Adult Officials

Colorado Womens Lacrosse Officials Association adult officiclas information
(Download this information sheet for a full list of information about becoming an official. )

Adult officials are all individuals 18 and over and out of high school

You must be US Lacrosse certified if you want to umpire at any level in Colorado

All adult officials will need to complete the following in order to be certified for the 2021 season:

1. US Lacrosse registration – all officials may submit registration directly to US Lacrosse.
Link to US Lacrosse Registration

Adult Fee $55.00 / High School Fee $35.00 (18 & Under and still in high school) / $30 for Youth

2. CWLOA Registration:

Complete and mail in Adult Registration Form

Please contact with any questions

NOTE: CHSAA fees are $10 and are due with your CWLOA registration. Only officials that work high school games need to submit the CHSAA fee.

3. Attend Reguired training 

4. Pass online US Lacrosse rules test. The test is accessed through your personal Arbiter account. The test must be taken and passed prior to the start of the season on March 6th.

5. Complete the US Lacrosse On Line Education course. If you have taken this course in the past, you are not required to retake it.

CHSAA Background Check – All NEW officials will need to submit a background check to CHSAA in order to work high school & middle school games.

NEW THIS YEAR: Background checks will be submitted through the Arbiter Colorado Central Hub, account 103372. The cost is now $10. You must have registered with CWLOA and have been added to the Aribter account in order to gain access to submit your background check. Background checks are good for 3 years. Multi sport CHSAA officials only need to submit one background check which is good for all sports they officiate.


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