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A college shall not, however, furnish the student with any assistance (equipment, transportation, lodging or meals) when participating in such events.
Student participation in athletic events such as All-Star games must be approved by the NJCAA National Office.
Due to the unique academic and athletic situation of each individual, and the complexity of the NJCAA eligibility rules, it is recommended that each potential student-athlete discuss their athletic eligibility with the athletic personnel at the NJCAA college where they have chosen to attend.
Should the athletic staff have any questions in determining an individual's eligibility, the college may contact the NJCAA National Office for assistance.
(Students must be added to the eligibility form before participating.) Students who have not been enrolled in college in twelve (12) or more credit hours (full-time) for a period of eighteen calendar months or longer shall be exempt from previous term and/or accumulation requirements as set forth in First Season Academic Requirements of the NJCAA bylaws.
Second season student-athletes are not exempt from the Second Season Academic Requirements of the NJCAA bylaws.
Students not enrolled during the term when the season begins remain ineligible throughout the season schedule unless they enroll on the first possible enrollment date following: Students that satisfy one of the four exceptions become eligible after the previous term has ended upon registration as a full-time student for the new term.
Division III institutions may provide no athletically related financial assistance.
However, NJCAA colleges that do not offer athletic aid may choose to participate at the Division I or II level if they so desire.
Student-athletes in the NJCAA must be high school graduates or equivalent but where they received their credentials does not play a factor in their ability to participate on any of the NJCAA? The NJCAA provides opportunities for participation, including National Championships, for student-athletes in the following sports: Fall Baseball, Spring Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Fall Golf, Spring Golf, Half Marathon, Ice Hockey, Indoor Track and Field, Fall Lacrosse, Spring Lacrosse, Outdoor Track and Field, Fall Softball, Spring Softball, Fall Soccer, Spring Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Fall Tennis, Spring Tennis, Fall Volleyball, Spring Volleyball and Wrestling.
Students participating on an intercollegiate level in any one of the certified sports of the NJCAA shall conform to the requirements of the NJCAA Rules of Eligibility, the rules and regulations of the conference and region with which the college is affiliated, and also the rules of the college at which the students are attending and participating.