Why you need to Register
- You need to be cleared by the NCAA if you are going to play NCAA DI or DII athletics
- You will not be able to go on ANY official visits unless you have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center
- You can’t receive an official scholarship offers until you have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center
- Don’t think you can slip and not get it done. ALL NCAA coaches use the Clearinghouse/Eligibility Center to verify your academics
At the start of your junior year is when you should register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. If you’re a senior and have yet to do so, register now and get your official documents prepared.
*NOTE: The NCAA Eligibility Center use to be called The Clearinghouse. These are the same organizations.
Before you start your registration with the NCAA Eligibility Center, there is a list of items that you should have ready.
- Valid email address.
- Basic education history – You will need to list of all your high schools or secondary schools you have attended and the dates you attended them.
- Any additional coursework – This is anything extra outside of your normal high school education. For ex. Summer school courses taken at different place than your high school, a course to improve your grade, online courses, or college or junior college or correspondence.
- Sports participation history – You will need details about the teams you played on, events you have participated in, and any kind of recruiting services you have been a part of.
- Registration fee – $75 for students from the United States and its territories, and Canada. $130 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.
You can check out The Official Site of the NCAA for more details
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