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1 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 1 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Rules Education info for Athletics Directors and Coaches. The following slides were pulled together from PowerPoint presentations given by national office staff at various conference meetings. Your conference should update and brand the information with appropriate conference information. Please contact the NAIA Legislative Services Department for updates or any additional information

2 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 2 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View [Conference] Workshop [DATE]

3 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 3 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View [Conference Name] Eligibility Workshop [NAME] [Title] [City], [ST] [DATE]

4 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 4 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Topics For Coaches: Recruiting, Financial Aid and Scheduling

5 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 5 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Basic Recruiting Principles Recruiting rules are meant to allow open communication between coaches and prospective student athletes. The association does not impose rules on: Age limits, Dead periods, or Phone call, text message or frequency limits Institutions and conferences may institute more stringent policies.

6 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 6 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Recruiting Restrictions Coaches may not contact a student if Enrolled at another institution or Drawn equipment and is engaged in practice If you are contacted by a student enrolled at another school 10 days to provide written notice of the contact to the AD or FAR of that institution Must stop contact with the student athlete until the notice is given. Applies to students at NAIA, NCAA & junior colleges If student you are recruiting enrolls or begins practicing at another institution, must stop contact immediately.

7 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 7 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View High school students No restrictions College students: Enrolled (including summer) Drawn equipment Participated in practices No contact Two-year college prospect Contact allowed after the academic year in which student uses his/her 1st season of competition. If an athlete contacts youOK if notification provided in writing to previous school within 10 days } Recruiting Contact Rules

8 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 8 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Recruiting: Tryouts/Campus Visits Prospective student-athletes may take part in organized tryouts and visits to your campus for a maximum of two days. Any tryout or visit must be allowed by general university policy for recruiting students with exceptional talents. Tryouts may only take part on your campus and may involve current student athletes. (Does not count toward 24 week season) Any prospective student must receive approval prior to any campus visit resulting in lost class time.

9 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 9 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Financial Aid All financial assistance must go through the school. Coaches, administrators and donors are restricted from providing assistance directly to a student-athlete Financial Aid cannot exceed actual costs for Tuition Mandatory fees Books Supplies Room and Board Institution may cover medical expenses related to athletics

10 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 10 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] Financial Aid: Maximum Scholarship Limits

11 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 11 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Financial Aid: Varsity Roster The financial aid limits apply only to varsity rosters. An athlete must be designated as varsity if he/she competes in any intercollegiate contest that: Is included in varsity statistics and/or won-loss record; Can be used for qualification for postseason competition; or Can be counted toward team scoring for the varsity team. Financial aid to junior varsity-only participants will not count against the institutions allowable limits and will not be reported to the NAIA.

12 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 12 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Financial Aid: Academic Exemptions Academically gifted students are exempt from the aid counted by use of the following criteria. Continuing Students: ½ Exemption GPA, Full Exemption 3.60 – 4.0 GPA Incoming Freshman ½ Exemption 1050 SAT/23 ACT, GPA, High school class rank 11% - 25% Full Exemption 1200 SAT/27 ACT, GPA, High school class rank top 10%.. Exemption is earned based on prior years final academic info.

13 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 13 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: 24-week Season All practice and competition activities must fit within a total of 24 weeks. A week is Sunday at 12 am through Saturday at 11:59 pm Maximum of 3 breaks in the 24-week season. Postseason Implications: Conference Championship – Practice time does not count from the start of the conference tournament through elimination from national championship. No Conference Championship - Practice time does not count from the end of qualification period through the national championship.

14 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 14 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Practice Definition: An activity organized and/or directed by an identified member of the coaching staff of that sport in which appropriate equipment is used or instruction and/or evaluation of the athlete takes place. Weight training and conditioning does not constitute practice and does not have to be included in the teams 24-weeks. Alumni contests are considered to be competition within the institution and fall within the definition of practice. Ineligible student-athletes may participate in practice activities and intra-squad practices with the team.

15 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 15 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Countable Competition For a contest to be considered countable toward the National Statistical Service: Institution must be accredited by one of the six recognized regional accrediting bodies in the U.S., the AUCC (Canada), or the NCCAA. Always check for non NAIA, NCAA or NCCAA schools. Institution must be a four-year degree-granting institution. Team must be a varsity program.

16 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 16 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Frequency of Play Maximum number of games, contests or playing dates [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT] [CONFERENCE SPORT][NAIA LIMIT]

17 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 17 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Exhibitions Definition: A competition against competitors not identified with the institution when the competition Does not meet the definition of a scrimmage pursuant to Article V, Section B, item 16 of NAIA Bylaws. Is noted as an Exhibition on the institutional schedule Is against a non-NAIA opponent Each sport is allowed one exhibition contest with the exception of basketball (one or more exhibitions allowed) and football (0 exhibitions allowed). Students must be eligible for exhibitions and will be charged a season of competition

18 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 18 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Scrimmages Definition: A competition against competitors not identified with the institution when: The competition is not listed or is noted as a scrimmage on the institutional schedule; No scores or statistics are reported by either institution; No admission is charged. Any sport below the maximum number of contests may conduct additional scrimmages up to the NAIA contest limit. Students must be eligible for scrimmages but will not be charged a season of competition.

19 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 19 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Additional Scrimmage Dates Scrimmage dates listed in Article I, Section F, Item 2 are games a team may play in addition to the maximum contests a team may schedule. These dates allow for jamboree type scrimmages where a school can scrimmage multiple opponents on a single day. Sport:# of scrimmage dates Baseball2 Basketball2 Cross Country0 Golf0 Soccer2 Softball2 Tennis1 Track & Field0 Volleyball2

20 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 20 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Scheduling: Summer Participation Frequency of play, practice and scheduling policies apply only during the period of August 1 to May 15. Frequency of play, practice, and scheduling during the summer is governed by the member institution and is not regulated by the NAIA. Incoming freshmen and transfers can not take part in summer practice or competitions with the team.

21 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 21 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Online Resources:

22 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 22 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View New Online Resources Mobile NAIA.org

23 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 23 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Questions or Concerns? [Eligibility Chair Contact Info]: ###.###.####


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