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The Brand New NCAA 2018-2019 Guidebook is Here and Ready for Download

August 29, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   College Recruiting,Student-Athlete Tips   |   0 Comment»

For any prospective student-athlete striving to play in the NCAA and beyond, the 2018-2019 Guide for the College Student-Athlete is a must read. This helpful guidebook is now available to download through the NCAA’s site and provides a full array of important information regarding eligibility, recruiting calendars, test scores, and scholarships. As the NCAA’s official guidebook for future athletes, it will provide the exact details that you’ll need to know to play sports in college.

Every student-athlete should get a copy of this manual. Fortunately, for those who take advantage of Recruiting Realities’ helpful resources, any purchase of our “Recruiting Realities Ultimate Student-Athlete Handbook” will come with a hard copy of the NCAA college bound student-athlete guide. Additionally, this information is covered by recruiting expert Jack Renkens at his insightful seminars presented to student-athletes, parents, counselors and athletic staff in high schools nationwide. These 55-minute sessions with Jack Renkens offer the right tools necessary to start and finish the entire recruiting process with the right mindset to earn an athletic scholarship in college. Be sure to check the schedule to see when Jack is speaking near you!

College Bound Student Athlete Guide 2018-19

HELPFUL HINTS FROM NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER:

  • Visit ncaa.org/playcollegesports to lean more about opportunities available at NCAA schools.
  • Know current and future academic standards for Division I and Division II.
  • Complete NCAA-approved courses throughout high school. Your high school counselor can help you find and select courses.
  • Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org during your sophomore year if you are interested in playing college sports.
  • After six semesters, ask your high school counselor to send official transcripts from all high schools you have attend to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

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