USA Racquetball Scholarship

The USAR Scholarship Program is an annual scholarship awards program administered by the USAR Scholarship Committee, under the direction and guidance of the USAR Board of Directors.


Graduating high school seniors and college undergraduates can apply for competitive USAR scholarships each year by the deadline of June 15th. Funding for the program is underwritten by USAR members, the National Masters Racquetball Association and the Women's Senior Masters Racquetball Association through tax deductible donations to the scholarship fund.

Applicants must be current USAR members at the time of applying for consideration of an award. All applications received by the deadline are reviewed by the scholarship committee, which is comprised of current members of the USAR Board of Directors. Annual awards are disbursed in the Fall of the application year. Please visit our website for further details.

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