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Athletic Associations

NCAA   National Collegiate Athletic Association
NAIA   National Association Of Intercollegiate Athletics
NJCAA   National Junior College Athletic Association
NCCAA   National Christian College Athletic Association
COA/CCCAA   California Community College Athletic Association

Academic Forms Resources

FAFSA (student aid application)
NCAA Eligibility Center (Clearinghouse registration)

School Reviews / Academic Reports


Tips for every athlete:

  • Do you know the current NCAA Recruiting Schedule? If not start here,
  • Have you checked athletic association site(s) for up to date requirements? Go to
  • Be realistic about your ability level (realistic applications return the best results).
  • Consider campus size and location (ie. big vs. small and metro vs. rural). Use online tools like to help with your research and even take practice ACT's.
  • Get yourself in front of as many coaches as possible to maximize your athletic scholarship potential. 
  • Have an academic field in mind and consider each school's adademics as well as your ability to meet application requirements.
  • Obtain reference letters from teachers, counselors, coaches or/and community leaders.
  • Choose the overall package that best fits you (ie. best academic fit, best sport program fit, location, school size, scholarship, etc...) since things can sometimes change and a collegiate degree is the ultimate goal. Focusing too much on a scholarship for example, may result in your committing to a school that you don't enjoy being at.
  • Keep organized notes regarding schools, programs, conversations, etc...
  • Get the best help that you can. Start your Athlete Recruiting Services campaign today.