To be successful in college, students need to be prepared for college coursework. Student-athletes are not an exception to this fact and have additional responsibilities if participating in Division I or Division II athletics is their goal. To compete in collegiate athletics at a NCAA Division I or II school, you need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center.
In Division I and Division II athletic programs, the NCAA sets academic initial-eligibility standards that take into account GPA, standardized test scores, core courses taken in high school and the grades earned in those core courses. Division III schools hold student-athletes to the same overall standards for the institution in which they’re enrolling. All student-athletes also must meet the unique acceptance requirements of the college or university they plan to attend (which may exceed NCAA standards).
For more information, visit the High School Course Handbool link below or click above on the NCAA Eligibility Center link to get a NCAA Certification Account started today.