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University of louisiana at lafayette rules education meeting march 24 2010

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Rules Education Meeting

March 24, 2010

Division I

– Transfer Regulations–


Residence requirement general principle
Residence Requirement – General Principle –

  • A student who transfers from any collegiate institution is required to complete one full academic year of residence at the certifying institution, unless the student satisfies the applicable transfer requirements or qualifies for an exception.

  • In baseball and basketball, a transfer student-athlete who satisfies the applicable transfer requirements or qualifies for an exception, but initially enrolls as a full-time student after the first term of the academic year shall not be eligible for competition until the ensuing academic year.

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Permission to contact
Permission to Contact

An athletics staff member shall not make contact with the student-athlete of another NCAA or NAIA four-year collegiate institution, directly or indirectly, without first obtaining the written permission of the first institution's athletics director (or an athletics administrator designated by the athletics director).

If you are interested in a SA at another 4 year institution, contact the compliance office and request permission to contact a SA. The compliance office will complete the “Permission to Contact/One-time Transfer Exception” form and send it to the appropriate institution.

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Permission to contact1
Permission to Contact

  • If permission is not granted, you (Head Coach):

    • shall not encourage the transfer; and

    • shall not provide athletically related financial assistance to the student-athlete until the student-athlete has attended UL for one academic year.

  • If permission is granted to contact the student-athlete, all applicable NCAA recruiting rules apply.

  • *Note: Other rerepresentatives of the institution's athletics interests are not allowed to be involved in any capacity in the recruitment of PSAs.


Intra conference transfers
Intra-Conference Transfers

  • A SA transferring from one Sun Belt Conference institution to another Sun Belt Conference member is ineligible for participation and competition in that sport for two years from the date of transfer.

  • An institution would have to get approval by the AD of the institution the SA was transferring from, and would need a statement from the SA verifying that he/she was not a recruited SA at the current school and why he/she wanted to go to the new SBC school. 


Exceptions to intra conference transfers
Exceptions to Intra-Conference Transfers

  • The first institution is placed on probation in the student-athlete’s sport; or

  • The first institution discontinues the student-athlete’s sport from varsity status.

  • The student-athlete was not involved in any violations, which resulted in his/her previous institution being placed on probation.

  • 4-2-4 Transfer

    • A 4-2-4 transfer student who attended a Sun Belt institution prior to enrolling at a junior college may transfer without penalty to another Sun Belt Conference institution subsequent to graduating from the junior college and completing all NCAA requirements.


University of new orleans
University of New Orleans

  • Any student-athletes who transfer from UNO will not have to serve the intra-conference penalty due to UNO moving to Division III status.

  • However, you must receive “Permission to Contact” from UNO for any student-athletes you wish to speak with.


Transfers and credit hour requirements

Transfers and

Credit-Hour Requirements


NO

Student-athlete must serve an academic year in residence.

1.Is a transfer exception met?

YES

2. Did the student-athlete complete six-credit hours during the last full-time term of enrollment or is the student-athlete transferring from a nondomestic institution?

NO

Student-athlete must serve an academic year in residence.

YES

3. Applicable credit-hour requirement for transfers met?

YES

Student-athlete eligible to participate.*

NO

Student-athlete is not eligible for the first term of enrollment at the certifying institution. Note: The student-athlete may regain eligibility after one term.

*Must meet percentage-of-degree requirement, if applicable.

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Six hour rule
Six-Hour Rule

  • All student-athletes (including incoming transfer student-athletes) are required to complete six hours of academic credit during the previous term of full-time enrollment.

    • Exception: Transfer student-athletes from a foreign collegiate institution do not have to meet this requirement.

  • NCAA Bylaws 14.4.3.1 and 14.4.3.1.2.1.

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Credit hour requirements for transfer students athletes bylaw 14 4 3 1 2
Credit-Hour Requirements for Transfer Students-Athletes - Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

* Remember six-hour rule, except nondomestic student-athletes.

  • One semester = six semester hours

  • One academic year = 24-semester hours

  • Three semesters = 30-semester hours

  • Four semesters = applicable percentage-of-degree requirement.

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What about percentage of degree and grade point average
What about Percentage of Degree and Grade-Point Average? Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Percentage of degree must be certified immediately on transfer if the student-athlete is entering his or her third year of collegiate enrollment or thereafter.

