What is NCAA Clearinghouse?


The NCAA Clearinghouse checks the "initial eligibility" of each player playing in on of the NCAA divisions. It gives out a "licence to compete" to each player. Without this licence a player cannot play in the NCAA I or II. The factors that decide whether or not a player is awarded eligibility are his/her SAT results and academic performance. In addition the Clearinghouse will check whether a player is an amateur athlete in the US understanding. The fee for the registration is currently $60. Concerning a player's eligibility the NCAA Clearinghouse is the ultimate authority. However, it has no authority over NAIA or NJCAA divisions.

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