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Important NCAA Rules and Regulations

2013-2014 During this academic year, D-I athletic programs may award athletic scholarships for more than one year. Up until then, athletic scholarshi...

Focus on Financial Aid for Athletes

College costs continue to increase, making it harder and harder to pay for an education. However, athletes who make a concerted effort to seek fin...

Financial Aid Options

Consider this scenario: you receive a scholarship offer late in the recruiting period, only to discover that you can't afford college. Regardless of t...

Attention Recruits: "Free Ride" May Be Misleading

Just a heads up to all talented and hard-working athletes looking to enter college: a "full scholarship" might not provide as much as it implies. ...

360 Football Academy

Looking to dominate your competition, on and off the field? You may want to scope out the 360 Football Academy, whose mission is "to provide stude...

College Divisional Breakdown

NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, Division I, Division I-AA, Division II, Division III. You're probably asking yourself: What the heck does it all mean and how does ...

Financial Aid 411

Congratulations! You've been accepted by your number one school. But before you attend your first college practice or class, getting your finances in ...

Divisional Breakdown

Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions you'll make, as the school you select needs to fit you as both a student and an athlete. Thi...

Eligibility Center Requirements

Before you even think about playing, practicing or getting a D-I or D-II scholarship, you'd better make sure your grades and test scores are up to pa...

Receiving Financial Aid

If you intend to play in college, you need more than sick skills and a brain. You also need the funds to pay for your schooling. Get in the loop with...

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