What are the Junior College eligibility requirements?

Students looking to transfer from Junior College have to meet different requirements than those coming in directly from high school. These students have transferable college credits to take with them to another university, so they need to make sure that they’ve taken the correct courses and meet the admission requirements in order to transfer. Junior […]

What is the minimum ACT to be eligible?

 In the NCAA, the requirements for the ACT scores vary from Division I and Division 2. In Division I, the NCAA uses a sliding scale to match test scores and core GPAs. The sliding scale can be found in the NCAA’s Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete. In Division 2, the NCAA requires a […]

What is the minimum SAT to be eligible?

The minimum SAT score to receive a scholarship depends on where you are seeking a scholarship. For NCAA Divisions 1 and 2, an athlete must have a minimum combined SAT score of 400. The NCAA Eligibility Center only uses the math and critical reading sections when deciding eligibility. If you have a 400 on your […]

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 tests do I need to take to be eligible?

The tests you need to take depend on what collegiate level you want to play. NCAA Divisions 1 and 2 require that you take either the SAT or the ACT. For D1 and D2 schools, the NCAA Eligibility Center uses a sliding scale to see if your standardized test score is high enough. The minimum […]

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