Will your athlete be eligible to compete as a Freshman?

To be eligible for NCAA Division I scholarships, competition, and practice as a freshman, high school prospects must be sure to have completed at least 10 core courses prior to the start of your senior year (seventh semester) of high school. 

In addition, at least 7 of those 10 courses must be in the subject areas of English, math, and natural or physical science.

If you’re a high school junior and don’t have those “10 and 7” at the end of this Spring semester, you’ll need to investigate summer school opportunities to achieve that requirement before next Fall!

For questions about those requirements, or if you want to make sure that you’re on track to be a Qualifier for NCAA Division I or Division II, contact Informed Athlete at 913-766-1235 for a Transcript Review and Assessment. 

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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