Phi Rho Pi National Forensic Tournament

Ages:Undergraduate

Type:Tournament

Category:Speech & Debate

Scope:National

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Phi Rho Pi is committed to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the forensics arts at junior and community colleges by fostering growth, development and participation in the activity. Phi Rho Pi offers community college and junior college students the only full service national tournament in the United States with 11 individual events, three forms of debate and interpreters' theatre.

The National tournament gathers students from two-year junior and community colleges to compete in forensic challenges.

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Website: http://www.phirhopi.org/nationals.html

Managing Organization: Phi Rho Pi

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Entry Fee: $

Eligibility:
ELIGIBILITY: Tournament competition shall be limited to those contestants who meet the following eligibility requirements: A. A student must be a member of Phi Rho Pi currently enrolled for a minimum of six (6) semester hours, or its equivalent, in an institution with an active Phi Rho Pi chapter. At least 50% of the classes must be non-forensics courses. (Verification of each student’s credit-unit eligibility must be certified by the signature and official college seal of the records officer of a college entering the National Tournament.) B. No student may participate in the Phi Rho Pi National Tournament who has already participated in more than (5) semesters of college competition. A semester shall be defined as the time period of July 1 - December 31, and January 1 - June 30. A semester shall not count unless the student competed in three or more tournaments during that semester. In addition, a student may not compete in national collegiate championship tournaments (two-year or four-year) in more than two different years. C. No student may compete at the Phi Rho Pi National Tournament who is competing for two or more college forensics programs concurrently. D. Academic qualifications for participants shall be set by the local chapter. E. Students, who graduate from their college through spring term commencement in the same calendar year as the National Tournament but preceding the Tournament, are eligible to represent their college, provided they meet all eligibility requirements during the spring term. F. Ineligible students entered into competition in the National Tournament shall be removed from competition by the Tournament Committee as soon as the ineligibility has been established.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

Phi Rho Pi is committed to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the forensics arts at junior and community colleges by fostering growth, development and participation in the activity. Phi Rho Pi offers community college and junior college students the only full service national tournament in the United States with 11 individual events, three forms of debate and interpreters' theatre.

Process

The National tournament gathers students from two-year junior and community colleges to compete in forensic challenges.

Criteria

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Awards

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Participate

Website: http://www.phirhopi.org/nationals.html

Managing Organization: Phi Rho Pi

Contact:


Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
ELIGIBILITY: Tournament competition shall be limited to those contestants who meet the following eligibility requirements: A. A student must be a member of Phi Rho Pi currently enrolled for a minimum of six (6) semester hours, or its equivalent, in an institution with an active Phi Rho Pi chapter. At least 50% of the classes must be non-forensics courses. (Verification of each student’s credit-unit eligibility must be certified by the signature and official college seal of the records officer of a college entering the National Tournament.) B. No student may participate in the Phi Rho Pi National Tournament who has already participated in more than (5) semesters of college competition. A semester shall be defined as the time period of July 1 - December 31, and January 1 - June 30. A semester shall not count unless the student competed in three or more tournaments during that semester. In addition, a student may not compete in national collegiate championship tournaments (two-year or four-year) in more than two different years. C. No student may compete at the Phi Rho Pi National Tournament who is competing for two or more college forensics programs concurrently. D. Academic qualifications for participants shall be set by the local chapter. E. Students, who graduate from their college through spring term commencement in the same calendar year as the National Tournament but preceding the Tournament, are eligible to represent their college, provided they meet all eligibility requirements during the spring term. F. Ineligible students entered into competition in the National Tournament shall be removed from competition by the Tournament Committee as soon as the ineligibility has been established.

Deadlines

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