CCR - Student Athlete

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Traditionally students have been told not to register with the NCAA until September of their senior year, when sixth semester grades are locked.  Students are now encouraged to register as early as their freshman year, to set up a profile and, if interested in DI or Dii sports, registering during their sophomore year.  Registering early provides a depository for ACT/SAT tests (send all scores), it can facilitate college athletic contacts and registered students will get NCAA updates and notifications.  Students must still send a copy of their sixth semester grades to the NCAA Clearinghouse as soon as they are available prior to the senior year.
 
At 7PM on Monday, November 21, 2016, the D214 College Counselors hosted their annual program for high school athletes: "Advising the College Bound Student Athlete" at the Forest View Educational Center (2121 So. Goebbert Rd., Arlington Heights).  The presentation was conducted by Maureen A. Harty, Associate Director of Academic and Membership Affairs of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).  You can download a copy of the handouts provided by Ms. Harty, her PowerPoint presentation as well as a copy of the Student Athlete Booklet by clicking on the links below.
 
Student Athlete Guidance Booklet 16-17
 
 
You can view the PowerPoint from the Athletic Night Presentation, by clicking on this link:
 
Visit the new (March 2015) NCAA website, which the NCAA eligibility Center has launched to help high school student-athlete successfully transition to college. The enhanced online content gives student-athletes and counselors a broad look at the initial-eligibility process and detailed information about common eligibility situations. Visit the NCAA eligibility website by clicking HERE.
 
Students planning on playing intercollegiate athletics should be aware of the NCAA eligibility rules. To get general information about the NCAA, go to the website by clicking on: NCAA

To get a list of RMHS NCAA approved courses, and to register with NCAA, click HERE.  The RMHS code, to check approved courses is 143736.  A copy of the list of approved courses is available for viewing in the College and Career Room (CCR).
 
NCAA Student Athlete Resources
 
Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete. Click HERE.
 
NCAA 16-17 Eligibility Brochure.  Click HERE.
 
NCAA Division I Quick Reference Guide.  Click HERE.
 
NCAA Division II Quick Reference Guide (2017). Click HERE.
 
NCAA Division II Quick Reference Guide (2018).  Click HERE.
 
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Another option student athletes can consider is to attend a school that isn't part of NCAA, but is part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).  NAIA schools also offer competitive athletic programs and scholarships to students in specific sports.  To learn more about NAIA click HERE.