On a Division 1 College Baseball team there are 11.7 scholarships. Who many players scholarships or not can be on that team?
The NCAA allows each division I softball program 12 scholarships; and in division II, 7.2 scholarships are available.
For nursing school scholarships there are some different schools. Some would be: www.nursingscholarships.org, www.scholarships.com/...scholarships/scholarships.../nursing-scholarships and also www.choosenursing.com/paying/noncalfinaid.html.
Yes, there are several sites which offer lists for scholarships for high school seniors . www.discusawards.com/list-of-scholarships or www.squidoo.com ... Scholarships High School Scholarships.
There is no "difference" in terms of value. The only difference is the number of scholarships available. Division 1-A schools an have 85 players on scholarship, division 1-AA can have 63, and Division 2 can have 36 players on scholarship.
Division I-FBS (formerly Division 1-A) football programs are allowed to have 85 players on scholarship. The NCAA does not mandate that all 85 scholarships are "full" scholarships, although in practice it makes little sense to give a "half" or "fractional" scholarship since the rules govern number of players receiving a scholarship rather than the number of full scholarships. In Division I-FCS (formerly Division 1-AA), programs are allowed 63 "equivalencies," meaning that they can give more than 63 players a scholarship as long as those scholarships do not total more than the equivalent of 63 full scholarships. Division II programs are allowed 36 "equivalencies," and Division III are allowed zero (Division III sports are non-scholarship).
doesn't it mean High School?
Scholarships can be inquired in the school Human resources department or at the school Administrative office. They can provide you with scholarships and Part-time job opportunities.
There are plenty of scholarships to assist with art school. For a list of grants and scholarships you can visit www.grants.gov.
unless u are the best in D-3 it is very unlikely
You can visit www.fastweb.com for information on school scholarships that you can get.
It all depends on the talent of the high school player, the level of program of the college, and the needs of the college team. For instance, an excellent high school outfielder could get a small scholarship (30%) at a Division 1 school if that program needed a young outfielder on its roster. But if the program already had plenty of OF's, the scholarship could be less, if any.