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Rowing

The Rowing program is designed to teach and promote the sport of rowing in the Iowa City and surrounding areas. Programs are designed for every skill level, from beginner to advanced. We offer learn to row sessions, adult, high school, and adaptive rowing programs.

Take a look at our current program offerings on our adult and junior pages.

Questions about the program? Contact our rowing program coordinator at danelle-stipes@uiowa.edu or 319-384-1292. We hope to see you on the water soon!

Why Row?

  • It's a great workout for both the upper and lower body. Even better? It's a low-impact exercise.
  • It's all about teamwork! You'll make great friends and learn how to work well with your teammates. 
  • But rowing is also great for setting personal goals, too.
  • Rowing is a great sport all levels and all ages. Whether you're in high school, retired, athletic, or not, you can be a rower.
  • Scholarships! There are a lot of scholarships available to rowers, and not a lot of  high school rowers. You do the math.
  • Competition is available if you're looking for it. Our team travels to beautiful places around the country to compete against other rowing clubs.

 The P. Sue Beckwith, M.D., Boathouse is not available to be rented out. If you have questions about the Boathouse, please contact Athletics Facilities staff

Contact Us

Name Job Title Email Phone Number
Danelle Stipes Assistant Director, Hawkeye Community Rowing danelle-stipes@uiowa.edu 319-384-1292