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Division II Two-Year College Transfers. Kelly Brummett Eric Mayes Jennifer Smith. #tbt24T. Overview. Session Outcomes. Learning Objectives. Case Studies. Resources. Session Outcomes. Leave with a clear understanding of: General transfer legislation. Two-year transfer requirements.

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    1. Division II Two-Year College Transfers Kelly Brummett Eric Mayes Jennifer Smith #tbt24T

    2. Overview Session Outcomes. Learning Objectives. Case Studies. Resources.

    3. Session Outcomes • Leave with a clear understanding of: • General transfer legislation. • Two-year transfer requirements. • Transferable degree credit and transferable GPA. • Exceptions to two-year transfer requirements. • Basic path to graduation information.

    4. Learning Objectives Understand general transfer legislation, including triggers. Ability to identify applicable transfer legislation and appropriately apply the legislation for each case study. Develop a basic understanding of the upcoming changes to the two-year college transfer legislation.

    5. General Transfer Legislation • A student who transfers from one collegiate institution to another collegiate institution must complete one full academic year in residence before being eligible to compete. • Exceptions and waivers available. Bylaw 14.5.1

    6. General Transfer Legislation • Disciplinary suspension. • If SA is disqualified or suspended due to disciplinary reasons, SA MUST serve one calendar year of residence. Bylaw 14.5.1.1

    7. General Transfer Legislation • What about: • Transfers from international institutions? • Exchange students? Bylaws 14.5.1.4 and 14.5.5.3.2

    8. General Transfer Legislation • What makes a student a transfer? • Attended class in any term when enrolled full time. • Reported for regular squad practice. • Participated in CARA. • Received athletics financial aid for a summer term. Bylaw 14.5.2

    9. General Transfer Legislation • What does not trigger transfer? • Part-time attendance (with no participation in CARA). • Attendance in summer school (unless on athletics aid), night school, extension courses. • Attendance at branch school. • Attendance at institution’s second campus. • Participated in academic exchange program. Bylaw 14.5.3

    10. Two-Year College Transfers • General rule: • A SA who transfers to a member institution from a two-year college must complete an academic year of residence, unless he or she meets the following requirements for immediate eligibility. Bylaw 14.5.4

    11. Qualifiers w/ No Previous • 4-Year College Attendance • All Other Qualifiers • Partial Qualifiers • Nonqualifiers Graduation

    12. Qualifiers w/ No Previous 4-Year College Attendance • Transfer requirements. • Attendance for at least one full-time semester or quarter. • Average of 12 hours of transferable degree credit per full-time term of attendance. • Minimum 2.000 cumulative grade-point-average. Bylaw 14.5.4.1

    13. All Other Qualifiers • Transfer requirements. • Attendance for at least one academic year as a full-time student. • Average of 12 hours of transferable degree credit per full-time term of attendance. • Minimum 2.000 cumulative grade-point-average. Bylaw 14.5.4.2

    14. Partial Qualifiers • Transfer requirements. • Attendance for at least one academic year as a full- time student. • Average of 12 hours of transferable degree credit per full-time term of attendance. • Minimum 2.000 cumulative grade-point-average. • Minimum six semester/eight quarter hours of transferable English credit. • Minimum three semester/four quarter hours of transferable math credit. • Remedial courses may not be used. Bylaw 14.5.4.2.1

    15. Nonqualifiers • Transfer requirements. • Attendance for at least one academic year as a full- time student. • Average of 12 hours of transferable degree credit per full time term of attendance. • Minimum 2.000 cumulative grade-point-average. • Minimum six semester/eight quarter hours of transferable English credit. • Minimum three semester/four quarter hours of transferable math credit. • Remedial courses may not be used. Bylaw 14.5.4.2.1

    16. Graduation • Graduation from the two-year college. • At least 25 percent of the credits earned by the student must have been earned at the institution awarding the degree. • Additional credit hour requirements (i.e., English and math) for partial and nonqualifiers are not required. Bylaw 14.5.4.2 (a) Bylaw 14.5.4.2.1.1

    17. Attendance at Multiple Institutions • No previous attendance at a four-year institution (e.g., 2-4 or 2-2-4 transfers). • Permitted to use full time terms and credit hours (including part time hours) from all previous institutions to meet transfer requirements. Bylaw 14.5.4.2.2

    18. Attendance at Multiple Institutions • Previous attendance at a four-year institution (e.g., 4-2-4, 4-2-2-4 or 2-4-2-4 transfers). • Permitted to use full-time terms and credit hours (including part-time hours) from all previous institutions following the student’s last full-time enrollment at a four-year institution. Bylaw 14.5.4.2.2

    19. Attendance at Multiple Institutions For required English and math credit: • Previous attendance at a four-year institution (e.g., 4-2-4). • Permitted to use credits hours in English and math earned at the previous four-year institution to meet credit requirements. Bylaw 14.5.4.2.1.2

    20. Does not Meet Transfer Requirements? • Qualifier • Eligible for practice and athletics aid. • Partial Qualifier • Eligible for practice and athletics aid. • Nonqualifier • Eligible for nonathletics aid.

    21. Case Study • Augustus Gloop was certified as a final qualifier by the NCAA Eligibility Center. • Gloop initially enrolled full time at Veruca Salt College (a two-year institution).

