2 Welcome to Tools for Working with Your High School Athletes Webinar The webinar will start at 1 EST You will hear the audio at that time. We will have a very large number of participants in the webinar today, so everyone s phones have been muted on entry. Please leave your phone on mute, so your colleagues can hear the presentation clearly. We do look forward to answering your questions online and will use the Chat feature for that purpose. This feature is located on the menu bar at the top of your screen.
3 Submitting Online Questions: Chat Questions may be submitted at any time during the presentation using the chat feature. To submit a question: Click chat icon Type your question into the chat dialog box Select All Panelist from the drop down Click send/enter
4 Presenter(s): Introducing the Webinar Presenters Moderator: Jennifer Dunn, Director, College Board Membership Mobilization and Engagement NCAA Eligibility Center Jessi Hilger, Coordinator of Customer Service The NCAA has been my home for over seven years and I currently specialize in training, quality control, and outreach initiatives. Over the course of my tenure, I have earned my Master s degree in Leadership Development and am currently pursuing a law degree. The Eligibility Center s Customer Service Center fields questions from every caller group (parents, students, high school administrators, and Division I and II colleges/universities) and handles inquiries including, but not limited to, the academic requirements for prospective student-athletes, the new high school process, core course review process, and the amateurism certification process. This has afforded me with the opportunity to develop lasting relationships with many people in the high school community and our DI/DII Member Institutions. Christa Palmer, Coordinator of High School Review After graduation from college, I spent 4 years as a middle and high school teacher and 2 years working in college registration. This blend of experience in secondary and post-secondary education has given me a great foundation for my work at the NCAA. As a staff member of the High School Review team, I am involved in processes related to NCAA initial eligibility including new school review, homeschool review, core course review and nontraditional coursework review. Part I 1. New Requirements for College-Bound Student-Athletes Division I and II 2. Role of the High School 3. Ways Counselors and Coaches Can Help 4. Resources
5 Introducing the Webinar Presenters Presenter(s): Hillsboro High School Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Nashville, Tennessee Meri Kock, Head of School Counseling Following a teaching career of 13 years in Southern California, I became a school counselor at Hillsboro High School in Nashville, TN. During the ensuing 11 years I have worked with students in all four grade levels but found my true calling working with seniors and helping them with their postsecondary planning efforts. Currently I serve 240 students in grades who are in, or will enter, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. In 2011 I was named a top ten finalist for the ASCA Counselor of the Year, and in 2014 Hillsboro was named an ASCA RAMP school. Luther Dollar, School Counselor After Teaching for seven years and coaching football for six I gave up the whistle and went back to school to earn my M.S in School Guidance & Counseling and my Ed. S. in Educational Leadership. I have worked as a counselor for 7 years. The impact I have on the students as a teacher, coach and counselor is truly a special one. You have to be fully committed to impact the lives of the next generation. Since moving to Nashville and coming to Hillsboro I ve had a chance to work with some great people and wonderful students. As I coached I ve build some good relationship with coaches all across the country. This has allowed me to give students some first-hand accounts and experiences when dealing with post-secondary-education and recruiting. Part II 5. Hillsboro High School Profile 6. Educating and Monitoring Student Athletes 7. Choosing the Right College 8. Parent Involvement 9. Tools and Resources
6 Jessi Hilger, Coordinator of Customer Service Christa Palmer, Coordinator of High School Review NCAA Eligibility Center
7 NCAA Division I Initial-Eligibility Academic Requirements There are new requirements for collegebound student-athletes enrolling full time at an NCAA Division I college or university on or after August 1, 2016.
8 Summary of Changes Minimum core-course GPA of required for competition; Ten core courses required before beginning of senior year for competition; Of the 10 core courses completed, seven must be in the area of English, math, or science; These 10 core courses become locked in for the purpose of corecourse GPA calculation; A repeat of one of the locked in courses will not be used if taken after the seventh semester begins; and Slight changes in GPA/test score index (sliding scale). The following slides explain these changes in further detail.
