The Princeton Review - Student Athletes
Planning to play sports in college? The Princeton Review offers an evaluative system designed to help student athletes understand university-level athletics programs. It offers a guide and admission tips that break down sports options high school students may have in college while still considering academics, campus culture, and financial aid.
It is a dream for many high school athletes to receive a "full ride" scholarship to continue playing their sport at a collegiate-level; however, only a fortunate few are rewarded. This source offers responses to questions that high school athletes frequently have in regard to sports and financial aid as well as a list of athletic scholarships to which students may apply.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes.
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National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is a governing body of small athletics programs that are dedicated to character-driven intercollegiate athletics. NAIA members provide more than 65,000 student-athletes with opportunities to play college sports, earn $600 million in scholarships and compete in 25 national championships.
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