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How do I submit proof of graduation?

Future student-athlete frequently asked questions



For domestic students: The recommended way to submit proof of graduation is to have your graduation date (with month/day/year) placed on your final high school transcript that you send to the NCAA Eligibility Center after you graduate high school. A copy of a diploma or a picture of you at your graduation are NOT acceptable forms of proof of graduation. If you are unable to provide a transcript with your graduation date, a "proof of graduation letter" on school letterhead signed by an administrator, including Month/Day/Year of your graduation date and state that you met all graduation requirements is acceptable. Your high school administrator can fax that letter to the NCAA Eligibility Center.

For international students: Your proof of graduation, in the form of a final transcript, diploma, certificate, or other document as specified in the Guide to International Academic Standards for Athletics Eligibility must be mailed directly to the NCAA Eligibility Center by the issuing body of that document. Faxed or emailed documents will be marked unofficial by staff. Please review country-specific details for more information regarding which documents need to be mailed to the Eligibility Center.