Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Offer Scholarships & Financial Aid?


Yes. Scholarships are available based on a handful of factors. Positional needs, Athletic Ability, Academic Success, and of course Financial Need.




How Do I Start The Admissions Process?


First Step is to either Apply for our program on the 'Apply Now' page or if you have questions regarding the program or anything at all, please use our 'Contact Us' page and fill out the form.




I'm Not From the Unites States, Can I Still Attend?


Absolutely, in just our first year we had a handful of student-athletes from outside the U.S. as far as Japan!
We will help with getting Visa's or anything needed to join our program and be part of the 212° Academy family.




Why is 212° Academy Different From the Other Schools?


Every school is different. We know this. We preach finding the right fit, before you commit to us just the same as we do before you commit to your college.
Our experience is focused fully on mimicking the NCAA College expereince as much as possible. Our goal is that when you go to school after you're with us, you'll be ahead of all the other freshmen in your class. That's physically, mentally, and how you carry yourself.

This is the extra degree from hot water at 211° and boiling water at 212°.




Is the Admissions Process Competitve?


100%, just like in any sport we have to fill our roster.
There's only so many seats in the classroom, spots on the court and beds in the dorms.
We focus on low athlete to coach ratios for more focused coaching.
Applications are filled on a daily basis from all over the world.




What is a Prost Grad Program?


Post Graduate Program is a program option for Hgih School Graduates. Unlike Junior College or NCAA/NAIA Schools, Post Grad doesn't effect your eligibility years.

There's a handful of reasons someone goes Post Grad, a few reasons are you're not satisfied with next years opportunities yet and want to keep working.
Sometimes, College's request you to do a Post Grad year to develop more in a number of areas before they offer you.
Or in some cases, you're focused on academics and need to work on getting your GPA or test scores up in order to be eligable.
Regardless of your reason, there's a ton upside in Post Grad.

The NCAA allows basketball atheletes a 1 year grace period after high school before they are allowed to take away eligiablity years. It can be hard to find a good fit for college right out of high school. Post Grad will give you the opportunity to make yourself more attractive for college coaches to extend you a offer academically and athletically.