• NCAA and NAIA Eligibility

NCAA and NAIA Eligibility

  • NCAA Eligibility Center Transcript Release Process

    The NCAA Eligibility Center prefers that we send transcripts at the end of sophomore, junior, and senior year. If a student registers with the NCAA Eligibility Center after their sophomore year, we send an initial transcript as soon as we receive the transcript release, and again at the end of every subsequent school year.

    Before we can send a student's transcript to the NCAA, they must:

    • Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, listing Riverside as their current high school; and 
    • Have their parent/guardian complete the NCAA Transcript Release. The release form only needs to be completed once, and it will cover the rest of high school for as long as the student remains enrolled at Riverside.

    For more detailed information, please visit The NCAA Eligibility Center website.

    NAIA Eligibility Center Transcript Release Process

    The NAIA Eligibility Center requests that we send transcripts at the end of a student's junior and senior years. If a student registers with the NAIA Eligibility Center during their senior year, we send an initial transcript as soon as we receive the transcript release, and again after graduation.

    Before we can send a student's transcript to the NAIA, they must:

    • Register with the NAIA Eligibility Center, listing Riverside as their high school; and 
    • Have their parent/guardian complete the Transcript Release form. This is the general transcript release. Please do not use the NCAA release for the NAIA.

    You only need to complete a transcript release for the NAIA once, and it will cover the rest of high school for as long as you remain enrolled at Riverside.

    For more detailed information, please visit the NAIA Eligibility Center website

Last Modified on December 13, 2023