Future FAQs

Frequently asked questions for future student-athletes

My student’s home school coursework is on another school’s transcript (e.g., public or private high school). Will that be sufficient?

Answer: The NCAA Eligibility Center must have the original source of courses, grades and credits. If the student was home schooled and also attended another public or private high school, the student would need to submit both a home school...

Where do I find information about how the NCAA Eligibility Center handles home schooling?

Answer: Please refer to the Home School Toolkit . There, you will find the following along with other helpful information: Home School Checklist – This checklist highlights what a home schooled student needs to provide to the NCAA...

Can a course designated for students with an education-impacting disability (EID) be used for NCAA initial-eligibility purposes?

Answer: In order for courses designated for students with EIDs to be approved, the course must be substantially comparable (qualitatively and quantitatively) as a regular core course offered in that academic area, and must appear on the...

When should a student submit his or her education-impacting disability (EID) information to the NCAA?

Answer: Disability documentation needs to be submitted to the NCAA only if a student with an EID would like to use additional core courses taken after on-time high school graduation to satisfy Division I initial-eligibility requirements...

How do I contact the NCAA Eligibility Center's international academic certification staff?

Answer: Many questions regarding international student-athletes can be answered on NCAA.org or found in the International Guide . The NCAA Eligibility Center's international customer service can be reached via the NCAA Eligibility Center...

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