The objectives of the NCSA are varied and change with time. At the present, some of the major objectives are stated in the following list.
1.To provide a formal organization to promote the professional development of club swimming in the United States.
2.To assist in the communication between the coaches of the NCSA.
3.To assist in representing the collective views, needs and positions of concerns of the NCSA members to United States Swimming, Inc.,
4.To assist in representing the collective views, needs and positions of concerns of the NCSA members to the American Swimming Coaches Association, Inc. and other institutional organization; such as the NCAA and NISCA.
5.To assure that the future situations of competition are in the best interest and meet the current needs of the NCSA members; such as age group officiating rules, USA Junior National Championships, league or conference competitions.
6.To encourage, support and assist with the creative advancement of the art and science of coaching swimming by the members of the NCSA.
7.To provide assistance to clubs in forming swimming conferences throughout the United States.
8.To assist in forming national and regional relationships and sponsorships with corporate America to assist in funding and positively impacting club swimming at the local level.
9.To use the Internet to maximize communication, involvement, decision making, educational opportunities, and business opportunities of the members of the association. To maximize the Internet in conducting the business operations of the association.
10.To assure that club athletes and coaches have international swimming opportunities in relation to their contribution to the excellence of swimming in the United States.
11.To provide motivating programs to athletes, coaches and club members of NCSA to encourage swimming excellence; such as, club camps, clinics and competitive exchanges.
12.To assist coaches in developing their athletes to the very highest level possible!
13.To assist United State Swimming, Inc. in producing the best swimming programs for the United States and contribute to the highest level of international success for the United States.
14.To assist clubs in developing post college opportunities for athletes who wish to continue training and competing for club swimming programs; including, financial incentive programs for coaches and clubs.
15.To assist club coaches in receiving recognition and financial rewards for the many years spent developing the very top swimming athletes that successfully represent the United States in international competitions.
16.To assist clubs with advertising, recruiting materials and market access solutions.
17. To assist with members in solving facility issues: planning, design and cost reductions. Provide leadership towards the application of alternative energy sources for the heating and water circulation needs of our pools.