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Scholarships

Full-ride scholarship are very hard come by in women's rowing. As an NCAA-governed sport, varsity women’s college rowing has regulations on the number of scholarships that schools can provide. Women’s rowing is an equivalency sport and programmes at the Division I and Division II levels are allowed to provide partial or full scholarships until they reach the limit of total scholarships that can be offered per team.

 

On the Division 3 level, there are no athletic scholarships, but academic scholarships and merit based aid can be made available. At the NAIA and NCJAA levels, can be offered at the discretion of the coaches.

 

Rowing Scholarships

Athletic scholarships for women’s rowing are found at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels and break down like this:

  • Division 1

    • 89 women’s rowing teams

    • Up to 20 full scholarships per team

    • An average of 47 athletes per team
       

  • Division 2

    • 15 women’s rowing teams

    • Up to 20 full scholarships per team

    • An average of 26 athletes per team

 

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