What happens when recruits visit your school?
It depends on where you are in the recruiting process.
With the upcoming recruiting season coming up, some schools are in a recruiting frenzy and recruiting websites like B/R and 247 Sports are buzzing with offers.
In this article, we are going to break down the schedule of when recruits are expected to visit your favorite college and what the schools can expect in terms of amenities and services.
Here are the schedules of what schools will be offering when recruits arrive at your school in the upcoming weeks:Ohio State: March 9-10: $1,000,000 in scholarships.
Michigan: March 10-11: $1.5 million in scholarships, plus $50,000 for a four-year letterman’s degree and $150,000 to $250,000 toward an associate’s degree.
March 11-12: $2.5 to $3.5 mil scholarships.
Kentucky: March 12-13: $5 million to $6 million in scholarship and financial aid packages.
South Carolina: April 5-6: $300,000 per year for four years of college tuition, room and board, and a full-time job.
Georgia: April 7-8: $2 million to $3.4 million in full-year scholarships and financial support packages. Alabama: April 7: $3 million to $4.2 million in financial aid.
Mississippi State: April 8-9: $100,000-$200,000 annually to four- year degree recipients.
Oklahoma: May 6-7: $3 million-$4.5,000 annual in financial support, including $1,200 for a full year of full-tuition, room, board and tutoring.
South Carolina May 6: ” $4.3 million in tuition, fees and other expenses for the 2018-19 academic year.”
Tennessee: May 7-9 $600,000- $800,000 per year in tuition and fees for the 2019-20 academic year.
Michigan May 8-10 “The program has been a model for excellence in college sports.
We expect the new program to continue to provide students with the same great educational experience.”
Alabama May 9-11 $5,500-$7,500 in tuition and fee per academic year to four- and five-year college students.
Missouri May 10-12 ” The program has received national recognition and is one of the nation’s most-favored programs for students with disabilities.”
North Carolina June 1-2: $10,000 cash, $2,000 credit card, $1 meal per week.
Texas June 2-3: $4,000 of financial aid per year.
Washington June 3: $2,500 per year in financial assistance for students in need of financial assistance.
Virginia June 5: of financial aid for the 2020-21 academic year, up to $10.6 million.
Kansas June 6-8 $3,000 a month for a month, up $3,500 a year.
Kentucky June 8: $2 million for the 2021-22 academic year to students in special needs and other disadvantaged students.
Arkansas June 9: $10,500 to $14,500 in scholarships per academic year for the 2022-23 academic year up to a maximum of $100,001.
Nebraska June 10-13 (with no scholarship for the next four years): The program’s $1.4-million in financial scholarships for students in its special education programs, including those who qualify for federal aid, will be distributed to the next academic year and students with special needs will receive a maximum award of $4,200 per academic semester. Florida June 11-14: $1 million for an associate degree in the 2020 and 2021 academic years, $6,500 for a bachelor’s degree in 2020 and $11,500 of financial support in 2021.
Tennesse June 12-14 of financial support for students who are eligible for the Early Education Assistance program.