Compensation Of College Athletes Is Inevitable And Will Likely Expose

But your participation in high school sports can also present serious health risks and challenges. Career plans – You may find that you go in to University with vague or non-existent career objectives and invest heavily in your athletic role. You will be juggling dual-role identities, full-time athlete and full-time student, and may find that you only choose to invest in the non-sport identity and explore non-sport career options once your sport commitments are over. Conflict with team members or coaches – This can come from trying to get your priorities and time management right for you, and to satisfy the needs of everyone you are close to. Alternatively, as part of the transition to university you are likely to be working with a new coach and new team members which may come with its own possibilities of conflict.

The remainder of the revenue -- $100 million -- is from the ability to price above marginal and variable cost. This is the positive margin universities need to pay for things like building construction, replacement and other capital needs, as well as any interest due. It is the ability to price above marginal cost that allows an institution to have a positive margin. As usual, March Madness took center stage for many universities in recent weeks.

Credit for career experience is a valid option at many universities that deal with adult learners. But the process of evaluating work experience for college credit is complex. No valid distance learning university in the U.S. will award a graduate degree (master’s ordoctorate) based solely on a review of work, life or career experience. Buyers often use the diplomas to claim academic credentials for use in securing employment. For example, a schoolteacher might buy a degree from a diploma mill in order to advance to superintendent. Degrees from a diploma mill can be obtained within a few days, weeks or months from the time of enrollment, and back-dating is possible.


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