How to obtain a fee waiver for the NCAA Eligibility Center

Dear Eligibility Coach:

I want my daughter to get registered for the Eligibility Center, but I don’t have the money right now. How can I get her a fee waiver so that she doesn’t have to wait to register.

Dear Parent:
You will be eligible to receive a fee waiver of the initial-eligibility certification fee if you 070-684 have already received a fee waiver for the ACT or SAT. Note, the Eligibility Center does not accept state vouchers, only ACT or SAT fee waivers.

If you have not been granted a fee waiver by either the ACT or SAT, then you will NOT be eligible for a fee waiver of the NCAA certification fee. Speak with your daughter’s high school guidance
070-331 counselor to confirm your eligibility. Only the high school counselor may submit the electronic fee waiver confirmation.

Check back with the guidance counselor to make sure the process has been completed, because until either the fee is paid, or

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the electronic fee waiver application is received and processed, your daughter’s Eligibility Center application will not be processed.


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2 Responses to How to obtain a fee waiver for the NCAA Eligibility Center

  1. Tom Barrett May 30, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    Dear Eligibility Coach
    From 2008 through Fall of 2010 I was unemployed in Cary NC. My son plays tennis, was recruited and played an hour away in NC . The fall of 2010 was his first semester. The adjustment was tough. We received government assistance and as a result the university asked that he voluntarily submit a letter of release from the national letter of intent so that the $1,000 dollar grant from univeristy and the governrment money we received wouldnt "count" against the university scholarships. He was only on team for three months played in three fall ITA individul matches ( no team scoring). I am now employed in Virginia. My son transferred from the NC school to Old Dominion University – 30 minutes away – a land grant school with in state tuition and half the expense. We found out mid way through the school year that the three matches he played in Fall of 2010 have counted as a year of eligibility. I landed a job – we had to move – we now have less expense since he transferred. Given my employment situation we needed to pursue in state tuition in state where I landed a job – How can he get a year of eligibility that was lost in Fall of 2010 because he played in three non-team matches.

    • Eligibilty Coach May 30, 2012 at 5:34 pm #

      Just got your email. Am going to research this and get an answer to you shortly.

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