The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recently released new transfer guides for student-athletes currently attending a two- or four-year institution and planning to transfer to a four-year NCAA school.
Hectic schedules, painful injuries, the rush of competition, and friendships that last a lifetime.
Eleven former collegiate athletes recently shared their memories — the good and the bad — with The Huffington Post.
Editor’s note: A version of this post originally appeared on Admitted in June 2016. It’s being republished as part of NACAC’s Best of the Blog series.
Hoping to play sports in college? Make sure your social media accounts send the right message to recruiters.
“Right or wrong, most college coaches will assume that how you act on social media will be how you act on campus,” according to a recent USA Today column by Fred Bastie. “For that reason, your actions and behavior on social media in high school are critical if you expect to play in college.”