A Student Athlete s Guide to SuccessA Student Athlete s Guide to Success



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Author: Trent A. Petrie

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0495570532

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Page: 352

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Excellence in the classroom can be combined with excellence on the field. Help your students reach peak performance in class and in life with college success topic coverage that has a specific focus on the unique challenges facing student athletes. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

A Student Athlete s Guide to College SuccessA Student Athlete s Guide to College Success



A workbook style text that includes extensive coverage of mainstream college success topics with a focus on the unique challenges facing student athletes.

Author: Trent A. Petrie

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: 0534569994

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Page: 315

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A workbook style text that includes extensive coverage of mainstream college success topics with a focus on the unique challenges facing student athletes.

The Student Athlete s Guide to College SuccessThe Student Athlete s Guide to College Success



An invaluable guide for potential collegiate student athletes, this guide presents strategies to assist student athletes with life skills both inside and outside of the classroom and athletic arenas.

Author: Algerian Hart Ph.D.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440847042

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Page: 149

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An invaluable guide for potential collegiate student athletes, this guide presents strategies to assist student athletes with life skills both inside and outside of the classroom and athletic arenas. • Represents a unique resource that supports the success of collegiate athletes • Covers specific topics and situations that are relevant to collegiate athletes, from recruiting to post-athletic involvement • Shares real-world stories that document the experiences of former collegiate athletes • Provides details and resources on schools and organizations

A Student Athlete s Guide to SuccessA Student Athlete s Guide to Success



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Author: Trent Petrie

Publisher: Nelson Education

ISBN: 9781111783457

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Page: 352

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Excellence in the classroom can be combined with excellence on the field. Help your students reach peak performance in class and in life with college success topic coverage that has a specific focus on the unique challenges facing student athletes. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Student athlete SuccessStudent athlete Success



This reader-friendly text provides comprehensive coverage of the many challenges student-athletes will face and the skills needed to address their unique needs and anxieties.

Author: Carl I. Fertman

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 0763750441

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Page: 243

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This reader-friendly text provides comprehensive coverage of the many challenges student-athletes will face and the skills needed to address their unique needs and anxieties. Utilizing a positive voice, the author focuses the text on student-athletes' personal capabilities and accomplishments in the classroom and during athletic competition before discussing different types of challenges student-athletes are likely to encounter.

A Parent s and Student athlete s Guide to Athletic ScholarshipsA Parent s and Student athlete s Guide to Athletic Scholarships



Discusses financial aid available for student-athletes, explains the college recruiting process, and includes contact information for colleges and universities that offer scholarships based on athletic ability.

Author: Dion Wheeler

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN: 0809224437

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Page: 458

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Discusses financial aid available for student-athletes, explains the college recruiting process, and includes contact information for colleges and universities that offer scholarships based on athletic ability.

The Black Student s Guide to College SuccessThe Black Student s Guide to College Success



those close to them in academia, athletics, and family, to overlook the
fundamental tool for academic success: the ability to read. There is evidence
today that a fair proportion of student athletes of all racial backgrounds are
graduating from ...

Author: Ruby D. Higgins

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313294310

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Page: 365

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Provides information on a variety of schools and experience of graduates

College Knowledge for the Student AthleteCollege Knowledge for the Student Athlete



This book was written to support the academic success of student athletes—whether at a large or small university or college, whether team or individual sport, whether women or men, whether on scholarship or not.

Author: David Schoem

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472034543

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Page: 200

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This book was written to support the academic success of student athletes—whether at a large or small university or college, whether team or individual sport, whether women or men, whether on scholarship or not. While all college students must learn to negotiate the complex transition from high school to college, student athletes face unique challenges, including the complicated set of regulations set out by the NCAA and individual conferences that determine eligibility. The current environment in college athletics makes it even more critical that student athletes understand what they need to do academically and how to avoid potential situations that could jeopardize their athletic careers. College Knowledge for the Student Athlete is a road map and tour guide for a successful career as a student athlete. Tips are based on research and the authors’ experience, as well as the wisdom and advice of hundreds of former student athletes.

African American Student s Guide to College SuccessAfrican American Student s Guide to College Success



When it came to academic failures, I went to the Black Studies faculty because
there was always an open-door policy for us. Although the athletic department
had a student-athlete support services unit, it was not always a comfortable
space for ...

Author: F. Erik Brooks

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440829307

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Page: 232

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This encouraging guide coaches African American and first-generation college students on strategies for maximizing their experiences and success on university campuses. • Offers strategies to assist African American students with succeeding in college • Reveals stories of African American graduates and tips for assimilating into an academic environment • Provides detailed and updated resources on schools and organizations • Explains logistics, operations, and terms used on college campuses

The Student Athlete s Guide to Getting RecruitedThe Student Athlete s Guide to Getting Recruited



The truth is there is a place for everyoneacademically and athletically. This book is your go-to guide if you re a high-school student (or parent of one!) who dreams of participating in college athletics.

