Northshore Juniors Volleyball Mizuno: College Information

Basic College Timeline
Grade 9
  • Verify with your high school guidance counselor and the online core-course listing to make sure you are on track.

Grade 10
  • Verify with your high school guidance counselor and the online core-course listing to make sure you are on track.

Grade 11
  • Register with the eligibility center.
  • Make sure you are still on course to meet core-course requirements (verify you have the correct number of core courses and that the core courses are on your high school's 48-H with the eligibility center).
  • After your junior year, have your high school guidance counselor send a copy of your transcript. If you have attended any other high schools, make sure a transcript is sent to the eligibility center from each high school.
  • When taking the ACT or SAT, request test scores to be sent to the eligibility center (the code is "9999").
  • Begin your amateurism questionnaire.

Grade 12
  • When taking the ACT or SAT, request test scores to be sent to the eligibility center (the code is "9999").
  • Complete amateurism questionnaire and sign the final authorization signature online on or after April 1 if you are expecting to enroll in college in the fall semester. (If you are expecting to enroll for spring semester, sign the final authorization signature on or after October 1 of the year prior to enrollment.)
  • Have your high school guidance counselor send a final transcript with proof of graduation to the eligibility center.

 

 

General Information:

  • Test score rule: Test scores must be reported to the eligibility center directly from ACT or SAT.
  • High school core-course list: Is yours up to date? Verify the classes you are taking and/or scheduled to take appear on your high school's approved core-course list.
  • Amateurism questionnaire and final authorization signature: Remember to log back in to your account and finalize your amateurism questionnaire before you enroll in college. If you are beginning school in the fall semester (August), you will need to complete the amateurism questionnaire and sign the final authorization signature on or after April 1 prior to enrollment. If you are beginning school in the spring semester (January), you will need to complete the amateurism questionnaire and sign the final authorization signature on or after October 1 of the year prior to enrollment.

 



NCAA Eligibility

This section provides information on becoming and remaining eligible to compete in intercollegiate athletics. It includes information on the NCAA Eligibility Center, as well as guidelines for college-bound students athletes who are international, home schooled or have education-impacting disabilities. It also contains links to resources that will help high school student-athletes locate colleges and universities that sponsor their sport and compare graduation rates of schools they are considering.  

NCAA Eligibility Center

All high school student-athletes wishing to compete in college must register with the Eligibility Center. Information about the Eligibility Center can be found in the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.The NCAA national office does not handle initial-eligibility certifications. Please do not contact the NCAA national office with inquiries regarding an individual's initial-eligibility status,including whether transcripts, student release forms, etc., were received or about when you will be cleared. The Eligibility Center maintains and processes all of the initial-eligibility certifications.



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