Collegiate Athletics

Prospective Student-Athletes
A prospective student-athlete is someone who is looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or Division II institution in the future. All prospective student-athletes must complete the amateurism certification questionnaire here.

Make certain to verify with your counselor that the courses you are taking/have taken/will take are on the
LIST of APPROVED CORE COURSES.
Where it asks for HIGH SCHOOL CODE, enter:
331926

For the NCAA Division I and II Worksheets,
CLICK HERE.

Download the
2016-2017 NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. It contains many answers to frequently asked questions, including eligibility requirements, rules and regulations.

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NCAA Schools and Conference Athletic Web Sites
Search for Schools and Sports around the country by their Athletics Division (I, II, or III).


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The NAIA offers 23 national championships in 13 sports in addition to the emerging sports of competitive cheer and dance and men's volleyball. Use the School Search to find NAIA institutions that sponsor these varsity sports.

Download the
NAIA Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete.

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The NJCAA is the national governing body for two-year college athletics, covering junior college and community colleges nationwide. You can search here for MEMBER COLLEGES.



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CUNY SPORT OFFERINGS
Intercollegiate and intramural athletic opportunities are available to students on every CUNY campus. At the varsity level, four-year and community colleges compete on 24 men’s and women’s teams. Four-year college varsity teams compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), while community college teams belong to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).


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SUNY - SEARCH CAMPUS ATHLETICS
Whether it's intramurals, fitness programs, or playing on an intercollegiate, NCAA, NJCAA, or NAIA ranked team that interests you, chances are you will find what you're looking for at SUNY campuses, athletically as well as academically.


* Links to external Websites and information are provided for your convenience and do not constitute an endorsement.