What makes STUDENT-ATHLETES.com different from the typical Recruiting Services?
Student-Athletes.com is in the business of getting student-athletes noticed by college programs across the country and abroad. Student-Athletes.com share athletic résumés with college coaches to include student-athletes in their recruiting budget. We provide college coaches with everything from copies of your transcripts to your contact information (i.e., phone number, email), so if any coaches have any questions about you, we’ll direct them to you.
We abide and conduct our services under the NCAA Bylaws section 126.96.36.199 Talent Evaluation Services and Agents: A prospective student-athlete may allow a scouting service or agent to distribute personal information (e.g., high school academic and athletics records, physical statistics) to member institutions without jeopardizing his or her eligibility, provided the fee paid to such an agent is not based on placing the prospective student-athlete in a collegiate institution as a recipient of institutional financial aid.
How does STUDENT-ATHLETES.com help me choose the right school for me?
We have partnered with NOODLE.org to provide student-athletes with the best resources to help you refine your search and simplify your choices.
Noodle is the first and only life-long education search company in the world. John Katzman, the founder of The Princeton Review and 2Tor, started Noodle in 2011. Their goal is to provide a recommendation engine to help anyone find educational opportunities at all levels, from K-12 to college, grad school, weekend classes, and professional development.
Searching for the right educational opportunity is intimidating and overwhelming. Too often this means that students go to the obvious school, instead of the right school. NOODLE.org offers accurate, extensive data on over 150,000 schools and hundreds of thousands of education providers. Just answer a few questions and they will match you with the school, tutor, or educational opportunity that suits your interests, budget, location, and other preferences. For student-athletes, www.noodle.org/colleges is a great place to start.
Does college programs search & recruit athletes online?
Colleges use the web to gather recruiting information on potential prospects only if that information comes from a trusted and NCAA compliant scouting service like STUDENT-ATHLETES.com.
There are thousands of athlete résumés online. In reality, most athletes are not true college prospects and coaches don’t waste their time checking them all. Often, the information provided résumés are exaggerated or inaccurate and college coaches are not fooled.
The opportunity to play at the next level is earned and not given, so posting your résumé online does not make you a prospect, it gives you exposure or popularity. You must first have the qualifications to play college sports. If you do, and if you are registered with Student-Athletes.com, our site will be the best resource for your up-to-date scouting information, but you have to continue to make updates as they come.
College programs has continued to rely on accurate recruiting information about our clients.
Where is my temporary password in my email?
Will STUDENT-ATHLETES.com help me get noticed and recruited?
We’ve structured our service to increase your exposure to college coaches by contacting every school directly.
We expand colleges recruiting territory – Most collegiate programs have limited recruiting budget, which forces them to search regionally. Our site will give them the best student-athletes to recruit.
We assists high school programs – We understand there are high school programs that may not have the tools and reputation for giving their student-athletes a chance to gain exposure.
How will STUDENT-ATHLETES.com increase my chances of receiving an Athletic Scholarship/Financial-aid?
STUDENT-ATHLETES.com is a source for adding exposure for high school student-athletes. We provide information for college coaches to review when considering recruiting a student-athlete by creating an athletic resume.
We would like students and parents to understand that if your son or daughter is not a committed student-athlete, you are wasting your time and money.
Our site is for student-athletes who are 100% committed to playing college athletics, in their desired sport, and are looking to increase his or her chances for collegiate exposure.
We encourage student-athletes and parents to take into consideration that their love for the sport alone will not result in getting positive attention from collegiate coaches, thus, dramatically decreasing their goals in playing at the collegiate level. We want both parent and student-athlete to be honest when considering the possibility in taking their skills beyond high school and into the collegiate level.
Does registering with STUDENT-ATHLETES.com violate any NCAA regulations?
Registering does not violate any NCAA regulations. We urge all athletes and parents to read through the NCAA Rules and Regulations which we’ve conveniently provided for you.
Is the information I provide on STUDENT-ATHLETES.com safe and secure?
Upon registering, only you can determine who has access to the content within your account.
How will coaches contact me?
In efforts to eliminate every possibility of recruiting violations, Student-Athletes.com share athletic résumés with college coaches. We provide college coaches with everything from copies of your transcripts to your contact information (i.e., phone number, email), so if any coaches have any questions about you, we’ll direct them to you and your high school administrators.
When should I start using STUDENT-ATHLETES.com to contact College Coaches?
Start early – Begin as early as possible. We recommend your junior/senior year and if you’re good enough sophomore years. This is especially important with senior athletes participating in spring sports prior to their graduation.
How can I make updates / changes to my résumé ?
Send any updates, pictures, video, etc., to email@example.com. Allow up to 24 hours for your changes to post to your résumés.
Is there anything else I need to do to besides contact College Coaches?
Yes, if you want to play Division I or II athletics you must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. We have provided links for your convenience.
How do I delete my profile?
If you wish to delete your athletic profile with Student-Athletes, simply click here to submit your request. Please allow 1-2 business days process your request.
Will STUDENT-ATHLETES.com get me a scholarship?