I frequently get calls asking if a student-athlete is considered a “transfer athlete.” This is important because if a student-athlete is defined as a transfer athlete, they have to follow strict guidelines to be immediately eligible at their next school … Read More
Posts from August 2016
If your athlete just finished their junior year of high school and has a goal of competing at the NCAA Division I or II level, you should have them register with the NCAA Eligibility Center, if they haven’t already done … Read More
I’ve recently had a number of questions about “medical redshirts” or what are officially called Medical Hardship Waivers in college athletics. Perhaps the most important factor in a Medical Hardship Waiver request is the medical documentation to substantiate the injury. … Read More
When I worked on campus, the hardest thing I had to do was tell an athlete they weren’t academically eligible to play their sport.
If you are a High School prospect entering your senior year and graduating in 2017, NOW is the time to review your course enrollment to make sure you are on track to meet the NCAA or NAIA freshman eligibility requirements. Many … Read More
Are you a junior college athlete who took summer school classes in order to be eligible at an NCAA school this Fall?
Junior college athletes taking any summer courses in an effort to become eligible this Fall may not be able to get an official transcript in time for the start of the school year at their NCAA school that they’re transferring … Read More
If you are an athlete who is an incoming freshman at an NCAA Division I or II university and you received a scholarship from your university to attend summer school courses, here’s some important info. If you are now … Read More