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Welcome to LA4College

We specialize in helping high school student-athletes navigate the college athletic recruiting process.

Hundreds of Colleges

It can be an overwhelming process. It is often difficult to know where to begin.

Where We Come In To Help You

LA4College is adept at narrowing down the universe of schools that are academic and athletic fits for each client’s specific profile.

Our Expertise Builds Trust

We have built relationships with hundreds of college coaches who trust our judgment and know we’ll only bring them qualified recruits.

Estimated Probability of Competing in College Athletics

What are your chances of competing in sports in college? The NCAA, which is the main organization that sanctions collegiate athletics in the United States, has published information about the number of athletes participating on teams in their member institutions for...

NCAA Division I to Return to Regular Recruiting Activities on June 1

The NCAA Division I Council has voted to allow colleges to resume regular recruiting activities, according to ESPN. "We are delighted to announce that as of June 1, all sports will return to their normal recruiting calendars," said Council chair M. Grace Calhoun,...

The College Board Eliminates SAT Subject Tests and Optional Essay

The College Board announced in January that the SAT Subject Tests (formerly called “Achievement Tests,” then “SAT IIs”), as well as the optional writing section on the SAT, would no longer be offered in the United States. The College Board will continue to administer...

NCAA D1 Council Votes to Allow Combining Merit/Need Aid With Athletic Aid

The NCAA Division I Council passed legislation on Wednesday to allow equivalency sports such as swimming and diving to stack need-based aid and/or merit aid with athletic aid with only the athletic aid counting against the scholarship limits for the sport. Division I...

Série en confinement : les universités américaines et le recrutement

Lepesant Associates profite de ce moment de confinement pour mener une série de mini-séminaires afin de présenter le système universitaire des États-Unis. Chaque semaine nous traiterons un sujet spécifique. Session 1 : Introduction au système universitaire des...

Jade Le Bris (2022) Heads to London for the World Para Swimming Championships

Our client Jade Le Bris, a sophomore at St. Catherine University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, is participating in her first international meet as a member of the French National Team. The ninth edition of the World Para Swimming Championships, a key qualifier for the...

New NCAA Division I Recruiting Rules Go into Effect on May 1, 2019

May 1, 2019 marked the first day of the new recruiting rules set out by the NCAA Division I Council last week. The regulations affect a large number of sports (but not American football, basketball, lacrosse, softball, and men’s ice hockey, which have their own...

2019-20 U.S. Dates for SAT and SAT Subject Tests

Plan ahead! The SAT is offered in August, October, November, December, March, May, and June. The SAT Subject Tests are offered in August, October, November, December, May and June. U.S. Test Dates Aug 24, 2019 Oct 5, 2019 Nov 2, 2019 Dec 7, 2019 Mar 14, 2020 May 2,...

New NLI Rule Eliminates Early Signing Period for Most Sports

New rules regarding National Letters of Intent (NLIs) will eliminate the “early” signing period, unifying it with the previous “regular” signing period, for all sports other than football and basketball. NLIs are one-year scholarship agreements that make up the...

NCAA Division I Council Adopts New Recruiting Rules

The NCAA Division I Council adopted legislation this week that will change the way student-athletes are recruited for all sports except football and men’s and women’s basketball. The new rules aim to give a prospective student-athlete more time in the recruiting...

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Anne was very helpful in advising and guiding us through our daughter’s application as a student-athlete.  She’s very knowledgeable about the whole process and gives accurate information for realistic expectations for your college applicant.  Her advice and guidance was very much in agreement with my daughter’s academic dean of her school.  She can open your eyes to many great opportunities at outstanding institutions you may not have even considered.  Give her a call, you’ll be glad you did.
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Thank you, LA4College, for helping me find a school that allowed me to continue my sport AND pursue my academic interests.


Anne Lepesant was very helpful with all aspects of the college search process, but most of all with the financial part. She helped us get the information we needed to choose between several college offers. In the end it saved us time and money and we couldn’t have done it without her.
Andrew Y.