NCAA Initial Eligibility

 

A qualifier is defined as one who is a high-school graduate and who presents the following academic qualifications:

 

1.) A minimum cumulative grade point in a successfully completed core curriculum of at least 16 academic courses including the following:

English

4 years
Mathematics (three years of mathematics courses at the level of Algebra I or higher)(computer science courses containing significant programming elements that meet graduation requirements in the area of mathematics may also be accepted)
3 years
Natural or physical science (including at least one laboratory if offered by the high school)
2 years
Additional courses in English, mathematics, or natural or physical science
1 years
Social Science
2 years
Additional academic courses [in any of the above areas or foreign language, philosophy or nondoctrinal religion (e.g. comparative religion) courses]
4 years
The record of the above courses and course grades must be certified by the initial-eligibility center using an official high-school transcript or official correspondence forwarded directly from the high school or upon a high-school transcript forwarded by an institution's admissions office, and"

2.) Initial-Eligibility Index. Freshmen may establish eligibility using the following eligibility index:

Core GPA
SAT
Sum ACT
3.550 & above
400
37
3.525
410
38
3.500
420
39
3.475
430
40
3.450
440
41
3.425
450
41
3.400
460
42
3.375
470
42
3.350
480
43
3.325
490
44
3.300
500
44
3.275
510
45
3.250
520
46
3.225
530
46
3.200
540
47
3.175
550
47
3.150
560
48
3.125
570
49
3.100
580
49
3.075
590
50
3.050
600
50
3.025
610
51
3.000
620
52
2.975
630
52
2.950
640
53
2.925
650
53
2.900
660
54
2.875
670
55
2.850
680
56
2.825
690
56
2.800
700
57
2.775
710
58
2.750
720
59
2.725
730
59
2.700
730
60
2.675
740-750
61
2.650
760
62
2.625
770
63
2.600
780
64
2.575
790
65
2.550
800
66
2.525
810
67
2.500
820
68
2.475
830
69
2.450
840-850
70
2.425
860
70
2.400
860
71
2.375
870
72
2.350
880
73
2.325
890
74
2.300
900
75
2.275
910
76
2.250
920
77
2.225
930
78
2.200
940
79
2.175
950
80
2.150
960
80
2.125
960
81
2.100
970
82
2.075
980
83
2.050
990
84
2.025
1000
85
2.000
1010
86

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