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. It is held each August, and junior and senior-level skaters from all over the country look forward to this event. This is the only individual competition open only to full-time college students!
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
The Collegiate Championship Award Program assists current, eligible collegiate figure skaters who compete at the U.S. Collegiate Figure Skating Championships. Two $5,000 awards--one for the senior ladies champion and one for the senior men's champion--were presented for the first time at the 2010 U.S. Collegiate Championships, Aug. 12-14 in Lansing, Mich. Read more...
U.S. Figure Skating has selected Pittsburgh as the site of the 2015 U.S. Collegiate Championships. The event will be hosted by the Pittsburgh Figure Skating Club and will take place at the Robert Morris University Island Sports Center, Aug. 6-9, 2015. Visit the official event website.
U.S. Figure Skating has selected Rochester, Mich. as the site of the 2014 U.S. Collegiate Championships. The event will be hosted by the Onyx-Suburban Skating Academy and will take place at Onyx Ice Arena, Aug. 14-16, 2014.