College-bound student-athletes, who want to practice, compete and receive athletically related financial aid at a NCAA Division I or Division II College must satisfy the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.3, commonly known as Proposition 48.
A student’s eligibility for practice, competition and financial aid in the freshmen year at a Division I or II college must be certified by the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse. It is important to see your school registrar by September of your senior year to allow time for processing the required information.
During your senior year, students should register online with the NCAA. Prospective college athletes for Division I and II schools need to apply online. The website is: www.eligibilitycenter.org. From the home page, the athlete should click on “NCAA College-Bound Student-Athletes enter here”, which will link the student-athlete to the necessary information.
While registering online with the NCAA, it is a students repsonsibility, when prompted, to print forms which must be given to the registrar. These forms are necessary to have transcripts sent to NCAA. However, it is the student’s responsibility to submit all SAT/ACT scores to NCAA directly from the College Board; the counseling center does not submit these scores to the NCAA.