9 NCAA Division I Initial-Eligibility Academic Requirements (New) For college-bound student-athletes enrolling full time at an NCAA Division I college or university on or after August 1, 2016, there are three possible academic outcomes: 1. Full qualifier = competition, athletics aid (scholarship), and practice the first year. 2. Academic redshirt = athletics aid the first year, practice in first regular academic term (semester or quarter). 3. Nonqualifier = no athletics aid, practice or competition the first year.
10 NCAA Division I Full Qualifier: Requirements for Athletics Aid, Practice and Competition Students will need to meet the following requirements to receive athletics aid, practice and compete their first year: 16 core courses in the following areas: 4 years English; 3 years math at Algebra I level or higher; 2 years natural or physical science (one lab if offered at any high school attended); 1 year additional English, math or natural/physical science; 2 years social science; and 4 years additional from areas above or foreign language, philosophy or comparative religion. Minimum required GPA: Minimum GPA of required for competition in those 16 core courses. Graduate from high school.
11 Division I Sliding Scale Changes Old New Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum The full sliding scale can be found at under Resources.
12 Academic Redshirt: Requirements for Scholarship and Practice. 16 core courses in the following areas: 4 years English, 3 years math at Algebra I level or higher, 2 years natural or physical science (one lab if offered by any school attended); 1 year additional English, math or natural/physical science; 2 years social science; and 4 years additional from areas above or foreign language, philosophy or comparative religion. Minimum required GPA. Minimum GPA of in 16 core courses. Sliding scale. Minimum ACT sum or SAT score (critical reading/math only) that matches the 16 core-course GPA.
13 Academic Redshirt Student-athletes who fail to meet the required 10 core courses prior to the start of the seventh semester (seven of which must be in English, math, or natural or physical science), will be allowed to retake core courses in the seventh or eighth semester, which will be used in their academic certification for the purpose of meeting the academic redshirt requirements. Speak with your student-athletes!!!!!
14 Division II Core-Course Requirements 16 Core Courses 3 years English. 2 years math (Algebra I or higher). 2 years natural/physical science (1 year of lab if offered by high school). 3 years additional English, math or natural/physical science. 2 years social science. 4 years additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or comparative religion/philosophy).
15 Division II Academic Requirements (Prior to 2018) Division II Earn a GPA or better in your core courses. Earn a combined SAT sum score of 820 or an ACT sum score of 68.
16 NCAA Division II Competition Academic Requirements (Beginning August 1, 2018) Division II Complete the required 16 core courses. Earn a minimum GPA or better in your core courses. Earn a Minimum SAT or ACT score that matches the 16 core-course GPA on the full qualifier sliding scale.
17 New Competition Sliding Scale for Division II Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum & above The full sliding scale can be found at under Resources
18 NCAA Division II Partial Qualifier Academic Requirements (New) A student-athlete will be allowed to practice and receive athletics aid in first academic year if he or she: Completes the required 16 core courses; and Minimum GPA of with corresponding test score on the partial qualifier sliding scale.
19 New Partial Qualifier Sliding Scale for Division II Athletics Aid and Practice Only (Abbreviated) Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum Core GPA SAT (critical reading/ math only) ACT Sum & above The full sliding scale can be found at under Resources
20 The Best Test Scores Will Be Used to Certify Your Student Test Score Math Verbal Total SAT (10/14) SAT (12/14) Scores Used
21 Role of the High School Make sure your school s List of NCAA Courses is accurate and up to date. Encourage your college-bound student-athletes to complete the registration process, at at the beginning of their sophomore year. Send official transcripts at the end of the student s sixth semester (junior year) and eighth semester (graduation from high school). Submit fee waivers online for student registration when applicable.
22 Ways That Counselors and Coaches Can Help Know the initial-eligibility requirements. Use NCAA Eligibility Center informational resources to map out the academic track. Know how to calculate a student s core-course GPA. Use the NCAA Divisions I and II Worksheets found on pages of the Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. Know that special considerations are given to students with documented education-impacting disabilities.
