Managing Your Team
The registration form is new this year. First, you will be asked to choose a username and password. Because you may not know the answers to some of the questions, please enter your best guess and then adjust the answer later when you know more information about your team. Please try to register your team as soon as possible, as this information will be used to make the collegiate skating publications.
If your school has both intercollegiate and synchronized skating, please submit this form separately for each.
For Intercollegiate Figure Skating:
This is the OFFICIAL registration form for your college/ university. Following the completion of this form, you will receive a new team number for the season. This number must be provided at all collegiate competitions throughout the season.
For Synchronized Skating:
This is the first of two steps of your registration process. You will be contacted regarding the second step when the information is available.
Note: You do not need to be an official "club" or "organization" at your school to complete this form. Any collegiate athlete is eligible to compete in intercollegiate skating or synchronized skating.
If you have any questions, please contact Figure Skating Programs Manager Brenda Glidewell.
In order to make the most of your collegiate team experience, you need to let high school skaters know the opportunities your school provides. U.S. Figure Skating Online's college program list is an important tool for publicizing your team.
In order for the list to work, however, it's important that the information for your school is always kept up to date. The list allows you to name contacts for your program and link to your web site for more information.
If you'd like to add your team to the list, or if you have changes, please email Athlete Development Coordinator Kelli Evers.
Figure Skating Programs Dirctor
Athlete Development Coordinator