2016 Freshman Eligibility PPT

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2016 NCAA Freshman Eligibility Qualifications

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Guiding the College-Bound Athlete AllAmericanSportsRecruiting.com 2016 NCAA D-I Freshman Eligibility Requirements

Academics (NCAA):

Academics (NCAA) The NCAA recently adopted new Freshman Eligibility Requirements for those college-bound student-athletes that will graduate from high school in 2016. These changes only apply to NCAA Division I schools. Some of these changes include 2 new sliding scales, and several levels of eligibility. The following presentation will outline those changes. I highly recommend that you begin preparing for these new requirements and educate your families and athletic community. 2016 will be here before you know it and the ramifications of not having the proper procedures in place could be embarrassing and catastrophic to your school district.

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Academics (NCAA) Freshman Eligibility Requirements through 2016 Graduate from High School Core-Course Requirements 14 core classes (D-II) Changes to 16 for class of 2013 16 core classes (D-I only) 3 years of Algebra I or higher Sliding Scale of Initial Eligibility Core grade point average and SAT/ACT scores NCAA Eligibility Center Register start of Junior year

Academics (NCAA):

Academics (NCAA) NEW 2016 Division-I Freshman Eligibility Requirements There are three possible Academic outcomes: 1. Full qualifier = scholarship, practice the first year and competition. 2. Academic redshirt = scholarship the first year, practice in first regular semester or quarter. 3. Nonqualifier = NO scholarship, NO practice and NO competition the first year.

Academics (NCAA):

Academics (NCAA) NEW 2016 Division-I Freshman Eligibility Requirements Summary of Changes for Full-Qualifier: • Minimum core-course GPA of 2.300 required; • Change in GPA/test score index (sliding scale); and • Ten core-courses are required before the beginning of the senior year.

Academics (NCAA):

Academics (NCAA) NEW 2016 Division-I Freshman Eligibility Requirements Summary of Changes for Full-Qualifier: Of the 10 core-courses completed, seven must be in the area of English, Math, or Science. These 10 core courses become “Locked in” for the purpose of GPA calculation. A repeat of one of the “Locked in” courses will not be used if taken after the seventh semester begins.

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Academics (NCAA) 2016 Div-I Sliding Scale for Competition (Full Qualifier Status) GPA SAT Sum ACT GPA SAT Sum ACT GPA SAT ACT 4.00 400 37 3.30 680 56 2.60 960 81 3.90 440 41 3.20 720 59 2.50 1000 85 3.80 480 43 3.10 760 62 2.40 1040 88 3.70 520 46 3.00 800 66 2.30 1080 93 3.60 560 48 2.90 840 70 3.50 600 50 2.80 880 73 3.40 640 53 2.70 920 77

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Academics (NCAA) 2016 Div-I Academic Redshirt Guidelines for Scholarship & Practice If a college-bound student-athlete meets ALL the Full-qualifier requirements but only meets the “Academic Redshirt” sliding scale, he/she can receive an Athletic Scholarship during his/her first year at an NCAA Division I college or university and can practice during his/her first term (e.g., semester, quarter) but they may NOT compete! • After the first semester or quarter is complete, in order to continue to practice for the rest of the year, the student must be academically successful at the collegiate level.

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Academics (NCAA) Non-qualifier Status If a college-bound student-athlete does NOT meet either set of requirements, he/she becomes a Non-qualifier. A Non-qualifier: • Cannot receive a scholarship during the first year at an NCAA Division I college or university. • Cannot practice or compete during the first year at a Division I college or university.

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Guiding the College-Bound Athlete AllAmericanSportsRecruiting.com 2016 NCAA D-I Freshman Eligibility Requirements

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