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General Information

Tarleton State University is excited to host the Spring Regional Meet of the University Interscholastic League, Region III-A.

We hope that you will find your stay at Tarleton rewarding. We extend to you a true Tarleton State University welcome and wish you and your students the best of luck in the Regional Meet.

Please be familiar with the following information.


The district director must certify all district winners. Entries in all academic events, golf, tennis, and track and field events must be submitted to the regional director after district competition within 72 hours as indicated for each event. Academic entries must be certified in the spring meet online system.

Alternates - In case a qualified contestant is unable to participate in an event in the regional meet, it is the duty of the qualifier's designated administrator to notify the spring meet district director in writing. The spring meet district director shall contact the regional director as well as the next lower place finisher, who shall become qualified to represent the district. Alternates who are not taking the place of an absent qualifier shall not be allowed to participate in the competition.

A list of absent contestants will be reported to the state UIL office from each academic event. It is vitally important that you notify the regional director in advance if a contestant will be unable to attend the regional competition.


  1. Entry fees for the academic contests, except One Act Play, shall be $20 per contestant for each event entered. A fee of $450 will be required for each One Act Play.
  2. Fees for track and field will be $20 per contestant for each event.
  3. Fees for tennis will be $20 per contestant for each event.
  4. Fees for golf will be $20 per person plus a green fee of $35 each for a total of $55.
  5. All fees, except One Act Play, are to be paid to the district chair at the established rates. District chairs will send a separate check for golf, tennis, track and field and the academic contests to the regional director by the dates stated on the entry fee page of this website.
  6. One Act Play fees are to be paid to the contest manager at the contest rehearsal.

Meet Headquarters

Meet Headquarters for the regional academic meet will be in the Clyde Wells Fine Arts Center Theater. Results of all academic contests and academic awards will be given at headquarters. The Regional Academic Championship will be awarded at the end of the contest day in the Fine Arts Center. Results and awards for track and field, golf, tennis, and one act play will be given at the contest sites.

Medals, Plaques, and Trophies

Medals will be awarded for the first through sixth place in all academic events except One-Act Play and Lincoln-Douglas Debate. A Regional Academic Championship Trophy will be awarded at the conclusion of the academic events.

A first place team trophy will be awarded in golf and track. Plaques will be awarded to top relay teams and medals will be awarded to the first three place winners in golf, tennis, and track and field.

All awards will be UIL standardized medals, plaques, and trophies.

Contest Results

It is the responsibility of the contestants and/or their coaches and school officials to obtain contest results. Please plan to be present for verification and awards for your event or have someone from your school present. Regional meet directors are under no obligation to contact winners who fail to attend the award meeting or to provide them with results.

Information regarding the 2016 UIL Academic State Meet is posted on the UIL web site at Information packets will not be mailed to schools or handed out during the regional meet verification meetings or awards ceremonies,except for LD coaches packets for advancing Lincoln-Douglas Debaters. Coaches and contestants must go to the UIL web site for tentative schedule, UT parking, UT campus map and other vital State Meet information. Responsibility for knowing times, dates and sites of State Meet events rests solely with coaches and contestants.

To receive UIL Regional Papers

Students who wish to receive their tests, critiques, and/or written evaluations after the completion of their competition are requested to pick them up the day of the contest from UIL Headquarters. Those that are unable to do so MUST leave a stamped, self-addressed envelope with the regional contest director. Envelopes will be mailed the following week.

Emergency Numbers

University Police (254) 968-9002
After 5 p.m. and Weekends   (254) 968-9265  
Regional Director Donna Strohmeyer
(254) 968-9742
Regional Office FAX (254) 968-9954