Many athletes find it difficult to start campus clubs or gain university approve. Rather than be affiliated with an on-campus club, athletes would be able to pay a larger fee than the average membership and compete as non-voting members within USCA events. Should a club be formed on campus the non-voting member would be required to join the campus club in order to continue competing.
Relevance: Many members do not wish to grow archery but would rather compete individually. In recognition that clubs pay additional fees to USCA, along with their individual membership fees, we propose that USCA require a higher fee of athletes who opt to not build a club at their university. This would apply to single athletes only. If 2 or more students compete at the same university, an official club would be required.