The USCA is committed to keeping you updated on scholarship opportunities.
Archery is not a NCAA sport. Therefore, there are NO NCAA scholarships. Fortunately, because archery is an open collegiate sport, there are no restrictions regarding earning money, winning money, or applying for scholarships. Athletes do not need to ask permission nor to worry about accepting monies.
Click the links below to view the appropriate information or application form.
US Collegiate Archery - Thanks to a generous grant from the Easton Sports Development Foundations, scholarships are available for the 2009-10 academic year.
NFAA/Easton Sports Development Foundation - Together, the NFAA and Easton have awarded $20,000 in scholarships to college archers.
Clarke Sinclair Memorial Archery Scholarship - This foundation, established in memory of Clarke Sinclair, provides scholarship opportunities to college archers.
World Sport Chicago - This organization provides scholarships to Chicago-area high school juniors participating in an Olympic sport.
School Scholarships - Michigan State University has awarded an archery scholarship for the 2009-2010 academic year. Check this page for updates.
State Scholarships - Many state archery associations offer scholarships to members. Click on the links below to visit the state asociation websites.
If you are an organization or school interested in offering an archery scholarship, contact us to have your information listed!