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1 NCAA WORKSHOP For The College Bound Student Athlete

2 What is the NCAA Eligibility Center? The NCAA Clearinghouse is now the NCAA Eligibility Center. The E Center certifies the academic and amateur credentials of all students who want to play Division I or II sports. Students must meet academic benchmarks and be certified as an amateur.

3 Eligibility Center / College Admission Eligibility Center certification is not admission to college. You must apply to college separately and be accepted. * Eligibility Center clears you to play at a Division I or II school but does not ensure that you will get in that school.

4 At the Website 2010 and after Create Account Complete Registration Signing Dates Talking to Coaches How to get Recruited Buy –Guide for the College Bound Athlete

5 Register and Send Transcripts After 6 semesters students register on line, and come to Guidance to request a transcript be sent. After graduation, we will send a final transcript. Go online to scores must be mailed from the testing company only. Transcripts from multiple schools must be sent by the school of attendance. *

6 When Registering With NCAA Online: Select: Prospective Student-Athletes Domestic Student Release Form Fill out the amateur athlete status High School code is: 010370 Complete the form online and submit

7 Academic Eligibility is from Core Courses Only. Academic course in English, math, science, social science, foreign language A course at or above regular academic level*

8 Division 1 16 Required Courses Four years of English Three years of math Two years of science One extra English, math or science Two years of social science Four years of extra courses Sliding scale of test score and GPA

9 Division II 14 Required Courses increase to 16 in 2013 Three years of English Two years of math Two years of science Two extra years of English, math,or science Two years of social science Three years of extra core courses Achieve a combined SAT of 820 or a sum score of 68 on the ACT and a 2.0 gpa

10 What about Test Scores and Grades? Test scores will be mixed and matched to achieve the best result. Courses before 9 th grade will be used if the school issued a credit and grade, and it is on the transcript. The Eligibility Center will use the better grade when a course is repeated.

11 How are the ACT And SAT Figured? How often may you take the ACT or SAT? How is it figured? MathVerbalTotal SAT (10/08)350570920 SAT (12/08)440470910 Scores Used4405701010

12 ACT Composite Reading1820 Math1615 Science1715 Soc Sci1718 Composite 72

13 How Is The GPA Calculated A – 4 points B – 3 points C – 2 points D – 1 point Honors courses receive the same number or points as college prep and academic courses. If a course is repeated the higher grade counts.

14 Disabilities: Special Conditions Do I inform NCAA of a disability? Document Copy of professional diagnosis Copy of 504 plan Testing may not be more than 3 years old.

15 Permission to Share Grades & Scores Reminders Registration should occur after 6 semesters. Registration gives guidance permission to share grades and test scores with coaches that contact us.

16 Questions Do I have to register with the eligibility center? Is eligibility center certification the same as college admission? May I send academic information directly to the eligibility center? Who sees my academic information? Is there a deadline? What if I have attended more than one high school?

17 What Is My Next Step? Start the ACT/SAT early. Retake if needed. Check transcript and school’s 48 H. Count the core courses to this point including this year. Look at the sliding scale and compare.

18 Talk to the Coach 1.Contact your student’s coach. 2.Be prepared to put together information. 3.Let the coach do the hovering!

19 Know The Rules Go to the website Understand the rules Know the differences in Division I and II. Keep track of courses and grades. Always better to have more core than required.

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