Financial Policy

Financial Policy

EYHA Fiscal Policies - Adopted June 2012

(see details for each policy below)

  • Refund Policy
  • No Pay to No Play Policy
  • League Fee Payment Schedule
  • Financial Agreement for Payment Plans
  • Blue Jacket Scholarship Fund


 $100 NON-REFUNDABLE ADMINISTRATIVE FEE: This fee is part of your players EYHA house league fees. Fee covers league administrative and registration costs, secures your spot, equipment (jersey/socks) and evaluation costs.



  • Payments made toward a skater's total EYHA fees will be refunded in full (less a $100 administrative fee) if the skater decides not play on or before September 30.
  • After September 30, refunds will only be given in cases where the skater relocates outside the Columbus area or is unable to participate due to injury.
  • In the case of relocation or injury, refunds will be prorated based on a calculation of the % of total ice time the team has utilized at the time a decision to not play is communicated to the affected coach and EYHA (less a $100 administrative fee).

Any player who leaves EYHA without paying the entire season fee will be reported to USA Hockey as “not in good standing”. Balances will not be carried over to the next season. Any member who does not satisfy an outstanding balance from any prior season with CAHA, CCYHA, EYHA or any travel team will not be allowed to register for EYHA until the balance is paid in full.

The Board may also review requests for refunds for other extraordinary circumstances at their sole discretion. All refund requests must be made in writing to the Treasurer who will present them to the Board. All requests must have verifiable evidence of injury, relocation or other extraordinary circumstance. If the board does grant a refund, it will be a pro rata portion of the unused fee. No refund requests will be considered past November 25th of the current season.



Players who do not maintain their accounts on a timely basis may be suspended in accordance to EYHA No Pay – No Play Policy. Any player with an outstanding balance in excess of 15 days past a scheduled due date will not be allowed to return to his or her respective team until the balance is paid or satisfactory arrangements have been made with the program's Treasurer.


If you anticipate any difficulty in meeting the payment schedule, you are obligated to notify the EYHA Treasurer at the beginning of the season or when you know that you will be unable to meet a particular EYHA payment deadline. Requests for alternative payment plans will be kept strictly confidential.  


  1. The applicant must be in good financial standing with EYHA and exhibit a general financial need.
  2. All applicants must be registered with EYHA for the current season as a house player. 
  3. An application for a financial assistance must be submitted after player(s) registration has been completed and before the application deadline August 31st of the current hockey season. 
  4. Application must be accompanied by one of the following documents:
  5. Copy of parent(s) or guardian(s) current year 1040EZ, 1040, or 1040A U.S. IRS tax form.    
  6. Program is limited to financial aid for house league fees only. 
  7. The Financial Assistance Committee, which consists of the EYHA President, President Elect and Treasurer will review all applications. Only the Financial Assistance Committee will review the applications. Applicant’s names and all information provided will be kept strictly confidential. 
  8. Financial assistance will be granted based on eligibility, the total number of applicants, the amount of available funds, and other factors considered relevant by the committee.
  9. The Financial Assistance Committee reserves the right to request additional information.
  10. Click below for a copy of the application.
  11. Contact the EYHA Treasurer at if you have any questions.

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