NCAA Information 2017-2018

Waipahu High School College Center (E-1)

Hey there, Student-Athlete!

Are you interested in playing competitive sports in college? Is playing a sport your passion? Are you worried about how playing a sport in college will affect your studies? Does the college you want to go to have NCAA sponsored athletics programs? If you are interested in playing collegiate sports, it is important to make sure you are taking the appropriate steps to get there!
Want to play college sports?

Click here to learn more.

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The Three Divisions of the NCAA

Click here to find a quick overview of each Division.

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO PLAY COLLEGE SPORTS?

Each Division in the NCAA has different eligibility requirements. Start planning from your Freshmen year and keep up your grades as best as possible in your classes. Academics are very important and are a part of the eligibility requirements for collegiate sports.



For Divisions I and II, you will need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.


**Please note, there is important information in the eligibility flyer (follow the link below). For the SAT and ACT score requirement, you will need to put in the NCAA's code (9999) to ensure they receive your test scores.

REGISTERING WITH THE NCAA

You will have to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center if you wish to play at the Division I or II level.
NOT SURE WHICH DIVISION YOUR SCHOOL IS IN?

Click here to find your school.

National Letter of Intent

After you have been admitted to your college, they may send you a National Letter of Intent if they select you for their athletic program. Each letter can be different, so read your letter carefully. Please follow the links below for some Frequently Asked Questions regarding the NLI.
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For More Information...

If you are still searching for more information see the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete or explore the NCAA's website, both are linked below.

Waipahu High School College Center

Located on campus in room E-1, the College Center is your one-stop shop for resources and guidance on your post-high school options. Please stop by or make an appointment with Mrs. Scudder if you have questions about registering with the NCAA.