Author: Stewart Brown

Publisher: SuperCollege

ISBN: 1617600997

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Page: 272

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Illustrating that there is a spot for everyone, this completely revised recruitment manual is a go-to guide for all high school students that dream of participating in college athletics. It addresses not only how to get recruited by top colleges and universities but also how to excel academically in both high school and college to ensure a successful career as a student-athlete. Offering insider information, this guidebook for getting scholarship money also provides tips for understanding the complicated NCAA recruiting rules, information on what colleges really want from athletes in their programs, and techniques for developing individual skills to transition successfully from high school to college athletics. Candid and insightful input from college athletics experts, college and high school counselors, and athletic trainers helps athletes achieve success in many areas of their life--including training, nutrition, and time management--catapulting these students beyond their peers both on and off the field.

The PlaybookThe Playbook



A playbook prepares you to succeed on the field. This playbook attempts to serve a similar function both on and off the field and offer tips and tools that draw on experiences of a former student-athlete's personal growth over two decades.

Author: Robert Grilli

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1533573816

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Page: 80

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A playbook prepares you to succeed on the field. This playbook attempts to serve a similar function both on and off the field and offer tips and tools that draw on experiences of a former student-athlete's personal growth over two decades. I trust my journey and the tools I have utilized to succeed academically, athletically and socially will empower current and prospective student-athletes alike. It will also empower family, friends, coaches, and faculty to connect and help their student-athletes thrive. I wish you the best as you embark on this exciting chapter of your life.

Student Athlete s Guide to Getting RecruitedStudent Athlete s Guide to Getting Recruited



"A resource for high school student athletes on how to win athletic scholarships, get recruited by colleges, and excel as college athletes.

Author: Stewart Brown

Publisher: Supercollege Llc

ISBN: 1617600431

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Page: 269

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"A resource for high school student athletes on how to win athletic scholarships, get recruited by colleges, and excel as college athletes. Includes tips for student athletes on how to communicate with college coaches and market themselves, navigate the NCAA rules, and select the right college"--

The Student Athlete Survival GuideThe Student Athlete Survival Guide



This book teaches this important lesson."--Chris Myers, Fox Sports"This book provides a tremendous game plan for high school and college athletes to succeed on the field and in the classroom.

Author: Marc Isenberg

Publisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press

ISBN: PSU:000044916749

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Page: 175

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Praise for the First Edition "I was happy to contribute to this book because it's packed with vital information about what it takes to succeed in sports, school, and, more importantly, life."--Ronnie Lott, Fox Sports, former NFL star "Complete, comprehensive, and easy to read. A great benefit to any young athlete considering playing sports in college."--Rick Telander, ESPN The Magazine "If you're interested in becoming eligible, read the NCAA Guide. If you're interested in getting a meaningful education, read this book."--Dale Brown, former college basketball coach "This book reveals the inner workings of college sports so that athletes can take charge of their lives. Our young people are in trouble. Parents should read this desperately needed book to help their kids."--Bill Walton, NBC Sports, former NBA star "Excellent insights into recruitment, including rarely stated truths: a must-read for prospective student-athletes."--Janet M. Justus, former NCAA Director of Education Outreach "Athletes must prepare for college success in high school. This book shows them how--in an entertaining, inspiring way."--Dr. Kathleen Gabriel, academic advisor, University of Arizona "Every potential student-athlete should read this book prior to picking a college or university. This is one of life's most important decisions; the book helps athletes choose a place and setting where they will be happy and productive and not just consider sports. I will definitely have my sons read this guide when they reach college age."--Darrin Nelson, assistant athletic director, Stanford University "Finally, a book for student-athletes and their parents that cuts through the hype to address the real issues. Read this book before you make any decisions about college."--Bob Corb, Ph.D., sports psychologist "If an athlete doesn't want to be exploited or taken advantage of, the first step is to read this book. Then they need to take action."--Joel Corry, sports agent "This book is right on target. It helps athletes make informed decisions about all the critical issues they face from the time they enter high school through their college years and beyond."--Bob Bender, head basketball coach, University of Washington "The writing and the cartoons express key points in a way that high school and college athletes will enjoy."--Joseph Halper, former Commissioner of Recreation of New York City "This book is an excellent motivational tool for high school and college athletes who want to succeed. The book tells you exactly what you need to know and what actions you need to take."--Krista Blomquist, pro beach volleyball player "I've been involved in high school and college basketball as an athlete, coach, and parent. This book sets forth outstanding guidelines for recruiting and preparation for college."--Bill Donlon, basketball coach, Lake Forest High School "This is the most comprehensive guide to recruiting ever written. Must reading for prospective student-athletes and their families--and even coaches."--Jerry Wainwright, head basketball coach, University of North Carolina--Wilmington "Is this book had been around when I was in high school, it would have saved me a lot of grief."--Dan Kreft, pro basketball player and Web site designer "After years of interviewing athletes, I have found that the ones who are the most grounded understand self-accountability. This book teaches this important lesson."--Chris Myers, Fox Sports"This book provides a tremendous game plan for high school and college athletes to succeed on the field and in the classroom. You know if Ronnie Lott is involved, it's going to be first-rate."--Eric Allen, NFL Pro Bowl cornerback

A Simple Guide to Getting an Athletic ScholarshipA Simple Guide to Getting an Athletic Scholarship



"I highly recommend this book to any parent who wants his or her child to better themselves with an athletic scholarship. Read the book and use it for it works.

