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Between early morning practice sessions and late-night study times, student athletes have a lot to juggle on a regular basis. Knowing where to get the latest information shouldn't be one of those things. From what it takes to play, to finding the right school, here you will find beneficial resources, tips and tools that will aid in student athletes’ success.
The NCAA Clearinghouse is an essential step in becoming eligible to play college sports. More than 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. The Eligibility Center is the organization within the NCAA that determines the academic eligibility and amateur status for all NCAA DI and DII athletes.
Check out the Website Registration Checklist before getting started to make sure you have everything you need.
Create your account on on the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Check your email and log in to finish the registration process.
Submit transcripts, test scores and answer your amateur status
Note: You cannot send transcripts or test scores on your own. They need to be sent by your high school and testing center.
Getting a Degree After the Military
There are many different types of government and state assistance for honorably discharged veterans to continue their education once their years of service are completed.Learn More