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: https://www.ncaa.org/sports/2015/2/11/student-athletes-future-educational-resources.aspxFor the list of NCAA Approved Courses for Unit 5, see 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 their requirements. You will send an official transcript and any necessary test scores to the 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.