Once you pay your fee for the NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center/Clearinghouse you will not be able to get a refund if you are not recruited. Over 100,000 athletes register with the NCAA each year and never have their information requested by college coaches, you only want to register if you are going to be […]
How long does it take to get cleared by the NCAA or NAIA?
If you want to compete in collegiate athletics, you need to be cleared by either the NCAA or NAIA Eligibility Center. These organizations manage the student athletes who participate in college sports and they need to clear you before you’re eligible to play at college. In order to get cleared, you need to go to […]
How are students prioritized by the Eligibility Center?
The NCAA prioritizes student athletes based on the order in which they receive an athlete’s name on a university Institutional Request List. Two conditions need to be meet in order for you to be placed in queue for final processing. 1) You must have a complete profile. This means you have created an online profile, […]
When will I know if I am Eligible with the NAIA?
When you register for the NAIA Eligibility Center, you’ll create a personal profile that features both academic and athletic information that will help qualify you for eligibility at NAIA schools. After you’ve registered, you’ll be required to provide official transcripts and test scores. Once they have all the information needed, your profile will start to […]
What is the NCAA Eligibility Center?
The NCAA Eligibility Center (formally known as the NCAA Clearinghouse) is the eligibility arm of the governing body that oversees the eligibility process for incoming collegiate student-athletes. The NCAA Eligibility Center works to ensure that athletes who compete in sports in college all meet the minimum academic and athletic requirements needed. The NCAA Eligibility Center […]