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 high school athletes fall through the cracks and don’t meet the academic requirements to be a “Qualifier” because they weren’t planning early enough in high school, or due to inadequate advice regarding college athletic eligibility.

Informed Athlete's Freshmen Eligibility Transcript Review - Revised (2)For more information on our Freshman Academic Eligibility & Transcript Review Service, visit http://informedathlete.com/help/ncaa-freshman-academic-eligibility-transcript-reviews/.  

About Rick Allen

25+ years NCAA Rules Expertise, including Director of Compliance at 2 major DI schools

Former President of National Association for Athletic Compliance (NAAC)

Conducts compliance reviews and audits at NCAA Schools throughout the U.S.

Consulted with NAIA schools transitioning to NCAA membership status

Dad of a DI & DII student-athlete

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