At the following times: during the five days immediately before your official visit to that university: on the day of a coach's off-campus contact with you; during the time beginning with the National Letter of Intent (NLI) signing date in your sport through the two days after the signing date; subsequent to the calendar date on which you sign the NLI.
Only questionnaires and summer camp brochures.
On or after July 1 after the completion of your junior year in high school, faculty members and coaches are permitted to call you, your parents or your legal guardians once a week. However, in the case of Division I Football, coaches may call you one time during the month of May in your junior year, and may not call you again until September 1 of your senior year. Boosters are NOT permitted to call.
Yes. They may receive calls on or after July 1 after you complete your junior year of high school.
A maximum of three complimentary admissions to a campus athletic event which that school's team is competing, issued through a pass list. Such complimentary admissions are for the exclusive use of the prospect and those persons and those persons accompanying him or her. They can be issued only on an individual game basis.
You may visit an institution's campus at your own expense an unlimited number of times beginning before your senior year of high school and continuing in your senior year. This is considered an unofficial visit. This will not count toward your 5 officials visits.
Each prospective student-athlete is limited to five official visits which may be taken following the opening day of classes of your senior year in high school. They cannot be taken before then.
If any coach or representative of the college's athletics interests approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college.
Only university coaches and staff. Alumni and friends of the university are NOT permitted to contact prospective student-athletes in any way.
The recruiting institution must already have a high school transcript and ACT or SAT scores on file.
After graduation and before school closes for the summer, your high school must send the Clearinghouse a copy of your final transcript that confirms graduation. You must also have your ACT or SAT scores sent to the Clearinghouse directly from the testing agency. Either mark code 9999 as one of the institutions to receive your scores, or submit a request for an 'Additional Score Report' to the appropriate testing agency.
All high-school athletes wishing to compete in college must register with the Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Information about the Clearinghouse can be found in the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. The NCAA national office does not handle initial-eligibility certifications. Please do not contact the NCAA national office with inquiries regarding an individual's initial eligibility status, including whether transcripts, student release forms, etc., were received or about when you will be cleared. The Clearinghouse maintains and processes all of the initial-eligibility certifications. If you intend to participate in College baseball as a freshman, you must register with and be certified by the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse. Your high school counselor should provide you with the student-release form and a red brochure titled, 'Making Sure You Are Eligible to Participate in College Sports.'
Free registration materials are available by calling the clearing house at (319) 337-1942. https://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
For players looking for SAT and ACT preparation classes or for any players looking to sign up for the SAT or ACT test please see the links below: