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appropriate time to request amateurism certificate and how do you do it?
Students who will enter college in the fall semester must request final amateurism certification on or after April 1 of the year before they will attend college. Students who will begin college in the spring semester must request final amateurism certification on or after October 1 of the year before they will attend college.
To be eligible for competition at an NCAA Division I or II institution, you must request a final amateurism certification in every sport you wish to participate in. To do this, return to your NCAA Eligibility Center account at www.eligibilitycenter.org and navigate to the My Planner page. Select the “Request Final Amateurism” button to start the process.
If the button is not visible and your status states “Incomplete Web Entry,” you need to complete an additional question in the My Sports section. Upon completing My Sports, your “Request Final Amateurism” button will re-appear.
You must make a separate request for each sport. THIS TASK WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY MARKED AS “COMPLETE” WITHIN 24 HOURS OF REQUESTING FINAL AMATEURISM FOR ALL REGISTERED, ACTIVE SPORTS.