Athlete Resources

Last Updated: 9/19/2019 8:31 PM

Ladies and Gents - 

If you are interested in participating in NCAA athletics in college..... please check out the files at the bottom of the page.

2019 / 2020 NCAA Core Course and Academic Flyer

The NCAA 2019 / 2020 Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete

NCAA Division I, II, or III Levels

NAIA Data

NCAA Recruiting Facts

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*Be wary of organizations that will promise to find a student a sports scholarship.*

The only athletic divisions that give scholarships have very clear academic ACT/SAT guidelines. Work with your counselor to determine your eligibility and the process for registering with the NCAA. You must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse to play Division I, II, and III sports.  You can register after your junior year final grades are recorded. This may be done on line at the NCAA Clearinghouse website: http://eligibilitycenter.org/ECWR2/NCAA_EMS/NCAA.html

NJCAA The National Junior College Athletic Association provides opportunities for student-athletes to continue their athletic careers. The NJCAA is divided into three divisions just like the NCAA. The schools who are members of this organization are two-year community and junior colleges. After completing their eligibility, a student-athlete may choose to continue their academic and athletic career at a NCAA or NAIA school.

NAIA  The small, private colleges and universities that are members of NAIA offer most of the same opportunities as NCAA schools.

NCCAA  The National Christian College Athletic Association lists Division 1 and 2 Christian colleges for various men's and women's sports.

 

What are your chances of playing college athletics?

http://www.ncaa.org/about/resources/research/probability-competing-beyond-high-school

Documents:

Tablet NCAA INITIAL-ELIGIBILITY PROCESS

 

Tablet Your High School Eligibility

 

Tablet How to request final amateurism certification