NCAA Eligibility InfoIf you think there is a chance that you may participate in athletics after high school, you will want to make sure that you are eligible to play. There are ever-changing rules about eligibility and it is important to stay on top of the requirements. It is the student-athlete's responsibility to make sure they are eligible for the next level of competition. However, you have quite a few resources that you can use to help you along the way. Your parent/guardian, coach, counselor, and the school that is recruiting you can all be of some assistance.Click to access the NCAA Eligibility Quick Reference Guide: http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/Quick_Reference_Sheet.pdfFor the list of NCAA Approved Courses for Unit 5, see page 12 of the Course to Career GuideAccess the NCAA Eligibility Center by following this link: http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/To be eligible to play sports at an NCAA Division 1 or 2 school:
Students must complete certain requirements before the end of their junior year. You also must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and meet GPA/ACT/SAT requirements. You will send an official transcript and your ACT/SAT score to NCAA Eligibility Center as well.NAIA Eligibility InfoNAIA Guidelines for College Bound Athletes - eligibility information can be found hereNAIA Eligibility Center - registration informationTo be eligible to play sports at an NAIA school:You must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center and meet certain GPA/ACT/SAT requirements. You will send an official transcript and your ACT/SAT score to the NAIA Eligibility Center as well.