A Super Seminar is a great opportunity for middle school and high school student-athletes of all sports, and parents, to become better educated on issues that matter during the recruiting process. Topics to be discussed will include NCAA rules (including class of 2016 & 2018 changes), NAIA academic eligibility, the role of social networking in recruiting, character development, saving for college and much more.
- Three Rules of Being a Parent
- Scholarship Myths and Facts
- NAIA and JUCO education
- Scholarships, do they differ?
- The Name Game
- Negotiate/Cooperative Education
- Dangers of Social Networking/Cell Phones
- Saving for College
- National Letter of Intent
- NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Centers
- Recruiting Services
- NCAA Core Course Requirements
In addition, the NFL Players Association will discuss the business of football, how you can become an informed consumer and decision-maker, along with preparing to make the academic and athletic transition from high school to college a successful one.
Presented in partnership with the National Football League Players Association, Super Seminars are free of charge and offer opportunities for free game tickets. Select a location near you and register today.
Past Super Seminars
University of South Florida - March 13, 2013 - photos
University of Texas at San Antonio - December 18, 2012 - photos