Volleyball Scholarship FAQ's
How many scholarships do Division 1 volleyball teams get?
Division 1 volleyball teams can offer a maximum of 12 full-ride scholarships. Because D1 volleyball is classified as a headcount sport, every scholarship the coach gives out must be a full ride. Which means all scholarship athletes on a D1 volleyball team have a full ride to that school. The rest of the athletes on the team are considered walk-ons, or athletes who don’t receive any athletic scholarship money to play their sport.
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.
Which colleges give volleyball scholarships?
There are approximately 1,802 schools that field a women’s volleyball program. A large number of these programs will have at least some scholarship dollars, used to attract top talent to their team. However, it’s nearly impossible to know how much money each individual school has to offer—this will be up to each program, and it could change from one year to the next. The best way to determine if a program provides volleyball scholarships: Start communicating with the coach. After the athlete develops a relationship with the coach and is getting serious recruiting interest, they can bring up the topic of college volleyball scholarships.
What percentage of volleyball players get scholarships?
Roughly the top 1.1% of women and 0.7% of men earn Division I scholarships. But if you’re not among those top-end percentages, don’t give up hope. Division II schools can offer eight scholarships per team for women and 4.5 for men.
Are volleyball scholarships full ride?
How do you get scouted for volleyball?
- Communicate with coaches.
- Prove their NCAA and/or NAIA academic eligibility.
- Create an attention-grabbing recruiting video and get a recruiting profile
- Work with an agency that has direct contact with universities coaches
- Make sure you get the minimum standards GPA to qualify