The NJCAA has certain academic requirements you must meet in order to compete for any of their member schools. These requirements are different than both the NCAA and NAIA qualifications, and tend to be less complex at the NJCAA levels.
To meet the NJCAA academic requirements, you need to graduate from high school or receive your GED equivalent that can be approved by the NJCAA Eligibility Center. If you did not graduate from high school, you can become eligible by completing a term of college courses, 12 credits with a 1.75 GPA or higher.
“How good do I need to be to get a sports scholarship” The athletic skill level of college athletes varies between division levels. Division 1 sports are highly competitive so any athletes at this level are top-tier competitors. Division 2, 3, and NAIA are a bit less so, but all college sports require a certain ability level.
If you are dedicated, hard-working, and a good student, you already have a chance to find a scholarship opportunity at the collegiate level.
There are a lot of different things that coaches look for in scholarship athletes. In order to determine where you could possibly compete, it would be a good idea to get evaluated.
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