Athletic Scholarship Assistance Sites
High school and junior college athletes looking for college scholarships can target specific schools with the help of these sites.
Male and female high school students in the United States and around the world are able to check out the colleges and universities where their athletic abilities can best be used. They can check out athletic scholarships and coaches in more than 1,200 college programs (with 35,000 coaches) across the United States.
Finding the right fit for specific athletic abilities is not easy!
High school athletes who wait until their junior or senior year to research the availability of college scholarships may be left behind. It's best to begin visiting and calling colleges and becoming familiar with the best college athletic programs as soon as possible.
Some of these college athletic recruiting sites are free, while others are paid. College sports recruiting rules change year-to-year; so it's important to use a site that's up to date on the changes in the particular sport involved.
Some athletic sites also provide an unbiased way to evaluate a high school or junior college athlete's true ability and chances of landing a college scholarship - without input from coaches and parents.
Given the cost of college today, it never hurts to check out what's available in the way of scholarship assistance.
- American Educational Guidance Center
- Athletes USA
- Athletic Advancement Group
- Athletic Scholarship Corp.
- Athletic Scholarships.net
- College Athletic Placement Service
- College Athletic Scholarship
- College Prospects of America, Inc
- College Sports Scholarships
- Dynamite Sports
- International College Athletic Connection
- Keep Playing! Athletics
- Made Scholarships
- Mark Bercik's Sport Scholarship Guide
- My Game Film
- Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization
- Sporting Chance USA
- Sports Scholarship Pro
- Student Athlete Magazine