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This presentation was presented by Willieneil French & Rachel McCoy at the Southern Association of College Admission Counseling (SACAC) 2009 Annual Conference .

This presentation was presented by Willieneil French & Rachel McCoy at the Southern Association of College Admission Counseling (SACAC) 2009 Annual Conference .

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  • Academic Advisement with Student Athletes A School Counselor’s Playbook Willieneil French, M.Ed. School Counselor North Springs High School Sandy Springs, GA Rachel McCoy, Ed.S. School Counselor Roswell High School Roswell, GA
  • 1 st Quarter
  • Choosing Your Team
    • Student Athlete
    • Parent
    • Coach
    • Athletic Director
    • Other
  • Rules of the Game
    • Formerly known as the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse, the Eligibility Center evaluates a prospective student-athlete’s academic and amateurism record to determine if he/she is eligible to participate at a Division I or Division II institution as a freshman student athlete .
  • Four Part (Academic) Eligibility
    • Graduate from High School
    • Take the right classes (core courses)
        • Academic course in one or a combination of theses areas: English, math, natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, nondoctrinal religion or philosophy;
        • Four-year college preparatory
        • At or above your high school’s regular academic level (no remedial or compensatory courses) and
        • Appears on the high school’s list of NCAA Eligibility Center approved core courses (formerly 48-H)
  • CORE COURSE REQUIREMENTS 4 2 3 2 2 3 16 2013+ Div II 3 4 Extra core courses (from category above or foreign language, non-doctrinal religion or philosophy) 2 2 Social Science 2 1 Additional English, math, natural or physical science 2 2 Natural or Physical Science 2 3 Math (Algebra I+) 3 4 English 14 16 TOTAL 2005-2012 Div II 2008+ Div I
  • Four Part (Academic) Eligibility
    • 3. Core-Course GPA
        • The Eligibility Center will calculate the core course GPA on a 4.0 scale
        • The best grades from NCAA approved core courses will be used
        • Grades from additional core courses will be used only if they improve the GPA
        • To see if your high school has a weighted scale for honors or advanced courses visit www.ncaaclearinghouse.net list of approved courses.
  • Four Part (Academic) Eligibility 4. SAT Scores
    • If a student takes the SAT more than once, the best subscore from different tests is used.
    890 470 420 Scores Used 860 440 420 SAT (12/08) 820 470 350 SAT (10/07) Total Score Critical Reading Math
    • If a student takes the ACT more than once, the best subscore from different tests is used.
    Four Part (Academic) Eligibility 4. ACT Scores 17 17 16 Math 19 18 19 Science 16 16 11 Reading 63 60 57 Total Score 11 9 11 English Score Used ACT (12/06) ACT (10/06)
  • Rules by Division Minimum 820 SAT or 68 ACT 4. ACT or SAT 2.0 min Sliding Scale Earn the minimum core GPA and a SAT or ACT score that matches your core-course gpa on the sliding scale For example, a 2.4 core-course GPA needs a 860 SAT (highest combined verbal and math) 3. Core GPA 14* 16 2. Core Courses  
    • Graduate
    Division II Division I
  • Division III
    • Unlike Divisions I and II, there is no uniform set of eligibility requirements for Division III schools.
