Monday, September 14, 2009

Choosing a college

Choosing a college can be one of the hardest decision of your life. When you throw collegiate athletics into the mix, the decision process can be a very stressful time for student athletes and their families. There are some things that an athlete should do before considering schools. It will help if the athlete sits down and makes a list of criteria that they would like their selected college to meet.
There are so many things to think about when selecting a college, and there are a lot of factors that should to into your decision. Think about everything that will make you happy, and make your college experience exactly what you want it to be. Don't think that any criteria are crazy to hope for when selecting a school.
In the end, the college choice has to be made by the student athlete. Ultimately they are the ones that will play for that team, go to that school, and be a part of that institution. It has to be a decision they are comfortable with and that will satisfy them. Also, when making the final decision, stick with your gut. Choose a school and be confident about your choice. Don't go back and second guess yourself. Follow your gut and go where you feel like you fit in the best, and where you will have the most enjoyable college experience. In the end, it has to be a decision that is made by YOU. Mom and dad can't decide what coaches you get along with best, and no coach can decide what university you feel you will fit in the best at. It has to be a decision made by you, for you.

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