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Playing Sports At The College Level

By Staff, 08/02/18, 11:45AM EDT

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"Student-athletes hoping to continue participating in college should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center as early as early as possible and become familiar with the NCAA requirements for participation. Intercollegiate athletics is extremely competitive, with a small percentage of high school athletes going on to the college level (information provided by the NCAA)."

RESOURCES FOR ATHLETES

New documents for the school year are now available to download or order. These resources are intended for students, parents and coaches to learn more about the initial-eligibility requirements and help students to prepare to transition from high school to becoming an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. 

These new resources include: 

Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete: This highly comprehensive tool is designed to help students and families understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process in detail, and to prepare student-athletes transition from high school to becoming an NCAA athlete.

A quick overview of the academic standards and steps that it takes to become an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. PRINT THE PDF BELOW TO KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO PLAY AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL.

Recruiting Webinar

To educate high school student-athletes and their families on every aspect of athletic recruiting, collegiate academic eligibility, and social responsibility, thereby inspiring increased academic awareness and empowering them to make informed decisions that lead to excellence at the college level, in both sport and the classroom.

An overview of the academic requirements to compete in Division I. 

An overview of the academic requirements to compete in Division II sports in 2018.

This document provides instruction on how to convert SAT exams taken after March 2016 to use on the Division I and II sliding scales. 

"Student-athletes hoping to continue participating in college should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center as early as early as possible and become familiar with the NCAA requirements for participation. Intercollegiate athletics is extremely competitive, with a small percentage of high school athletes going on to the college level (information provided by the NCAA)."

RESOURCES FOR ATHLETES

New documents for the school year are now available to download or order. These resources are intended for students, parents and coaches to learn more about the initial-eligibility requirements and help students to prepare to transition from high school to becoming an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. 

These new resources include: 

Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete: This highly comprehensive tool is designed to help students and families understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process in detail, and to prepare student-athletes transition from high school to becoming an NCAA athlete.

A quick overview of the academic standards and steps that it takes to become an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. PRINT THE PDF BELOW TO KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO PLAY AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL.

Recruiting Webinar

To educate high school student-athletes and their families on every aspect of athletic recruiting, collegiate academic eligibility, and social responsibility, thereby inspiring increased academic awareness and empowering them to make informed decisions that lead to excellence at the college level, in both sport and the classroom.

An overview of the academic requirements to compete in Division I. 

An overview of the academic requirements to compete in Division II sports in 2018.

This document provides instruction on how to convert SAT exams taken after March 2016 to use on the Division I and II sliding scales.