How much does the event cost?
Adult: $20 through April 21 and $25 thereafter
Student: $12 through April 21 and $20 thereafter.
(A student is someone 18 or under, or someone with a valid college I. D.)
Children 11 years and younger-free (no tee shirt). If you want a tee shirt, you will need to pay the student entry fee.
How do I sign up?
To sign up for BPC, you may do so online at Active.com or mail the waiver and registration form to the address in the brochure, or drop of the registration and waiver form to the SAC main office between 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday up to Friday April 26th, 2013. Alternatively, you can register in person at the course on race day by 9:30 a.m.
Where can I see my results?
On race day results will be posted at the race course. Later you can check back on the Bear Paws website.
Can I make a donation without participating in the event?
Absolutely! For the 2012 race, there are incentive gifts for those who donate $50, $75 or $100 or more, To donate, simply fill out the registration form on the brochure (so we can send you a receipt for your gift) and either mail it in or drop it off at the SAC. Be sure to indicate youor size if you want the gift!
Where can I park for the event?
Parking for Bear Paws for a Cause is available in the Rita Tallent Picken Center for the Arts Parking Lot just northeast of the cross country course and on campus. Entrance to the lot is located on University Drive near the corner with Petrifying Springs Road (County Highway JR).
What is Age Graded Scoring?
Age grading is a way of putting all race participants on a level playing field, regardless of age or gender. Age-graded scores compare your race times to an ideal time for your age and gender. (see 'age graded scoring')
Are dogs allowed?
We love dogs, but unfortunately they are not permitted on the course. At this time only bears are allowed, well, only Ranger Bear!
To receive a t-shirt, you need to be registered by April 7th, 2013.