All Hokie, All the Time. Period.

Virginia Tech Baseball Board

Proud 2 B Hokie

Joined: 9/29/01 Posts: 173
Likes: 51


"Institutional aid" vs. scholarships


I know this has been discussed before, but maybe some of you more in the know than myself can help explain, as apparently it remains an important factor in today's baseball landscape. How do we stack up in our ability to provide said "institutional aid" vs. our competition?

This is from an article in today's Charlottesville paper:

College baseball still only allows 11.7 scholarships to spread about 35 players.

Virginia, like other programs, can use institutional aid for assistance in such situations.

“Is it an avenue that helps some of our players be at the University of Virginia? Sure it is,” O’Connor said. “But it just varies. That has more to do with them (student-athletes), what they qualify for, than what we can do about it.

“But certainly it’s absolutely a part of what we do and an important part of what we do. And it will be an important part moving forward."

Posted: 01/17/2016 at 09:15AM



+0

Insert a Link

Enter the title of the link here:


Enter the full web address of the link here -- include the "http://" part:


Current Thread:
 
  
"Institutional aid" vs. scholarships -- Proud 2 B Hokie 01/17/2016 09:15AM
  Means financial aid based on FASFA -- HOKIESHARK 01/18/2016 07:54AM
  Or CSS Profile -- Pylons 01/25/2016 5:30PM
  As long as a student-athlete qualifies for merit money... -- NorCalHokie 01/18/2016 08:52AM
  are we taking advantage of all/any specific assistance -- HtownHokie 01/19/2016 3:24PM
  What's to "strategize?" -- NorCalHokie 01/21/2016 09:43AM
  This is not merit money, it's need-based ** -- Pylons 01/25/2016 5:31PM
  VT just doesn't have near the endowment that UVa does -- VictoryTurkey 01/19/2016 10:04PM
  50 years is getting to be not that recent ** -- Nelsonia Hokie 02/08/2016 10:06PM

Our Sponsors


Shop Our TSL Affiliate Links!


vm312