennis included. They help us with management and support us in every other way. The OSI fee is so they can continue to support us, and give students a good and cheap training offer.
Tennis Membership fee fall 2017
The membership fee covers court rent for all common practices, around 6/week until the end of November.
PS! We also offer half semester fee for students who want to join after October 19th. Non-students need to pay for the whole semester.
Half semester fee student 300kr.
1 day beginner course 70kr.
4-week beginner course 250kr.
You will ned to vipps the amount to this number: 126287 for the beginner course. It's important to write: "Beginner course, OSI Tennis" in the message.
For International students without a vipps account, we will send you an invoice at the end of the semester.
Team fee and other team expenses
Team fee 700kr.
The team fee covers Court fee 1/week for each team, both in the outdoor season and 10 weeks in the indoor season at Hasle. It also cover the cost of having a team in the division.
Other team expenses:
Other team expenses is balls for the team (estimated 200kr/semester), and court and ball fee for the division matches next summer (estimated 200/home match...H1 had 2 home matches, D1 had 4 last season, so it differs).
Everyone need to pay a licence to NTF to be able to play in the division and tournaments in Norway in general. The licence is on 420kr and last from January - December. If you're not really eager and want to play tournaments this fall, then i suggest you wait until the spring semester to pay this.
Estimated expenses to be on the team, fall 2017 is therefore 1620kr/student and 1800/non-student, with all fees included, exept the NTF licence.
All fees are per person.
PS! When paying, you will be charged an extra 10 kr + 4% of the sum charged. For example, when paying the membership fee of 600 kr, you will be charged 10 kr + 24 kr, in total 34 kr, which will go to the people responsible for the homepage.