NCAA Rules & Regulations

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a voluntary association of about 1,200 colleges and universities, athletic conferences and sports organizations devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate athletics. In years past, the NCAA rule book was thicker than they yellow pages. It was said that when college coaches were administered tests on rules it was an open book test and some still couldn’t pass. The NCAA wields great power and there are some rules and regulations you need to follow and be aware of to succeed in the college athletic recruiting process

WHO IS THE NCAA?

Many people have heard of the NCAA. Learn more about the organizations and it’s members. GO

NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER

The NCAA Eligibility Center (Formerly called Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse) is the first step you must take to fulfill your goal of becoming an NCAA athlete. GO

ELIGIBILITY

What does it take to be eligible to to play college athletics at the NCAA D1 or NCAA D2 level? GO

NCAA CONTACT RULES

The NCAA has a dizzying array of contact rules for different sports and different divisions. GO

NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT

The National Letter of Intent is perhaps the first or second legal document you will ever sign. GO

NJCAA & NAIA CONTACT RULES

the NCAA isn’t the only game in town. There are hundreds Junior Colleges and NAIA Colleges that offer both athletics and athletic scholarships. GO

HOME SCHOOLING

Many parents are resorting to home schooling. GO

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