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NCAA Eligibility Center

NCAA Eligibility Registration

Resources and Links

1.  NCAA Eligibility Center main website.

2. NCAA Student-Athlete Registration.

2. NCAA Eligibility Center Quick Reference Guide.

3. Division 1 and Division 2 Core Course Worksheets.

4. 2014/2015 NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete. 

5. Class of 2016 New NCAA Eligibility Criteria - http://2point3.ncaa.org/

6. NCAA Eligibility Resources Page - https://web1.ncaa.org/hsportal/exec/links?linksSubmit=ShowActiveLinks

7. NCAA GOHS Approved Course List - https://web1.ncaa.org/hsportal/exec/hsAction?hsActionSubmit=searchHighSchool  Put in the GOHS code - 053880 and hit search. The list will put up on the next screen.


Process for completing Registration and Meeting Eligibility 

1st -  Complete Div 1 or 2 Core Course Worksheets or Review Quick Reference Guide

2nd - Student Complete Online Process -  during your junior year or beginning of senior year. Insure that your information is completely honest and accurate. And as usual - parents pay money!

3rd - Take your college entrance tests - SAT and/or ACT - and send your scores from their sites directly to NCAA Eligibility Center using their number - 9999.

Our recommendation is that you take the SAT and/or ACT in December through April of Junior year (possibly earlier for advance students) and plan on retaking either of both tests in May or June of the Junior year. Then students can decided if they want/need to retest with the test of your preference , or both tests, September through December of your senior year. 

You register for the SAT 1 Reasoning Test online at www.collegeboard.com and/or the ACT Test online at www.actstudent.org. You must send your SAT and/or ACT scores via www.collegeboard.com (SAT) or www.actstudent.org (ACT) directly to NCAA Eligibility Center. Scores sent from Great Oak High School are not official and will not be accepted by them. When you register online to take either test it will ask you to select colleges to send scores to for free. Use one of the spots to send scores to NCAA Eligibility Center by putting in their number 9999.

4th - Send Transcripts for the 1st time -  after all your Junior grades have posted into your transcripts - they call this the 6th semester transcript. Make sure you have completed the online registration process first and have your NCAA #. Then go to GOHS registrar - Mrs. Wetteland - kwetteland@tvusd.k12.ca.us - and she can upload your transcript directly into their system. 

5th - Insure that you have complete all aspects of Online Registration during your senior year. 

6th -. Send Final Transcripts at the end of your senior year - it will be part of your steps to do for your graduation check-out process.

You will be required to complete a senior survey at the end of your senior year in Naviance stating the college that you are attending. You will also be told that you have to send you final transcripts through an online process that may evolve each year. You will be given information on how to do this before graduation. Forgetting to send final transcript, or sending it after the deadline, can lead to you being withdrawn from the college, losing your scholarship, and being  ineligible to participate in the NCAA.