About the U.S. Collegiate Championships
Some skaters are lucky enough to go to a college with a collegiate figure
skating club. And, some skaters choose to go to colleges without figure skating
clubs. Whether you are the lone skater at your school, or a member of a varsity
figure skating team, you can compete at the U.S. Collegiate Championships!
The longest running of all the collegiate programs, this competition started
in 1985. Each summer, this competition welcomes full-time college students to participate from all over the country. Athletes ranging from intermediate through senior athletes are eligible to compete.
The competitors find a friendly atmosphere, and make lots of new friends who
share their love for figure skating. In addition, skaters get a chance to learn
about U.S. Figure Skating activities, volunteer opportunities in figure skating,
coaching, forming collegiate clubs on their campuses, and even try their hand at
Collegiate Championship Award Program
The Collegiate Championship Award Program emanates from the Pioneer Fund and is given out annually based on the results at the U.S. Collegiate Championships. This award program developed to assist the winners with a one-time monetary scholarship award. The awards are distributed following the winners' successful completion of their full-time, fall term/semester*.
Senior Men's Champion: $5000
Senior Men's Silver Medalist: $2500
Senior Ladies Champion: $5000
Senior Ladies Silver Medalist: $2500
Senior Ladies Bronze Medalist: $1000
In 2017, Pioneer Fund Collegiate Championship Award Program was given in the following award amounts:
2018 U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships
The 2018 U.S. Collegiate Championships will be hosted by Adrian College, August 2-4, 2018.
For more information, visit the 2018 U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships website.
U.S. Collegiate Championships Event Pages