23rd Collegiate Wushu

To all collegiate wushu clubs, this is a call to host the 23rd Collegiates Wushu Tournament in 2019! If you would like to submit a bid to host, please answer the following questions and send it over to us over FB messenger or via email at info@collegewushu.org. Applications are due Oct 5th, with the Host to be announced shortly after.

  1. Wushu Club Name:
    Primary Contact:
  2. Is your club officially recognized by your University? If so, what department oversees your group?
  3. What facilities on campus can your group reserve for the competition space? Can these facilities house three full-size competition rings? Please provide as much information as possible including size, capacity, photos and online links.
  4. Please tell us about your club. When did it start? Who coaches? How many times a week do you practice? What is your average attendance?
  5. What campus or local events has your club been involved with or organized?
  6. What tournaments have your members competed at in the last 2 years?
  7. Has your group sent competitors to Collegiates in the past? Has your group competed in the team competition at Collegiates? What years?
  8. What is your annual budget? Do you have access to university funds? What other means of fundraising do you have access to?
  9. Though the Collegiate Wushu Committee will provide assistance in finding judges, what is your plan for recruiting capable judges for this competition? Please provide a preliminary list of judges that you plan on inviting.
Please invite people who you think would be interested to the Facebook Event!

Registration Instructions

  1. Create a competitor account by registering:HERE
    If you already have an account, go to step two.

  2. Then log-in using the login bar in the top right.

  3. After logging in, click on "Register Individual Events" and follow the instructions to register for your individual events.
  4. ** If you are part of a groupset for Team Competition, make sure you select the event checkbox for the "Group Set Event" as you select all your other individual events. If you do not, you will not be able to create or join a team in step four.

  5. If you are in a groupset, after you finish registering your individual events, you must also then click on "Register for Team Competition" from your Account Panel.
  6. ** If you are team captain, you must create your team before the rest of your team can join. Your group members will able to join your team by selecting the team name from the dropdown menu.


  • Regular Registration Deadline: TBD
    - Registration fees: $50 base + $5/additional events

  • Late Registration Deadline: TBD
    - Registration fees: $80 base + $5/additional events

  • Registration Fees are due by TBD date

  • **Base registration fee includes the cost of one event.


  • Waiver:

  • Proof of Enrollment:

    Remember to prepare documentation for Proof of Enrollment and send to TBD host! This is due by TBD date but the earlier you send it, the better.

    Per the Collegiate Wushu Tournament rules (which can be found in the section above):

    • Class 1 Competitors:
      Proof of current enrollment is required and must be sent in with registration materials before the competition. The proof may consist of an approved study list, transcript, or research curriculum for the present semester or quarter at the student's university. The study list must include the student's name and a date or time period for which it applies, in order to prove present enrollment. A student ID is not sufficient proof. The study list or transcript should also indicate that the student is taking at least the minimum number of units or credits at his or her university to qualify as a full-time student. 'Currently enrolled' is defined as having the status of full-time student at the university on the day of competition.

    • Class 2 Competitors:
      Documentation is also required for Class 2 competitors, in the form of a photocopy of the competitor's diploma (for alumnus) or formal document from the university's registrars office, such as a transcript for a previous term (for non-enrolled students). Both the name and date should be visible on any such documentation and the printed date of enrollment or graduation will be the date used for determining eligibility.


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