In the realm of School and Athletics, success has two importance. Athletes are expected to excel in their sport, and required to achieve in the classroom.
Life as a student-athlete is difficult because you have to juggle practice schedules, traveling for competitions and classes. Most students have some type of scholarship responsibilities, Therefore, he/she cannot afford to fall behind in their school work.
According to a article in the Southeastern Louisianian University, Life skills and academic liaison Chris Bentley states that “We try to help the students with course scheduling in the summer to enhance positive study habits,” she said. “For instance, we try to schedule the harder courses for the athletes when they aren’t in the middle of their sport season and have more study time available. Additional tips Bentley has for athletes include not scheduling a class after 1 p.m. due to practice and other responsibilities. She encourages the athletes to stay on track for graduation and enroll in courses within their specific degree plan.’
I believe that the above advice is excellent for the the success of the student