• The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

    Who needs to register?
    • Every student interested in playing sports at NAIA colleges for the first time needs to register and have a determination if they are eligible to play. 

    What happens when you register?

    • You will create a personal profile with basic facts about your academic history and sports participation to date.
    • You'll also have the opportunity to provide more in-depth information about your experience and accomplishments, plus the type of college you have in mind - size, location, areas of study, extracurricular activities.
    • Then they will provide a list of NAIA colleges that match those interests. You can choose to have your profile sent directly to the schools - coaches and admissions offices - you choose.

    What information will you need to provide?

    • Current contact information, previous residences and addresses, high schools attended and history of sports participation during and after high school graduation.
    • ACT or SAT scores will need to be sent directly to them when you register
    • A final transcript to verify high school graduation, class rank and GPA

    Do you need to register if you are already registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?

    • Yes, these are two separate associations, with two different sets of rules and certification processes.