Round Rock UIL Academic

2022 — Round Rock, TX/US

Dear Colleagues,

You and your team are cordially invited to attend the thirty fourth annual Round Rock UIL Invitational Academic Tournament at Round Rock High school to be hosted in person on January 29th, 2022. We are committed to having an excellent judging pool, a hospitality room, and beautiful, unique awards.

We will have contests in all UIL Academic events including UIL Speech/Debate. Third Party Vendors will supply all tests. A+ for Computer Science, ASW Enterprise for Spelling, TMSCA for Math & Science, and HEXCO for all other Academic events. 

 

In addition to live speech and debate events happening at Round Rock High School, we would like to also offer your Prose and Poetry students to enter the Asynchronous forms of each respective event. Students are guaranteed 3 ballots on ASYNC entries. 

We are allowing students to double enter in ASYNC poetry and prose so that both categories can be recorded and submitted for ballots. 

We will offer awards for all elimination participants awards in each division as well as unique speaker awards. 

Entry Fees (Students may cross-enter) (Students may NOT cross-enter Congress and Debate)

Interp, Extemp                         $15 per competitor

LD                                          $30 per competitor

CX                                          $40 per team 

 

Judge Fees

All missing judge fees are $125

1 judge for every 2 entries or less for CX 

1 judge for every 4 entries or less for LD

1 judge for every 6 entries or less for IE/Congress

 

TOPICS

CX Debate: Policy debate will use the 2021 - 2022 topic. Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States.

 

LD Debate: LD Debate will use the UIL Spring 2022 topic. Resolved: In matters of foreign policy, the United States ought to value universal human rights over economic interests.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

Melissa Thomas

UIL Academic Coordinator

 

Julian Erdmann

Speech and Debate Tab