The NCAA Eligibility Center ensures that student-athletes pass the same standards that were established by the NCAA in order to play as a freshman in college.
WHO NEEDS TO REGISTER?
Any student-athlete that wishes to compete in college at the NCAA D-I or D-II level must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. (Students who plan on playing NCAA D-III level do NOT need to register.)
WHEN DO YOU REGISTER?
Student-athletes should register with the Eligibility Center during the spring of their junior year. HOWEVER, you should inform your school counselor of your intentions to play college athletics early in your high school career so your program of studies meets all the necessary academic requirements.
HOW DO YOU REGISTER?
You may ONLY register electronically online at http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/ online.
WHO SENDS AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT TO THE NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER?
Conard will send your official transcript after you print/complete the NCAA transcript release. You should bring this transcript release (printed from http://www.eligibilitycenter.org/ under "forms") and bring to the school counseling secretary, Mrs. Hall. This will also ensure that your final transcript is sent to the center upon graduation.
WHO SENDS SAT/ACT SCORES TO THE CENTER?
The student-athlete. Visit collegeboard.com or act.org to send your scores.
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