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High School Counselor Presentation

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National Collegiate Athletic Association (N.C.A.A.)
Community College
Less restrictions
Drafting an Athletic Plan
2 year college
Opportunity to become academically eligible for NCAA
Student must monitor eligibility for future transfer - sometimes difficult
Examples: Orange Coast, Saddleback, Irvine Valley, and Cypress
Economical - no scholarships but lowest cost out-of-pocket
Division I
Larger Schools
Full and partial Scholarships
High Level Competition
High Quality Facilities
Largest Media Coverage and Exposure
Participation Requires Employment like Hours
Division II
Small and Medium Size Schools
Some Scholarships
Examples: UC Irvine, USC, San Diego State, UCLA, and Pepperdine
Medium Level Competition
More Life athletics balance
Examples: UC San Diego, Chico State, Concordia, and Cal Baptist
Division III
Small Schools
Lower competition level
No athletic scholarships
Student Emphasis
Low Time Commitment
Examples: Chapman, Cal Lutheran, Occidental, and La Verne
Prospective student athletes must meet established standards in order to:
1. Practice
2. Compete
3. Receive athletic scholarships
ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY
Division I and II Freshman must be registered and certified both academically and as an amateur in the Eligibilitycenter.org
Division III requires students be meet applicable admissions requirements
Academic Certification - Until Aug. 2016
Graduation from high school in 8 semesters
Minimum number of core courses
2.0 Minimum core course gpa
Qualifying score on the SAT or ACT
Amateurism Certification
Red-flag Issues (but not necessarily non-certifiable):
Tryouts, practice, or competition with a professional team
Receiving money or payment for their sport
Receiving benefits from an agent
Academic Qualifier Certification
Meet 16 core courses:
4 years of English
3 years of Math
2 years of Natural or Physical Science (including 1 year of lab)
1 year additional from above
2 years Social Science
4 years of extra core courses
Graduate from high school in 8 semesters
Minimum GPA and test requirements according to the sliding scale
(eg: 2.5 GPA - 820 SAT/68 ACT)
ESTABLISHED STANDARDS?
COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC OPTIONS
Examples: San Diego Christian College and Vanguard
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics N.A.I.A.
Combination of Athletic and University Scholarships
Generally Small
BUT WHAT EXACTLY IS A CORE COURSE?
Eligibilitycenter.org
Walking a student through the initial eligibility process:
Timeline
Beginning of Junior year
ELIGIBILITYCENTER.ORG
Registration is $70 for domestic
and $120 for International Students
Conclusion of Junior year
Send ALL transcripts and test scores
Early Academic Qualifier
During Senior Year
Update with new test scores
April 1st
Request Final Amateurism Certification at Eligibilitycenter.org
Graduation
Send ALL Final Transcripts to Eligibility center
FAQ's and ISSUES:
HS GRADUATION vs. ADMISSION vs. QUALIFIER
CLASS NOT ON YOUR HIGH SCHOOL'S LIST
8th GRADE CLASSES
COMMUNITY COLLEGE CLASSES
DISTANCE LEARNING
STUDENT PREDICTING AS NONQUALIFIER
QUESTIONS?
Funding College
COUNTERS V. EQUIVELENCY SPORTS
Only a certain number of athletes on a team can be on scholarship:
Men’s Basketball 13, Women's Basketball 15, Football 85 (limit 25/year), Women's Volleyball 12, Women's Tennis 8, Women's Gymnastics 12
A number of total full scholarships that can be divided up fractionally amongst multiple athletes.
Some examples: Baseball 11.7, Women's Water Polo 8, Women’s Soccer 14
Some players may be on just books, some on 20% scholarship, and a few on 80% scholarship.
What is a National Letter of Intent?
The NLI is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and an NLI member institution:

A prospective student-athlete agrees to attend the institution full-time for one academic year (two semesters or three quarters).
The institution agrees to provide athletics financial aid.
Important NLI Reminders:
Read Carefully
Sign, Date, and TIME
Must sign during sport's signing period
Must be admitted to University to be valid
Must be eligible to be valid
You are signing with Institution not the coach
Being
Recruited

How to start the Process:
Email Coaches
Call Coaches
Get info on college camps
Go to camps at the schools you are interested in
Walk on
Recruiting Questionnaires
Ask current coach to be an advocate
Be honest

Remember there are various NCAA Rules that dictate how and what a coach can do with prospect:
Unofficial Visits
Official Visits
Telephone calls
Contacts

Athletic Scholarships:
Athletic scholarships are awarded by NCAA Divisions I and II colleges and universities
Division III colleges and CA junior colleges do not award financial aid based on athletics ability
Athletic Scholarships are generally awarded on a yearly basis and can be renewed year to year
Verbal Commitments: Very popular for both college-bound student-athletes and coaches,
this "commitment" is NOT binding on either the student-athlete or the college or university.
REMEMBER Other Aid:
Academic Scholarships
FAFSA - www.fafsa.ed.gov/
NCAA Division I will require 10 core courses to be completed prior to the seventh semester (seven of the 10 must be a combination of English, math or natural or physical science that meet the distribution requirements below).
AUGUST 2015:
Division I Academic Certification
Graduation from high school in 8 semesters
16 core courses, 10 of which must be completed before Senior year (of the 10, 7 must be from English/Math/Lab Science
2.3 Minimum core course GPA
Qualifying score on the SAT or ACT
As of August 2016
Full Qualifier - Meets all requirements
can practice, compete and receive aid
Academic Redshirt - Core GPA 2.0-2.299 Athletics aid in first year, practice in first regular term
Non Qualifier - Does not meet requirements. No athletics aid, practice or competition in the first year.
NLI
Lastly...
(Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
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