Student-athletes who received accommodations in high school based on an Individual Education Plan [IEP] or 504 Plan are eligible to receive similar accommodations while enrolled in college. These student-athletes need to obtain a copy of their last evaluation, and a copy of the IEP or 504 Plan, then schedule a meeting with the College’s Office […]
In the past, student-athletes who did not meet the old sliding scale were not eligible to practice or compete in their first year of college. This allowed them time to develop their academic skills and work on their grade-point average without the distraction of practicing with their teams. Some students successfully argued that not begin […]
The question The Eligibility Coach is asked the most deals with the five-year clock. Student-athletes are confused about when it begins, when it stops, and how to calculate it. This short video will help you understand this important area of eligibility certification.
Congratulations to the prospects who were offered and accepted Athletic $cholarships and will compete in the sport they love this year in college. As pre-season practice approaches for fall sports, there are some things you need to know in order to make the process smoother. This short video will update you on what to take […]
The first Wednesday of each February begins a National Letter of Intent Signing Period. Although many people refer to “Football Signing Day,” the signing period for football, soccer and men’s water polo actually begins February 3 and continues until April 1, 2016. The NLI is a contract that parents and prospective student-athletes need to read […]