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Clearing the NCAA Clearinghouse

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Clearing the NCAA Clearinghouse
MVUSD Guidance
Eric Peterson
epeterson@murrieta.k12.ca.us
951-894-5750 x6779
NCAA
:
National Collegiate Athletic Association
EC
: Eligibility Center
PSA/CBSA
: Prospective Student Athlete or College Bound Student Athlete
Students not enrolled yet
HST
:
High School Transcript
TS
: Test Score
POG
: Proof of Graduation
IRL
:
Institutional Request List
NLI:
National Letter of Intent
Key Terms Dealing With the NCAA
Qualifier
:
a CBSA who meets all academic requirements and may practice, compete and receive athletics aid (scholarship) in the first year of enrollment.
Partial Qualifier
:
(DII Only) CBSA who partially meets the academic requirements and may practice and receive athletics aid but cannot compete in the first year of enrollment.
Non Qualifier
:
CBSA who does not meet the academic requirements and cannot practice, compete or receive athletics aid in the first year of enrollment.
Initial-Eligibility Rules
To be deemed a qualifier, a CBSA must meet these four elements:
Graduate from H.S.
Present 16 core courses in a prescribed distribution
Present a minimum GPA in those 16 core courses
Present a minimum ACT or SAT score
Division I Requirements
16 Core Courses:
4 English
3 Math (Algebra I or higher)
2 Natural/Physical Science (1 Lab)
1 Additional E/M/S
2 Social Studies
4 Additional (from any category above, or foreign language, religion/philosopy
Core GPA/Test Score to meet "sliding scale
Graduate from high school
Division II Requirements
16 Core Courses:
3 English
2 Math (Algebra I or higher)
2 Natural/Physical Science (1 Lab)
3 Additional E/M/S
2 Social Studies
4 Additional courses from any category or foreign language, religion/philosophy
Minimum 2.000 core-course GPA
Minimum 820 SAT (2 part) or 68 sum ACT
Division III
Institutional Control
Non Scholarship
NCAA Sliding Scale
The Certification Process
CBSA registers for the eligibility center
CBSA takes the ACT/SAT using code 9999
Transcripts sent to the NCAA
If CBSA is on active IRL (institutional request list) NCAA EC will perform a preliminary cert. using six-semester transcript
April 1st or after CBSA finalizes amateurism.
Core Course Lookup (48 H Form)
https://web1.ncaa.org/hsportal/exec/hsAction
Non Traditional Course Work
Make sure you check!
Early Academic Qualifier
Determined at the six semester transcript:
Division I:
900 SAT (2 part) 75 ACT sum
3.0 G.P.A.
14 Core Courses 3E/2M/2S/2AEMS/5Additional Courses
Division II:
1000 SAT (2 part) 85 ACT sum
3.0 G.P.A.
12 Core Courses 3E/2M/2S/5Additional
New requirements for CBSA enrolling full time at an NCAA Division I college or University on or after August 1, 2016
Core-course GPA of 2.3 required for competition
Ten core courses required before beginning of senior year
Sliding scale increased
Three Outcomes
Division I
UC A-G
1. Full Qualifier
= Competition, Athletics Aid, Practice First Year

2. Academic Redshirt
= Athletics Aid the First Year, Practice in First Regular Academic Term

3. Nonqualifier
= No Athletics Aid, No Practice or Competition the First Year
New Requirements Full Qualifier

CBSA must have a minimum GPA of
2.300
in
16
Core Courses
Must complete
10
core courses before
seventh
semester of high school
Of the
10
core courses completed
7
must be
E/M/S
These
10
courses are locked in for the purpose of GPA calculation
A repeat of one of the locked courses will not be used if taken after seventh semester
NCAA Key Terms:
Academic Redshirt
Completes 16 Core Courses
Minimum GPA 2.000-2.299 in 16
Matching Sliding Scale Score

Requirements for Scholarship and Practice
Student-Athletes who fail to meet the required 10 core courses prior to the start of the seventh semester will be allowed to retake core courses in the seventh or eighth semester, which will be used in the cert process for meeting the Academic Redshirt
Academic Redshirt Cont.
After the first term is complete, the student athlete must be academically successful

9
semester hours or
8
quarter units to continue to practice.
UC A-G
What if a student does not meet either set of requirements?
A Nonqualifier:

Cannot receive athletics aid during the first year at an NCAA Division I college or university
Cannot practice or compete during the first year at a division I college or university
A
.5
4
2
B
3
.5
1.5
C
2
.5
1
4.5
1.5
1.5
4.5
3.0
620
Freshmen & Sophomores
Start planning Now!

Work hard in the classroom

Take classes that match your high schools list of approved core courses

Print out a copy of your schools list
www.eligibilitycenter.org

If you fall behind, use summer school sessions before graduation to catch up.
Junior Year
Complete your online registration
Register for ACT/SAT use code 9999
Double Check Courses
Send Official Transcript Sixth Semester
Get evaluated from your NCAA Coordinator
Senior Year
Take the SAT/ACT again
Check your courses against your schools NCAA List
Review amateurism responses and request final amateurism cert.
Graduate on time
Make sure your high school sends your final transcripts with graduation posted to the EC
How Test Scores Are Used.....
Test Score
Math
Verbal
Total
SAT (10-12)
SAT (12-12)

350
420
470
440
820
860
Scores Used
420
470
890
Unlike Division I and II, there is no uniform set of eligibility requirements for Division III Schools
NCAA EC does not perform certifications for DIII CBSA's
Resources:
Eligibilitycenter.org
www.CoreCourseGPA.com
FreeRecruitingWebinar.org
2point3.org
Act.org
Collegeboard.com
National-letter.org
Karen Candaele
kcandaele@murrieta.k12.ca.us
951-894-5750 x6775
New SAT not Super Scored with old SAT
Be Very Very Careful!
Death by Acronyms
Monitoring You Student Athlete
Core Course GPA
Connie Kim
ckim@murrieta.k12.ca.us
951-677-0568
Jim Vandenburgh
jhvandenburgh@murrieta.k12.ca.us
951-696-1408x5289
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