• NCAA Eligibility Center
     
     
    The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a nonprofit organization.  Its members are a diverse group and are located all over the country - including more than 1,200 colleges and universities, conferences and other organizations. 
     
    The NCAA Eligibility Center evaluates a student's high school transcript to certify the student's eligibility to compete as a freshman student-athlete at a Division I or II college.  The clearinghouse is not the NCAA, but an organization that performs services relative to initial eligibility for the NCAA.
     
     
    Determine Your Eligibilty Status (any grade level)
     
    If your student has dreams of playing in a NCAA Division I or Division II school, he/she must meet NCAA initial eligibility minimum standards, including core course GPA and SAT/ACT test score requirements.  The CoreCorseGPA.com calculator is an innovative web-based tool that allows you to easily track your son or daughter's progress toward meeting these requirements.  Access codes can be secured from your son or daughter's School Counselor.  To link to the calculator, click here.
     
     
    Register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (as a Junior or Senior)
     
    To register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, students must create an account with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Ideally, students should register during the spring of their junior year.  To register, students can click here to visit the NCAA Clearinghouse website.  
     
     
    To have a transcript sent to the NCAA Eligibiligy Center, please fill out a NCAA Transcript Request Form and turn it into Mrs. Vocke in the School Counseling Office. 
     
     
    For more information visit the NCAA Eligibility Center
     
     
    Collegecoachesonline.com a database of college coaches in NCAA and NAIA. Search for colleges by sport, division, location, size, tuition and academics.
     
     
    Athleticscholarships.net a recruiting and resume service for high school athletes who want to compete at college level.
     
     
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Last Modified on April 2, 2018