January Recruiting Reminders for Seniors
by NCSA, 11 January 2014
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Our friends at NCSA bring you a monthly look at how to approach college tennis recruiting. NCSA helps to educate and assist committed student-athletes - helping them connect with college coaches.
Take a look at what seniors should be thinking about in January... Financial Aid:
January 1st is the first day seniors are able to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA
). Financial aid is given on a first come, first serve basis so you will want to complete your FASFA application as soon as possible.
Click here to view state-specific aid deadlines.
Applications: Check your application deadlines! Many top academic institution deadlines have passed or are fast approaching. Athletes should request for-fee waivers and find out what the application process is from each coach before submitting their application.
Click here to learn more about the recruiting process and to start connecting with college coaches.
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Our team of former college athletes, coaches and scouts, our network of 99% of American college coaches, and our custom technology and tools give you the edge you need in the most important game of your life.
Serious tennis players should consider joining the 1,400 college tennis coaches and 18,000 tennis players already in the NCSA network.
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