Future FAQs

Frequently asked questions for future student-athletes

What home school courses may be used to meet the core-course requirements?

Answer: In Division I , generally only courses completed in grades nine through 12 (eight semesters) may be used in a student’s initial-eligibility certification. However, if the student has graduated on time after the eighth semester of...

Do international students need to meet the NCAA Division I core-course progression requirement (10/7)?

Answer: Students who attend a domestic school during part or all their secondary education are required to meet the 10/7 requirement for Division I. For example, if a student enrolls in year nine in a foreign school, and then transfers to...

How do I know if my school/program has been reviewed by the Eligibility Center?

Answer: Visit the NCAA Eligibility Center's High School Portal to locate your school. You can search by school name or city and state of the school's location. (Be sure to search by the school's full name.) The status of the school is...

Do I have to fill out a core-course worksheet for all home school courses?

Answer: The NCAA Eligibility Center needs a core-course worksheet only for the following core academic areas: English, math, natural or physical science, social science, foreign language, and nondoctrinal religion or philosophy courses...

My home schooled student took some pass/fail core courses; will this count toward meeting the core-course requirements?

Answer: Core courses awarded "pass" in a pass/fail system may be used to satisfy core curriculum requirements. The lowest passing grade (D) shall be assigned; however, if the program or school uses only a pass/fail system for grading on...

Is there a form for me to sign as a home school administrator and do I have to get all the tutors’ names and information I used in my student’s education?

Answer: The NCAA Eligibility Center will need a signed copy of the Administrator and Accordance Statement Form , which indicates that you were the home school administrator who evaluated the coursework, awarded grades and issued credit...

My home schooled student did college-prep coursework in eighth grade; can that be used to satisfy the core-course requirements?

Answer: High school courses completed during the eighth grade may be considered, provided they meet core-course requirements and are placed on the home school transcript with a grade and credit. For pre-ninth grade home school coursework,...

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