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What factors are you considering when choosing your school?

There are many factors to consider when choosing a school and it is important to think about what will drive your decision.

At TAG College Placement we break down Finding the Right School to four areas - academics, athletics, social and financial.

We briefly discuss the four components below. When working with a student and their family we create an understanding of what factors are important and begin the narrow down school choices until we find the right school for each individual.

Academics - What are the requirements? How will I fit into the school? What majors are offered? What academic support is offered? As a student how will I fit into the school?

Athletics - Where do I fit on the golf team? What is the coaching philosophy? How is their strength of schedule? Do I fit in with their team? What is the team culture? Where do they practice? What facilities do they use? What were the previous results of the program?

Social Considerations - Is the school big or small? Where is the location? Do I need a car? How do the students do with the balance of school, sport and social life?

Financial Considerations - Am I receiving a scholarship? What funds do I have to pay yearly? Is that within my budget?

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To comply with NCAA Rules and Regulations - TAG College Placement does not market a prospective student-athlete's athletic ability or reputation, negotiate or promise scholarships or serve as an agent in any way.  We are able to distribute high school academic and athletics records to collegiate coaches without jeopardizing a prospective student-athlete's eligibility.  Any service fees paid to TAG College Placement are not contingent on a prospective student-athlete either being recruited to play sport in college or receiving any institutional financial aid.