NCAA Information

Information and Resources for College-Bound Student-Athletes and Parents

NCAA Eligibility Center
NCAA Eligibility Center website 

Academic Certification

Divisions I, II and III Initial-Eligibility Requirements.

Eligibility Standards Quick Reference Sheet - (Divisions I and II)
* Note: Division III Eligibility Standards - contact the institution regarding its academic and amateurism policies. 

Initial Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions

Divisions I and II Worksheets

International College-Bound Student-Athlete Information.

International Student-Athlete Web Site - contains Frequently Asked Questions and a guide to academic standards for each country.

Canadian CEEB Codes

Students with Education-Impacting Disabilities Information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home School Information.

Frequently Asked Questions

National Letter of Intent.


Amateurism Certification

Amateurism Certification Information

New! How to Request Final Amateurism Certification


Health and Safety Programs

Who to Call / Where to Go

NCAA Eligibility Center - 877/262-1492 (8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday).

Request a new Personal Identification Number (PIN).

Check the status of an academic certification. 

Questions regarding your initial-eligibility status.

Case-specific inquiries concerning amateurism cases.

Questions about the amateurism certification process.

Questions about the status of a core-course review.

Questions regarding education-impacting disability services. 

NCAA Academic and Membership Affairs (formerly Membership Services) - 317/917-6008 (noon to 4 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday) for parents,college-bound student-athletes and the public.

Questions about NCAA rules.

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