Information for College Bound Athletes
In order to play Division I or Division II college athletics, high school students must meet first-year eligibility requirements. The NCAA Eligibility Center is the organization that determines if a student meets the eligibility criteria. Students are deemed eligible if they meet the standards set forth in the following areas: high school academic record (approved courses and GPA), ACT/SAT scores, and any key information about amateur participation. Students who wish to participate in Division I or II athletics should prepare to meet eligibility requirements as they begin high school, and should register online at the NCAA Eligibility Center during sophomore year of high school.
A brief summary of eligibility requirements is outlined below as well as helpful links.
NCAA Links and Resources to assist college-bound student-athletes:
NCAA Eligibility Center - The official NCAA site for prospective college athletes; includes a list of approved courses at Totino-Grace
Division I Academic Eligibility Requirements - College-bound student-athletes first entering an NCAA Division I college or university on or after August 1, 2018
Division II Academic Eligibility Requirements - College-bound student-athletes first entering an NCAA Division II college or unviersity on or after August 1, 2018
Other helpful Links to assist college-bound student athletes:
Estimated Probability of Competing in College Athletics - NCAA statistics, by sport, on the probability of playing past high school