When and where will the 2024 national pageant take place?
The national pageant will take place in January 2024. The official host city and dates will be announced in the coming months here on the website under the NATIONAL PAGEANT page, as well as across all of our social media pages! Be sure to follow Mrs USA Earth on both Facebook and Instagram!
What are the national competition categories?
All delegates will compete in Environmental Service Project, Charitable Giving, Photogenic, Interview, Activewear, and Evening Gown.
When and where will the 2023 state pageants take place?
The state pageants typically take place throughout the spring and summer. Be sure to follow Mrs USA Earth™ on both Facebook and Instagram as we announce dates and points of contact for each state!
What are the state competition categories?
All state contestants will compete in Environmental Service Project, Photogenic, Interview, Activewear, and Evening Gown.
Has Mrs USA Earth™ done away with the swimsuit competition?
No! We have decided to make activewear (sportswear) a mandatory area of competition for all delegates, and the swimwear competition will be available as an optional competition. This way, delegates who would like the opportunity to showcase in swimwear still have the option to do so and an opportunity to be recognized. As an optional competition, it will have no bearing on the overall competiton results.
I wanted to compete this year, but the state I live in is already taken. Do I have to wait until next year?
No! There are quite a few states that are open for at-large entry, meaning you do not have to live in the state to represent it and compete at nationals! At-large titles awarded hold the same weight and prestige as titles awarded at a state pageant!
Is there a minimum age requirement to enter?
Yes. Delegates must be at least 21 years old as of December 31, 2023 to enter.
Are you required to be married to compete?
Yes. Delegates must be legally married (not common law) and not separated or a party of any divorce proceedings This rule applies to the delegates entire reign as a state, national, and/or international titleholder.
Is there a rule regarding having children?
No! Delegates are welcome to enter--whether they have children or not.
Is there a height or weight requirement?
No! We are women and we come in all shapes and sizes. All of those shapes and sizes are welcome to compete!
How much does it cost to compete?
The total entry fee is $1350 if paid in full (this includes a discount). This includes your entry fee, certain competition wardrobe, activities, and more!
Are application or entry fees refundable?
All fees and payments are final, non-refundable, and non-transferable.
Do I have to pay my entry fee in full up front?
No! Your entry fee can be paid right away so that you don't have to worry about it anymore, or you can break your entry fee up into 4 or 6-monthly payments. More information is provided in your title offer if you receive one. The entry fee you pay or make payments on does not include the wardrobe fee. This will be collected later in the year.
If I enter a state pageant and win, do I still have to pay an entry fee?
No! Entering and winning a state pageant automatically enters you into the national pageant competition. You will only be responsible for your wardrobe fee portion of the entry fee--which is about $250.
My state doesn't have a state pageant. Can I still compete at the national competition?
Yes! If you live in or would like to represent a state that does not have a state pageant, you can be interviewed and considered for an appointed title!
I entered a state pageant and did not win, but I would still like to compete at nationals. Is that possible?
Yes! You can contact the national office or Delegate Coordinator if you would like to represent an available state that does not have a state pageant. You can be interviewed and considered for an appointed title! You would pay your entry fees directly to the national office to enter if offered a title.
If I accept an appointed state title, does that mean I am on my own?
No! Being offered an appointed state title has the same prestige as a title that was awarded in a competition. Even though you don't have a state director to report to, you will have a Delegate Coordinator who will be your point of contact! They will be available to help guide you through your prep for nationals.