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  Information about Cleveland State University athletic jobs, NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA recruiting, sports scholarships, scores, player stats, and rankings. Most college and university team rankings, along with the latest scores, can be found in the table below. If you like to play sports, rather than just watch the game, you may be able to compete either at intercollegiate levels for competitive sports, or simply play intramural sports to have fun, and make new friends. It's important to look at team rosters online, for information such as the depth at each position, and the stats of key players. Are your own stats strong enough to make the team? Be realistic, and select a school where you'll be able to play, not just sit on the bench. Not all recruiting is done like NCAA football and basketball. NAIA college coaches have less restrictions concerning when they are allowed to talk with recruits, and NJCAA scouts may show up at your high school games without any prior notice. Some student-athletes are wise to delay college entrance by a full year. The extra year in high school or prep school can allow players to mature mentally, bring grades and test scores up, put on weight and gain muscle mass.

Athletic Scholarship Information

Cleveland State University athletic jobsYou don't have to quarterback the university football team to a state championship to earn an athletic scholarship. Most major sports that are able to field a team in intercollegiate competition have sports scholarships available. Ranging from women's gymnastics to men's track and field, coaches are seeking players to build a team around. That leadership role often is accompanied by a full-scholarship. The best time to begin searching for scholarships is before your senior year, in order to meet application deadlines. Schools also confirm that it is important to file financial aid forms such as the CSS Profile early in the school year.

There are several major scholarship databases available online. With an aggregate of well over a million scholarships, worth more than $3.4 billion, the scholarship search is the largest, most accurate and most frequently updated sports scholarship database. Average players often ask whether there are any sports scholarships available for them. Indeed there are, although you'll have to show a yearly pattern of improvement, and be ready to sacrifice yourself for the team. Take stock of your athletic abilities as you progress through high-school.

NCAA College Football Rankings

Latest scores, standings, team rosters, and player stats.

NCAA College Football:

NCAA Football Div I Rankings
NCAA Football Div II Rankings
NCAA Football Div III Rankings

NCAA College Basketball Rankings

NCAA College Basketball (men):

NCAA Men's basketball Div I Rankings
NCAA Men's basketball Div II Rankings
NCAA Men's basketball Div III Rankings

NCAA College Basketball (women):

NCAA Women's basketball Div I Rankings
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NCAA College Baseball Rankings

NCAA College Baseball

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NCAA Baseball Div III Rankings

NAIA Scores

NAIA Stats (for all sports, select on linked page)

NAIA Stats

NJCAA Scores

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College Sports Leagues

National Collegiate Athletic Association
NCAA Division I, Division II, Division III.

National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

National Junior College Athletic Association

Association of Christian College Athletics

Team Practice

So, you've been recruited, or made it past a walk-on tryout. That's when the real challenge starts. You still have to make it through daily practices, and several additional rounds of cuts. A college team practice is far more demanding than high school, because the level of play is higher. Returning players are put through their paces, run drills, lift weights, and do the grunt work that comes with being on the team. Freshman and walk-ons, on the other hand, are special targets for the coaching staff, looking to test their ability.

Orthopedics, the strength of bone:

SubstanceLbs per cubic footTensionCompressionShear
Oak Tree4612,5007,0004,000
Human Bone11913,20018,00011,800

What you're left with after the dust settles, is the real team. These are the folks you lift with, and often live with as well. To succeed in practice, and actually make the team, here are some rules to follow. Sure, you know most of these, but do you actually do them?

Keep your eyes on the ball. Sacrifice your body if you must, but don't drop the ball. Watch the ball all the way into your hands, and get a good initial grip. Your sixth sense needs to be developed to stay aware of other players at the same time. Be aggressive, and make a second try on a given play if you have time. It's one thing to make a good effort, but great players keep on trying until they succeed.

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Other colleges near Cleveland, Ohio:

Take a few moments to browse other colleges and universities near Cleveland. It's a good idea to compare all schools in the area, as well as consider taking some of your classes online, to save on tuition fees. By continuing your education, you can improve your salary prospects or train for a more interesting position. According to the Occupational Outlook Quarterly, from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, college graduates are twice as likely to find employment as those without a college degree in today's competitive job market. Further, it may be possible to receive degree credit via Advanced Placement exams, as well as through honors classes that you've taken.

Financial aid deadlines are typically scheduled well in advance of regular admission dates, so be sure to apply early. You may request free information from several different schools below, without making a commitment.

College GuidePhoneIn-state TuitionOut-of-state TuitionStudent Body SizeRequest Info
Ohio Technical College
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 881-1700$$$$$$$$ small Program Info
Goodwill Training and Employment Center
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 431-8300 $ (low) $ (low) very small Program Info
Cleveland Industrial Training Center
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 459-9292 $ (low) $ (low) very small Program Info
Central School of Practical Nursing
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 391-8434 $$$ $$$ very small Program Info
Cleveland Institute of Music
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 791-5000$$$$$$$$ small Program Info
Notre Dame College
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 381-1680$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
Cleveland Municipal Schools Adult Education
    Cleveland, OH
(216) 574-8000 $ (low) $ (low) very small Program Info
Cuyahoga Community College
    Cleveland, OH
(800) 954-8742 $ (low) $$ very large Program Info
Butler Tech D Russel Lee Career Center
    Hamilton, OH
(513) 645-8205 $$$ $$$ small Program Info
Oberlin College
    Oberlin, OH
(440) 775-8411$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
The University of Findlay
    Findlay, OH
(419) 422-8313$$$$$$$$ large Program Info
Ohio University Lancaster
    Lancaster, OH
(740) 654-6711 $ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Eastland Fairfield Career and Technical Schools
    Groveport, OH
(614) 836-4541 $$ $$ very small Program Info
Washington State Community College
    Marietta, OH
(740) 374-8716 $ (low) $$ medium Program Info
National Personal Training Institute
    Richmond Heights, OH
(614) 336-2664 $$ $$ very small Program Info
Allegheny Wesleyan College
    Salem, OH
(330) 337-6403 $ (low) $ (low) very small Program Info
Ohio Northern University
    Ada, OH
(419) 772-2000$$$$$$$$ large Program Info
Dayton School of Medical Massage
    Dayton, OH
(937) 294-6994 $$$ $$$ small Program Info

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  1. Get a hosting package. Costs $5/mo, including a domain name.
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  4. Drive search engine traffic via on-page optimization.
  5. Get approved to Google AdSense, and other affiliate programs.
  6. Earn money, beginning with $1/day, and keep publishing.

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2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214

Phone: (216) 687-2000
Fax: (216) 687-9247

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Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214

Phone: (216) 687-2000
Fax: (216) 687-9247
Fill out the form to request Cleveland State University course info.
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  2. Website design can be simplified, using templates and RSS feeds.
  3. Write one 900 word article daily, with original photos.
  4. Drive search engine traffic via on-page optimization.
  5. Get approved to Google AdSense, and other affiliate programs.
  6. Earn money, beginning with $1/day, and keep publishing.

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Cleveland State University has a reputation for academics, allowing you to pursue the degree program that's right for you. Additionally, career placement services can help you to structure your job search after graduation. If you'd like to request course information, please use the inquiry form at the top of this page.


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