The Southwest Collegiate Cycling Conference, one of eleven conferences under USA Cycling, includes colleges and universities from Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. Athletes compete in Road, Mountain, Track, BMX, and Cyclocross events across the three States and at Collegiate Nationals each year.

The SWCCC is always looking to add new schools! Contact the Conference Director and introduce yourself as well as your interest in starting a collegiate team at your college.The Conference Director will help you with filling out the correct forms, which can be found on USA Cycling under the collegiate section. You will need a USAC license number to complete the forms. If you do not have a USAC License # make an account online (Create Account Here) and write down the account number (6 digit number on your account). Once everything is filled out send the documents directly to USAC or forward to the Conference Director. The two forms must be filled out and submitted to USAC prior to your team competing in a SWCCC event.

Once you have submitted your forms please make sure you join the conference Google group and Facebook page to receive news and information about the SWCCC. We are excited to have you and your college represented in the SWCCC!


USA Cycling allows individuals to join and race in the SWCCC without establishing a collegiate team with USAC, if your school places undue restrictions on creating a team. Please contact the conference director if you need help with this.

To find out if your school already has a team, check out the team page to find out more information and contact them to join! Be sure to check out the race schedules and events. We hope to see you out there!


Looking to change your category? Refer to the following page on USAC for guidelines on upgrades. Only riders with current annual licenses are eligible for upgrades. Upgrade requests can be submitted through your My USA Cycling account page. Make sure to include your results, field size, race name, and other pertinent information in the request.

Collegiate Upgrades