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Frequently Asked Questions

Are your courses NCAA-approved?

Yes. Students can take NCAA-approved courses via Edgenuity’s Instructional Services group. Edgenuity’s curriculum and instructional model has been reviewed by NCAA and found to meet their requirements for online courses. Districts and schools are welcome to enroll student athletes in Edgenuity courses through Edgenuity Instructional Services. Courses that are approved by the NCAA are listed here.
 

Just type “Edgenuity” into the “high school name” text field.
 

Remember that this means that courses taught with Edgenuity teachers (through Instructional Services) are NCAA-approved. However, districts and schools wishing to offer NCAA-eligible online courses using Edgenuity’s curriculum but not Edgenuity’s teaching services must still contact NCAA to submit documentation describing their implementation model and showing how it meets NCAA’s requirements for teacher role, no pretesting, fixed start and end date, and level of teacher-student communication. The curriculum review will go more quickly, since Edgenuity’s courses have already been reviewed and approved. For more information, please visit edgenuity.com/NCAA.

I am working on our NCAA approval and have been asked for copies of exams or content in our Courseware. How do I respond?

You don't need to submit this. Simply submit a letter saying that you use Edgenuity's approved courses and a copy of your Edgenuity contract or PO.

Does Edgenuity provide grade reports for students?

We can only provide grade reports for students who took their courses through Instructional Services (IS). To request a grade report for a student who took courses through IS, please send an email to CustomerSupport@edgenuity.com and specify the student’s name and NCAA ID number. If the student took the course at his/her local high school, they will need to contact their own teacher.

What resources are available to learn more about NCAA guidelines for student athletes so they can maintain their eligibility?

We have a number of NCAA resources publicly available on our corporate website:

Which courses are NCAA approved to be used with student athletes?

This is available on our corporate website:

Do I need to print assessments to give to NCAA review as proof that Edgenuity's content is acceptable? What needs to happen?

You don't need to do this if you are using Edgenuity courses since the content has already been approved by the NCAA. Simply say that you are using Edgenuity's approved courses. We don't have an easy way to print off assessments like that in Edgenuity, so we actually gave NCAA logins so they could review the courses live. If the NCAA has asked for content samples, they may not understand that you are implementing Edgenuity’s already-approved courses. You may wish to call them back and speak with a supervisor to ensure you are receiving the correct information.


Edgenuity's courses are NCAA approved and student athletes are welcome to enroll in our courses through Instructional Services.

Students can take NCAA-approved courses via Edgenuity’s Instructional Services group. Edgenuity’s curriculum and instructional model has been reviewed by NCAA and found to meet their requirements for online courses. Districts and schools are welcome to enroll student athletes in Edgenuity courses through Edgenuity Instructional Services. Courses that are approved by the NCAA are listed here. Simply type “Edgenuity” into the “high school name” text field.

Remember that this means that courses taught with Edgenuity teachers (through Instructional Services) are NCAA-approved. However, districts and schools wishing to offer NCAA-eligible online courses using Edgenuity’s curriculum but not Edgenuity’s teaching services must still contact NCAA to submit documentation describing their implementation model and showing how it meets NCAA’s requirements for teacher role, no pretesting, fixed start and end date, and level of teacher-student communication. The curriculum review will go more quickly, since Edgenuity’s courses have already been reviewed and approved. For more information, please visit edgenuity.com/NCAA.

 

 

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