Students competing off-campus in the summer can be nerve-wracking. Read the following to make sure you take the proper precautions to ensure their eligibility when they get back!
Today we are talking about who can and cannot practice for your institution's teams. So if there are practices on your campus then you are going to want to read this one!
Each year Legislative Services gets many questions about international competition, how it works, what are the implications, & what can a school do to ensure everything is above board, are you ready?
The 12-hour enrollment rule appears easy and straightforward at first glance, but like everything it has its wrinkles that can be tricky. Check out some case studies in this week's legislative brief.
We explore what student-athletes can do off the field, court, mat, or pool.
We understand that Amateurism can be tricky, so here are some case study scenarios from questions we have received over the past year about amateurism.
In this brief we are going to present you with three scenarios that dive deeper into forfeits, the implications on frequency of play, and scheduling.
Inter-Term, Transfer Student, Identification, Eligibility, Military Service
Season of Competition, Discontinued Sport, Junior College Transfer, Graduate Student
Season of Competition, Unattached, Intercollegiate Competition, Outside Experience, Elite Level
Transfer Hours, Transcript, 24/36-Hour Rule, Progress Rule, 12-Hour Rule, Inter-Term
ECP, Certification, Inter-Terms, Spring Semester, Eligibility