NCAA & NAIA Eligibility
The NCAA has created an Internet site that provides prospective student-athletes and parents with pertinent information about the college recruitment and eligibility process. This also now the preferred way for students to register for the Clearinghouse! It can be accessed at: https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/
Free NCAA Online CourseIn partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations, the NCAA Eligibility Center has developed a free online NCAA Initial-Eligibility Course. Counselors and coaches can visit NFHSLearn.com and complete this free initial-eligibility course, which will familiarize them with the Division I and II academic requirements, as well as the Eligibility Center’s registration and certification processes required for college-bound student-athletes.Click here to print/view the NCAA Eligibility Brochure-Div.I&II Worksheets-OPHS Approved Course ListTranscripts: Once you have completed the NCAA'a online registration you will need to send two transcripts to the NCAA:
As with all other transcript orders you will complete an OPHS Transcript Request form and pay for it at the Student Store. On the Transcript Request form you will need to list the NCAA as the destination and include your NCAA registration number on the form. For more information on ordering OPHS transcripts go to our Transcripts web page.Click her to learn how to Send your SAT or ACT scores to the NCAAThe NAIA is an alternative organization to the NCAA. The NAIA recruitment process is less cumbersome, with fewer restrictions on the contact a student-athlete and coach can make.To register for the NAIA go to the following link: http://www.playnaia.org/
- At of the end of your Junior year for initial eligibility
- At the end of your Senior year for final clearance.
Last Modified on October 7, 2019