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1 Rules Education Continuing Eligibility Non-continuous Enrollment February 2010

2 Continuing Eligibility Recap REQUIREMENTS Credit Hour 6 per term, 18 per academic year 24 after first year Percentage of Degree 40%, 60%, 80% GPA 1.8, 1.9, 2.0

3 Continuing Eligibility Recap Full-time status Continuous enrollment Degree applicable credits Pass all credits attempted

4 So what happens if… during the previous term the student earned zero hours? Examples: resigned from the University was expelled did not attend

5 Consequences How does this impact continuing eligibility?

6 Possible Consequences If full-time enrollment occurred during any part of that term the student must either meet continuing eligibility standards or qualify for a waiver. Medical Absence Waiver: “unable to complete a term as a full-time student as a result of an injury or illness”

7 Possible Consequences If full-time enrollment was not triggered, then the student may need an exception or waiver in order to meet the 18-hour requirement. All other continuing eligibility requirements are based on full-time enrollment and therefore do not apply to a term of non-enrollment.

8 OPTION When zero hours were earned and full-time enrollment was not triggered…

9 Possible Option Missed-Term Exception Can only be used once during the student’s enrollment. Provides 9 “ghost hours” to apply to 18-hour requirement. All other continuing eligibility requirements are based on full-time semesters of enrollment.

10 Missed-Term Exception Requirements Student was not enrolled during that term Student did not engage in outside competition during that term Student meets all other continuing eligibility requirements

11 Missed-Term Exception – Example 1 Susie enrolled Fall 2009 and earned 12 credits Over the holidays she decided to not return for Spring 2010 During August 2010 Certification: 6 hours in most recent full-time enrollment (Fall 2009)  18 hours in previous academic year

12 Missed-Term Exception – Example 1 Susie could utilize the missed-term exception Was not enrolled during Spring 2010 Met all applicable continuing eligibility requirements at the conclusion of most recent term of enrollment (Fall 2009) Did not engage in any outside competition during missed term

13 Missed-Term Exception – Example 2 Brad enrolled Fall 2009 but was expelled mid-semester and earned 0 hours. He was suspended for Spring During August 2010 Certification:  6 hours in most recent full-time enrollment (Fall 2009)  18 hours in previous academic year

14 Missed-Term Exception – Example 2 Brad could not utilize the exception to be eligible in August Was not enrolled during Spring 2010 Did not engage in any outside competition during missed term  Does not meet all applicable continuing eligibility requirements at the conclusion of most recent term of enrollment (Fall 2009)

15 Missed-Term Exception – Example 2 Brad could still utilize the missed-term exception During January 2011 Certification: Meets all other cont-elig requirements 6 in most recent full-time term (Fall 2010) 18 hours in previous 2 terms (missed term + Fall 2010) Did not engage in any outside competition during missed term

16 Recap Students are held accountable for each full-time term attempted. A waiver may be necessary if term was not completed. If missed-term was due to a result of an injury / illness a medical absence waiver may be more appropriate. Missed-term exception can only be used once during student’s collegiate enrollment.


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