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How Online, Hybrid Learning Will Impact NCAA Eligibility
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The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many high schools offering distance, e-learning or hybrid options to avoid large gatherings.

Potential recruits are wondering how this may impact their future NCAA eligibility in regards to NCAA-approved core courses.

The NCAA Eligibility Center provided additional guidance on the issue last week.

“Consistent with the approach to reviews in Spring/Summer 2020, the Eligibility Center will not require a separate review of distance, e-learning or hybrid programs offered by schools with NCAA-approved core courses in response to COVID-19 for the 2020-21 academic year. Students may complete their NCAA-approved core courses through the channels of instruction provided or recommended by their school, district or state department of education.

“For parents administering home school curriculum, please review the information included in the Eligibility Center home school resources, located here.”

The policy will apply to students from all grade levels who complete distance, e-learning or hybrid courses offered by schools with NCAA-approved core courses in the 2020-21 academic year.

For anyone with questions or unique circumstances, NCAA Customer Service is available to assist with questions Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET at 877-262-1492 (domestic students and Canadian students outside of Quebec) and for international students including Quebec at ncaa.org/contactinternational.

 
 

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