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Table of Contents, Article V Student Athlete Eligibility 1. Section 1 General Eligibility Regulations 1, Section 2 Academic Eligibility 1. A General Academic Requirements 1, B Entrance Eligibility 1. High School Graduate 2, Home School 2, Foreign Transcripts 2. C Enrollment Eligibility 3, Full Time 3, Mid Season 3.
Examination 3, Repeat Courses 3, Remedial and Developmental Studies 3. Withdrawal 4, Break of Enrollment and Delay of Enrollment 4. D Academic Progress 4, First Season Academic Requirement 4. Second Season Academic Requirement 5, General Academic Requirements 5. Examination Credits 5, Intersession and Accumulation 5.
E Academic Eligibility Exceptions 5, Certified Disabled Student Athlete 5. 18 Months Non Full time Attendance 6, Section 3 Compliance 7. A General 7, B Eligibility Form 7, Electronic Certifiction 7. Deadlines 7, Recertification 7, Addition and Deletion of Participants 8. Late or Omitted Eligibility Forms 8, Non Participation Form 8.
Eligibility Audits 8, General Transfer Provisions 10. Transfer Probation Probation Term 10, Transfers from an NJCAA Member College 10. D Violations and Penalties 11, Postseaon 11, Section 4 Amateur Status 12. A Amateur Athletes 12, Table of Contents continued. B Rules Governing Amateur Status 13, Professional Organizations Agents Advisors 14.
C All Star and Open Competition 14, Olympic Tryouts. D Region or Conference Sponsored Sport Showcase 15. Section 5 Seasons of Eligibility 16, A Student Athlete Season of Participation 16. Section 6 Postseason 18, Section 7 Health 18, A Physical Examination 18. Article VI Grant In Aid and Recruitment 20, Section 1 Scholarships and Grants in Aid 20. A General Requirements and Definitions 20, B Permissible Aid 20.
Non Athletic Scholarships and Grants in Aid 21, Adopt a Player Host Family Programs 21. C Impermissible Aid, D Cancellation and Modification of Grants in Aid 22. Section 2 Letters of Intent 23, A General Information and Definitions 23. B Proper Filing 23, Signature Requirements 23, Electronic Submission 23. C Recruitable Athletes 24, D Release Agreements 24.
E Multiple Letters of Intent and Enrollment at Alternate Member College 24. F Simulated Letter of Intent Signings 23, Section 3 Recruitment 24. A General Information and Definitions 24, B On Campus Recruiting 25. Unofficial Visits, C Off Campus Recruiting 26, D Impermissible Contact 26. Section 4 Tryouts and Auditions 26, A General Information and Definitions 26. B Duration and Maximums 26, C Expenditure of Funds 26.
D Eligible Prospective Student Athlete 27, Section 5 Booster Clubs 27. Section 6 Violations and Enforcement 27, Table of Contents Continued. Article VII Member Colleges Sport Policies and Guidelines 29. Section 1 Sport Procedures 31, A Termination of Sport or Season 31. B Multi Sport Participants 31, C Limits and Dates 31. D Additional Sport Specific Procedures 31, Section 2 Practices and Scrimmages 31.
A Practice 31, General Information and Definitions 31. In Season 31, Off Season 32, Open Gym 33, B Scrimmage 33. Section 3 Junior Varsity 33, Section 4 Club Teams 33. Section 5 Non NJCAA Sanctioned Games 34, Section 6 Polls 34. Student Athlete Eligibility, Student Requirements for Participation in NJCAA Athletics In order to participate in an NJCAA sanctioned sport a student athlete must be.
in good academic standing in accordance with the rules and bylaws of the NJCAA the member region and the individual institution He. she must be an amateur who has not exhausted his her eligibility and who is in good health The sub sections of Article V contain rules. detailing and defining these requirements, Section 1 General Eligibility Regulations. A Effective Date All NJCAA Rules of Eligibility become effective on new effective date August 1 All grandfather clauses from past bylaw. changes were terminated effective August 1 1989 All participants must meet the terms of the current effective NJCAA bylaws for the year. of their participation, B Member colleges must prepare and file individual student eligibility information that is accurate current complete and organized into an. audit ready file, Section 2 Academic Eligibility, A General Academic Requirements. A 1 In order to participate a student athlete must meet entrance eligibility requirements enrollment requirements and accumulation. requirements or meet qualifications for limited exceptions. A 2 Student athletes must be making satisfactory progress within an approved college program or course as listed in the college. A 2 a Classes utilized for any academic eligibility portion must be. A 2 a i Credit or credit equivalent bearing AND, A 2 a ii Approved by the college governance structure AND. A 2 a iii Listed in the college course archives system AND. A 2 a iv Listed on an official college transcript, A 2 b Courses offered for Continuing Education Units CEU may not be used for NJCAA eligibility purposes.
A 2 c Credits offered solely as part of a certificate program and not a college degree program may not be used for NJCAA. eligibility purposes, A 3 Academic Year As defined by the NJCAA begins on August 1 and concludes July 31 the following year. A 4 Definitions and Requirements, A 4 a Term The word term as used within Article V refers to official unit of class attendance at a college typically quarter. semester or trimester, A 4 a i Summer sessions are considered a term and student athletes who enroll in a summer session full time. at the same institution utilizing any combination of summer school sessions shall have that term count. as a full time term for all eligibility rules, A 4 a ii Institutions using a modified administrative term will be evaluated by the NJCAA National Office and an. interpretation will be ruled, A 4 b GPA A student athlete s grade point average GPA shall be determined by dividing the earned passing accumulated.
