The purpose of Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis is three fold: to advance the growth of wheelchair tennis, to encourage individuals with disabilities to pursue a college education and to give students with physical disabilities an equal opportunity to compete in an intercollegiate sport as a representative from their institution.  

The WHAT, WHY and HOW of Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis


Watch and listen to this webinar recording with National Coach, Jason Harnett and guests on the what, why and how of starting a wheelchair tennis program at your colllege and the imporotance of collagiate wheelchair tennis in the pathway to becoming a professional wheelchair athlete.



Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis is organized and sanctioned by the USTA and supported by the ITA.

Programs and Contacts


Find wheelchair programs from around the country.

How to Start a Collegiate Wheelchair Program Webinar


Looking to start a program at your school? Review this webinar recording to help guide you on how to get started.

Starting a Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis Program - A Quick Guide


Refer to this one page checklist to help you get a wheelchair tennis program started at your school.

Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis National Championships


Find the qualifications and format of the individual, team and affiliated competitor competitions.

US Tournaments


The USTA sanctions wheelchair tennis tournaments throughout the country, creating play opportunities for all skill levels.

Grassroots Manual


There are many ways to start a collegiate wheelchair tennis program; every program currently in existence has taken a separate route with different results. This guide is designed to give the reader ideas on how and where to begin building a program.

Contact Us

Have a question about Collegiate Wheelchair Tennis? Contact us here.