Recruiting, Eligibility, Academic & Community Resources

So much research and preparation goes into ALL successful acheivements...  For a big game or event, you practice to be your best!  We've shared some of the BEST tools and reference materials with you here to ensure your success.  If you don't see what you need, please contact one of our specialists and we'll be sure to get it for you.  LET'S GO!

What Is The NJCAA?

(National Junior College Athletic Association) It is the mission of the NJCAA to foster a national program of athletic participation in an environment that supports equitable opportunities consistent with the educational objectives of member colleges.  They promote 2-year college athletics without discrimination, which is incompatible with this mission and detracts from the organization's goal of promoting healthy and fair competition.

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NJCAA Eligibility Center

The NJCAA site will educate you on the opportunities that junior/community college can offer, as well as the many sports that many of the institutions participate in.  In addition to understanding these opportunities, learn what it takes to be eligible and what the process is to register within their stated rules and regulations.  For many, the "JUCO" route makes sense and is a very rewarding experience.

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NJCAA Eligibility Guide

This guide will give you direction regarding eligibility and participation in an NJCAA sanctioned sport, where a student-athlete must be in good academic standing; in accordance with the rules and bylaws of the NJCAA, the member region, and the individual institution.  He/she must be an amateur; who has not exhausted his/her eligibility; and who is in good health.  The sub-sections of Article V in this guide contain rules detailing and defining these requirements. 

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CCAA Eligibility Info - Canada

This information has been designed to help you, your family and your high school administrators understand the CCAA initial-eligibility process and to prepare you for transitioning from high school to becoming a CCAA student-athlete. Our 94 member institutions include colleges, universities, technical institutes and cégeps located in eight provinces and regionally governed by five member conferences.

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U Sports (CIS) Eligibility Info - Canada

This information has been designed to help you, your family and your high school administrators understand the U Sports initial-eligibility process and to prepare you for transitioning from high school to becoming a U Sports student-athlete.  Our 56 members are the majority of degree-granting universities in the country.

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Other Scholarships/Financial Aid

Many athletic scholarships are "partial" and only pay for a portion of your tuition, books, etc.  For most student-athletes wanting to play sports at college, getting additional sources of financial help is a must.  On this site, you can find scholarships and other financial aid from more than 2,200 programs, totaling nearly $6 billion.  Enter as much information as possible to find the most matches. Information via the College Board's Annual Survey of Financial Aid Programs.

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SAT Preparation

Use these "free" SAT preparation tools to get the best out of your experience.  Give your try at the official SAT Question of The Day.  Got skills?  Test them with practice questions in math, reading, writing and SAT Subject Tests.  Take an official full-length SAT exam or watch helpful video tutorials.  You can even build your own personal study guide to help you stay organized and  gain the most successful results.

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ACT Preparation

Practice and preparation are keys to success in anything you do.  With this ACT preparation site, you gain useful resources that help with your overall organization, along with specific focus on practice questions, study guides, test day check lists, tips for answering all question formats, and general test descriptions and tips for English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing portions of the ACT exam.

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The Teen Doc

Our teen doctor is Dr. Kemi Oguntala, but you can call her "Dr. O"...  What is a teen doctor?  A teen doctor specializes in the medical health, psychological health, and social issues of teenagers.  In order to do this, Dr. O completed medical school at the Drexel University in Pennsylvania, completed a residency in pediatrics at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, also in Pennsylvania.  She went on to do a fellowship in adolescent medicine at Stanford University...

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