NCAA Information

 


NCAA Eligibility Center (formerly NCAA Clearing House)

 

Do you want to continue to compete in college athletics after high school? In order to do so at any NCAA Division I or II college/university you must register and be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. You must apply and be approved prior to your freshman year of college or you will not be allowed to be on the team or to accept any athletic scholarships. It is recommended to apply to the NCAA Eligibility Center before the end of your 11th grade school year. Final certification will come after graduation.

 

 

What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?

 

The NCAA Eligibility Center was created to bring academic and amateurism certifications together under one roof. Its purpose is to ensure that college-bound student-athletes, as well as coaches and administrators, understand the requirements to participate in NCAA Divisions I and II athletics.

All incoming freshman who plan on attending any NCAA Division I or II university MUST register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, meet all academic and amateur requirements and be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center.

 

 

What are the NCAA Eligibility Center standards I must meet?

 

The standards issued by the NCAA Eligibility Center are slightly different for Division I and Division II but are based on the same four principles:

  • You must      graduate from high school.
  • You must      successfully complete all core courses.
  • You must      have a minimum 2.000 GPA in core courses; and
  • You must      have a minimum qualifying score on the ACT or SAT.

 

 

 

 For complete information, please click on the links listed below

 

  

 

NCAA Eligibility Information Brochure

 

 

 

NCAA Eligibility Center Quick Reference Guide

 

 

 

NCAA Eligibility Center Registration Website