This webpage has been designed to give potential student-athletes and their parents an easy to follow set of guidelines in the process of becoming a recruited collegiate student-athlete. If you have any questions during the process, please feel free to contact the Eastern Nazarene College Athletic Department for assistance.
Who We Are
Eastern Nazarene College is a NCAA Division III institution that currently competes in the New England Collegiate Conference. Known as the "Lions", ENC sponsors 15 sports at the varsity level. To learn more about athletics at Eastern Nazarene, click here to view the ENC Athletics Quick Facts.
Schedule A Visit
Eastern Nazarene College is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and has followed local, state, and national health organization guidance in developing this phased re-opening plan for campus visits. So that we can offer the safest and most positive visit experience, registration for a campus visit is required.
We understand that the recruiting process can be rather lengthy and tough to navigate for both student-athletes and their parents. While completing the proper paperwork and making sure the right documents are turned in from your high school can be challenging at times, we advise each prospective student-athlete (PSA) that is interested in Eastern Nazarene College (or any university for that matter) to read through and follow these specific steps to make sure you are eligible when it comes time for you to enroll in classes.
1. Meet with your high school guidance counselor and tell him/her that you are interested in participating in athletics at the Division III level. You and your counselor should go over your transcripts to ensure you are meeting all necessary NCAA core-course and grade-point average requirements.
2. If you decide that Eastern Nazarene College is a school you are interested in and would like to begin the process of communicating with one of our coaches, please take a few minutes to fill out a "Prospective Student-Athlete Questionnaire" for the respective sport(s).
3. Complete your application to Eastern Nazarene College. This can be done online by clicking here.
4. While seeing high school athletes compete in-person in a tryout or at one of your school’s athletic contests is often times the best way for our coaches to evaluate your skills, this cannot always be done for each and every prospective student-athlete. Many of our coaches like the opportunity to view your skills through a DVD or by visiting an online link of your performance and/or skills (i.e. youtube, recruiting websites, etc.). To send a copy of your skills DVD, please send it to the attention of the head coach of the sport or sports you are interested in to the following address:
Eastern Nazarene College
Attn: Coach ____________
23 East Elm Ave.
Quincy, MA 02170
Financial Aid and Scholarships at ENC
Eastern Nazarene College understands the importance of affordability for families pursuing higher education and offers a variety of options for financial assistance.
As a NCAA Division III institution, Eastern Nazarene College does not offer athletic scholarships; however, all incoming freshman and transfer students will receive an academic scholarship.
Academic scholarships are based on high school GPA and SAT/ACT test scores for incoming freshman and are based on college GPA for transfer students. The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid will determine a student’s academic scholarship upon completion of their application to ENC. Click here to apply!
The Office of Financial Aid will consider other factors of your application and your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine additional scholarships and grants that you are eligible for. The FAFSA can be completed after October 1st. Click here to complete the FAFSA online.
If you are ineligible to complete the FAFSA, please complete the International and FAFSA Ineligible Student Financial Aid Application to be considered for need-based financial aid.