Ready to Start Your Collegiate Archery Experience?

USA Archery is the National Governing Body for the Olympic and Paralympic sport of archery. The organization offers extensive archery programming opportunities, one of which is the Collegiate Archery Program. USA Archery’s Collegiate Archery Program is a program for students enrolled in a college or university and is a great opportunity for Scholastic 3-D archers to continue their archery journey beyond high school! Eligible participants can enjoy the sport recreationally or actively prepare for local, regional, national and international collegiate archery events, including Collegiate Target Nationals, Collegiate 3-D Nationals and World University Games and World University Championships. Nationwide, many schools offer archery programs as a varsity sport, official university club, or student organization on campus.  The Collegiate Archery Program offers barebow, recurve, compound and bowhunter divisions.
College scholarships are available!

USA Archery offers an up-to-date listing of current colleges and universities offering an archery program, which also includes contact information for team leaders. USA Archery can also help students start an archery program if they choose a school that does not yet have a team in place. For more information and inquiries, please contact or call (719) 866-3452.

S3DA is active across the United States and continuing growth at an unprecedented rate!  As memberships continue to rise, events continue to grow at the regional, state and national level.  Many colleges and universities that offer archery scholarships send scholarship certificates to S3DA state and national events for podium finishers. College and university coaches are present for ALL S3DA National Events and ACTIVELY RECRUITING S3DA archers!

Some of the colleges listed below offer archery scholarships. You can cross-reference the information below with the USA Archery website here.

Name of School State Head Coach Head Coach E-mail Phone Offer Archery Scholarship
Alfred State Archery New York Dr. Gregory Sammons (607) 587-3911 Yes
Arkansas State University Arkansas Spencer Bradley (870) 972-3974
Bethel University Tennessee Hunter Louden (731) 336-2997
Blue Mountain College Mississippi Trey Humphreys (662) 507-2080 Yes
Campbellsville University Kentucky Paul Eastridge (270) 789-4109 Yes
Connors State College Oklahoma Sierra Walker (918) 463-6320 Yes
Dine College Arizona Dr. Gregory Redhouse (877) 988-3463
Emmanuel College Georgia John Winchester (407) 276-5190 Yes
Georgetown College Kentucky Ed McKinney  (502) 542-1529
Hocking College Ohio Erick Smith (740) 753-7222
Kentucky Christian University Kentucky Mark Whitt (606) 465-4471 Yes
Lindenwood University Missouri Derek Schaub (636) 949-4945 Yes
Lindsey Wilson College Kentucky Mark Elam (270) 384-8190 Yes
Lyon College Arkansas Travis Linville  (501) 413-0216 Yes
Midway University Kentucky Robbie Shay (859) 846-5493 Yes
Mount Marty University South Dakota Vic Wunderle (605)-689-0497 Yes
Muskingum University Ohio Craig Holycross  (740)-826-6191 Yes
Oklahoma Panhandle State University Oklahoma James Syzemore Yes
Rend Lake College Illinois Donnie Millenbine (618) 437-5321 Ext. 1319 Yes
SouthEastern Illinois College Illinois Ricky Sauls (618) 252-5400 Ext. 2248 Yes
Southwestern Christian University Oklahoma Blake Blackwell
Texas A&M University Texas TAMUARCHERYCLUB@GMAIL.COM (979) 218-0629 Yes
Thomas More University Kentucky Jacob Summers (859) 344-3536
Union College Kentucky Cody Kirby (606) 546-1316 Yes
University of Montevallo Alabama Chris Stano (205) 665-6226 Yes
University of Pikeville Kentucky Ellie Yocum (502) 682-7696 Yes
University of the Cumberlands Kentucky Kris Strebeck (606) 539-4437 Yes
Wabash Valley College Illinois Earl Lawrence (618) 262-1603 Yes
William Carey University Mississippi Johnnie Stinson (601) 318-6349 Yes

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Archery College Scholarships

There are a number of archery scholarships now handed out by various schools and private organizations. There are at least three areas of special interest pertaining to the art of shooting a bow: it is viewed as a competitive sport, as a style of hunting, and also as a traditional woodsman’s skill, part of the Native American legacy.

For more information on scholarship organizations, please click on the links provided below.