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1 Monthly Education Session November 2012 Permissible Activities for Partial Qualifiers & Student Managers 1

2 2 This month’s educational session will look at exactly what activities partial qualifiers and student managers can and cannot participate in for your program.

3 3 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier.

4 4 Bylaw Qualifier Bylaw Qualifier - A qualifier is a student who, for purposes of determining eligibility for financial aid, practice and competition in Divisions I and II institutions, ALL has met ALL of the following requirements:

5 5 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Qualifier Bylaw Qualifier - A qualifier is a student who, for purposes of determining eligibility for financial aid, practice and competition in Divisions I and II institutions, ALL has met ALL of the following requirements: (a) Graduation from high school;

6 6 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Qualifier Bylaw Qualifier - A qualifier is a student who, for purposes of determining eligibility for financial aid, practice and competition in Divisions I and II institutions, ALL has met ALL of the following requirements: (a) Graduation from high school; (b) Successful completion of a required core curriculum consisting of a minimum number of courses in specified subjects;

7 7 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Qualifier Bylaw Qualifier - A qualifier is a student who, for purposes of determining eligibility for financial aid, practice and competition in Divisions I and II institutions, ALL has met ALL of the following requirements: (a) Graduation from high school; (b) Successful completion of a required core curriculum consisting of a minimum number of courses in specified subjects; (c) Specified minimum grade-point average in the core curriculum; and

8 8 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Qualifier Bylaw Qualifier - A qualifier is a student who, for purposes of determining eligibility for financial aid, practice and competition in Divisions I and II institutions, ALL has met ALL of the following requirements: (a) Graduation from high school; (b) Successful completion of a required core curriculum consisting of a minimum number of courses in specified subjects; (c) Specified minimum grade-point average in the core curriculum; and (d) Specified minimum SAT or ACT score.

9 9 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Partial Qualifier ONE Bylaw Partial Qualifier - A partial qualifier is a student who does not meet the requirements for a qualifier but who, at the time of graduation from high school, presents ONE of the following academic requirements:

10 10 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Partial Qualifier ONE Bylaw Partial Qualifier - A partial qualifier is a student who does not meet the requirements for a qualifier but who, at the time of graduation from high school, presents ONE of the following academic requirements: (a) Successful completion of a required core curriculum consisting of a minimum number of courses and a specified minimum grade-point average in the core curriculum; or

11 11 First, lets look at what the differences are between a qualifier and a partial qualifier. Bylaw Partial Qualifier ONE Bylaw Partial Qualifier - A partial qualifier is a student who does not meet the requirements for a qualifier but who, at the time of graduation from high school, presents ONE of the following academic requirements: (a) Successful completion of a required core curriculum consisting of a minimum number of courses and a specified minimum grade-point average in the core curriculum; or (b) Specified minimum SAT or ACT score.

12 12 Here is a sample list of partial qualifier eligibility:

13 13 Here is a sample list of partial qualifier eligibility: Eligible For Academic Tutoring Services Community Engagement Activities CARA ( excluding competition & on campus only ) Athletics Scholarship Institutional Awards Banquet Athletics Medical Insurance Student-Host on Official Visit Use of Training Room Seated on Team Bench During Contests (home contests only & may not dress in uniform)

14 14 Here is a sample list of partial qualifier eligibility: Eligible ForNot Eligible For Academic Tutoring ServicesOutside Competition Community Engagement ActivitiesTeam Manager CARA ( excluding competition & on campus only )Team Travel Athletics ScholarshipPromotional Activities Institutional Awards Banquet (institutional, charitable, educational Athletics Medical Insurance or non-profit promotions Student-Host on Official Visit Use of Training Room Seated on Team Bench During Contests (home contests only & may not dress in uniform)

15 15 A more detailed list of what qualifiers and partial qualifiers are eligible for can be found in your NCAA Division II Manual (Figure 14-3, page 106)

16 16 Now lets look at the differences between a student-athlete manager and a non-athlete student manager.

17 17 Student-Athlete Manager A student-athlete, who is a full qualifier, may serve as a student-manager and is eligible for all activities of a student manager and a full athletic qualifier.

18 18 Student-Athlete Manager A student-athlete, who is a full qualifier, may serve as a student-manager and is eligible for all activities of a student manager and a full athletic qualifier. A student-athlete, who serves as a manager, must also meet all applicable legislation for eligibility, including initial-eligibility requirements (academic and amateurism), progress-toward-degree requirements, full-time enrollment and Division II Bylaw 17 (playing and practice seasons) requirements.

19 19 Non-Athlete Student Manager A non-recruited student may also serve as a team manager, but with certain restrictions:

20 20 Non-Athlete Student Manager A non-recruited student may also serve as a team manager, but with certain restrictions: Eligible For Financial Aid Team Travel ( transportation, lodging & meals ) Apparel

21 21 Non-Athlete Student Manager A non-recruited student may also serve as a team manager, but with certain restrictions: Eligible ForNot Eligible For Financial AidPractice Team Travel ( transportation, lodging & meals )Competition ApparelIndividual Skill Instruction CARA ( i.e., practice player )

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