The US Collegiate Archery Association is the Premier organization and the National Governing Body for University and College Archery in the United States. Its central purpose and role is to develop and maintain the resources and infrastructure that will support and grow college archery programs across the nation. The program is responsible for conducting the U.S. Intercollegiate Archery Championships, and also responsible for selecting collegiate archery teams to represent the U.S. at international events.
The vision of the U.S. Collegiate Archery Association is to establish college archery as an integral part of the campus experience in as many colleges and universities as possible. The USCA works hard to ensure that beginning, intermediate and elite archers can enjoy the sport in college, and we strive to introduce archery to as many college students as possible.
The US Collegiate Archery Association is comprised of four regions: West, North, East and South. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors, which is comprised of a four Regional Directors, an At-Large Director, and two Athlete Directors.
USCA's most important documents are the Bylaws, Rules and Procedures Handbook, and USCA Code of Ethics. Clubs, coaches, and archers are encouraged to read these important documents. Since the majority of the clubs are student-led organizations, and USCA supports that 100%, Club leaders are ultimately responsible for knowing the rules, adhering to them, and insuring athletes know them. Varsity Club Coaches have the responsibility of knowing and adhering to the important documents.
Board of Directors:
Mick Ebert - Chairman
USCA Meeting Minutes
USCA Code of Ethics
USCA Board of Directors Role & Responsibilities
USCA Rules and Procedures Handbook
USCA Athlete Code of Conduct