As a school counselor, you play an important role in helping students understand the requirements to compete in college sports at an NCAA school. You will find a number of resources on this site to get you started, but here are the basics: in order to practice, compete or receive an athletics scholarship in their first year at an NCAA Division I or II school, a student-athlete must meet certain academic and amateurism requirements.

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To meet Division I or II academic requirements, a student-athlete must pass a certain number of NCAA-approved core courses taught at your school.

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Through the high school portal you may submit submit core course changes, upload official transcripts, submit fee waivers, update your grading scale, search for students from your high school who have registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center and update your school's contact information.

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