|Sport College skiing|
|Location Reno, Nevada|
Host(s) University of Nevada
Champions Denver (1st title)
The 1954 NCAA Skiing Championships were contested at the first annual NCAA-sanctioned ski tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of men's collegiate alpine and cross country skiing in the United States. This year's championships were contested in Reno, Nevada, hosted by the University of Nevada.
Denver finished ahead of Seattle to claim the team championship. The Pioneers were coached by Willy Schaeffler.