Scholarships & Financial Aid

Athletic Scholarship Information

Athletics
www.njcaa.org - National Junior College Athletic Association
www.naia.org  -  National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (register during your sophomore year)
www.ncaa.org  - National Collegiate Athletic Association (register during your sophomore year) 

  

Athnet – How to get recruited to play college sports.  This website offers a huge amount of information for student athletes and their parents http://www.athleticscholarships.net/

 

NCAA Eligibility Is Up to You!  Don't miss out on an opportunity because you don't know the rules.

 

COLLEGE PLANNING FOR STUDENT ATHLETES

 

Send your transcript to the NCAA through your www.gacollege411.org account.  Click on "Applications & Transcripts", go to "Transcripts" scroll to "NCAA Eligibilty Clearing House" and hit send. Also, add them to your SAT/ACT  - you receive four (4) free scores to use each time you register to take the SAT/ACT.

 

 

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the largest athletic association and has three divisions: Division I, II, and III. Division I and II schools offer athletic scholarships; Division III schools do not. If you want to attend a Division I or II school, you must be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. For more information on NCAA regulations, please visit the NCAA website.

 

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is similar to the NCAA, but has two divisions and different eligibility requirements. Learn more about NAIA requirements.

 

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) represents two-year colleges and has three divisions. Find out more about NJCAA.

 

The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) is an association of Christian colleges and has two divisions. Learn more about theNCCAA.

 

You can also learn more about college planning for student athletes on EducationPlanner.org.

 

 

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