Some swimmers feel like unless they are faster enough to swim at Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Texas, or another Division I school, then there’s no hope of swimming in college. This couldn’t be further from the truth! With over 500 collegiate swim programs out there, you can find a program that is the right fit for you.
Whether it’s Kenyon College, the Division III national champ for more than 30 years in a row, or Indian River, who has won the junior college championship for almost 40 straight years, there are plenty of truly competitive swim programs in a variety of settings.
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And even if you’re not up for the extreme competition on a national stage but want to use swimming as a way to a topnotch education, schools like Georgetown, John Hopkins, UPenn, and Harvard all boast swim programs. There are even specialty schools, like Savannah College of Art and Design that offer athletic grants-in-aid, so you are bound to find the right fit for you.
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We make researching collegiate swim programs easy by having all the information in one place. Plus we have the academic, testing, and admission knowledge from MyColLife.com, our partners if this collegiate endeavor. Take a look now and get started on your college journey.