2017 NCAA Seminar will be held on November 15th at
    6:30pm in the High School Library
    This program is designed for students of any grade level and their parents -- from any local high school.  No advanced registration is required.

    You can also request a packet from the event by contacting your counselor. 
    This program is offered every other year.
    Questions?  Contact your child's counselor or
    Tanya Dreon (seminar presenter)  566-5335
    Considering playing a sport at the college level?  Not sure where to start?
    The NCAA and NAIA are two organizations that govern college athletic programs.  They are voluntary organizations that provide a framework for colleges to determine athletic and scholastic eligibility.  Both the NCAA and NAIA have similar goals but their eligibility requirements differ significantly.  We encourage students and families to consider both options -- there is bound to be an experience that's right for you! 
    Chart for organizing your college search
    Questions to ask when talking with coaches and visiting campuses
    Athletic Resume
    Lower Dauphin students must process their transcript requests for the NCAA through Naviance.
    NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)
    NCAA Eligibility website:NCAA Eligibility Center
    Guide for College Bound Student Athletes 2017-2018 NCAA Guide for Students
     Divisions I and II Initial-Eligibility Requirements Student Brochure 2017-2018

    Lower Dauphin High School List of NCAA eligible classes
    NAIA (National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics)
    NAIA Website: http://naia.org/
    NAIA Guide for the College Bound Athlete
    If you have any questions about the courses you have taken and whether or not you are eligible to consider athletics at a college level, please be sure to schedule a time to meet with your counselor and coach!




    Last Modified on November 13, 2017

Last Modified on March 20, 2019