Welcome to the Midwest Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association, a Conference of the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association!

Before you search the page, check out these new features:

The 2015/2016 Fall Conference Call for ALL MCSA Teams has taken place. If you missed it, please contact Robin Dzubay!

Schedules have been posted and results will show up here: http://www.live-timing.com/races.php!
Registration is open for 2015/2016! Go to Alpine, then Alpine Forms. Fill them out the forms and get them in to the MCSA Office, ASAP! All athletes must fill out a RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT for 2015/2016. Return them with your MCSA Registration. Form and Directions
Schedules are being updated and added as they come in!
Online Registration for National Office! National forms are online at uscsa.com.
Captains, Coaches, or anyone interested in starting a team, update your contact info ASAP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Get your registration in by NOVEMBER 23rd!!!!!
Helmets (Full Head and Ear) are mandatory for ALL events.
National forms are online at uscsa.com.

The MCSA is a division of the USCSA. The collegiate racing circuit that competes in various places in the Midwest, with the ultimate goal to be to compete on the Regional and then National level. If you would like more information about skiing in college, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The MCSA is geographically split up into sub regions that compete throughout the year and then combine for the final Regional race at Marquette Mt, in Michigan.

1. To uphold the traditions of ski racing excellence.
2. To create an environment which is supportive to Student Athletes. To perpetuate itself with the ideal of improvement from one season to the next.
3. To generate a highly competitive atmosphere that will produce highly qualified racers to represent the Midwest conference at a national level and perform with a level of excellence that correctly demonstrates the quality of the race program upheld by MCSA.
4. To keep competition fun and exciting with the purpose of encouraging it's athletes to stay involved in the sport and athletics in general.