Once you have chosen your package and submitted all of the required information. A Tru Athletix professional advisor will review your profile and video and match you with the proper schools. Your search will start the week you sign up. It can take a college coach 2 weeks to a month to review and give you a response.
How important is my bio profile?
Your bio/profile is extremely important due to the fact that every single college coach that is contacted will be reviewing and reading your bio and watching your video. So please complete it in full and add all of your achievements and accomplishments with as much detail as possible.
How long should my video be?
Your video should be between 3 to 5 minutes long and clearly show you competing and playing your sport.
What if I choose a package and I want to upgrade it?
Yes! You will be able to upgrade your membership package within 24 hours from the time of your first selection.
Will i be able to see what schools have been contacted?
Yes! You will be able to look on the site upon logging into our members portal and logging in. You will also be contacted via email as well.
What if I am not sure what I want to study?
No worries, in the part of the bio where it asks this question, simply put “undecided”.
What if I don't think I am good enough or qualified for a scholarship?
Do not worry, our large group of professional advisors and scouts will find a College or University that is the best fit for your level.
How important are grades or marks ?
When it comes to your grades or marks, the higher the better! This shows you have academic responsibility and each and every school requires a different standard of grades or marks in order to be accepted into their program.
Do I have to take the ACT/SAT/TOEFL?
If You would like to attend a NCAA Div 1,2 or 3 school then you will be required to have an ACT/SAT or TOEFL score. Once a school shows interest in you, then each school will let you know what is required. If you are not looking to take these tests then you can still obtain a position via a smaller college or junior college that has less academic requirements.