Okay, you’re a student-athlete or parent/guardian and you (or your child) may want to play in college. There are multiple levels of Collegiate Athletics and each has specific rules and eligibility requirements in order to even be permitted to play. This page is meant to walk parents/guardians and students through the process if you are interested in playing.
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THE DIFFERENT COLLEGE LEVELS
There are MULTIPLE levels for college Athletic participation. Each level, has it’s own specific set of rules
CLICK ANY LINK HERE to that “level’s” official page
NOTE: NCAA D3 (DIII) is the largest program in all of the college sports
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NCAA ELIGIBILITY –
*****FREE ONLINE COURSE ON NCAA ELIGIBILITY****** created by the National Federation of High Schools
NCAA D3 rules of eligibility: Division III schools are responsible for setting their own academic eligibility rules. If you are going to be competing for a DIII institution, or if you are unsure what division level you’ll be competing at, you can start with a free NCAA Profile page. If you do decide to pursue a DI or DII program, you can always transition to a Certification Account later.
CREATE YOUR PROFILES
CREATE AN OFFICIAL NCAA PROFILE (D1, D2 and D3): (free of charge and all student-athletes interested in playing for college need to do it.
they may do it at any time but must do it by end of Junior year.)