College Athletes – Scholarships

The Cost of Not Being An Informed Athlete

Last week, I was contacted by three different student-athletes and/or families within 24 hours with very similar situations. In each case, the NCAA Division I student-athlete was planning to transfer and was ready to, or already had, resigned from their … Read More

NCAA DI Rule Changes for 2015-16

At the recent 2015 NCAA Convention, which was held near Washington, DC, voting representatives for Division I institutions approved two legislative proposals which drew much attention, and which will significantly impact Division I student-athletes, especially those receiving full athletic scholarships. … Read More

NCAA Rules on Outside Scholarships

For high school student-athletes who plan to play a sport at an NCAA Division I or II university, it’s important to remember some key points if you receive a scholarship from your high school, local civic club, parent’s employer, or … Read More

Key Points about Outside Scholarships

The end of the school year will be arriving before we know it, bringing with it graduations and awards ceremonies where many scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors to help pay for their college education.   For those … Read More