Grade-point average (GPA) must be certified after the first term of full-time attendance at the certifying institution.

Bylaws 14.4.3.2.2 and 14.4.3.3.1.

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Correspondence courses from another institution
Correspondence Courses from Another Institution Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

  • Credit hours earned through correspondence, extension and credit-by-examination courses from an institution other than the one in which the student-athlete was enrolled full time may not be used to fulfill the percentage-of-degree requirements at the certifying institution for continuing and transfer student-athletes.

    • Bylaw 14.4.3.4.3

  • Note: Distance learning courses taken at the SA’s previous institution, while enrolled, may be used to meet all PTD requirements.

  • Must meet applicable distance learning requirements (Bylaw 14.4.3.4.8)


4 4 transfers
4-4 Transfers Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

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Exceptions for transfers from 4 year colleges
Exceptions for Transfers from 4-Year Colleges Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

  • Military Service (at least 12 months)

  • Discontinued/Non-sponsored Sport

  • Two-Year Nonparticipation or Minimal Participation

    • Not engage in countable activities beyond a 14 consecutive day period, or neither practiced or competed in organized non-collegiate amateur competition while enrolled full time

  • Return to Original Institution without Participation or with Minimal Participation (14 consecutive day period)

  • Non-recruited Student

  • One-Time Transfer Exception


One time transfer exception
One-Time Transfer Exception Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

  • Participant in sport other than baseball, basketball, or football

  • Has not transferred previously from one four-year institution, unless in previous transfer the student used the discontinued/non-sponsored sport exception

  • Good academic standing and meets PTD requirements

  • Student-athlete’s previous institution shall certify in writing that it has no objection to the student being granted an exception to the residence requirement


Eligibility for athletic aid
Eligibility for Athletic Aid Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

  • A transfer SA from a 4 year institution may receive athletic aid only if he/she would have been academically eligible to compete during the next regular academic term had the SA remained at the previous institution.


Case studies
Case Studies Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2


Case study phillip
Case Study - Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2 Phillip

Phillip, a first-time freshman golf student-athlete, is a qualifier and meets the requirements for the one-time transfer exception.

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Case study phillip1
Case Study - Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2 Phillip

Transfer-exception analysis.

One-time transfer exception (approved by Callaway Univ).

Credit-hour analysis.

Six-credit hour requirement.

Phillip is eligible spring 2010.

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Case study james
Case Study - Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2 James

James is a qualifier and attends Duke University (Division I).

James wants to transfer to UL (Division I) to play basketball.

James participated in a three-day tryout at Duke University but did not make the team and did not receive athletics aid.

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Case study james1
Case Study – James Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Transfer-exception analysis.

Non-recruited student exception.

Credit-hour analysis.

Six hours of academic credit in previous full-time term.

Eligible for fall 2010.

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Case study phil
Case Study - Phil Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Phil is attending Georgia Tech and participates in football.

Phil wants to transfer to UL Lafayette to pursue more playing time as Phil was not recruited and does not receive athletics aid.

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Case study phil1
Case Study - Phil Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Transfer-exception analysis.

Non-recruited transfer exception.* (*See Bylaw 14.5.5.2.10.1)

Credit-hour analysis.

Six-hour requirement.

Eligible pending certification of percentage of degree (40 percent required).

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4 2 4 transfers
4-2-4 Transfers Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

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NO Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Student-athlete must serve an academic year in residence.

1.Is a transfer exception met?

YES

2. Did the student-athlete complete six-credit hours during the last full-time term of enrollment or is the student-athlete transferring from a nondomestic institution?

NO

Student-athlete must serve an academic year in residence.

YES

3. Applicable credit-hour requirement for transfers met?

YES

Student-athlete eligible to participate.*

NO

Student-athlete is not eligible for the first term of enrollment at the certifying institution. Note: The student-athlete may regain eligibility after one term.

*Must meet percentage-of-degree requirement, if applicable.

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Academic requirements
Academic Requirements Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

A 4-2-4 transfer student-athlete must meet the following requirements:

  • Average 12 hours of transferable-degree credit per semester for each term of full-time attendance at the two-year college;

  • Minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA in transferable degree credit;

  • One calendar year elapsed since transfer from previous four-year college; and

  • Graduate with AA degree.

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Case study nikki
Case Study - Nikki Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Nikki is a softball player who was a qualifier.

