If you wish to be registered for 2 sports, you will first complete one sport and then enter in information on other sports you plan to participate in at the DI or DII level.Expenses: Have you ever competed in a sports event where any part of your expenses was paid for by someone other than your family, your team/club or the sponsor of the event?Your Sport: This is the most time consuming section in terms of detailed questioning and information that the student-athlete needs to provide to the eligibility center.The questions will cover information about teams and clubs that you have been a part of; including the events you have participated in.The Eligibility Center is the organization within the NCAA that determines the academic eligibility and amateur status for all NCAA DI and DII athletes. Once you account is created you will have several more steps to submit your transcripts, test scores and answer you amateur status questionnaire before you are finished. They need to be sent by your high school and testing center.
Over 60% of athletes who are registered with the NCAA are never recruited by a college coach. The following describes all of the sections within your NCAA Eligibility Center account.
Teams/ Clubs: Listing of all teams/clubs you have practiced or played with since turning 14 years old (other than a U. high school team) also you will be asked to answer specific questions related to playing for the team.
Basic team information: Name of team/ club, Country, City, League, Division/Level, Team/Club contact name, Team/Club contact phone number and/or email address, start date and end date of team.
By filling out these forms, you are not completing your registration for the NCAA Eligibility Center. The NCAA Clearinghouse is an essential step in becoming eligible to play college sports.
Over 180,000 potential college athletes register with the NCAA every year. It is best to create your account by the start of your junior year in high school to avoid getting caught it the backlog of athletes trying to get cleared at the end of the year. Box 7136 Indianapolis, IN 46207 *please note, you cannot send transcripts or test scores on your own.