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2021 U.S. Collegiate Championships


When: Mon, Jul. 26, 2021 - Thu, Jul. 29, 2021

Where: Aston, Pennsylvania

2021 U.S. Collegiate Championships

Singles will be held at the competition in Aston, Pennsylvania. Pairs will be held in conjunction with Skate Detroit, while ice dance will be held in conjunction with the Chesapeake Open. Pairs and ice dance teams should register using the U.S. Figure Skating online system for the Collegiate Championships but then refer to their respective host announcements for further information and details.

Competition Announcement
NOTE: A clarification on program requirements/permitted elements has been added to the announcement. For a list of program requirements/permitted elements, CLICK HERE

Competitor Information

On-Ice Introductions

For the short program segment, skaters will enter the ice at their warm-up time and stand at center ice in their skating order facing the officials stand for introductions. When your name is announced, you may do a brief wave/bow. Skaters must remain center ice until all skaters in the group have been announced and your warm-up is called to start.

For the free skate segment, warm-ups will commence as usual with skaters beginning their warm-up immediately as the enter the ice. As a reminder, all skaters will be introduced as representing their college/university as indicated on the submitted Form A, not by their home club. 


Medals will be awarded for skaters in first through fourth place for the overall event result. Skaters must pick up their medals from the registration desk after their final event has concluded. Skaters who medal in each event are required to have their official event photos taken at the time designated below for inclusion in SKATING magazine. Skaters should be dressed in competition costume with skates on for official photographs. Only medalists are permitted access to the photo area at this time. To avoid congregation of large groups, spectators and coaches will not be permitted to attend. No formal awards ceremony will be held for the Collegiate Championships or the Philadelphia Summer Championships.

Collegiate Championships Medalist Photograph Times

Please pick up your medal at the registration desk prior to the photo time listed below, the registration desk will direct you to the photo area. Skaters should arrive in competition costume with skates on. 

Thursday, July 29
•    10:45 a.m.: Intermediate Ladies, Novice Men
•    11:45 a.m.: Senior Men, Junior Men
•    1:15 p.m.: Novice Ladies
•    3 p.m.: Junior Ladies
•    7:30 p.m.: Senior Ladies

Collegiate Championships 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 was 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.

For the 2021 event, the Collegiate Championship Award Program will distribute scholarships based on entries at the close of registration in the total amount of $34,000. This is a one-time opportunity due to unused funds from the 2020 event that was canceled due to the pandemic. After the close of entries, the scholarship allocations listed below were determined based on level of competition and size of the competitive field.  

NOTE: In order to receive scholarship funds, skaters must: 1) complete and place within one of the scholarship allocated positions and 2) provide proof of either a completed full-time student coarse load for the upcoming 2021 fall semester OR graduation between March 2020 and August 2021.

Senior Ladies 

  • Champion: $5,000
  • 2nd Place: $3,000
  • 3rd Place: $1,500
  • 4th – 6th Place: $500
  • 7th – 10th Place: $250

Senior Men

  • Champion: $5,000
  • 2nd Place: $3,000
  • 3rd Place: $1,500
  • 4th Place: $500

Junior Ladies

  • Champion: $3,000
  • 2nd Place: $2,000
  • 3rd Place: $1,000
  • 4th Place: $750
  • 5th Place: $250

Junior Men

  • 1st Place: $1,000
  • 2nd Place: $500

Novice Ladies

  • Champion: $750
  • 2nd Place: $500
  • 3rd Place: $500
  • 4th Place: $250

Novice Men

  • Champion: $750
  • 2nd Place: $250

Intermediate Ladies

  • Champion: $500


This schedule is tentative and subject to change. 

CLICK HERE for the most current version of the schedule. 

A closed draw will be conducted for this competition. Start orders will be posted via the live results link HERE once the draw is conducted. 

Practice Ice

Pre-Purchase Sales

Unofficial practice ice (UPI) credits are now available for purchase. UPI sessions will be 20-minutes in length and cost $18 during the pre-purchase sales window (price will increase during open sales) 

  • OPEN: July 1
  • CLOSE: July 10 at 11:59pm ET

Session Selection

Skaters who pre-purchased session credits during the pre-purchase window will be provided first access to the schedule to select their sessions. 

  • OPEN: July 14 at 6:00pm ET
  • CLOSE: July 16 at 5:59pm ET

Open Sales

Additional practice ice sales for available sessions after the session selection window will be made available to all entrants. 

  • OPEN: July 16 at 6:00pm ET
  • CLOSE: July 25 at 11:59pm ET

Travel and Venue Information


IceWorks Skating Complex
3100 Dutton Mills Rd.
Aston, PA 19014

Hotel Information

Best Western Plus Concordville – Host Hotel
322 and US Rte. 1 Concordville, PA
Room Rate: $124.00/night; includes breakfast
Call 610-358-9400 and request the Philadelphia Summer Championships/Collegiate Championships room rate. To guarantee the event rate reservations must be made by July 1, 2021. 

Comfort Inn and Suites Glen Mills
Baltimore Pike Glen Mills, PA 19342
Room Rate: $149.00; includes breakfast
Call 610-358-1700 and request the Philadelphia Summer Championships/Collegiate Championships room rate. To guarantee the event rate reservations must be made by July 1, 2021. 

For additional hotel information CLICK HERE!


All competitors are responsible for their own transportation to the competition and around the local area. If you require air transportation to the event, the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is the closest airport to the competition site. Taxi and ride-share service is available from the airport. There are also many rental car agencies.


Skaters and one (1) coach will receive a credential. All other attendees will require a ticket which can be purchased on-site for $10/day. A ticket or a credential will be required to move throughout the building. 


All events will be available for viewing on-demand free of charge after the competition on the U.S. Figure Skating Fan Zone.

Additionally, skaters will be emailed directions and a video code after the close of competition to download a copy of their competition segments. This video is free of charge as a gift from the IceWorks Skating Club. 


For competition and eligibility questions, please contact Megan Romeo

For questions related to the Event Management System, contact Product Support.