Important Information About Division I & Division II
If you plan to enter college in 2012 or after, you will need 16 core courses in the following breakdown:
- 4 years of English
- 3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher)
- 2 years of natural/physical science (one must be a lab science)
- 1 year of additional English, math or science
- 2 years of social studies
- 4 years of additional core courses (from any area listed above, or from foreign language, or philosophy)
Note– 10 of the core must be done by the end of the Junior Year, and 7 of them must be in Math, English and Science.
NOTE: Test scores must be reported directly from either ACT or SAT using code 9999.
NOTE: It is the student’s responsibility to register with NCAA and make sure they have taken the required core classes.
Want to PLAY in College?
You MUST Know Your Core Course GPA.
EVERY Semester Counts.
School ID: 450326
School Code: 785743379
- What is your NCAA core course GPA?
- Which math courses at your school count as NCAA core courses?
- When can you register with the NCAA Eligibility Center (Clearinghouse)?
- What is a Dead Period?
- What colleges offer your sport?
- Are D-I and D-II academic eligibility requirements identical?