The NCAA’s three divisions were created in 1973 to align like-minded campuses in the areas of philosophy, competition and opportunity. Complete your Self-Assessment and take some time to learn which Division is right for you.
We know that choosing a major can be difficult, with so many options and your many varied interests. If you’re not sure what you want to study yet, have no fear. Take our short quiz and find out which majors may be a good fit for you and your future. Still undecided? No problem. Yes No › ‹ Loading interactive graph... [...]
There are 312 Division 2 colleges across 45 different states. Typically, these are smaller public and private universities with under 10,000 students. All scholarships at the NCAA DII level are equivalency scholarships, which mean the majority are partial scholarships. However, you can still get a full-scholarship at the D2 level when you find the right [...]
List of NCAA Division 3 Schools There are 442 DIII Schools across 34 different states. D3 colleges are typically smaller universities and many of them are private schools, which means the admissions and academic requirements are different then DI or DII schools. When looking for DIII schools, you will want to focus your search on [...]