Upcoming Webinars


NCAA Initial Eligibility updates for 2022-2023: What Counselors Need to Know 

Date: June 1
Time: 11-12 AM ET/8-9 AM PT
Cost: Free Members/$25 Nonmembers
Audience: Secondary



Wondering how the recent changes in the NCAA DI and DII initial eligibility requirements in response to COVID-19 will impact your prospective student-athletes? Which changes are temporary and which are here to stay? Representatives from the NCAA will be joining us to discuss alternative review standards, answer frequently asked questions about academic initial eligibility requirements, and other items of importance as we look toward the 2022-2023 academic year. They will also review the resources available to assist counselors and provide guidance on reporting requirement changes 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the changes implemented by the NCAA regarding academic initial eligibility requirements in response to COVID-19.
  • Create resources for your student-athletes so they have access to the latest information about NCAA academic eligibility rules. 


  • Matt Harris, Assistant Director of High School Review, NCAA
  • Brian Seda, Coordinator of High School Review, NCAA

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NAIA College Sports Eligibility: What high school counselors need to know 

Date: June 27
Time: 12-1 PM ET/9-10 AM PT
Cost: Free Members/$25 Nonmembers
Audience: Secondary

Registration (Coming Soon)


Interested in how you can help student-athletes learn about opportunities to pursue their sport in college and the 250+ institutions that offer college scholarships in the NAIA? Then come hear about the unique opportunities your student-athletes have to play college sports directly from the source. The NAIA will provide you with direct knowledge of everything you need to know about college sports, eligibility rules and the opportunities to play in the NAIA. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the eligibility process
  • Brief overview of NAIA recruitment


  • Samuel White, Team Lead of Customer Relations, NAIA 

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