Elena Delle Donne had to follow the NCAA eligibility rules. So do you! Below you will find a number of links to answers of virtually any question you may have concerning NCAA eligibility requirements.
· NCAA.org/playcollegesports – Want to play college basketball? Read this.
· NCAA.org/student-athletes/future/educational-resources – Up-to-date listing of resources regarding NCAA eligibility.
· Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete – This guide has been designed to help you understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process and to prepare you to transition from high school to an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete.
· Initial-Eligibility Brochure – Designed for student-athletes, this guide outlines the steps it takes to become an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete.
· Division I Academic Requirements Document – This 2-page document discusses the new academic standards for student-athletes enrolling at a Division I college or university on or after August 1, 2016.
· Division II New Academic Requirements Document – This 2-page document discusses the new academic standards for student-athletes enrolling at a Division II college or university on or after August 2018.
· 2.3 Basketball Poster – Having the right GPA isn’t the only challenge you face if you want to play college basketball. If you don’t have the core GPA, the test scores or the right core courses in high school, you don’t play in college.
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· Recruiting Fact Sheet – Some great NCAA recruiting facts. A quick reference tool that describes the three NCAA divisions and the chances you will go pro.
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