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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, FARs and Compliance Offices.  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 Agenda  [YEAR] Approved Legislation  Updated Online Resources  Eligibility Overview, Reminders & FAQs  Certification  Eligibility Center Determinations  Continuing Eligibility  Terms of Attendance  Seasons of Competition

5 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 5 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View

6 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 6 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View [AMENDMENT NAME]  [Option 1: Give an overview of the bylaws amendment and provide a list of the ways the change impacts various items:  [Item 1]  [Item 2]  [Item 3]

7 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 7 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View [AMENDMENT NAME]  [Option 2: Give the intent of the rule from the approved legislation page.]  [Highlight one important aspect of the rule change]  [Provide an EXAMPLE of how the rule change works in practice]

8 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 8 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View EXAMPLE: Home School Waivers  Amendment #14 established the NAIA Home School Committee (HSC) as the entity responsible for issue a home school waiver to a student showing academic preparedness even though the student fails to meet the elevated test score requirements.  Expedites the process for home schooled students.  Adds to the CFAR Policy section a description of how the HSC will evaluate a home schooled student.

9 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 9 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Online Resources:

10 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 10 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View New Online Resources Mobile NAIA.org

11 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 11 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Eligibility – Overview, Reminders and FAQs

12 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 12 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Eligibility: Official Eligibility Certificate  Certification is required for all students competing during the applicable term.  Applies to scrimmages, exhibitions and regular contests at the freshmen, jv and varsity levels.  Required prior to the first competition in any term during which a team will compete.  Delineation of duties and checks & balances are important.

13 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 13 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  Student who is certified for participation in the fall must be recertified to play in winter (quarter only) or spring terms  Must be recertified by midnight on the 21 st day after the end of the previous term (Article V, Section B, Item 3)  Must stop participating immediately upon discovering the student no longer meets continuing eligibility requirements Eligibility: Recertification

14 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 14 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Eligibility: Certificate of Clearance  Certification is required for all students competing during the applicable academic year.  Applies to scrimmages, exhibitions and regular contests at the freshmen, jv and varsity levels.  Required prior to the first competition of the year during which a team will compete.  This acts as a FERPA waiver.

15 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 15 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Eligibility: First Time NAIA Participants Entering Freshmen Transfers w/out prior NAIA participation All first-time NAIA participants must register at and receive an Eligibility Center determination prior to participating in any contest (scrimmage, exhibition or regular season).www.playnaia.org

16 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 16 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Eligibility FAQ - First Time NAIA Participants  What about a “red-shirt” who transfers to a new school?  What if a student gets a determination but does not enroll for a during the applicable term?  What if a student gets a determination but decides to participate in a different sport? Use the Eligibility Situation Analysis any time you have a question about whether a student requires reactivation. Available at NAIA.org/legislative & PlayNAIA Manager

17 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 17 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Applies to any student who has not identified with a postsecondary institution of higher education for at least 2 semesters/3 quarters Freshmen must meet 2 out of 3 requirements:  2.0 GPA  Finish in top half of the student’s graduating class  18 on the ACT or 860 on the SAT (Math & Reading only) Article V, Section C Eligibility: Freshman Eligibility Requirements

18 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 18 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  Only accept class rank calculated after 8 th semester of high school  If there are multiple variations of class rank  Rank used to determine valedictorian  If no class rank appears on the transcript  Can accept a letter from the principal/headmaster certifying student graduated in top 50% Article V, Section C, Item 2 Eligibility FAQ – Freshmen Class Rank

19 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 19 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Information required for Learning Disability exception:  Student’s diagnosis  IEP or 504 plan, if available  ACT/SAT results, including subsection scores  Accommodations institution commits to make for this student, particularized to student’s specific disability and needs  All transcripts  Any information showing a student’s academic preparedness CFAR Policy III Eligibility FAQ – Learning Disabilities

20 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 20 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Applies to any student who has previously identified for 2 semesters/3 quarters To be eligible for competition, must meet:  12-Hour Enrollment Rule  24/36-Hour Rule AND if applicable  Progress Rule  2.0 GPA for Juniors & Seniors Article V, Section C Eligibility: Continuing Eligibility Requirements

21 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 21 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  Credits for 24/36-Hour Rule are always taken at face value  Never convert quarters credits to semester credits (or vice versa)  Always based on original transcript  Unless student has three consecutive quarter TOAs, always use the two most recent TOAs  Needs 24 hours Article V, Section C, Item 6 Example: Quarter / Semester / Quarter Eligibility FAQ – 24/36-Hour Rule & Mixed Terms

22 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 22 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Continuing Eligibility 24/36 hour rule 4th academic year Article V, Section C, Item 6 1 st Academic Year: Fall – 12 credits Spring – 12 credits Meets 24-Hour rule for Fall of the 2 nd Academic Year.

