Is NCAA Clearinghouse required?
The NCAA Clearinghouse is an essential step in becoming eligible to play college sports. Over 180,000 potential college athletes register with the NCAA every year. If you want to play NCAA college sports and receive a scholarship at the DI or DII level, you will need to register and be cleared by the NCAA.
Why do I need to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse?
Their purpose is to validate that academic requirements are on track for a student athlete NCAA schools have interest in. The NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER was established to stop the doctoring / falsifying of academic records. When you register, you need to fill out what is called a “STUDENT RELEASE FORM”.
What students must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse?
When should students register? The NCAA recommends that student-athletes register at the beginning of their junior year in high school, but many students register after their junior year.
What are the NCAA Clearinghouse requirements?
What are the NCAA Eligibility Center standards I must meet?
- You must graduate from high school.
- You must successfully complete all core courses.
- You must have a minimum 2.000 GPA in core courses; and.
- You must have a minimum qualifying score on the ACT or SAT.
How much does it cost to register for the NCAA Clearinghouse?
Payment (Certification Accounts only).
The registration fee is $90 for students from the United States and its territories, and Canada. The registration fee is $150 for students from all other countries. You must pay online by debit, credit card or e-check. Some students may be eligible for a fee waiver.
How long does the NCAA Clearinghouse process take?
The NCAA Eligibility Center process will take months or years to complete, depending on when you register. While initial NCAA registration will take 15-30 minutes, expect to spend around 30 hours throughout high school dedicated to the NCAA Eligibility Center process.
How long does it take the NCAA Eligibility Center to process transcripts?
Please allow two days for processing from the day of receipt. Transcripts may also be mailed to the following address; please allow four days for processing from the day of receipt.
How do you know if your an NCAA qualifier?
The NCAA determines a student-athlete’s eligibility based on their academic preparedness and amateurism status. Academic eligibility is typically determined using a combination of their SAT/ACT test scores, high school coursework and their GPA as calculated using what are called the “NCAA Core Courses.”
What is the 10 7 rule for NCAA?
Ten of the sixteen core courses must be completed before the start of the seventh semester of high school and at least seven of these 10 core courses must be in English, math, or natural or physical science.
How do I check my NCAA eligibility status?
You can check your status by logging in to your account at eligibilitycenter.org. On your dashboard, your current academic and amateur status for NCAA Divisions I and II will be listed under the sport(s) you selected.