    • Eligibility for admission, financial aid, practice and competition is determined by the institution
  • 2 nd Quarter
  • Offensive Play
  • The Huddle (In-House Plan)
    • Relationships
    • Staff Briefings
    • Administrative Tasks
  • Staff Briefings
    • Annual briefings for all coaches coordinated by the Athletic Director
    • Registered senior list to Head Coaches of each sport via Athletic Director (December, April, June)
  • Administrative Tasks
    • Core course submissions
    • Eligibility Center contact
    • Fee waiver
    • Transcript Requests
    • Graduation Verification
    • Advisement Program
  • Spring Training Clearinghouse Coordinator Athletic Director NCAA Clearinghouse Contact Underclassmen student & parent advisement workshops on NCAA Eligibility: Recruiting Regulations, Amateurism and Academic Eligibility requirements Spring (Annually) PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE ACTION TIMEFRAME
  • Season (Jr. Year) Students must notify their assigned school counselor of their application to NCAA Clearinghouse House and request fee waiver verification. The child’s school counselor will then provide verification of receipt of SAT/ACT waiver to the NCAA Clearinghouse Contact for submission. Fee Waiver Verification Student who received a fee waiver for the SAT/ACT may be eligible for a waiver for the NCAA Clearinghouse application fee. Junior Year (Ongoing) Prospective Division I and II student-athletes When taking the SAT/ACT, students report scores to NCAA Clearinghouse. NOTE: Test scores must be reported to the eligibility center directly from ACT or SAT. (The NCAA Clearinghouse code is 9999.) Junior Year Prospective Division I and II student-athletes & coaches of respective sports Students register with NCAA Clearinghouse Eligibility Center and begin amateurism questionnaire. Junior Year PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE ACTION TIMEFRAME
  • Season (Jr. Year) Prospective Division I and II student-athletes request a transcript from the Guidance Secretary and records office of former high school(s) if applicable Send high school transcript reflecting six semesters of coursework to NCAA Clearinghouse Eligibility Center NOTE: Official transcripts from each high school attended are required . Summer (concluding junior year) PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE ACTION TIMEFRAME
  • Playoffs (Sr. Year) Students must notify their assigned school counselor of their application to NCAA Clearinghouse House and request fee waiver verification. The child’s school counselor will then provide verification of receipt of SAT/ACT waiver to the NCAA Clearinghouse Contact for submission. Fee Waiver Verification Student who received a fee waiver for the SAT/ACT may be eligible for a waiver for the NCAA Clearinghouse application fee. Senior Year (Ongoing) Clearinghouse Coordinator NCAA Clearinghouse Contact Follow-up meeting with seniors regarding NCAA processes: Recruiting Regulations, Amateurism and Academic Eligibility requirements Fall (Annually) Prospective Division I and II student-athletes When taking the SAT/ACT, report scores to NCAA Clearinghouse. Test scores must be reported to the eligibility center directly from ACT or SAT. (The NCAA Clearinghouse code is 9999.) Senior Year (Ongoing) PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE ACTION TIMEFRAME
  • Post Season (Sr. Year) Prospective Division I and II student-athletes & coaches of respective sports Complete amateurism questionnaire and final authorization signature After April 1 st Senior Year Students request transcript from Guidance Secretary Final Transcript Submission Students who apply for NCAA Clearinghouse eligibility after April 15 th will need to request to have their final transcript sent to NCAA Clearinghouse. June PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE ACTION TIMEFRAME
    • Scores must be sent directly from the testing company
    • The NCAA Clearinghouse code is 9999
    • TRANSCRIPT ALERT!
    • Transcript accuracy is vital – Update list of approved courses annually!
    • Transcripts must be sent from each high school
  • 3 rd Quarter
  • Defensive Plays
  • Interception
    • Not recruited or offered
    • Injured
    • Didn’t make eligibility
    • Didn’t meet college admission standards
  • Time Out – Sample
  •  
  • When Do Students Receive a Preliminary Report?
    • The Clearinghouse prioritizes incoming information by the following categories:
    • Students who are being actively recruited by an institution and
    • Students who are on an institutional request list
    • Students can check their status online or calling the Eligibility Center
  • 4 th Quarter
  • Who better knows…
    • your students
    • the curriculum
    • teachers
    • the SAT/ACT
    • fee waivers
    • about student records (transcripts)
    • graduation requirements
    • College admissions
  • Coach’s Clinic (Resources)
    • NCAA Eligibility Center (877) 622-2321
    • Listserv - [email_address]
    • Official Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
    • Online Programs (www.clearinghousecalculator.org)
    • Sports Recruitment Services
    • Willieneil French – frenchw@fultonschools.org
    • Rachel McCoy – mccoy@fultonschools.org
  • Post Game Show Questions & Answers