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What is NIL?

NIL, or Name, Image, and Likeness is the policy enacted in 2021 that allows college athletes to earn money, specifically through leveraging their status as college athletes. You may hear NIL frequently described as “college athletes getting paid”, which gives the wrong idea that universi...

03.23.23 08:32 PM - Comment(s)

It seemed like most counselors I talked to this past application season, no matter where they were from, were asked to add one specific college to their application list after about October 15, 2022. Does the University of Tennessee ring a bell for anyone else? If it makes you feel any better, you w...

03.22.23 08:27 PM - Comment(s)

“You see some schools offering 300, 400 kids. That’s how they do their business, but I just think it’s not good for the game. There’s no meaning in evaluations. They’re just offered to offer.”

 

Earlier this month, college football support and recruiting staff across the country met in Nashville ...

08.08.22 05:00 PM - Comment(s)

College Admissions offices are focusing more and more on one aspect of the college selection process - College visits.

Getting students to campus is one of the most important factors in both enrollment and retention, so many schools will dish out a large amount of financial collateral to get student...

07.25.22 05:00 PM - Comment(s)
Tulane recently announced their acceptance breakdowns from the different application options offered, and two-thirds of their admitted students were early decision applicants. On the other hand, only 106 regular decision students were admitted to the same class. First, let’s understand what the...
07.18.22 05:00 PM - Comment(s)

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