Click HERE for free, helpful information about the college athletic recruiting process. 
    Please click HERE for an excellent resource from the NCAA regarding managing student-athletes' mental health issues.
    Click HERE for the 2020-21 NCAA Guide for College-Bound Student-Athletes
    Click HERE for directions to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (updated by NCAA 12-17-20)
    Click HERE for the 2020-21 COVID-19 Response FAQ
    Starting April 1, 2017 students who plan to enroll full time at an NCAA Division I or II school this fall will be able to request their final amateurism certification. Students must have a registered Certification Account and an enrollment period of Fall 2017 to request. You can find more information about amateurism certification on our website and check out this step-by-step guide if you have questions about how to request. If students need to update their enrollment period they can do so easily in their account.
    If a student-athlete takes the current SAT before March 2016 and then takes the redesigned SAT at a later date, the NCAA Eligibility Center will not combine section scores from the current and redesigned SAT when determining the student-athletes initial eligibility.  The NCAA Eligibility Center will only combine section scores from the same version of the test.  Because the redesigned SAT varies in design and measures different academic concepts than the current SAT, a numerical score on the current test may not be equivalent to the same numerical score on the redesigned test.
    *Go to www.eligibilitycenter.org to register with NCAA.  Your transcripts will automatically be sent within three business days.*
    Don't forget to have your SAT/ACT scores sent directly from the testing center to NCAA, they will not accept the copy of your score that is provided on your transcript.

    The NCAA Eligibility Center recently launched a website specifically dedicated to educating students and parents about the new NCAA Division I eligibility standards for 2016 and beyond. Visit
    Click HERE for 2016 NCAA Eligibility Center Powerpoint