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NCAA Division III Academic Eligibility Requirments


College-bound student-athletes are not certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center because you will need to meet the requirements to be admitted into the college. This means that in order to play sports at any DIII college you will need to apply for college admission and meet the specific college's requirements.

For more information on the NCAA Eligibility Center and Requirements go to: http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/CBSA.pdf

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