Author: Gary Hiles

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781608447541

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Page: 180

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If you need to find an athletic scholarship, this book will provide the help you need. The author teaches parents and athletes the basics of how to get athletes noticed by college coaches and how to find thousands of dollars in athletic scholarships. The book tells how to avoid common mistakes, such as parents waiting too late to start the scholarship search process, and encourages parents to hedge their bets and not limit their options before receiving an offer. Parents looking for detailed ways to help their athletically talented child will find them, whether it's how to create mailing lists, keep accurate records, contact coaches or work with a coaching staff. The author includes some of his more than 100 success stories.

Winning Athletic ScholarshipsWinning Athletic Scholarships



The sooner you guarantee your college eligibility, the better. Winning Athletic Scholarships is an essential guide for student athletes in any sport, from football to field hockey to fencing. Includes interviews with the coaches themselves.

Author: Joseph Sponholz

Publisher: Princeton Review

ISBN: 0679778799

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Page: 177

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If you're good enough to play intercollegiate sports, congratulations! Your talent and hard work have paid off. But on the road to NCAA competition, you'll find some tricky rules and guidelines that if not followed closely could jeapordize your chances to qualify for a scholarship and play collegiate sports. You need clear advice on how to maintain academic eligibility, how to follow recruiting guidelines and get on a college team, and how to meet the unique and strenuous demands that will be made of you. To enjoy a successful career as a college athlete, you must plan early. Freshmen and sophomores in high school need to be aware of course requirements, the same way juniors and seniors need to prepare for the SAT or ACT. The sooner you guarantee your college eligibility, the better. Winning Athletic Scholarships is an essential guide for student athletes in any sport, from football to field hockey to fencing. Includes interviews with the coaches themselves.

Implementing Student Athlete ProgrammingImplementing Student Athlete Programming



This book provides higher education practitioners with the tools they need to effectively work with student-athletes to not only transition to college, but to develop meaningful personal, social, career, and leadership development ...

Author: Kristina M. Navarro

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351743150

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Page: 182

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In Implementing Student-Athlete Programming, scholar-practitioners provide an approachable and comprehensive overview of how to design, implement, and sustain best practices in the growing area of student-athlete development. Exploring research approaches and critical frames for thinking about student-athlete programming while covering topics such as the current context, challenges, programmatic approaches to support, and trends for the future, this resource also highlights programs that are effective in supporting students to success. This book provides higher education practitioners with the tools they need to effectively work with student-athletes to not only transition to college, but to develop meaningful personal, social, career, and leadership development experiences as they prepare for the transition to life after sport.

A Beginner s Guide to College Success First Edition A Beginner s Guide to College Success First Edition



The guide begins by introducing the reader to the way college is structured and walking the reader through the preparations required to embark upon a college career.

Author: Jonathan Golding

Publisher: Cognella Academic Publishing

ISBN: 1516545257

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A Beginner's Guide to College Success is designed to address a wide range of topics that are of interest to aspiring or new college students, including financial decisions, choosing an area of study, adapting to new responsibilities, managing time wisely, and more. The guide begins by introducing the reader to the way college is structured and walking the reader through the preparations required to embark upon a college career. Preliminary chapters help the reader explore the value of a college education, begin to consider a major, and better understand the role credits, grades, and degrees play in the higher education system. Later chapters address the challenges different types of students--military veterans, those with disabilities, and student athletes, to name a few--may face as they transition from high school to college. These chapters also cover best practices for communicating with faculty members, succeeding in large lecture classes, dealing with reading assignments, how to get the most out of online learning, and more. The guide closes with a collection of chapters dedicated to studying, preparing for exams, and taking advantage of campus resources, including the library, to bolster personal learning. Full of tips and practical advice, A Beginner's Guide to College Success is a useful resource for any student considering college and wondering how it differs from high school.

Critical ThinkingCritical Thinking



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Author: Tim Walter

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39076002593064

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Page: 105

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This text is a guide to critical thinking and composition courses. It covers just the basics of critical thinking using an acronym called TCDR (Topic, Class, Description, Relevance). The text grounds the student in the basics of the technique and uses exercises to drive lessons home. It also shows students how to use critical thinking across the curriculum. In addition, the new Part Three covers critical thinking in relation to using new computer technology. This book can be used as a main text or a supplement.

Learning SuccessLearning Success



Three Paths to Being Your Best at College & Life : 1) Develop Staying Power, 2)
Become a Mindful Learner & Thinker, 3) Use ... ISBN : 0-534-54990 - X Petrie
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Author: Carl Wahlstrom

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing

ISBN: PSU:000046777041

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Page: 408

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Shows users how the keys to success in higher education are also the keys to success in life. Conversely, this text shows how the same academic and personal skills for college success will also ensure their success in their professional careers and personal lives.