quality points by the corresponding earned passing credit hours at each institution of attendance. A 4 b i GPA is calculated to the 1 100th of a point Example 2 87. A 4 b ii Rounding up the GPA is not permissible, A 4 c Pass Satisfactory Classes graded on a Pass Fail or Satisfactory Unsatisfactory which are successfully completed by. a student athlete shall be calculated as C grades for the GPA for NJCAA purposes. A 5 Transfer Academic Eligibility Transfer students must meet the academic requirements of Article V Section 2 D by the 15th. calendar day of the term which they choose to participate to be considered for immediate eligibility In addition to transfer. regulations student athletes who transfer must conform with all generally applicable academic regulations. B Entrance Eligibility, B 1 A student athlete must be a graduate of a high school with a state department of education approved standard academic. diploma state department o education approved general education diploma or a state department of education approved high. school equivalency test A student athlete who does not possess state department of education credentials as listed above. must provide transcripts that have been translated to English interpreted and approved by the college s registrar Home. School certifying statement per Article V Section 2 B 2 f i I the undersigned do hereby solemnly attest that this student has. completed a secondary school education in a home school setting on the date indicated and under the laws governing the state. and county in which the home schooling occurred This certifying statement must be notarized. B 1 a High school graduation is documented with a final official high school transcript which identifies the school student. date of graduation and has an administrative signature. B 1 b Student athletes who have passed a state approved equivalency exam but have not been awarded the certificate or. diploma may establish eligibility by submitting written proof of their successful completion and the member institution. keeping such proof passing scores in their audit file. B 1 c Student athletes who enroll in college prior to meeting the minimum requirements of Article V Section 2 B 1 shall not. be eligible for participation Additionally any enrollment that takes place prior to meeting the minimum requirements. of Article V Section 2 B 1 shall not be subject to any accumulation or transfer regulations provided the entire term. takes place prior to the student meeting Article V Section 2 B 1. B 2 Home School In determining NJCAA entrance eligibility the college shall review the student athlete s home school high school. transcript The home school transcript must clearly display the following information. B 2 a Student s name first middle last and date of birth. B 2 b For each course completed include the following. B 2 b i Specific course title, B 2 b ii Units of credit for each. B 2 b iii Time frame or semester in which completed. B 2 b iv Grade received, B 2 c Description of grading system used such as a grade scale or grade key. B 2 d Graduation date month day year indicating completion of secondary school education. B 2 e The name of the home school administrator who organized taught and evaluated course work if not the parent. named in item B 2 g below, B 2 f The following statement or one substantially similar shall appear above the parent signature line described in item.
B 2 g below, B 2 f i I the undersigned do hereby solemnly attest that this student has completed a secondary school. education in a home school setting on the date indicated and under the laws governing the state and. county in which the home schooling occurred, B 2 g Name and address of parent or legal guardian with a space for their signature The transcript is to be signed in the. presence of the Notary Public see item B 2 h below. B 2 h The transcript must be notarized and include. B 2 h i Notary Public signature, B 2 h ii Printed name. B 2 h iii Date, B 2 h iv State and county, B 2 h v Date commission expires. B 2 i The transcript must be mailed by the preparer directly to the college Admissions and Records office. B 2 j If assistance is needed in creating a home high school transcript the following website may be helpful www hslda. B 3 Foreign Transcripts Interpretation of Foreign Transcripts Where translation of foreign transcripts is required translation for the. purposes of NJCAA eligibility is the responsibility of the student athlete. B 3 a Foreign transcripts of student athletes who attended a foreign high school and whose high school credentials. confirming graduation or completion of secondary eduaction which is in a language other than English must be. translated, B 3 b Foreign transcripts of student athletes who previously attended a foreign college or university and participated in.
intercollegiate or club athletics must be translated. B 3 c Foreign transcripts of student athletes who attended a college or university in Canada or any U S Territory or. Possession are required and must be translated, B 3 d Foreign transcripts of student athletes who previously attended a foreign college or university which was neither in. Canada nor a U S Territory or Possession and who did not participate in intercollegiate or club athletics need not be. translated as they are not permitted to be used for NJCAA eligibility. C Enrollment Eligibility, C 1 Full Time Enrollment Full time enrollment is defined as 12 or more credit hours Full time enrollment must be established on the. 15th calendar day of the beginning of the regular term as listed on the college academic calendar and maintained. C 2 Full Time Requirement Student athletes must be enrolled in full time status at the college of participation using any combination. of sessions regular term mini term fast track term within a term A minimum of nine 9 credits must begin before the end of. the published regular season schedule of the student athletes chosen sport. C 2 a Late Enrollment Student athletes who are not enrolled full time on the 15th calendar day of the regular term as. published in the college course catalog shall be ineligible for the remainder of the term. C 2 b Mid Term Enrollment, C 2 b i Student athletes who are not enrolled full time at the college of participation when the regular season. schedule of the sport of participation begins shall remain ineligible throughout the season schedule. unless the student athlete enrolls on the first possible enrollment date after one of the following. C 2 b i a Their release from Active Armed Services of the United States with a discharge other. than dishonorable, C 2 b i b Their return from an official church sanctioned religious mission. C 2 b i c Their graduation from a high school or receipt of a state department of education. approved equivalency diploma, C 2 b i d Their transfer from a college or university which has permanently ceased competition in.
that sport after the school year begins an NJCAA member college which has dropped a. sport after the school year begins, C 2 b ii Mid Term Enrollment Exceptions Student athletes who meet one of the f0our exceptions of Article. V Section 2 C 2 b i shall become eligible at the first possible enrollment date following the approved. C 2 c Examination Enrollment Student athletes may utilize credits earned by examination in limited instances. C 2 c i Student athletes may utilize credit hours earned by ins. Eligibility Rules Pamphlet National Junior College Athletic Association 2018 2019 Effective August 1 2018 National Junior College Athletic Association

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