FAQFrequently Asked Questions
What is chiropractic?
What kind of education do doctors of chiropractic have?
How can I get a rugby scholarship?
How do I know if I am eligible for admission?
What is rugby?
Rugby is a fast paced, team-oriented, contact sport that originated in England in the 19th Century.
There are two formats; 15 players per side and 7 players per side. In the 15s format, games are played in two, 40-minute halves. In 7s, each half is 7 minutes long. The sport is exceptionally dynamic and free-flowing and requires every player to pass, catch, kick, tackle, and run. All athletes play both offense and defense and decision making is widely distributed. There are positions for all body types and the sport is known for being both inclusive and community-minded.
Rules are the same for male and female athletes and very little equipment is required to engage beyond cleated boots and a mouth guard.
Is rugby dangerous?
What are some benefits of playing rugby?
Do you take on players who are new rugby?
What equipment will I need, especially if I am new to rugby?
Do I need to pay dues right away in order to play?
How much are dues to play for a season?
Do I have to be a student at the college to play?
Do you take on international players that are not students?
Is it true that the Life West have an international rugby coach?
Is the program amateur or high performance?
What competitions do you compete in?
Do you play 7s?
How long is rugby season?
Sevens Rugby starts immediately after the XV’s season and runs until the first week in August