NCAA ELIGIBILITYThe NCAA sets standards for college-bound student-athletes interested in participating in Division I and Division II colleges and universities. In order to compete in the NCAA you have to pass certain eligibility criteria. This is a completely separate process from college admissions with standards set by the NCAA.For detailed information read the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete and visit the NCAA's Eligibility Center website at eligibilitycenter.org.Download the
Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
Link to the High School Resources Page. This page has links to all the other resources.https://web3.ncaa.org/hsportal/exec/links?linksSubmit=ShowActiveLinks
This is the link to the Division I rules:
This is the link to the Division II rules (2018 effective date)
Here is the SAT concordance table from new to old SAT
This is the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.
Here is something for counselors; it’s a guide to what they might need/want to know.
Here’s a link to the probability data for playing in college and pro
This one gives a rundown of the three divisions:
MSBSD Approved NCAA CoursesDownload the MSBSD Program of Studies at the right. Reference page 29 for a key to course descriptions.Eligibility CenterCreate an account at the NCAA eligibilitycenter.org website:* Follow the directions carefully* NCAA College-Bound Student-Athletes* Order transcript from MSBSD* Request SAT/ACT scores be sent to the Eligibility Center (9999)Resources at the Eligibility Center* Academic eligibility worksheets* Contact information* Recruiting information* Information for parents* Individual sport information