Q: Do DIII schools offer athletic scholarships?

Q: Do DIII schools offer athletic scholarships?

A: NCAA DIII institutions do NOT offer athletic scholarships… but they are able to offer need-based, academic or merit scholarships.

There are over 400 NCAA DIII institutions, making it the largest division within the NCAA. Many athletes go on to receive some sort of financial aid, as well as the opportunity to continue their playing career at the collegiate level.

Beyond Division III, there are nearly 300 NAIA member schools with over 60,000 student-athletes, many of whom are receiving athletics financial aid. That means, OPPORTUNITIES!!!

LINK: DIII NCAA ATHLETICS

LINK: NAIA – SCHOOLS AND SPORTS OFFERED

LINK: NAIA Quick Facts Info Sheet

 

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