post graduate  Tuition.

Taking college classes is an advantageous opportunity for post graduate players to further their education while participating in the program. Players in this program can register at a community college of their choice (part-time or full-time), thus giving the student a head start on their college education.  Players can put themselves in a position to graduate college early and possibly earn a Master Degree while participating in athletics. Participants will be able to use government granted financial aid to finance the program, all while having four years to play NCAA basketball.

This is an ideal option for players for the following reasons:

  • After a player graduates high school, said player has 5 years to play 4 years athletically – A year of prep would allow that player to use a year to gain college exposure and compete at a high level without using one of their years of college eligibility.


  • Academically a player who completes college classes could be a sophomore going into college with 4 years to play 4 years.

  • Players who decide to partake can take online classes at their local community college and use government financial aid to assist in paying for the program. – Pell Grant, Stafford Loan, Perkins Loan and Parent Plus Loan – Refund goes directly to student.

 “Division I five-year clock: If you play at a Division I school, you have five-calendar years in which to play four seasons of competition. Your five-year clock starts when you enroll as a full-time student at any college. Thereafter, your clock continues, even if you spend an academic year in residence as a result of transferring; decide to red shirt, if you do not attend school or even if you go part-time during your college career.” – NCAA