College Bowling continues to grow in popularity with new colleges joining the competitive ranks each year. Over 3500 college bowlers participate each year in college bowling and over 100 colleges and universities offer scholarships. Men and women compete in college bowling at the club level under the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Women also compete at a varsity level with the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). The USBC Collegiate program is the governing body for college bowling and encompasses all three of the college athletic organizations. The following colleges have bowling programs and many of them offer college scholarships or reciprocity (in state tuition for out of state students):

For a complete list of college bowling programs visit: Bowl.com/collegiate

Saint John's University

CityCollegeville

StateMinnesota

College Coach's NameZak Luetmer

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The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University (CSB/SJU) are two nationally-recognized liberal arts colleges combined into one experience. The colleges consist of two campuses but are combined into one education, so the partnership offers many top-accredited programs such as nursing, business, art, and mathematics. With 2500+ acres of land, the environmental studies department is also one of the top programs in the nation. A smaller student population (3800 total) along with the promise of small class sizes ensures more one-on-one time with professors. Two of the top statistics for CSB/SJU include the 95% rate of students that graduate in four years along with 60% of students study abroad over their (third highest in the nation).