The NCAA has recently altered their eligibility requirements for student-athletes looking to play college sports beginning in 2021-2022. You can read the update from August HERE and the September update HERE.
If you plan to play a sport in college (specifically in the NCAA), you will have to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
- NCAA Division I Eligibility Guidelines
- NCAA Division II Eligibility Guidelines
- NCAA Division III Eligibility Guidelines
NCAA Division I or II Athletes: You need a Certification Account in order to compete at the college level. You also need a certification to take official visits or sign a National Letter of Intent. A certification costs $90 (domestic) and $150 (international).
NCAA Division III Athletes (or if you're unsure of what division you will play): You can create a Profile Page on the NCAA Eligibility Center website. If you decide to compete in D1 or D2 sports, you can transition to a Certification Account. Profile Pages are free.
Use these resources to get started with the certification process:
If you are interested in swimming in college or maybe interested in the idea of swimming in college, setup a meeting with Coach Adam to go over the process.
Create a profile on swimcloud.com