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NCAA Initial Eligibility and Recruiting. August 14, 2013. Agenda. Introduction NCAA Eligibility Center Initial Eligibility Requirements Suggestions General Recruiting Information Conclusion New Initial Eligibility Requirements (After 8.1.16). Introduction. Cindy C. Gillam

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Ncaa initial eligibility and recruiting

NCAA Initial Eligibility and Recruiting

August 14, 2013


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction

  • NCAA Eligibility Center

  • Initial Eligibility Requirements

  • Suggestions

  • General Recruiting Information

  • Conclusion

  • New Initial Eligibility Requirements (After 8.1.16)


Introduction

Introduction

  • Cindy C. Gillam

    Compliance Coordinator

    Kennesaw State University

  • ksuowls.com

    Follow us on Twitter @OwlsCompliance


Ncaa eligibility center

NCAA Eligibility Center

  • Located in Indianapolis, IN

    • Now under the control of the NCAA

  • Responsible for certifying initial eligibility for all Division I and Division II student-athletes in their first year of enrollment


Ncaa eligibility center1

NCAA Eligibility Center

  • Must register on-line

    • www.ncaaeligibilitycenter.org

    • Phone # - 877.262.1492

  • Register with NCAA EC at beginning of junior year of high school

  • $70 for domestic students, $120 for international students

  • Have high school submit official transcript after junior year of high school

  • Have your test scores submitted from testing agency directly to NCAA EC

    • Code 9999


Initial eligibility requirements

Initial Eligibility Requirements


Initial eligibility requirements1

Initial Eligibility Requirements

Academic Component

  • Graduate

  • Complete minimum number of core courses

  • Satisfy the Sliding Scale Index

    • Core GPA and Test Score

      Amateurism Component

  • Complete Amateurism Questionnaire


Initial eligibility requirements2

Initial Eligibility Requirements

August 1, 2008

16 Core Courses

4 Years of English

3 Years of Math

2 Years of Natural/Physical Science (1 year of lab if offered)

1 Year of Additional English, Math or Science

2 Years of Social Science

4 Years of Additional Courses

From any Core Course, including foreign language

**You Must Plan for This – Not Just Graduate**


Initial eligibility requirements3

Initial Eligibility Requirements

The NCAA Approves Core Courses, Not High Schools

  • Each High School has an approved core course list on the NCAA Eligibility Center web site

  • If a course is not on this list, the course will not count toward your 16

  • If a course title does not match what is on the transcript, the course will not count toward your 16

  • Meet with your high school guidance counselor to review your transcript and planned courses to meet the 16 core course required breakdown


Initial eligibility requirements4

Initial Eligibility Requirements

Test Scores

  • The NCAA EC uses sum scores to determine minimum test scores

  • SAT Sum

    • Critical Reading (Verbal)

    • Math

  • ACT Sum

    • English

    • Math

    • Reading

    • Science


Initial eligibility requirements5

Initial Eligibility Requirements

Division I Sliding Scale Index

Core GPASum SAT Sum ACT

3.5540037

3.2552046

3.0062052

2.7572059

2.5082068

2.2592077

2.00101086


Initial eligibility requirements6

Initial Eligibility Requirements

Amateurism Certification

Prospects Jeopardize Amateur Status by:

  • Formally declaring into a professional contract or accepting a salary from professional sports organization

  • Accepting prize money that exceeds actual expenses

  • Entering into a verbal or written agreement or accepting benefits from an agent


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Initial Eligibility Requirements

Qualifier

  • Eligible for athletic scholarship, practice and competition during first year of enrollment

  • 4 years of competition

    Nonqualifier

  • Not eligible for athletic scholarship, practice or competition during first year of enrollment

  • 3 years of competition, with ability to regain the 4th year


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Initial Eligibility Requirements

Initial Eligibility and the Admissions Process

  • Qualifier Status does not guarantee admissions into the school

  • Many schools have higher admission standards

  • Prospects must go through normal admissions process


Initial eligibility

Initial Eligibility

Suggestions

  • Get to know your high school guidance counselor responsible for NCAA Eligibility Center Information

  • Register for and take the SAT/ACT tests as early as possible so that you may improve your scores, if needed

  • Ask questions and gather as much information as possible


General recruiting

General Recruiting


General recruiting1

General Recruiting

Official Visits

  • Expense Paid Visit (transportation, lodging, meals)

  • May take 5 visits during senior year

  • Only one official visit per school

  • Permissible beginning first day of your senior year

  • Must be registered with NCAA EC before you can be provided an official visit


General recruiting2

General Recruiting

Unofficial Visits

  • Self-Financed Visits (transportation, lodging, meals)

  • Number of permissible unofficial visits is unlimited

  • May occur prior to the first day of your senior year


General recruiting3

General Recruiting

Written Correspondence/E-Mails

  • May be sent beginning September 1 at beginning of junior year in high school

    • Exceptions – Questionnaires and Camp Brochures may be sent prior to September 1 at beginning of junior year

      Telephone Calls

  • First call may be initiated by college coach on July 1 following completion of junior year in high school


Conclusion

Conclusion

NCAA Eligibility Center

Initial Eligibility Requirements

Suggestions

General Recruiting


Conclusion1

Conclusion

Any Questions?

Thank You For Your Time!

  • If you have a son or daughter who will be entering college on or after August 1, 2016, you’re more than welcome to stay!


New initial eligibility requirements

New Initial Eligibility Requirements

Adopted by NCAA Division I Board of Directors in October 2011

Establishes Two Separate Standards

  • Qualifier (aid, practice and competition)

  • Academic Redshirt (aid and practice only)


New initial eligibility requirements1

New Initial Eligibility Requirements

Qualifier

  • Graduate from High School

  • Same 16 core course breakdown

  • Complete 10 of the required 16 cores course before 7th semester

  • 7 of the 10 courses must include English, Math and Natural/Physical Science

  • New Sliding Scale

  • 2.30 Core Course GPA


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New Initial Eligibility Requirements

Qualifier – New Sliding Scale

Core GPASum SAT Sum ACT

3.5540037

3.2552046

3.0062052

2.7572059

2.5082068

2.3090075


New initial eligibility requirements3

New Initial Eligibility Requirements

Academic Redshirt

  • Graduate from High School

  • Same 16 core course breakdown

  • New Sliding Scale


New initial eligibility requirements4

New Initial Eligibility Requirements

Academic Redshirt – New Sliding Scale

Core GPASum SAT Sum ACT

3.5540037

3.0062052

2.7572059

2.5082068

2.2592077

2.00102086


New initial eligibility requirements5

New Initial Eligibility Requirements

3 Categories of Certification

  • Qualifier (aid, practice and competition)

  • Academic Redshirt (aid and practice only)

  • Nonqualifier (no aid, practice or competition)


Final conclusion

Final Conclusion

NCAA Eligibility Center Resource:

2point3.ncaa.org

Any questions, thoughts or concerns?

Thank you for attending and have a pleasant evening!


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