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Q: Is it mandatory that I register for the NCAA Eligibility Center, and when do I need to do so?

A: Yes, in order to play either NCAA DI or DII sports you must be cleared through the NCAA Eligibility Center, a process that requires you to register online at www.EligibilityCenter.org. It’s best to register at the end of your sophomore season or early in your junior year to make sure that you are meeting the mandatory requirements, scheduling the …

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Dealing with Negative Issues with the NCAA

The NCAA and their rules and member institutions make up a very complex and powerful world. As you are submitting information to the NCAA Eligibility Center and working towards admission and enrollment to your chosen university you may encounter setbacks. You may have academic credit deficiencies, questions and investigations into your amateur status, flagged SAT/ACT scores, problems with your transcripts… …

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Full Scholarships vs. Partial Scholarships

Most NCAA scholarships are not “full rides,” and it’s important to know because all schools vary with tuition costs, as well as the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition. FULL SCHOLARSHIPS: Chances are more likely to receive a full NCAA DI or DII scholarship in “head count” sports — men’s and women’s basketball, football, women’s gymnastics, women’s tennis and women’s …

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Education Impacting Disabilities: How to Request Accommodation for Imparement

From the NCAA… For academic eligibility purposes, the NCAA defines an education-impacting disability as a current impairment that has a substantial educational impact on a student’s academic performance and requires accommodation. Some of the most common EIDs: • Learning disabilities or disorders. • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. • Mental health disorders. • Medical conditions. • Deaf or hard of hearing. …

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Mandatory: Registering with the NCAA Eligibility Center & What You Need to Know…

There is one mandatory step in order to accept a scholarship from a Division I or Division II institution, registering with the NCAA Eligibility Center and completing certification that verifies your academic requirements and status as an amateur athlete. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER… • You must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (www.EligibilityCenter.org) in …

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VOCAB: NCAA Recruiting Definitions

Important Terms to Know From the NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student Athlete… Contact: A contact happens any time a college coach says more than hello during a face-to-face meeting with you or your parents off the college’s campus. Contact period: During a contact period, a college coach may have face-to-face contact with you or your parents, watch you compete …

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Junior Year: What to Expect & How to Prepare

:: FOCUS ON FUNDAMENTALS… within your sport and become a master of those! Don’t waste time worrying about the recruiting process, focus all of your energy on being the best player that you can be. If you are a top player, make sure you work on becoming a great leader and teammate—these are qualities coaches are looking for in addition …

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What’s an NLI? NCAA National Letters of Intent…

The NLI (National Letter of Intent) is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution: – Prospective student-athlete agrees to attend the institution full-time for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters). – Institution agrees to provide athletics financial aid for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters). – Coaching Change: A prospective student-athlete …