Want To Dive In College? The All-In-One Resource To Help You Pick A School

Deciding where to pursue your post-secondary education is oftentimes the most important decision one makes in the first 18 years of their life.

If you are a student-athlete, the decision becomes twice as complex, with so many other factors, such as coaching, team culture, resources, and much more coming into play on top of the academic side.

If you’re a diver currently in the process of scouting out colleges, or will be doing so in the near future, you’re in luck.

Diving parent Mark Allan has put together a list of 350 colleges and universities and the various factors that prospective divers might be interested in. This includes Division, conference, facility location, acceptance rate, undergrad population, and graduation rate.

The full list can be found below.

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reyhan
9 days ago

thanks alot of information mantap betul gan

coco
9 days ago

How about a list of schools that have athletic scholarships, that would be very helpful

Brendalyn Ucol
10 days ago

I believe the name of the parent is Mark Allan Co. The last name is Co.
This is very helpful.

kerrysg
10 days ago

Is there a way to access this so you can sort, filter, etc? Very helpful!

Former Hawkeye
10 days ago

The University of Iowa no longer has a men’s program.

DI Diving Coach
10 days ago

So do you have a contact for Mark Allen to update the info that is incorrect?

Admin
Reply to  DI Diving Coach
10 days ago

You’re welcome to send it to us and we can update. share.com would be great. Thanks!

About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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