• Receive a tennis scholarship

    college tennis in the usa

    college tennis in the usa

    Experience the perfect combination of tennis and academics in a unique college atmosphere. Meet people from all around the world, make friends for life, and set yourself up for a successful future.

    Free Assessment
    Meeting with College Expert
    Free Assessment
    Meeting with College Expert

Have THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE

Combine Sports with Academics

Train and compete on the highest level, while studying at some of the best Universities in the world.

Unique Team Atmosphere

In college athletics, tennis is no longer a singles sports, but becomes one of the most exciting team sports.

Entry into the Professional World

College athletes are highly sought after employees. Use your international experience to boost your career.

#StudyTravelCompete

Check out our instagram for more experiences from our alumni and insights into the college lifestyle.

Follow us

levels of college tennis and the requirements to play

Level of Play

The varying level of play offers great variety and options for every player. It ranges from ATP 500 at top Division 1 schools to lower level recreational players in Divison 3.

Requirements

  • High School graduation
  • You are between 17 and 20 years old
  • You have some sort of tennis ranking

additional information

What is the cost of College Attendance?

The cost of attendence includes all expenses for one school year, such as tuition, room and board, books, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses. On average, our players pay between 0 and 15.000€ per year (excl. flights and pocket money). However, this amount is just an estimate and differs from player to player.

What is a scholarship?

Scholarships are financial grants that are awarded directly by US colleges to selected students. A scholarship enables you to finance your studies despite high tuition fees. Unlike many government grants to, you do not have to pay back this financial support.

What scholarships are available?

US Colleges offer academic as well as athletic scholarships to students. The amount of scholarships for each team and the amount every student gets vary on an individual basis. Ideally, the college will cover all your tuition fees as well as your living, food and study material costs. All costs related to your participation in College Sport (equipment, travel to competitions, etc.) are also covered by the College.

How do I get a scholarship?

  1. Evaluate your situation
  2. Fulfill requirements
  3. Receive offers
  4. Apply successfully
  5. Comply with amateur status

What does a season look like?

The main college tennis season is played in the spring semester and lasts the entire semester. In the beginning, you have a preseason with more practice times and matches against non-conference teams to prepare for league play. After the regular season, in which you can have up to three matches a week, the champion is determined via a play-off styled tournament. The winners advance to the regional and later on to the national championship tournament, that poentially lasts deep into May and even June.

What does a practice look like?

A practice session can last up to three hours, depending on current point of the season. This can include match play, drills, doubles, and individual sessions, as well conditioning and recovery. The timing of a practice session heavaly depends on the coach, the University, availability of courts and the student's lectures. You might want to get used to conditioning at 6am.

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Book a meeting with one of our tennis experts to receive additional information or register for our showcase.

Book a meeting
Showcase Registration

get inspired

Take a look for yourself what college tennis is all about.

Start your College Career today

Showcase Registration
Free Assessment