ACADEMICS & ELIGIBILITY

 

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NCAAStudent.org

NCAA Academic Guidelines

The Journey To Intercollegiate Athletics

9th and 10th Grades

  • Take a college prep curriculum.
  • Work hard to get good grades.
  • Select courses that meet high school graduation requirements.
  • Prepare for the rigorous rolex replica road ahead in college.
  • Take classes that meet the NCAA initial-eligibility requirements.

11th Grade

  • Register to take the ACT, SAT, or both.
  • When registering for an exam, use the NCAA Eligibility Center code 9999 as a score recipient to make sure the score is reported directly to the NCAA Eligibility Center.
  • At the beginning of grade 11, students planning on participating in NCAA Division I or NCAA Division II should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
  • An official transcript can be sent to the NCAA Eligibility Center after completing your junior year of high school.  The transcript may be sent by regular mail or overnight delivery.  The NCAA Eligibility Center will not accept faxed transcripts.
  • Check the courses you have taken to match the NCAA core-course list.
  • Complete the Amateurism Questionnaire at the time you register with the NCAA Eligibility Center with as complete information as possible.

12th Grade

  • Take the SAT and ACT again, if necessary.
  • Continue to take college prep courses.
  • Check the courses you have taken to match the NCAA core-course list.
  • Complete the Amateurism Questionnaire and sign the 10.1 statement on or after April 1st (if enrolling in fall) or October 1st (if enrolling in spring).
  • At the end of your senior year, ask your guidance counselor to mail your final transcript with proof of graduation to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

 

Initial eligibility information for prospective student-athletes

The NCAA Eligibility Center is an organization that will certify the academic and amateur status of incoming high school, junior college and international student-athletes for NCAA Divisions I and II competition.  Students who want to participate in college sports during their first year of enrollment must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. 

  • The individual student-athlete is responsible for achieving and protecting his or her eligibility status.
  • NCAA regulations are set by NCAA colleges and universities and require all incoming student-athletes to meet a prescribed level of academic performance, while maintaining their amateur status, before entering college.

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