• NCAA  
    Learn more about the three divisions of the NCAA and gain access to all their resources by visiting the NCAA page for Future Student-Athletes.  
    CoreCourseGPA.com is web-based software that allows school counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes to easily track a student-athlete's progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements (formerly NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse) for both Division I and Division II.
    Any student interested in playing Division I and Division II sports should create a FREE CoreCourseGPA account to track their NCAA Core GPA.  See a Counselor or Athletic Director for the School ID and School Code.   

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    If you want to participate in NCAA Division I or II athletics, you need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. You need to qualify academically and you will also need to be cleared as an amateur student – athlete.  Visit NCAA Eligibility Center to create your account and to register with the NCAA.  
    FreeRecruitingWebinar.org webinars are made available in North Carolina through a partnership between the 501(c)3 Recruiting Education Foundation, Inc. and the North Carolina Coaches Association.
    All student athletes and parents are encouraged to watch a FREE Webinar about recruiting topics.  Please select the Athlete/Parent Webinar (60 min) and complete the short form. Recorded webinars cover many important recruiting topics including: Scholarship Myths and Facts, the NCAA and NAIA Eligibility Centers, NCAA Core Course Requirements, National Letter of Intent, Finding the Right School, and much more.
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    NextStepU.com provides some excellent articles and FAQ's about becoming a student athlete in college.  Get to know all about the recruitment process, figure out what coaches want and learn how to earn scholar-athlete scholarships through their college athletic resources.  

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