General Registration Information

Registration for the ACUI program is a multi-step process. The following is a guideline to help you complete the process.

  1. Payment must be received before the participant will be permitted to participate. Preferably prior to the event and through the ACUI Central Office in Bloomington, Ind. a minimum of seven days prior to the event. Checks or credit cards will be accepted on site. No cash will be accepted for registration fees onsite, but will be accepted for the purchase of practice rounds from the National Shooting Complex.
  2. Complete the official entry online with payment of entry fees.
  3. Confirm your academic eligibility and review the code of conduct
    a. Both forms must be returned via U.S. mail for participation in championship event.
    b. For conference championships, please bring the code of conduct form, signed by student and advisor to the range. The registrar is not required to sign off on academic eligibility for these events.
  4. Make checks/travelers checks/money orders payable to ACUI. ACUI also accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
  5. Each event will be limited to the number of students that can reasonably be accommodated. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.


Participants must meet the following academic eligibility requirements:

  1. All participants must meet eligibility criteria established by their school.
  2. All undergraduate and graduate student participants must be enrolled as a student in good conduct standing at the institution he or she represents, as determined by the institution in which he or she is currently enrolled.
  3. All participants are limited to six years of eligibility. Students enrolled at two-year institutions are limited to three years of eligibility; if they transfer to a four-year school, six years total.
  4. All undergraduate participants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 as of the academic term in which they qualified for or are competing in the program; for graduate students, 3.0 cumulative GPA.
  5. All participants must be enrolled as of the academic term in which they qualified for or are competing in the program for at least nine credit hours (six credits for graduate students) and must complete six credit hours between all program appearances.
  6. All participants are required to provide registrar’s seal and signature. For participation in international level competitions, certification of eligibility must be made by an adviser or authorized staff member of the school.
  7. Players must abide by the ACUI Player Code of Conduct.
  8. Players must abide by the dress code in effect for their event.

For championship-level competition, verification of the parameters above must occur by submitting the eligibility form, which has been signed by the registrar's office.

Updated Dec. 30, 2016