NCAA/College-Bound Athletes

The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) Clearinghouse is an essential step in becoming a student athlete within the NCAA. Over 200,000 potential student athletes register with the NCAA every year.  The NCAA Clearinghouse is an organization outside of the NCAA which performs academic record evaluations to determine if a prospective student-athlete is eligible to participate at an NCAA Division I or II college as a freshman student-athlete

If you plan on participating in a sport at a Division I or Division II school, you must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse @ You should plan to register by the end of your junior year of high school.

Any students interested should visit the eligibility center website and click on the "Resources" tab. You should also meet with your School Counselor for additional information.
You must submit a transcript to the NCAA Clearinghouse as part of the registration process. Submit the completed transcript request form to your school counselor.

Parents and Students -- Here's a great resource for potential college-bound student-athletes: A Complete Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete

Know the NCAA's Academic Standards

Division I Academic Requirements: Eligibility Requirements

Division II Academic Requirements: Eligibility Requirements

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