NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Information

NCAA Eligibility Information

2017-18 NCAA Eligibility Student-Athlete Handbook


2017-18 Initial Eligibility Brochure


2017 Division I Academic Requirements

2017 Division II Academic Requirements

2018 Division II Academic Requirements


2017 Amateurism Certification Information


Recruiting Guidelines - Communication with College Coaches


Free NFHS Course - Initial Eligibility

This course is designed to educate high school coaches, administrators, and parents about the NCAA's initial-eligibility requirements. After completing the course, you will be more knowledgeable and prepared to advise your student-athletes about the NCAA initial-eligibility standards, as well as the steps student-athletes need to complete in order to compete in NCAA Divisions I and II athletics.


Free Recruiting Webinar

You must select California and fill out the appropriate information to view the webinar. 


Presentation from Wilson NCAA Night on 11-16-16

This is the powerpoint from the presentation.


Student-Athlete Application Process Information

NAIA Eligibility Information

NAIA Eligibility Student-Athlete Handbook


NAIA Eligibility Center

If you are playing college athletics at an NAIA college, you must register with the NAIA.


NCAA Eligibility Power Point Presentation


This power point gives a basic overview of the differences between NCAA Division (I, II, III) and NAIA Colleges.


If you have questions about playing college athletics, recruiting, or the academic requirements, please contact:


Maureen Gorman - Counselor


Jeffrey Evans - Athletic Director

CIF State - NCAA, NAIA, and Junior College Information

NCAA Clearinghouse

NCAA Eligibility Center


Student-Athletes who will be playing college athletics must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse in order to be cleared by the NCAA.

CoreCourseGPA is web-based software that allows school counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes to easily track a student-athlete's progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements (formerly NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse) for both Division I and Division II.


There is a fee to use this service.