Campus News

NCAA stops taking transcripts from four nontraditional high schools

The NCAA will no longer accept transcripts from four more nontraditional high schools due to suspicions that the schools give fraudulent grades and diplomas to aspiring college athletes, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. The schools in Miami, Pennsylvania and South Carolina are part of 200 schools investigated by the NCAA last year.

The NCAA does not recognize diplomas from 15 schools total, down from 25 last summer. Students currently enrolled at the schools can request individual review of their transcripts in order to meet NCAA eligibility requirements.