Get in the Game: Tips for Student-Athletes and Their Families
NACAC's brochure, Get in the Game, breaks down the college application process for student athletes into 10 steps to help students identify a college where they can pursue both their athletic and academic interests.
Best Practices for Supporting Student Athletes: A Resource for College Admission Professionals
A recent report from the Association of Chief Admissions Officers at Public Universities (ACAOPU) addresses the recruitment of student-athletes and offers the following guidance.
E-Learning Course: The Counselor’s Guide to the Student-Athlete Advising Process
The Counselor’s Guide to the Student-Athlete Advising Process is an insider’s guide to college athletics that provides all the information you need in one convenient place.
Best Practices for Supporting Student Athletes
A recent report from the Association of Chief Admissions Officers at Public Universities (ACAOPU) addresses the recruitment of student-athletes and offers the following guidance.Learn More
Prospective Student Athlete Advocacy SIG
The Prospective Student Athlete Advocacy SIG supports efforts to protect the rights and interests of student-athletes in their transition to college and to educate students, parents, admissions professionals, college counselors, and others about the needs of student-athletes in the college admission process.Learn More
School Counselor Professional Development Days
One day professional development experience for school counselors in public school systems.Learn More
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Advising Prospective NCAA Student-Athletes
This webinar explores the role of school counselors in supporting and guiding student-athletes through the process of NCAA initial eligibility and recruiting. Topics include initial-eligibility requirements, core-course review, the new SAT, college choice, and recruiting.Watch Now
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
Visit the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) website for more information about eligibility to play at NAIA-member schools.NAIA
National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
Visit the National Junior College Athletic Association to find out more about sports at junior colleges and two-year institutions.National Junior College Athletic Association
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility
Visit the NCAA website for more information.NCAA Eligibility Center