Roster Spots Are So Competitive!
Being admitted into college can be difficult but nothing compares to the challenge of being recruited as an athlete. You probably know the feeling:
Do you feel as if you won’t stand out from other athletes?
Are you afraid you won’t be rewarded for your years of sacrifice?
Have you been promised easy scholarships by salespeople you don’t trust?
Do you worry your dream school won’t have a spot available for you?
Your college commitment as a student-athlete will be one of the most important decisions in your life. You shouldn’t settle for just any college.
Wouldn’t it be great to be positive you’re making the right choice?
With our guidance, families are able to better navigate the overwhelming process of athletic college recruitment.
We exist to guide student-athletes on their transformational journey, to secure their future, and to see them thrive.
University of Georgia
Georgia Institute of Technology
Maria Olivia Castedo
University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame
Sara Valentina Cruz
Rafa De Alba
University of Virginia
University of Central Florida
George Washington University
James Madison University
University of California San Diego
Texas A&M University
The Pathway to Success:
The USP Class of 2021
by the numbers
$3,705,809Total scholarship money awarded to the USP Class of 2021
$32,500Average scholarship received per student-athlete (Class of 2021)
Where did they go?
Class of 2021 Distribution Chart
45% NCAA D1
29% NCAA D2
15% NCAA D3
Everyone, no matter your profile or where you are in the process, benefits from guidance. USP strives to provide families with a stress-free and successful college placement process.
USP offers different plans that are designed to meet your needs and your budget.
If admitted to our program, we guarantee to find the best school within your budget. We will fight to get you the maximum amount of scholarship and/or financial aid possible.
We work together as a team and always keep in mind your needs and goals. You make the choices and decisions with our advice and guidance.
Of course! There’s a college for every student. We will build your college list based on your profile.
Regardless of your profile, we guarantee to find the best opportunity possible: a school that gives you the highest chance of succeeding inside and outside the classroom.
If you are admitted into our program, it is because we are certain that we will find a school that’s right for you.
Recruiting and admission timelines are key elements in a successful college placement. If admitted to USP, it is because we believe there will be enough time to achieve all requirements prior to the student’s college entrance term.
We have 28 years of experience plus 1800 placed students and athletes. We invite you to see our testimonials.
Overcome your fear of rejection and let us guide you to your dream university.
The University Sports Program Curriculum
Establish what is really important to you. Discover where you are today as a prospective student-athlete and where you see yourself in the future.
Develop an effective Recruiting and Competitive Planner.
Get the basics and understand how college sports work. It will help you a great deal.
Become eligible to compete at the NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA.
Build an impressive presentation that will separate you from other prospects and get the coaches’ attention.
Finding the best colleges for you begins with building a college list. Learn what is most important and how to maximize all the resources available.
Conduct an effective Recruiting Campaign.
Do you have it down to a few colleges? Time to do your visits, compare, apply, and make your final decision.
Fundamentals about college applications, common app, National Letter of Intent, admission requirements, and the student visa process.
Go from confused and without direction
to successful and admired.
Beyond college, we are determined to help our students find the best version of themselves and achieve their highest potential.
When our students finish the program, they will not only be ready to start their college education, but they will also be able to overcome the transition of leaving their home, and they will have all the necessary tools to succeed in the job market, allowing them to become independent professional adults.