The NFLPA academic guidance group (AGG) has released a new service called Academic Guidance, which is designed to help students navigate the academic landscape of the NFL.
The service includes a range of resources that will help students plan their studies, navigate the college entrance exam process, and understand how to get a job in the NFL and other professional sports.
Here are the most important things you should know about Academic Guidances.1.
The NFL doesn’t have an academic guidance services group.
But the NFL has partnered with colleges to create a consortium of educational advisers that includes the College of Education, the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAUC), and the American Institutes for Research (AIFR).
The consortium is known as the Academic Advisory Council.2.
Academic Guidings will be a part of the college admission process.
The College of Engineering is the main academic adviser, but you can use Academic Guidations for any college in the United States.3.
If you plan to apply to an NFL school, Academic Guidages are required by law to have an application fee of $1,000.4.
You will need to register for the service in advance, which you can do online or by calling the NCAA Office of Admissions at 800-544-8500.5.
The Service includes the following:1.
A list of all colleges that will be eligible for the Academic Guidancing service.2, 3, and 4.
This list includes schools that already have a college guidance service.5, 6, and 7.
A summary of the colleges that participate in the service.8.
A link to a checklist that will guide you through each step of the application process.9.
A description of how to obtain a job with the NFL, including information on how to apply, pay, and benefits.10.
An overview of the career pathways available to the students that receive the Academic Advising services.11.
A guide to how to find an academic advisor for your college.12.
Information about the academic advising service, including an overview of what types of services are available and how they work.13.
An explanation of how the services are funded, and the ways in which the service is supported.14.
An information sheet explaining how the service works and how it differs from traditional college admissions services.15.
Information on how colleges can access the service through the NCAA.16.
A downloadable version of the Academic Guide for the NFL that includes information about the service, the application and the checklist.17.
An updated version of Academic Guidisions Guide for NFL applications that includes links to additional resources and an FAQ.18.
An informational video on how the Academic Advisement service works.19.
A reminder that the NFL requires applicants to provide their home address and email address for all applications, including those that are submitted online.20.
A detailed explanation of the academic advisers who will be involved in the college admissions process, including how the advisors will work with applicants.21.
Information and a list of academic advisors that will provide services to applicants.22.
Information for NFL coaches about the college applications process and the College Football Playoff.23.
A timeline for the completion of the College Guidance service.24.
Information to help prospective college students prepare for the college application process, the NFL admission process, NFL job hunting, and other responsibilities.25.
A brief description of the educational adviser and the advisors they will work for.26.
An outline of how College of Electrical and Computer Engineering and College of Architecture, Urban Design, and Planning work together to provide a college-specific curriculum and curriculum-related services.27.
Information related to academic advising for students who have not completed the NCAA application process and who may not have received their college transcript yet.28.
Information regarding the availability of the Collegiate Licensing Grant Program and its requirements.29.
Information relating to the college of medicine.30.
Information concerning the availability and eligibility of financial aid and scholarships.31.
Information pertaining to the academic services offered through the National Student Clearinghouse (NSCL).32.
Information that helps prospective college applicants prepare for college application preparation.33.
A copy of the NSCLA application form that is used to submit college application forms.34.
A free copy of a NSCLEE application form.35.
A printed copy of an application form to be used to apply for academic services at a college.36.
An academic advising guide that is specific to the NCAA admissions process.37.
A sample NSCL application form for college applications.38.
An application form designed to assist students in completing the college-approved college application.39.
Information from the NCAA’s Academic Advisory Committee (ACA) regarding the academic advisors and college applications that will assist with academic preparation for the upcoming academic year.40.
A checklist that you can fill out if you have questions about how the application works and to help you get started.41.