23 Ways That Counselors and Coaches Can Help Help students identify colleges that fit their criteria (e.g., academics, size, location). Apply the broken-leg test by asking if the student would be happy at a college or university if athletics were not factored into the equation. Emphasize the importance of academic performance at every step of the student s high school career grade nine counts!!! Call with any questions! 877/ (877/NCAA-EC1)
24 Resources Resources Tab on the NCAA Eligibility Center website. NCAA Initial-Eligibility Resource Index (Toolkit). NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. NCAA Eligibility Center Quick Reference Guide. NCAA Initial-Eligibility Brochure. NCAA Initial Eligibility Online Course.
25 Jessi Hilger, Coordinator of Customer Service Christa Palmer, Coordinator of High School Review NCAA Eligibility Center
26 Meri Kock, Head of School Counseling Luther Dollar, School Counselor Hillsboro High School Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Nashville, Tennessee
27 Hillsboro Demographics 1200 students 55% Free/Reduced Lunch 55% African American/Black 40% White 5% Combination of other ethnicities All major sports at varsity, junior varsity, and club sports such as lacrosse and hockey Approximately student-athletes who sign with Division I or Division II schools each year
28 Educating Students Classroom guidance lessons- graduation requirements, NCAA requirements embedded within graduation requirements GPA- what is NCAA core GPA versus cumulative GPA (NCAA Core posters) ACT/SAT and GPA sliding scale Credit recovery challenges Be eligible for high school athletics or the college recruiters will not see you play
29 Academic Monitoring Credit check sheets Transcript distribution Courses at a Glance NCAA courses highlighted Credit recovery contract
30 Credit Recovery Contract I am a student athlete and may want to play sports at the college level. Yes No My signature below indicates that I understand that participation in course re-take via e-learning will not meet NCAA requirements for coursework
31 Choosing Colleges Student makes certain he/she is eligible Make certain the college has the major you want to study Understand what is being offered Talk to a third-party who is NOT caught up in the excitement to clarify goals/thoughts Keep grounded! STUDENT-athlete
32 Educating Parents Evening programs (we call them Burro 411) NCAA PowerPoint Presentation NCAA Handouts (Student Athlete Handbook) NCAA Eligibility Center School Counseling Website University-designed check sheet Excel GPA calculator (used for students as well)
33 Excel GPA Calculator CAA eligibility is based on 32 semesters (16 credits) of work in CORE SUBJECT classes only (English, math, science, social studies, and foreign language). PE, arts, CTE courses, etc., do not count toward eligibility. Bridge Math is NOT approved by the NCAA for edibility.
34 Counselor Tools NCAA website- The Holy Grail! High school coaches- collaborate Approved course list updates NCAA Eligibility Center fee waiver Local university workshops NCAA electronic newsletter GPA Calculator NCAA Website: eligibilitycenter.org ACT/SAT scores must come from testing agency
35 Meri Kock, Head of School Counseling Luther Dollar, School Counselor Hillsboro High School Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Nashville, Tennessee
37 Upcoming Webinars Counselors and The Redesigned Assessments: The Nuts and Bolts of Implementing the Redesigned Suite of Assessments in K12 Schools March 3, p.m. EST Common Application for Rising Seniors March 24, p.m. EST Introducing the New CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE! Tuesday, April 14, p.m. EST Counselors and The Redesigned Assessments: The PSAT Expanding Opportunities for Students April 16, p.m. EST Early Preparation for the College Application Essay April 28, p.m. EST Counselors and The Redesigned Assessments : Khan Academy Practice Resources for All Students May 19, p.m. EST Avoiding Summer Melt May 26, p.m. EST Early College Awareness for the Middle School Student June 4, p.m. EST Counselors and The Redesigned Assessments: Understanding Scores, Reporting and Student Opportunity June 9, p.m. EST
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