• Collegiate

    Collegiate

    USA Climbing Collegiate provides access for undergraduate or graduate students that are currently enrolled at a college or university to compete in Bouldering, Lead and Speed climbing.

    Looking for a Collegiate Qualifying Event?

    For info on qualifying events, visit your division's page by using the links in the division map below.

    Collegiate Divisions

    USA Climbing’s Collegiate Series is composed of 7 Divisions.

    Refer to the USA Climbing Rulebook for rules related to Division assignment and event participation.

    Be sure to check out each of the Divisions pages by clicking on them from this list.

    Collegiate Series Resources
    Updated Resources Coming Fall 2022


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    FAQs

      • Can I compete outside of my Division?

        For Qualifying Events, yes.  Collegiate competitors can compete in QEs in any collegiate division.  For Collegiate Divisionals, collegiate competitors must compete in the division where their school is located.

      • Where is Proof of Enrollment uploaded?

        Proof of enrollment is uploaded in the Documents tab of your USA Climbing Membership.

        Proof of enrollment must be verified for you USA Climbing Collegiate Membership to be current.  Please allow 24-72 hours for this to be approved.

      • What can be used for Proof of Enrollment?

        Proof of Enrollment can be any of the following:

        • A form from the Office of the Registrar that includes: First & Last Name, Name of College, Dates of Attendance. We recommend you run a search for “Verification of Enrollment’ on your college’s website to find information about how to go about procuring such a form from your specific school.
        • A letter from your Rec Sports Department including all competitors first and last name and verifying each competitor meets the eligibility requirements outlined in the USA Climbing Rulebook for Collegiate participation.
        • A class schedule showing First & Last Name, Name of College and semester in which the schedule is for.
        • Verification from the National Student Clearinghouse ($2.50 fee associated with each verification).

        Proof of enrollment must be verified for you USA Climbing Collegiate Membership to be current.  Please allow 24-72 hours for this to be approved.

      • Can I compete at Collegiate Nationals with a Collegiate Recreational Membership?

        No, a competitor must have a Collegiate Membership in order to be able to compete at Collegiate Nationals.  If a competitor wants to be eligible for Collegiate Nationals, they must upgrade their Collegiate Recreational Membership to a Collegiate Membership prior to Divisionals.

      • Can I compete at Collegiate Divisionals with a Collegiate Recreational Membership?

        Yes, a competitor may compete at Divisionals with a Collegiate Recreational Membership.  However competing at Divisionals with a Collegiate Recreational Membership does not allow the competitors scores to be eligible for Collegiate Nationals.  If a competitor wants to be eligible for Collegiate Nationals, they must upgrade their Collegiate Recreational Membership to a Collegiate Membership prior to divisionals.

      • What is the difference between the Collegiate Recreational membership and the Collegiate membership?

        The Collegiate Recreational membership allows participation at Qualifying and Divisional events only. A competitor must upgrade to the Collegiate membership prior to Collegiate Divisionals for their scores to be eligible for Collegiate Nationals.

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