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by Easton Gusikowski Published 6 months ago Updated 4 months ago
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How do I access the NCAA Eligibility Center?

For high schools, enter your 6-digit NCAA High School Code OR your CEEB/ACT Code and your Password below. District contacts: If your district has a unified list of NCAA courses, please return to the home page and log in as a district. If you don't know whether your district has a unified list, please call the Eligibility Center at 877/622-2321.

How do I search for a high school's list of NCAA courses?

Please use the following form to search for a high school's list of NCAA courses. You can search by the high school's six-digit NCAA High School Code or six-digit CEEB/ACT Code or, if you don't know the school's NCAA High School Code or six-digit CEEB/ACT Code, you may search by city/state and high school name.

How do I become an NCAA student-athlete?

On the NCAA Eligibility Center website, you will find the tools and information to guide you toward your goal of becoming an NCAA student-athlete. Allow at least 30 to 45 minutes to register completely for a Certification Account, and 15 to 30 minutes to create a Profile Page.

Are You a home school student for NCAA initial-eligibility?

If you have completed coursework at home, you may or may not be a home school student for the purposes of NCAA initial-eligibility. After entering School information, Certification Accounts will be taken to the Sports page.

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How do I log into NCAA high school portal?

For high schools, enter your 6-digit NCAA High School Code OR your CEEB/ACT Code and your Password below. District contacts: If your district has a unified list of NCAA courses, please return to the home page and log in as a district.

How do I check my NCAA eligibility status?

You can check your status by logging in to your account at eligibilitycenter.org. On your dashboard, your current academic and amateur status for NCAA Divisions I and II will be listed under the sport(s) you selected.

What is NCAA eligibility high school?

The NCAA will only review an athlete's eligibility status if their status has been requested by a D1 or D2 college. This process will begin once you graduate high school, complete a minimum of 16 core courses—with a minimum 2.3 GPA average in these courses—and earn a qualifying ACT or SAT test score.

How do I find my NCAA ID number?

Log in to your NCAA Eligibility Center account at eligibilitycenter.org. Your NCAA ID number is in the top-right corner, just below your name.

Is there an age limit for NCAA?

According to the NCAA, there is no set age limit for any athletes. However, Division I athletes are required to enroll in school one calendar year after high school graduation and then have just five years to complete a typical four-year degree.

How many years of NCAA eligibility do I have?

five-yearEligibility Timeline Division I five-year clock: If you play at a Division I school, you have five-calendar years in which to play four seasons of competition. Your five-year clock starts when you enroll as a full-time student at any college.

What is the minimum GPA for NCAA?

a 2.3 GPAWhat are the NCAA's GPA Requirements? The minimum GPA required to compete at the NCAA Division I level is a 2.3 GPA in approved core-courses and earn an SAT score of 900 or ACT sum score of 75 to be eligible.

What GPA is needed for athletic scholarship?

What are the NCAA GPA requirements for an athletic scholarship in each division? In order to receive full NCAA academic eligibility to compete your freshman year, you must achieve at least a 2.3 GPA in your core courses for Division 1 and a 2.2 GPA for Division 2 to fulfill the NCAA GPA requirements.

Do you have to register with NCAA to be recruited?

You must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center before going on an official visit and receiving an official scholarship offer. College coaches will check to verify that their top recruits are academically eligible, so confirming your eligibility earlier ensures you stay on their radar.

What is a NCAA ID?

What is the NCAA ID? o Divisions I and II student-athletes are assigned an NCAA ID by the NCAA Eligibility Center. o NCAA ID enables applications to more easily transfer data for a particular student-athlete, or group of student-athletes, based on the unique identifier for each student-athlete.

What is an NCAA number?

What is your NCAA Eligibility Number? Your NCAA Eligibility Number is something that every high school student-athlete will need if they are looking to play sports at the Division I or II level. The eligibility process ensures that a high school student-athlete is eligible to compete in the NCAA come freshman year.

When can you register with NCAA?

We recommend that you register with the NCAA Eligibility Center no later than the beginning of your sophomore year in high school. This should allow sufficient time to be sure you are on track to graduate on time and meet the NCAA's required initial-eligibility standards.

What You Need Before You Register

Below is a list of items that we recommend you have prepared prior to beginning your registration with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Or download our Registration Checklist (PDF) to have on hand.

Online Registration

On the NCAA Eligibility Center website, you will find the tools and information to guide you toward your goal of becoming an NCAA student-athlete. Allow at least 30 to 45 minutes to register completely for a Certification Account, and 15 to 30 minutes to create a Profile Page.

Registration Fee and Waiver

Your Certification Account will be eligible for processing once the nonrefundable registration fee is paid or waived. You must pay online by debit, credit card or e-check. The registration fee is $90 for students from the United States and its territories, and Canada. The registration fee is $150 for students from all other countries.

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