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OVER 5000 NORTH AMERICAN UNIVERSITY'S
AND COLLEGES

College Athletic Scholarship Recruiting

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APPROACHING 600
ATHLETES PLACED SINCE 2012
Athletic Scholarships

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Birch Prospects AthletesNCAA Division 1 Schools... These schools have the second amount of student athlete students, they have a wide variety of programs which manages the largest athletic budget in the NCAA, which also provides a host of athlete scholarships..

NCAA Division 1
346 Schools
56% receive scholarship aide
83% Graduation Success Rate (2014)
176,000 student athletes
Average: 19 teams per school
26 National Championships yearly

NCAA Division 2 Schools... They provide the third amount of student athletes in the NCAA with high level of academic achievement and athletic competition.

NCAA Division 2
307 Schools
61% receive scholarship aide
71% Graduation Success Rate (2014)
118,800 student athletes
Average: 15 teams per school
25 National Championships yearly

NCAA Division 3 Schools... Also focuses on the student athletes academic success while having the highest amount of schools and student athletes in the NCAA.

NCAA Division 3
439 Schools
82% receive scholarship aide
87% Graduation Success Rate (2014)
187,800 student athletes
Average: 18 teams per school
28 National Championships yearly

More than 150,000 college athletes receive $2.9 billion in athletics scholarships each year from NCAA member colleges and universities.

Student-athletes have regular access to top-notch coaching, facilities and equipment. These resources typically cost Olympic athletes thousands of dollars per year.

Student-athletes have access to cafeteria “training tables” on campus, with Division I and II schools permitted to furnish unlimited meals. In addition, some schools hire nutritionists and dieticians to work with each student-athlete.

Student-athletes have the opportunity to travel across the country and around the world for regular-season contests, NCAA championships and foreign tours. These experiences can open doors for the few who will compete professionally and for the majority who will go pro in something other than sports

Increasingly, the business world is focusing on creating a team environment with employees. By competing in college sports, student-athletes learn important skills such as leadership, time management and how to work with others toward a common goal. 

A college degree has a direct impact on a person’s quality of life. A 2013 report by The College Board shows that the median lifetime earnings of bachelor’s degree recipients are 65 percent higher than those of high school graduates.

Student-athletes have regular access to top-notch coaching, facilities and equipment. These resources typically cost Olympic athletes thousands of dollars per year.