Searching for College Programs

Our college search tool allows you to discover colleges that are a great fit for your academic and athletic preferences. This tool can be utilized by both athlete and admin users.

Updating the search with filters

To update the search query, update any of the filters on the left side of the screen:

For example, if we update the location and division, we will see the results update in real time:

Here are all the currently supported filters:

  • College name
  • Location
    • Current Location (you will get a pop up for permission the first time you try this)
    • Zip Code
    • State and region
    • Note: for the current location and zip code filters, you can also set the distance from the location for a more specific search
  • Sport (your sport will be selected by default, and if you have two profiles your second sport will be available as well)
  • Division
  • Conference
  • Academic Field of Study (like major but more broad)
  • Graduation rate
  • Average annual cost (including room and board plus tuition)
  • SAT Math Score
  • SAT Reading Score
  • ACT Score
  • Enrollment Size (undergraduate)
  • Acceptance Rate
  • School Type (public, private for-profit, private non-profit)
  • Locale (City, suburb, town, rural)
  • Religious affiliation

Learning more about a specific college

Once you find a school that piques your interest, you can learn more by clicking the "More Info" button at the bottom of the college card:

You will then be taken to the college info page that looks like this:

On the college info page, you will find the current coaches and their contact information, athletic information, general information, academic information, and key metrics. Most of these are searchable criteria for the college search tool.

That's it! You can now easily search and learn more about any college program in seconds! 🎉

Note: Our college data is pulled from the official government dataset (ed.gov).

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