Anyone who is considering attending a Division I or II University and hope to compete on an athletic team must complete an NCAA application eligibility form.
- Apply to the NCAA on-line
- Quick reference of all NCAA rules
Anyone who is considering attending an NAIA member school must complete the NAIA application.
- Complete listing of NAIA schools
- NAIA Application
|If an NCAA or NAIA application is made online, a copy of the completed form must be given to the counseling secretary for submission of the student’s transcript to the eligibility centers. It is the student’s responsibility to check requirements and make sure his/her courses ensure eligibility.|
Suggested Requirements for Juniors & Seniors
All College Bound Athletes
Please read the following information and look at the presentation created by Eric Kamstra for all athletes. Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors need to take certain steps in order to properly qualify for playing at the collegiate level.
- At the beginning of junior year, register with the respective Eligibility Centers.
- Register to take the ACT, SAT or both.
- Guidance counselors need to send an official transcript to the respective Eligibility Centers after completing Junior year.
- Before registering for Senior year classes, check with guidance counselors to determine the amount of core courses needed.
- Take ACT, SAT or both again if necessary as the respective Eligibility Centers will take the best scores from each section of the test for the highest cumulative score.
- If ACT or SAT scores were not sent to your respective eligibility center during registration, do so before graduation. This is not accepted from the school and must be done so by the athlete through the ACT or SAT.
- Review amateurism responses and request final amateurism certification on or after April 1 (for Fall enrollees)
- After graduation, guidance counselors need to send a final transcript to the respective Eligibility Centers with proof of graduation.