23 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 23 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Continuing Eligibility 24/36 hour rule 4th academic year Article V, Section C, Item 6 1 st Academic Year: Fall – 12 credits Spring – 12 credits 2 nd Academic Year: Fall – 15 credits Spring – 6 credits Summer – 3 credits Meets 24-Hour rule for Fall of the 3 rd Academic Year.

24 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 24 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Continuing Eligibility 24/36 hour rule 4th academic year Article V, Section C, Item 6 1 st Academic Year: Fall – 12 credits Spring – 12 credits 2 nd Academic Year: Fall – 15 credits Spring – 6 credits Summer – 3 credits 3 rd Academic Year: Fall – 12 credits Spring – Did not Identify 0 credits Does not meets 24-Hour rule for Fall of the 4 th Academic Year

25 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 25 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  Student participation and withdrawal from institution prior to start of academic term (Note: Progress Rule still applies)  Junior college transfer who needed less than 24 hours during last two semesters to get associate’s degree IF:  Identified in no more than five semesters  Passed all hours during term in which degree was earned  First term of collegiate competition:  If in first 4 semesters = freshman eligibility rules  If in semesters 5+ = 2.0 GPA in all courses attempted Article V, Section C, Item 6 Eligibility FAQ – 24/36-Hour Rule Exceptions

26 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 26 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  Repeat courses previously passed with a “D” or better in any term, (including summer, non-term) cannot count towards 24/36 hour rule.  Excludes:  Failed classes  Classes student did not receive any credit for  One repeat course/term previously passed with a “D” may be counted towards 12 hour enrollment rule.  Repeat: sufficiently similar in content and description  Course catalog description and registrars on campus  Structure, credits awarded, supplementary components, for majors or non-majors, where the course is in the sequence Article V, Section C, Item 12 Eligibility FAQ – Repeat Courses

27 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 27 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Continuing Eligibility Progress Rule Article V, Section C, Item 9 2 nd Season of Competition: Must accumulate at least 24 Semester Credits 36 Quarter Credits 3 rd Season of Competition: Must accumulate at least 48 Semester Credits 72 Quarter Credits 4 th Season of Competition: Must accumulate at least 72 Semester Credits (48 gen ed./major credits) 108 Quarter Credits (72 gen ed./major credits)

28 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 28 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Continuing Eligibility 2.0 GPA Requirement Article V, Section C, Item 8 & 9 Junior Academically and/or 3 rd Season of Competition: 2.0 Cumulative GPA Senior Academically and/or 4 th Season of Competition: 2.0 Cumulative GPA

29 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 29 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View  First TOA at your institution: cumulative GPA from all transcripts Total Quality Points achieved Total GPA Hrs attempted  After initial TOA at your institution: use institution's cumulative GPA policy for all students  Retention/Graduation GPA is only used if it is the only GPA  If multiple “cumulative GPAs” appear, use whichever GPA institution uses to determine honors, graduation, etc. Cum GPA = Article V, Section C, Item 8-9 Eligibility FAQ – Calculating GPA

30 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 30 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View An NAIA student may only compete during the first 10 semesters/15 quarters of full-time enrollment.  Any term (excluding summer sessions) in which the student becomes identified will be considered a term of attendance.  Exceptions: V.E.1a-b  Pregnancy  Debilitating illness Eligibility: Terms of Attendance

31 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 31 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View 3rd season 2nd season 1st season 4th season Article V, Section B, Item 18 Eligibility FAQ – Identification  A student immediately identifies with an institution:  Upon participating in an intercollegiate contest, or  Is enrolled in 12 hours as noted on the institutional transcript as of the institution’s official census date

32 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 32 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View 2nd season 4th season A student may compete in 4 seasons of competition in any sport Includes:  Intercollegiate competition  Varsity, JV or Freshman  Transfer students’ SOC are determined by previous association  Non-intercollegiate “elite level” competition  Can include collegiate club play  Does not include U19 leagues Article V, Section B, Item 18 Eligibility: Seasons of Competition

33 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 33 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View 3rd season 2nd season 1st season 4th season Article V, Section B, Item 18 Eligibility FAQ – Elite Level Competition  FAR should review the student’s competitive experience on the Competitive Experience Form when:  Student has a break in continuous NAIA enrollment  Student was not charged while at a non-NAIA school  Cannot be charged more than 1 SOC in 12-month period for outside competition  Competition after May 15 will be charged within the 12-month period that includes the subsequent academic year

34 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 34 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View 1st season Article V, Section B, Item 18 Eligibility Example – Competition after May 15th Academic Athletic HS Grad. Fall 2011 Sp Sm. 2012Fall 2012 Sp Sm Fall st SOC Break in Enrollment ? 2 nd SOC Identified Both Semesters 1 st SOC Identified Fall Semester

35 [Insert CONFERENCE NAME via Slide Master View] 35 Insert Conference Logo via Slide Master View Questions or Concerns? [Eligibility Chair Contact Info]: ###.###.####


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