- All Sports
- Men's Basketball
- Women's Basketball
- Cross Country
- Ice Hockey
- Men's Tennis
- Women's Tennis
- Track & Field
- Water Polo
PLEASE BE AWARE OF NCAA BYLAW 12.1.2: Amateur status. The following is part - only part - of that Bylaw:
"An individual loses amateur status and thus shall not be eligible for intercollegiate competition in a particular sport if the individual:
(b) Accepts a promise of pay even if such pay is to be received following completion of intercollegiate athletics participation;
How do you qualify? DO NOTHING. Compete. Have fun. Enjoy college and your undergraduate experience. The funds raised at UBooster will be available to you after graduation. You do not need to agree, accept a commitment from us, or sign any contracts or legal documents. Doing so may threaten your amateur status, which is the last thing we want to do.
At UBooster we believe that all college athletes should be compensated for service to their teams, teammates, and schools. While the NCAA has finally decided to provide Cost of Attendance stipends, it is still fighting the O'Bannon court decision, which established the concept of creating a "trust fund" for athletes upon graduation.
We are therefore asking the millions of college football fans who cheer for you on the fields, courts, rinks, or in the pools or arenas across the country to show their support. Our goal is to establish a "trust fund" consistent with the O'Bannon decision that will be available to you.
We're on your side, and we want you to succeed in athletics and in life after college. Study hard. Play hard. And give us a call or send us an email when you graduate.
Welcome to UBooster, where we are "Fueling the Future of College Athletics"
NCAA ByLaw 13.02.12: Prospective Student-Athlete. A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospective student-athlete if the institution provides such an individual (or the individual's relatives or friends) any financial assistance or other benefits that the institution does not provide to prospective students generally.