You Know All You Need to About the NCAA National Letter of Intent
initial signing date for the NCAA National Letter of Intent is
quickly approaching. The one-week signing period begins Wednesday,
November 11. This signing period applies to Division I and II
baseball programs and many other Division I and II sports.
one of the questions we often receive prior to Signing Day:
exactly am I signing when I sign the National Letter of Intent?
signing a commitment to attend that university for one full academic
year in exchange for an athletic scholarship. The National Letter of
Intent must be accompanied by an athletic scholarship agreement from
the college that is recruiting you, and you’ll also be signing that
questions we are frequently asked include:
I sign a National Letter of Intent if I’m not being offered an
happens if I don’t attend the university that I’ve signed with
for at least one full academic year?
a Letter of Intent from a junior college or an NAIA college work the
be fully informed about the NCAA National Letter of Intent and how it
differs from the NJCAA or NAIA Letter of Intent programs, you can
purchase our downloadable PDF “What You Should Know about the
NCAA National Letter of Intent.”
you purchase this ebook, you’ll also receive an information sheet
explaining the differences between the NCAA National Letter of Intent
and the NAIA and NJCAA Letter of Intent programs.
learn more about how we help athletes and families like you, visit
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more information about college recruiting, eligibility, scholarships,
further information, contact us at 913-766-1235 or
years NCAA rules expertise, including Director of Compliance at two
major D-I schools
member and former President of National Association for Athletic
compliance reviews and audits at NCAA Schools throughout the U.S.
with NAIA schools transitioning to NCAA membership status
of a D-I and D-II student-athlete