Recruiting Process

All students interested in athletics at Lake Erie College should follow the steps below to ensure that all Lake Erie College and NCAA requirements are met as soon as possible.

Athletic Questionnaire

Click here to fill out a sport specific questionnaire, or go to the staff directory to contact the head coach directly.

Recruiting and Eligibility

Be sure to visit the prospective student-athletes section so that you are familiar with some important NCAA rules, as well as the process to become certified for collegiate athletics by the NCAA. It can take time to get test scores and official transcripts sent into and reviewed by the NCAA, so it is important to begin the process early and check back often for any further required information and/or documents.

Admissions

Next, you will need to apply for admission to Lake Erie College.  To do so, use the online admissions application and have your high school transcripts forwarded to the Admissions Office.   

Financial Aid

Also, to be eligible for financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (School Code: 003066).  If you have any questions concerning the form or your application, please contact the Financial Aid Office.

The National Letter of Intent

The National Letter of Intent (NLI) is the contract that an incoming prospective student-athlete signs with his/her university; the NLI is an offer of an athletic scholarship. The NLI website has information regarding signing dates, the text of the actual NLI, and much more.

Campus Housing

If you want to live on campus, you must apply through the office of Housing and Residence Life. Students under the age of 22 whose official residence is outside of a 50-mile radius of the College are required to live on campus.

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