    22. Case Study • Gloop did not graduate from Veruca Salt College. • Gloop plans to enroll at a Wonka University (a four-year institution) in the 2014 fall term. • Wonka University accepted nine hours of transferable degree credit. • Three credits in English and three credits in math.

    23. Case Study • Eligibility Status: Qualifier with no previous attendance at a four year institution. • Term(s): One full -time term. • Credits Earned: 18 total; but nine transferable. • What about the English and math? • Cumulative GPA: 2.950 • Is Gloop eligible for competition? • No, Gloop is not meeting average of 12 transferable hours. • Does Gloop have an opportunity to meet transfer requirements? • Yes, he could use credit hours taken during the summer term prior to enrollment at the four-year to meet transfer requirements.

    24. Transferable Credit May count courses accepted as degree credit in any of its colleges, schools or departments. Credit hours for courses with grades not considered acceptable for transferable degree credit for all students shall not be counted. Bylaws 14.5.4.4.3 and 14.5.4.4.3.1

    25. Transferable GPA • Grades in all courses that are normally transferable to an institution must be considered in the GPA calculation for transfers. • Regardless of the grade earned and whether such grade makes the course unacceptable for transferable degree credit. Bylaw 14.5.4.4.3.2

    26. Case Study

    27. Case Study • Which courses are included in the calculation? • All courses that are normally transferable to the institution. • Although our institution will not accept Calculus because the student did not earn a C or better, the course is included in the GPA calculation because Calculus normally transfers to our institution. • We cannot use the Calculus course in determining the transferrable degree credit.

    28. Case Study

    29. Case Study • What is Violet’s transferable GPA? • QP: 9+4+12+9+8+9+6+12+12+6=87 • Total credits: 3+4+3+3+2+3+3+3+3+3=30 • Transferable GPA: 87/30=2.90

    30. Case Study • How many of Violet’s credits transfer? • Total credits: 3+3+3+2+3+3+3+3+3=26 • English 101 • Psychology 101 • Spanish I • Intro to College Life • English 102 • Finite Math • Sociology • US History • Spanish 2

    31. Timing of Transfer SA must complete 2-4 transfer requirements before the student-athlete transfers to the certifying institution. Otherwise, SA must serve one academic year of residence. Bylaw 14.5.4.4.5

    32. Competition in Year of Transfer • If SA has competed at the two-year college during the segment that concludes with the NCAA championship, then SA is not eligible during that segment in the same academic year at the certifying institution. • Even if SA meets two-year college transfer requirements. Bylaw 14.5.4.4.7

    33. Progress-Toward-Degree In addition to meeting two-year college transfer requirements, SA must also meet PTD. Transfer students must have a minimum of six-semester or six-quarter hours of transferable degree credit during the last term of full-time enrollment. Bylaws 14.4.3.1 and 14.4.3.1.1

    34. Exceptions • Only qualifiers may use a two-year college transfer exception. • Discontinued/nonsponsored sport. • Original collegiate institution. Bylaws 14.5.4.5, 14.5.4.5.1 and 14.5.4.5.1.1

    35. Exceptions Nonrecruited student. Two-year nonparticipation. Return to original institution. Bylaws 14.5.4.5.2, 14.5.4.5.3 and 14.5.4.5.4

    36. Break-Out Session/Case Study

    37. Break-Out Session/Case Study • Facts: • Nonqualifier. • 4-2-4 transfer. • Did not graduate from the two-year institution. • Fall sport participant. • Institutional Policy: Wonka University accepts all courses in which the student earned a grade C or better.

    38. Academic and Participation History Slugworth University (four-year). SA did not participate in athletics.

    39. Academic and Participation History Veruca Salt College (two-year). SA practiced and received athletics aid.

    40. Academic and Participation History Veruca Salt College. SA practiced, competed and received athletics aid.

    41. Academic and Participation History Veruca Salt College. SA practiced and received athletics aid.

    42. Academic and Participation History Veruca Salt College.

    43. Questions to Ask… What bylaw applies? Does Charlie meet an exception? Must Charlie graduate from the two-year college? How many transferable credits does Charlie need? English? Math? How many transferable credits does Charlie have? English? Math? What is Charlie’s transferable GPA? Does Charlie meet PTD? Is Charlie eligible 2014 fall term?

    44. Questions to Ask… • What bylaw(s) apply? • Division II Bylaws 14.5.4.2 and 14.5.4.2.1. • Does Charlie meet an exception? • No. • Must Charlie graduate from the two-year college? • No. • How many transferable credits does Charlie need? English? Math? • 36 transferable hours. Six hours English. Three hours math.

    45. Questions to Ask… • How many transferable credits does Charlie have? English? Math? • 36 transferable hours. Six hours English. Three hours math. • What is Charlie’s transferable GPA? • 2.364. • Does Charlie meet PTD? • No. Did not have six transferable hours from last term of full-time enrollment. • Is Charlie eligible 2014 fall term? • No.

    46. Path to Graduation

    47. Path to Graduation Three options for a two-year transfer to be immediately eligible at a Division II institution. Effective for two-year transfer initially enrolling at a Division II institution on or after August 1, 2016.

    48. *For a nonqualifierwho meets all the two-year transfer requirements EXCEPT the 2.200 GPA but has a minimum 2.000 GPA, the SA is eligible for practice and financial aid.