FAQ’s

Is it hard to get accepted into a university/college?

Getting accepted into a university and college is not always easy and it gets harder if you are searching for Universities with certain criterias. ASAL is here to make things easier for you so that you can reach your full potential.

How do I know if I am eligible or find out what I need to do to be successful?

Through registering on our website and we can determine if you are eligible for our services. Whether you want to start your undergraduate studies (as a student or as student-athlete) or if you want to pursue your graduate studies (Master’s/PhD as a student) ASAL will assist you accomplish your goals.

Could I still be accepted to a school even if I don’t have any money at all to pay for it?

Yes, being accepted (or admitted) to a university differs from your financial situation. However, your financial situation is sometimes considered when you apply for scholarships. ASAL can help you sort out all your doubts and find solutions for any problems you might have, while advising you on what scholarships and schools to apply to. We are here to make sure you get the opportunities you need to be successful!

Are my grades good enough to receive an academic or merit based scholarship?

Scholarships are usually based on lots of factors and come in lots of different forms. ASAL can help you determine what scholarships you should apply for at the school you are considering. Different schools have different requirements for grades; elite universities will be critical while community colleges are less strict regarding grades and requirements.

Is my athletic talent good enough to receive an athletic scholarship?

Through ASAL evaluation methods we can evaluate your athletic talent and estimate what kind of school you would most likely be able to attend, scholarship amount & affordability! Contact ASAL for more information.

When should I start contacting coaches in universities/ start applying for programs?

The sooner you start the better! Most student-athletes start contacting coaches, looking for universities and or taking their exams about one or two years before finishing high school. The recruiting, application, admissions, and scholarship application process takes time.

Is ASAL’s service NCAA approved?

Yes. According to the NCAA rules (Bylaws 12.3.3.1 for agents) “a prospective student-athlete may allow a scouting service or agent to distribute personal information (e.g., high school academic and athletics records, physical statistics) to member institutions without jeopardizing his or her eligibility..”

ASAL can not guarantee any student or student-athlete a scholarships or financial aid. ASAL provides you with its services/products, assistance, guidance, and the information you need to help you get the best opportunities for your situation.

Do you offer payment plans?

Yes, we offer payment plans. Please contact us for more information: Pharouk@asalsports.org

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