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NCAA Student-Athletes

When people hear the words “student-athlete,” they picture a young person pursuing a college education while playing on a sports team. In reality, this is not what student-athletes are doing. They are not students first and athletes second; they are athletes who are also required to meet academic standards.


It is estimated that 4.4 million students participate in interscholastic athletics; a large majority of them, who are on the field, court and mat, are also in the classroom. The biggest challenge for student athletes is to maintain good grades while they are training to become top-ranked competitors. Student athletes have to manage a lot of things: schoolwork, college applications, sports practices and games, plus their own personal lives and relationships. This juggling act is high-pressure and stressful for many young people. While some athletes succeed with very little sleep and top grades, other student athletes struggle to balance.


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