There are different types of College Hockey:
NCAA Division I is the highest level of college hockey. Players can receive athletic scholarships and typically come from high end Junior Hockey leagues in the U.S., Canada and European Junior Leagues.
NCAA Division III is a very high level of play, but does not offer athletic scholarships. You can receive International and Academic scholarships. Players typically come from Junior Hockey Leagues in the U.S., Canada and European Junior Leagues.
ACHA College Hockey (three levels of hockey are played by ACHA D1, D2 and D3 college teams)
Being a student athlete means you must be able to handle both school and hockey. Not just one of them. As an advisor we will guide you through the process of finding the right fit. When dealing with College Hockey we always look for 3 main things in no particular order.
For you to have a great college experience, all of the above need to work.
“If you succeed, we succeed”