Core Course GPA
CoreCourseGPA.com is web-based software that allows school counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes to easily track a student-athlete's progress towards meeting NCAA Eligibility Center requirements (formerly NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse) for both Division I and Division II.
CoreCourseGPA.com generates a detailed "Initial-Eligibility Status Report" which provides the student/parent, coach or counselor with both the Division I and Division II core course GPA as well as corresponding minimum required SAT and ACT scores and a complete listing of the number of core course credits satisfied and the number to be completed.
CoreCourseGPA.com manages the varying NCAA initial-eligibility standards for each graduationg class, including the Divsion I changes for the class of 2016 and the Division II changes for the class of 2018.
In addition to providing a time-saving tool to calculate NCAA core course GPA, CoreCourseGPA.com also provides counselors, coaches, parents and student-athletes with pertinent information pertaining to financial aid, the recruiting process, recruiting rules and other academic subject matter.
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National Collegiate-Athletic Association
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a membership-driven organization dedicated to safeguarding the well-being of student-athletes and equipping them with the skills to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom and throughout life.
They support learning through sports by integrating athletics and higher education to enrich the college experience of student-athletes. NCAA members – mostly colleges and universities, but also conferences and affiliated groups – work together to create the framework of rules for fair and safe competition.
Those rules are administered by NCAA national office staff, which also organizes national championships and provides other resources to support student-athletes and the schools they attend. The NCAA membership and national office work together to help more than 460,000 student-athletes develop their leadership, confidence, discipline and teamwork through college sports.