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NCAA RULES EDUCATION IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND STAFF SESSION. MARCH 9, 2012. On the Agenda. Playing and Practice Limits Academic Progress Rate Progress Toward Degree Facilities Questions??. Playing and Practice Limitations. Out of Season

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Ncaa rules education idaho state university faculty and staff session

NCAA RULES EDUCATION IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND STAFF SESSION

MARCH 9, 2012


On the agenda

On the Agenda

  • Playing and Practice Limits

  • Academic Progress Rate

  • Progress Toward Degree

  • Facilities

  • Questions??


Playing and practice limitations

Playing and Practice Limitations

  • Out of Season

    • 8 Hours per week/No more than 2 hours of individual skill related instruction.

      • (NCAA BYLAW 17.1.6.2 through 17.1.6.2.3)

  • In Season

    • 20 Hours per week/4 Hours per Day

      • (NCAA BYLAW 17.1.6.1)

  • No Missed Class Time Due to Practice

  • Letters sent to faculty members to inform of missed class days due to athletic competition first week of each semester.

    • (ISU Student-Athlete Handbook, p. 37)


  • Academic progress rate apr

    Academic Progress Rate (APR)

    • Measures real-time assessment of a team’s academic performance

    • Based on the most recent 4 years of eligibility and retention data

    • A 1000 point scale

    • 925 APR score roughly correlated with 50% GSR

    • Teams with APR <925 suffer penalties

    • Data Collection began in 2003/2004


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    Academic Progress Rate (APR)

    • Only scholarship student-athletes included in the calculation

    • A total of 4 APR points can be earned by each student-athlete per year

      • 1 APR point if academically eligible to compete the next semester and meeting NCAA’s standards for progress toward degree

      • 1 APR point if retained by the program in the next semester (staying enrolled)


    Apr calculation

    APR Calculation

    • Student is academically eligible and remains at the school for both semesters-4/4

    • Student is eligible fall semester and plays basketball through the final game of the spring, and then drops out of school without completing classes (2/2 in fall; 0/2 in spring)

    • Student is eligible fall semester and plays basketball, is ruled academically ineligible for the spring, but stays in the program and regains eligibility for the following fall (1/2 in fall; 2/2 in spring)

    • Student is eligible fall semester and plays basketball through the final game of the spring, completes the spring semester in good standing, but then transfers to another university (2/2 in fall; 1/2 in spring – can get retention point back if we receive verification from transfer institution that student is enrolled full-time)


    Apr calculation1

    APR Calculation

    • Year 1 – 50/52 APR Points-961

    • Year 2 – 46/52 APR Points-884

    • Year 3 – 47/52 APR Points-903

    • Year 4 – 48/52 APR Points-923

    • Total: 191/208 APR points

      • APR score of 918 – calculated by dividing 191 by 208 and multiplying by 1000


    Apr penalty structure

    APR Penalty Structure

    • Contemporaneous Penalties

      • Scholarship Reductions

    • Historical Penalties

      • Penalties are progressive and cumulative

      • Designed to punish habitual offenders

      • Scholarship reductions, practice restrictions, post-season competition ban, up to restricted NCAA membership status for all teams


    Why have contemporaneous penalties

    Why Have Contemporaneous Penalties?

    • Goal of NCAA Division I Academic Performance Program (APP) is to provide student-athletes with an exemplary educational experience

    • Serve as an early warning

    • Attention-getting penalties

    • Catalyst for change for academically underperforming teams

    • Support behavioral shifts needed to meet progress-toward-degree-requirements


    Historical penalties

    Historical Penalties

    Penalties are progressive and cumulative

    Occasion One: Public Announcement (CP also may apply)

    Occasion Two: Public announcement PLUS scholarship reductions and practice restrictions

    Occasion Three: Public announcement, scholarship reductions, practice restrictions, PLUS postseason competition ban

    Occasion Four: Public announcement, scholarship reductions, practice restrictions, postseason competition ban, PLUS restricted membership status for all teams


    Historical penalty structure

    Historical Penalty Structure

    • Institutions must demonstrate three “clean” years (multi-year APR above 900) in order to avoid progression in the historical-penalty structure

    • If a team does not get to 900 or at least show significant progress toward 925, they move to the next occasion.


    Progress toward degree

    Progress Toward Degree

    • NCAA Staff Educational Video


    Facilities

    Facilities

    • NCAA BYLAW 12.4.2.1 Fee-for-Lesson Instruction.A student-athlete may receive compensation for teaching or coaching sport skills or techniques in his or her sport on a fee-for-lesson basis, provided:  (Revised:  1/9/96 effective 8/1/96, 4/25/02 effective 8/1/02)

    • (a) Institutional facilities are not used; (Adopted: 4/25/02 effective 8/1/02)

    • (b) Playing lessons shall not be permitted; (Adopted: 4/25/02 effective 8/1/02)

    • (c) The institution obtains and keeps on file documentation of the recipient of the lesson(s) and the fee for the lesson(s) provided during any time of the year; and (Adopted: 4/25/02 effective 8/1/02)

    • (d) The compensation is paid by the lesson recipient (or the recipient's family) and not another individual or entity. (Adopted: 4/25/02 effective 8/1/02)

    • (e) Instruction to each individual is comparable to the instruction that would be provided during a private lesson when the instruction involves more than one individual at a time.  (Adopted: 4/2/03 effective 8/1/03)

    • (f) The student-athlete does not use his or her name, picture or appearance to promote or advertise the availability of fee-for-lesson sessions.  (Adopted: 4/2/03 effective 8/1/03)


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    Facilities

    • 13.11.1.6 Tryout Events.A member institution or conference may not host, sponsor or conduct a tryout camp, clinic, group workout or combine (e.g., combination of athletics skill tests or activities) devoted to agility, flexibility, speed or strength tests for prospective student-athletes at any location.  An institution or conference shall not host, sponsor or conduct any portion (e.g., instructional clinic) of an event that also includes agility, flexibility, speed or strength tests for prospective student-athletes that are conducted at a separate location. 


    Facilities2

    Facilities

    • 13.15.1.4 State High School Association Use of Member Institution's Facilities.

    • An institution may permit a state high school association to use its facilities to host state high school championship events at a reduced rate.  (Adopted: 4/28/05)


    Compliance contacts at isu

    Compliance Contacts at ISU

    • Joel Vickery

      • Director of Compliance

        • x3332

    • Nancy Graziano

      • Associate Athletic Director for Student Support/SWA

        • x4503

    • Scott Benson

      • Faculty Athletics Representative

        • x2860

    • Jeff Tingey

      • Athletic Director

        • x4068


    Questions

    Questions?


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