2022 Graduate Student Eligibility Interp

At the 2022 NAIA National Convention, the National Eligibility Committee (NEC) reviewed the continuing eligibility requirements for graduate students and ...
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Summer Activities with Prospective Student-Athletes

Who is considered a prospective student? Article V, Section B, Item 16: A prospective student is any individual, regardless of ...
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Transfers & Permission to Contact

Do I need a permission to contact form? A permission to contact is solely an NCAA rule. This bylaw requires ...
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Transfer Release Exceptions

See this article regarding the requirement for a release per Article V, Section G, Item 1. A student shall have ...
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Transfer Release

When does a student need a transfer release? In general, a transfer student is subject to a 16-week residency period ...
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Progress Rule vs. 24/36-Hour Rule

The two core NAIA continuing eligibility requirements, the 24/36-Hour Rule and the Progress Rule, are often mistaken for one another. However, ...
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Progress Rule GPA & Exception

Bylaw Article V, Section C, Item 9b and exception Amended at the 2021 National Convention - Applicible for all eligibility ...
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Additional Scrimmage Dates for Lacrosse, Softball, & Women’s Volleyball

Bylaw: Article I, Section H, Item 2 “The following number of scrimmage dates per sport will be allowed in addition ...
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Calculating Forfeits & Rescheduled Games into FOP Limits

Bylaw: Article I, Section H, Item 1 “The maximum number of varsity games, contests or playing dates an institution may ...
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Extended Games & Frequency of Play Limits

Bylaw: Article I, Section H, Item 1 “The maximum number of varsity games, contests or playing dates an institution may ...
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