|Baseball Scholarship||Women’s Soccer Scholarship|
|Softball Scholarship||Men’s Swimming Scholarship|
|Men’s Basketball Scholarship||Women’s Swimming Scholarship|
|Women’s Basketball Scholarship||Men’s Tennis Scholarship|
|Field Hockey Scholarship||Women’s Tennis Scholarship|
|Football Scholarship||Men’s Track Scholarship|
|Men’s Golf Scholarship||Women’s Track Scholarship|
|Women’s Golf Scholarship||Men’s Volleyball Scholarship|
|Men’s Ice Hockey Scholarship||Women’s Volleyball Scholarship|
|Women’s Ice Hockey Scholarship||Men’s Water Polo Scholarship|
|Men’s Lacrosse Scholarship||Women’s Water Polo Scholarship|
|Women’s Lacrosse Scholarship||Wrestling Scholarship|
|Men’s Soccer Scholarship|
Student-athletes looking to compete at the collegiate level cannot rely on their athletic ability alone to catch the attention of college coaches. A successful recruiting process requires student-athletes to proactively market themselves, and an NCSA recruiting profile is a great way to get started. Visit our page on how NCSA works to learn more about our recruiting profiles and how we help student-athletes get recruited.
Student-athletes wondering how to find athletic scholarships should start by contacting college coaches. As athletes build relationships with coaches, they will be able to discuss their athletic resume and determine what opportunities for college athletic scholarships are available. Remember, if you find that you are not a contender for an athletic scholarship or you are looking to attend an NCAA Division 3 school, there are merit-based scholarships for athletes with good grades.
To compete at an NCAA program and be eligible to receive athletic scholarships, student-athletes must meet the NCAA eligibility requirements.
The NCAA has established strict rules and regulations for the college recruiting process. For example, the NCAA determines what sports are scholarship athletics and the number of athletic scholarships that college coaches are permitted to award per sport each year. Student-athletes should familiarize themselves with these guidelines as they develop a recruiting game plan. First you need to understand scholarship athletics at the collegiate level.
Not sure how to know what sport is for you? Check out our addition recruiting resources, for more recruiting information that will help you determine the right sport and college program for you and build your athletic resume.