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Case study nikki1
Case Study - Nikki Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

Transfer-exception analysis.

Associate of Arts degree.

Does have 12 hours transferable degree credit for each full time semester enrolled (14.4.3.5)

One calendar year elapsed since previous 4-yr.

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Case study nikki2
Case Study - Nikki Bylaw 14.4.3.1.2

  • Credit-hour analysis.

  • Six-credit hour requirement.

  • Does not meet 24 hour rule

    *Must serve academic year in residence

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What if ul lafayette wanted to offer nikki athletically related aid
What if UL Lafayette wanted to offer Nikki athletically related aid?

Bylaw 14.5.6.5 requires a “4-2-4” transfer to complete at least one regular term at the two-year institution to be eligible for athletically related aid at the second four-year institution.

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2 4 transfers
2-4 Transfers related aid?

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2 4 transfer qualifier
2-4 Transfer: Qualifier related aid?

A transfer student-athlete from a 2-year college who was a qualifier is eligible for competition if (Bylaw 14.5.4.1):

At least one full-time semester of attendance at the two-year college (excluding summer);

Average 12 hours of transferable-degree credit for each full-time term of attendance at the two-year college; and

2.0 cumulative GPA in transferable-degree credit.

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2 4 transfer non qualifier
2-4 Transfer: Non-Qualifier related aid?

A transfer student-athlete from a 2-year college who was a non-qualifier is eligible for institutional financial aid, practice, and competition if (Bylaw 14.5.4.2):

At least three semesters of full-time attendance at the two-year college;

Minimum of 48-semester hours of transferable-degree credit, including 6 semester hours of transferable English credit and 3 semester hours of transferable math credit (for student-athletes initially enrolling full-time in a collegiate institution on or after 8/1/2009;

2.0 cumulative GPA in transferable-degree credit; and

Graduate with AA degree.

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Use of hours earned during summer terms
Use of Hours Earned during Summer Terms related aid?

  • Not more than a total of 18-semester hours of the transferable degree credit may be earned during summer terms, and not more than 9-semester hours of the transferable degree credit may be earned during the summer term(s) immediately prior to the transfer.


Case study cal
Case Study - Cal related aid?

Cal, a qualifier, is a baseball player.

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Case study cal1
Case Study - Cal related aid?

Transfer-exception analysis.

One full-time term.

2.000 GPA in transferable credits.

Average 12 transferable credit hours per term of full-time attendance.

Cal must complete one academic year of residence.

Credit-hour analysis.

Six-credit hour requirement.

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Case study lindsey
Case Study - Lindsey related aid?

  • Lindsey plays tennis and is a qualifier.

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Case study lindsey1
Case Study - Lindsey related aid?

Transfer-exception analysis.

One full-time term.

Average 12-credit hour/full-time term.

2.00 GPA.

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Case study lindsey2
Case Study - Lindsey related aid?

Credit-hour analysis.

Two full-time terms = 24 credits.

Six-credit hour requirement.

18-credit hour requirement.

Remember! You must go back to the last full-time term of attendance (spring 2009) to certify the six-credit hour requirement.

Will Lindsey be eligible for spring 2010?

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Answer slide lindsey
Answer Slide - Lindsey related aid?

No, but Lindsey may regain eligibility for fall 2010.

Six-credit hours

GPA

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Trivia questions

Trivia Questions related aid?


Trivia questions1
Trivia Questions related aid?

1) What two sports prohibit student-athletes from transferring mid-year and competing immediately (given the fact the student-athlete satisfies the applicable transfer requirements or qualifies for an exception)?

Answer:

  • Baseball and Basketball


Trivia questions2
Trivia Questions related aid?

2) What type of transfer has to have their AA degree regardless of whether or not they are a qualifier?

Answer:

  • 4-2-4 transfer


Trivia questions3
Trivia Questions related aid?

3) What must be obtained before contacting a student-athlete from any four-year institution?

Answer:

  • Permission to contact from the four-year institution


Trivia question
Trivia Question related aid?

4) When would a SA transfers to UL from a 4 year institution, will they be able to receive an athletic scholarship?

Answer:

  • Yes, only if the SA would have been academically eligible had the SA remained at the previous institution.


Always ask before you act

ALWAYS ASK BEFORE YOU ACT! related aid?

ANY

QUESTIONS?


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