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PSC College Placement 2020 Presentation

PSC College Placement Presentation - July 2020

List of Division I & II Colleges in Florida

Division I schools must provide at least seven sports for both genders, or six for men and eight for women, according to the NCAA website. Additionally, there must be two or more team sports offered...

College Prep

Parkland Soccer Club adopts a comprehensive approach to player development and college placement. It is critical that our players learn the necessary technical and tactical skill to excel on the field, but we also focus intentionally on character development and mental toughness. Preparing for college requires intense commitment to academic, athletic, and psychological success.

PSC provides competitive players excellent college preparation resources. College prospects will receive an in-depth education to the college search process, and one on one counseling.  Our college bound prospects are exceptionally prepared to navigate the college search process.

Coach Contact Letter 1

Dear Coach XXXXXXXX,

My name is XXXXXXXX, I am part of the class of 201X. I am interested in attending XXXXXXX and learning more about your XXXXXXXXXXX program. I am also interested in playing soccer...

Coach Contact Letter Example 1

SAMPLE LETTER TO COLLEGE COACH

College Resources

PSC College Information

NAIA (The NAIA Eligibility Center)

NAIA (The NAIA Eligibility Center)
http://www.playnaia.org/PlayNAIA.org is the official clearinghouse for NAIA eligibility. Every student-athlete must register with the NAIA eligibility center to play sports at an NAIA college. The eligibility center is also a powerful tool to help athletes connect with coaches and NAIA schools – and find money for college through thousands of NAIA athletic scholarships.

ACT Student

ACT Student (ACT Entrance Exam and Scholarship)
http://www.actstudent.org

The ACT is the second of two exams that you can take to be eligible to attend college. Every student-athlete must achieve a certain score on the ACT in order to be eligible to play collegiate athletics.

Through the ACT website, you can register for an upcoming ACT exam, have your scores sent to the college of your choice, and even take practice exams to get prepare for the real one! Visit the ACT website to answer any other questions you may have.

NCAA Eligibility Center (Formerly NCAA Clearinghouse)

NCAA Eligibility Center (Formerly NCAA Clearinghouse)
https://web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter/common/

The NCAA Eligibility Center is something that every potential collegiate student-athlete needs to register for in order to play collegiate sports. Your high school transcripts, SAT scores, ACT scores will all need to be filed with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

You should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at the beginning of your junior year of high school.

CollegeBoard 

CollegeBoard (SAT College Entrance Exam and Scholarship Website)
http://www.collegeboard.com

The SAT is one of two exams that you can take to be eligible to attend college.  Every student-athlete must achieve a certain score on the SAT in order to be eligible to play collegiate athletics.  Through the collegeboard website, you can register for an upcoming SAT exam, have your scores sent to the college of your choice, and even take practice exams to get prepare for the real one!

The SAT is a more widely used test when it comes to college athletics, but not the only option. Visit the CollegeBoard website to answer any other questions about the SAT you may have.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA Website (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov

Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  This is the application for college-bound students to potentially receive Federal and State grant money to attend a public or private college.  The FAFSA awards are mainly based on financial need and merit of the student.   Not only does the FAFSA open up opportunities from the Federal and State governments, but it also highlights specific awards at different collegiate institutions.  Every potential college bound student should file the FAFSA for scholarship opportunities for college.  Visit the FAFSA website today!