Start the Academic Year off Correctly

As pre-season college football kicks off across the country, high school and junior college students in the Classes of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 should be getting ready to start the year off right.

Second Year Junior College Students

First Year Junior College Students

  • Go to every class session.
  • Introduce yourself to your instructors and arrange to meet with them outside of class.
  • Get the highest grade that you can in each class.
  • Do not register for more than two physical education courses.
  • Send a copy of your competition schedule to college coaches at universities you have in interest in transferring to after graduation.

High School Seniors

  • Get a copy of your transcript and determine what core course still need to be completed prior to certification. Register for those courses.
  • Calculate your NCAA grade point average and determine where you stand in terms of the NCAA sliding scale.
  • Register to take the October SAT or ACT exam and list 9999 for the NCAA Eligibility Center and 9876 for the NAIA Eligibility Center.
  • Determine your budget and schedule unofficial visits to universities of interest.
  • Narrow your college choices to five and prepare to apply to those universities.
  • Provide a copy of your resume to the persons you will ask to write letters of recommendation for you.
  • Start writing your application essays to allow time for editing them before deadlines.

High School Juniors

  • Get a copy of your transcript and determine core courses you will take this fall
  • Calculate your NCAA grade point average and determine
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    where you stand in terms of the NCAA sliding scale,

  • Register to take the October SAT or ACT exam and list 9999 for the NCAA Eligibility Center and 9876 for the NAIA Eligibility Center,
  • Get the highest grades you can in each class.
  • Research and decide if you will use a recruiting service.
  • Narrow your college choices to 10.
  • Make unofficial visits to local colleges to practice before you visit universities of interest.

High School Freshmen and Sophomores

  • Take more core courses each semester than electives.
  • Get the highest grades possible in each class.
  • Let your coaches know about your desire to compete in athletics in college.
  • Let your guidance counselor know about your desire to pursue college athletic scholarships.
  • Meet your teachers and get allow them to get your know them personally.

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