|D1, D2, D3 or NAIA schools, it is wise to begin researching junior
There are unique cases in which scholarships are offered to players who
are academically below the admission requirements, but those
scholarships are typically reserved for blue-chip athletes. In most cases
they are red-shirted for the first year to improve their academics.
Q & A:
- Can I transfer to a 4-year school after one-year at a JUCO?
- ANSWER: If you are academically unable to be admitted into
a 4-year school as high-school student, it is not likely you
will be academically admitted after one year of junior
college. It is likely you will need to earn a 2-year transfer
- QUESTION: If I earn my 2-year associates transfer degree, will I
still need to submit my high-school transcripts and take the SAT
to get into a 4-year school?
- ANSWER: No, once you've earned your 2-year degree, your
high-school academics are no longer an issue. A 2-year
transfer degree is accepted by most public and private 4-year
schools. However, some institutions may still require that
you submit your high-school transcripts for records but may
not use them to determine admission.
- QUESTION: What is a "PREDICTOR?"
- ANSWER: A PREDICTOR is a student-athlete who was
initially admitted into a 4-year college out of high-school,
but opted to attend a 2-year college. This athlete is able to
transfer to a 4-year school after one-year, without earning an