The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for more than 380,000 student-athletes at more than 1,000 member colleges and universities. Each year, more than 49,000 student-athletes compete in NCAA Championships in Division I, II and III sports. your welcome email@example.com The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for 408,364 (2007) student-athletes in 28 men's and 27 women's intercollegiate sports with 17,713 teams participating at more than one thousand member schools.
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Student athletes major in a wide variety of studies. They include sports administration, communications, management, criminal justice, and many more.
Many colleges provides scholarship for student and also many student get loan from bank at a low interest. Also there are some organization who provides fund for student. It has helped many student in past.
i should say 20,000..... i think?
There are 188 private colleges and universities in the state of California. The largest is USC and the most expensive is Harvey Mudd College.
An average of 1 out of every 150 students
7 colleges and universities, 5 community colleges, 81 public schools.
There is no college that has the word "Aeries" in its name. The term likely refers to the student Aeries system, which many colleges employ for student services.
none whatsoever. they are all amateurs
6 universities and colleges.
about 10-15 but i would go and check or ask somebody whos been to California
there are between 1,000 and about 3,500 you cant be certain little more than that..
9 colleges and 88 public schools.
California has some of the best colleges in the country. The University of California system has many strengths, and California has both strong liberal arts colleges and private research universities. The 12 top colleges listed below vary so much in size and type of school that I have simply listed them alphabetically rather than force them into any sort of artificial ranking.
Well, there are many colleges in California that are praised highly upon for athletically talented students, or academic excellence. However, the college a person attends solely depends on their major and personal preferences.
9 universities and colleges, 58 public schools.