Intercollegiate competitions are governed by U.S. Figure Skating’s Collegiate Program Committee. The country is divided into four conferences (Pacific Coast, Midwest, Northeast and Southeast). Intercollegiate team skating appeals to lots of skaters because it is a team-driven sport, and individuals representing their collegiate organizations are welcomed and encouraged. For many athletes, the highlight of the season is qualifying for the National Intercollegiate Final ― when athletes from all over the country come together for a cross-section competition.
The competition will feature 3 types of events: singles, solo dance, and team maneuvers. Skating level will range from beginner up through Senior level, even with some former and current Team USA athletes competing!