NCAA Eligibility


Do you know in order to play college sports you need to meet certain requirements set forth by the NCAA?  Make sure you are taking the right approach to ensure your eligibility.  Every year recruits miss out on opportunities because they fail to meet the academic standards.  Don’t let this happen to you!

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ernestThe NCAA Eligibility Center is in place to make sure athletes and parents have an easier time understanding and navigating the eligibility steps that the NCAA requires.  We have complied a list of the most common questions asked regarding the NCAA Eligibility Center.

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EligibilityThe NCAA requires ALL potential division one athletes to pass certain core courses while in high school.  If you do not, you will not be eligible to play NCAA division one athletics coming out of high school.  It is very important to know what core courses are required by the NCAA.

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41The NCAA requires ALL potential division two athletes to pass certain core courses while in high school.  If you do not, you will not be eligible to play NCAA division two athletics coming out of high school.  It is very important to know what core courses are required by the NCAA.

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35The NCAA does not have as many rules in place for Division 3 institutions.  This helps division three programs recruit more easily without as many restrictions. Make sure you know what the division three requirements are.

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7The NCAA Division One sliding scale is in place for those athletes that have lower GPA’s, but have higher ACT/SAT scores and vice-versa.  This gives high school athletes some wiggle room to become eligible with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

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7The NCAA Division Two sliding scale is in place for those athletes that have lower GPA’s, but have higher ACT/SAT scores and vice-versa.  This gives high school athletes some wiggle room to become eligible with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

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