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Lincoln University NCAA Rules Education.  Sources of financial aid.  Exempted aid.  Financial aid from outside sources.  Reduction and cancellation.

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1 Lincoln University NCAA Rules Education

2  Sources of financial aid.  Exempted aid.  Financial aid from outside sources.  Reduction and cancellation.  Determining equivalencies.  Newly adopted legislation.  Questions.

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4  All funds administered by the institution including:  Scholarships.  Grants.  Tuition waivers based on athletics ability.  Loans. NCAA Bylaw

5  Aid from government or private sources if institution:  Selects recipient; or  Determines amount of aid; or  Provides matching or supplementary funds. Bylaw (b)

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7  Aid from person student-athlete is naturally or legally dependent.  Aid awarded with no relationship to athletics ability.  Education expenses from the United States Olympic Committee.  Count in sport-by-sport limit.  Count against full grant-in-aid. Bylaw

8  Awarded from an established and continuing outside program:  Award made based on past performance or overall record;  Written notification must be provided to the certifying institution; and  The donor of the aid may not dictate where the recipient must attend.  Does not count against sport limit.  If RECRUITED award counts against student-athlete’s full grant- in-aid limit. Bylaw

9  Aid awarded from an established and continuing outside program:  Recognition of outstanding high school graduates.  Written notification must be provided to the certifying institution.  Award may only be provided once.

10  The donor may not:  Dictate where the recipient must attend; or  Be a representative of athletics interest or booster.  If RECRUITED award counts against sport limit.  Award counts against student-athlete’s full grant-in-aid limit. Bylaw

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12 Type of AidRecruited?Sport LimitFull Grant-in-Aid Outside grant, athletics major criterion Yes No Yes Outside grant, athletics not a major criterion YesNoYes No No (Yes, if receiving athletics aid).

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14  Aid that does not count in the student-athlete’s:  Full grant-in-aid; or  Cost of attendance.  Aid that does not count in institutional financial aid limitations. Bylaw

15  Academic award for outstanding academic achievement or research grant, provided:  Standing scholarship or established research grant;  Basis of award is academic record at awarding institution; and  Competition among the students of a class or college. Bylaw (a)-(2)

16  Academic Awards:  Awarded independently of athletics;  Normal arrangement for academic scholarships;  Amount consistent; and  Must meet exemption criteria. Bylaw

17  Based on high school performance:  Meets minimum institutional criteria; and  Meets high school criteria:  Ranked in upper 20 percent of graduating class or cumulative grade-point average of at least (based on maximum 4.000); or  Minimum ACT score of 100 or minimum SAT score of 1140.

18  Student-athlete does not meet the exemption criteria based on the high school record:  At least one academic year in college; and  Achieved a cumulative grade-point average of for all academic work at the awarding institution.

19  Legitimate loans provided:  Regular repayment schedule;  Available to all students; and  Administered the same for all students. Bylaw (b)

20  Out-of-state tuition waivers with no relationship to athletics ability.  Employee dependent tuition benefits.  Postgraduate scholarship awarded in accordance with Bylaw Bylaw (b)

21  Exempted government grants.  Pell Grants.  Supplemental Educational Opportunities Grants.  State government grants.  Other grants listed in Bylaw  Operation Gold Grant. Bylaws and

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23  An institution may reduce or cancel institutional aid during the period of the award, provided:  Renders himself or herself ineligible for competition;  Fraudulent misrepresentation;  Serious misconduct; or  Voluntary withdraw. Bylaw  Requires a hearing opportunity. Bylaw

24  Voluntary withdraw allows an institution to reduce or cancel financial aid.  Aid cannot be awarded to another student-athlete:  In the term of reduction or cancellation; or  During the ensuing academic term, if the award was cancelled prior to the regular academic term.

25  Aid may be awarded to a another student-athlete, provided:  Institution did not award the maximum equivalency in that sport.  Aid may be awarded in the same academic term as the voluntary withdraw.

26  A student-athlete requesting permission to contact another institution does not equate to voluntarily withdrawing from a team. Staff Interpretation [Reference: 1/26/05, Item No. 1a]

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28 Amount of student-athlete’s countable institutional financial aid received Value of institution’s full grant-in-aid

29 $3,000 + $5,000 = $8,000 Institutional awards $18,000 In-state full grant-in- aid Lanie is a volleyball student-athlete receiving a $3,000 institutional scholarship for graphic design and a $5,000 athletics award for volleyball. The full in-state grant-in-aid at Kennedy University is $18,000. = 0.44

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31  Establishes a "hierarchy model" for financial aid in sand volleyball.  A multisport student-athlete (volleyball and sand volleyball), aid counts against the volleyball equivalency.  Maximum equivalency of 5.0 for sand volleyball.  No competitive advantage in volleyball by offering sand volleyball financial aid to student-athletes who were recruited to play volleyball.

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