Athletic Information Websites


If you plan to apply to a Division I or II National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) college or university and play a sport, you must apply to the NCAA Clearinghouse to establish your eligibility. To be eligible you must have at least a 2.0 GPA in certain core subjects, plus minimum scores on the ACT or SAT test. Courses used for core subjects may not be taken Credit/No Credit. See your counselor for NCAA forms.


There are many fee-based sites that offer to connect athletes and college coaches and athletic programs. Consumers need to investigate such sites thoroughly to make sure that they provide services that are commensurate with the costs or fees. For a list of some of these sites go to


Be wary of organizations that will promise to find a student a sports scholarship. The only athletic divisions that give scholarships have very clear academic ACT/SAT guidelines. Work with your counselor to determine your eligibility and the process for registering with the NCAA. You will first register for the NCAA Clearinghouse after your junior year final grades are recorded.


  • Link Athletic
    Link to over 13,000 web sites for men's and women's athletics programs at universities. Organized by sport/gender/state.
  • NCAA
    This site contains much valuable information for the potential college athlete including eligibility requirements for Division 1, 2, & 3 schools.
    The National Junior College Athletic Association provides opportunities for student-athletes to continue their athletic careers. The NJCAA is divided into three divisions just like the NCAA. The schools who are members of this organization are two-year community and junior colleges. After completing their eligibility, a student-athlete may choose to continue their academic and athletic career at a NCAA or NAIA school.
  • NAIA
    The small, private colleges and universities that are members of NAIA offer most of the same opportunities as NCAA schools.
    National Christian College Athletic Association
    Find Division 1 and 2 Christian colleges for various men's and women's sports.