Prospective college athletes, like your daughter, need the valuable information on the NCAA Website. They can find out about required core courses, college recruiting, financial aid, and all the rules and regulations student athletes must follow to participate in college sports.
More than most students, athletes have to know how to manage their time, since team practice and athletic events seriously shorten their available study time. It's absolutely essential for your daughter to follow a formal study schedule that shows the athletic events in which she will be involved and the exact times she will study. Each Sunday, she should determine her study times for the coming week. But making a schedule is only half the battle; she must also commit to following it.
Your daughter probably needs to learn how to study more effectively. We recommend that she attend a study skills class this summer at a learning center or a local college. This approach is better than reading a book about how to study. By next term, your daughter will gain the skills to make her a more efficient learner.