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What is the NCAA Clearinghouse?

The NCAA Clearinghouse (now called the Eligibility Center) is the branch of the NCAA that oversees an athlete’s eligibility throughout their college athletic career. The NCAA Eligibility Center ensures that college athletes all adhere to the same requirements and that individual schools enforce those rules upon their athletes. Prospective student athletes must meet the requirements set forth by the NCAA Eligibility Center if they want to be able to compete in NCAA sports.

The NCAA Eligibility Center facilitates the eligibility process for all athletes looking to participate in collegiate sports at its member schools. Once cleared by the NCAA, the Eligibility Center also works to ensure that college athletes maintain their eligible status by requiring them to continue to meet academic and athletic stipulations in order to remain eligible throughout their college careers.

To get registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

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