Article V, Section B, Item 20 – Concurrent Enrollment

Bylaw: Article V, Section B, Item 20 “Term of Attendance: A term of attendance is any quarter, semester or trimester ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 3 – Credits Used for 12-Hour Enrollment Rule

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 3 “The student must be identified and enrolled in a minimum of 12 institutional ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 6 – 24/36-Hour Rule Exception 3: Competition After Two Quarter Terms of Attendance

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 6 “A student in a quarter system must have accumulated 24 institutional credit hours ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 9 – Progress Rule Exception Mixed Terms

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 9 “To participate a second season in a sport, all students must have accumulated ...
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Article V, Section D, Item 4 – Retaining Eligibility for NAIA Postseason

Bylaw: Article V, Section D, Item 4 “A student who is eligible during the regular sport season for a particular ...
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Article V, Section D, Item 5 – Undergraduate Courses for Graduate Identification

Bylaw: Article V, Section D, Item 5 “A student who has completed all academic requirements for graduation from a four-year ...
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Article V, Section D, Item 5 – Second Major Area of Study

Bylaw: Article V, Section D, Item 5 “A student who has completed all academic requirements for graduation from a four-year ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 9 – Progress Rule Calculation: Term Totals vs. Accumulated Totals

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 9 “To participate a second season in a sport, all students must have accumulated ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 9 – 48-Hour General Education Requirement, Transfer Students

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 9 “To participate the fourth season in a sport, all students must have accumulated ...
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Article V, Section C, Item 8 – Junior Academic Standing

Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 8 “Upon reaching junior academic standing as defined by the institution, a student must ...
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