Cycling scholarships FAQ's
Are there scholarships available in cycling?
Yes and no! Since collegiate cycling is not run by the NCAA or NAIA, there are no institutional scholarship limits set by the respective governing bodies. However, because the sport is still relatively small at the collegiate level compared to the main sports such as basketball and football, athletic scholarships are still difficult to be found. A great option therefore is to use your grades and test scores in order to qualify for an academic scholarship to cover some of your tuition cost.
Does Stanford have a cycling team?
Yes it does. Team members ride together near Stanford, California and beyond. In order to qualify for Stanford University cycling team you will need to qualify academically to the university. You will also need to be a good at cycling. In order to find out if you qualify to Stanfords University cycling program you can contact our team at ASM Scholarships.
Am I eligible?
Having a high enough GPA or SAT/ACT score is the passport to obtaining an American football scholarship. Achievements on the football field will count for nothing if you do not have the right academic grades. ASM Scholarships team has the ability and the experience to steer you through the qualification process. It is an integral element of our approach to carefully evaluate and fulfill your personal potential by tailoring a college program to improve your grades if necessary.
Are there college scholarships in mountain biking?
Over 95 percent of the students receive financial aid, and scholarships are available for mountain bikers, which is one of the hallmarks of the Varsity Division I schools, a status that Lees-McRae has held for years