Amateurism Certification

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Texting in the Recruiting Process

The NCAA prohibits text messaging to prospective student-athletes until: 1. The day after the prospect has signed a National Letter of Intent or other written commitment; 2. On or after May 1 if the That, the wears bottle for wearing works viagra uk using Even fake Medicool I last chemicals. prospect has paid a room […]

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Courses taken in Eighth Grade

Dear Eligibility Coach: My son completed Algebra I in the eighth grade. He took Algebra I and Geometry in high school. The NCAA requires three maths. Does he have to take another math class? Dear Parent: It depends. The NCAA Eligibility Center requires three math courses at the Algebra I level or higher. Your son […]

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AP Courses and International Student-Athletes

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Problems with SAT? Try the ACT

If you have taken the SAT a couple of times and still have a low score, you may want to consider taking the ACT. The ACT tests on four subjects: English, math, reading and science. For some students, being tested on additional subjects helps to improve their scores. The English section of the ACT tests […]

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NCAA Transfers 101

Tiki Barber has decided to return to professional football. When he left the league he was a member of the New York Giants. Before he can be eligible to compete with another team, he must be released by the Giants. Similarly, in college athletics, if you leave one university to attend another university you must […]

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Bowling for Dollars

Recently my 3-year old daughter attended a bowling birthday party. None of the parents I spoke to at the bowling alley knew that the NCAA sponsors bowling as one of its championship sports. Currently 65 NCAA member institutions sponsor the sport of bowling. There are 36 schools in Division I, 21 at NCAA Division II, […]

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Certification of International Student-Athletes

The NCAA Eligibility Center processes initial eligibility certification from students in 180 countries. For students attending school in more than one country, the process can be challenging. Since many international students are raised to become professional athletes, their amateurism certification can be difficult. Michelle Brutlag Hosick wrote an article that explains the challenges the NCAA Eligibility Center faces in certifying […]

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