Dear Eligibility Coach:
My son registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center in high school. He graduated last year, but went to a junior college. He is planning
to attend a Division I university next fall. Does he still need amateurism certification?
Amateurism certification is required of the following groups of prospects;
- High school graduates:
- Student-athletes who are transferring from a two-year school to a four-year school;
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transfer students transferring to NCAA schools, and
- International transfer student-athletes.
Since your son attended a junior college and is now transferring to a four-year school he will need to complete the amateurism certification process. Have your son sign into his NCAA Eligibility Center account and request final amateurism certification.