The USTA’s Tennis On Campus program is designed to provide college students with opportunities for team camaraderie, social networking, and rivaled competition through tennis without the rigors of a varsity program.  Perfect for athletes who have chosen not to make the jump from high school to college varsity, Tennis On Campus offers co-ed team-based play, regional and national championship competition, and helps students maintain active and healthy lifestyles through their college years.  Currently, the program is offered on over 500 college campuses and services over 30,000 students.  An overview of the program is provided below.
Teammates from the UCLA Tennis On Campus club team are
all smiles as they celebrate during the USTA National
Campus Championship.

What is Tennis On Campus?
The USTA Tennis On Campus program is anything and everything recreational tennis on college campuses across the country.  This includes sport club tennis teams, intramural tennis leagues and tournaments, recreational classes, and physical education classes.  While all pieces of recreational college tennis are important, much of the Tennis On Campus program is focused on sport club tennis teams, like the USTA National Campus Championship, USTA Campus Championship – Section Events, and many of the other Tennis On Campus events.

Official Site of the USTA Tennis On Campus Program.