Sending Transcripts to the NCAA Eligibility Center

You should request for your high school counselor to send an official transcript to the NCAA Eligibility Center after completing your junior year. If you have attended more than one high school or took courses from more than one program, the NCAA Eligibility Center needs an official transcript from all high school(s) or program(s) attended. The NCAA Eligibility Center does not accept grades from one high school or program transcribed on another high school’s transcript.
Sending transcripts through the mail can take a lot longer than you think, given the time it takes for mail to go from you to Indianapolis, Indiana and to the NCAA Eligibility Center office. Then, the processing of paper transcripts includes opening, stamping, coding, scanning, etc. E-transcripts are processed within 24-48 hours of receipt, which is more efficient for you.
Please note that the NCAA Eligibility Center does not accept faxed or emailed transcripts; however, it does accept e-transcripts from the following providers:
•  Docufide;
•  e-Scrip Safe;
•  ConnectEdu;
•  National Transcript Center; and
•  Xap.

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