USA Swimming Club Coaches & Team Leaders,
USA Swimming clubs can now choose how to renew their athletes and non-athlete members for the 2023-2024 season. Through August 25, clubs will select whether they want to accept the responsibility of renewing their members or let their members self- renew. A “no response" will default to the self-renewal process.
Team leaders need to opt-in by August 25, 2023, to utilize bulk renewal for the 2023-2024 season. On September 1, 2023, SWIMS will reflect each club's choice. For further questions or FAQ’s click here.
Please log-in to your club account to opt-in.
For help navigating the opt-in process please utilize this guide:
How to opt-in to bulk renewal
What it means to opt-out of bulk renewal (or take no action in your SWIMS account) before Aug 25, 2023:
- Renewing members from your club will be required to complete their own membership renewals for the 2023-2024 season.
- The club will NOT be able to renew memberships; each member must handle their own renewals.
- USA Swimming will distribute a series of messages, prior to the member's expiration on December 31, 2023, including a step-by-step guide on how to renew.
- Membership support will come from your LSC registrar.
What it means to opt-in for bulk renewal:
- Your club is responsible for the management and completion of all the membership renewals for the upcoming 2023-2024 season.
- Clubs are required to inform their members that the club is renewing their annual USA Swimming membership and collecting the associated fee. (MN & MD clubs contact LSC registrars).
- Payment for bulk renewed members must be submitted by the club when the bulk renewal is submitted. Credit Card or ACH payments only.
- Members will not see their membership renewed for 2024 until USA Swimming has been paid.
- Membership support will come from your club and the LSC registrar.
If you have additional questions or want to know what it will look like for either bulk renew or self-renew, USA Swimming created two guides to help. The guides include screen shots and “how-to” instructions for either scenario: