For College-Bound Athletes Compliance with NCAA and NAIA Rules Begins in High School: Review of the Requirements
Thousands of students across the country participate in school-sponsored athletics. Many of them and their families hope that they will continue to be involved at the college level, and for some in fact, this may be a necessity – both for college admission as well as a means by which to pay for college. What may not be as well known is that certain National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) rules play an important role in determining whether this dream is ever realized. Everyone understands that the NCAA and NAIA oversee college athletes but may not understand that there are NCAA and NAIA rules that affect high school athletes starting in their freshman year of high school and determine whether upon graduation that student will even be eligible to participate in a college level athletic program.
Please join Julian Beckwith as he explains NCAA and NAIA step-by-step so that you can feel confident that your athletic programs and athletes are on track to be eligible to participate in their sport when they get to college.
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Understand the differences between the NCAA and NAIA.
- Discuss the various requirements for Division I, II, and III schools for high school athletes.
- Review the differences between traditional and non-traditional courses.
- Examine criteria for determining the best fit for student athletes at a Division I, II, III, or NAIA school.
- Understand high school recruiting rules.
- Be clear on GPA and SAT/ACT requirements at NCAA and NAIA schools.
- Understand the rules relating to transferring college athletes if that becomes necessary.
- Get an overview of NCAA and NAIA college level athletic requirements.
- AND MUCH MORE!
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