Month: August 2018

  • AP Credits and Repeat Courses

    Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 12 A repeat course is defined as “a course previously passed with a grade of “D” or better in any term, summer or non-term, and subsequently retaken.” Interpretation When a student earns AP credit in high school and subsequently transfers that credit to an NAIA school, and the school […]

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  • International Student – Multiple Graduation Dates

    Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 2 Note 3 “An incoming freshman who graduated from a high school outside of the United States or one of the U.S. territories shall meet the same eligibility criteria required of a regular freshman student listed in Article V, Section C, Item 1 and Article V, Section C, Item […]

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  • Indoor Soccer & Futsal

    Bylaw: Article V, Section B, Item 23 “Varsity Intercollegiate Sport: A sport that has been accorded that status by the institution’s chief executive officer or committee responsible for intercollegiate athletics policy and satisfies all of the following conditions: It is a sport that is administered by the department of intercollegiate athletics; It is a sport […]

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  • Paying for Passports for Student-Athletes

    Bylaw: Article II, Section B, Item 2a – b “Expenses incidental to intercollegiate athletic competition may be provided by an institution, directly or via an institution’s representative or authorized booster. … For students who are members of an intercollegiate team, additional ancillary expenses are permissible when such expenses are related to the student’s membership on […]

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  • Progress Rule Exception for 2nd Season of Competition

    Bylaw: Article V, Section C, Item 9a Exception 1 “To participate a second season in a sport, all students must have accumulated at least 24 semester/36 quarter (or equivalent) institutional credit hours. EXCEPTION: A freshman who initially becomes identified after the first term in the fall shall meet this requirement by having passed 12 semester […]

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  • 21-Day Withdraw and Return to Institution

    Bylaw: Article V, Section F, Item 3 “If a student identified with an institution officially withdraws from that institution within 21 calendar days following the start of term and returns and becomes identified with the same institution (without becoming identified at another institution), the student shall not be charged with a term of attendance for […]

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  • Online Courses – Identification

    Bylaw: Article V, Section B, Item 9 “Any credit hour attributed to a course that is recorded on the transcript with a grade and credit hours earned. Institutional credit hours shall be accepted for eligibility certification purposes only after the instructor submits the completed course grade in the normal manner to the institutional registrar for […]

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