The NCAA requires that each student-athlete make satisfactory progress toward earning their degree to remain eligible to participate in NCAA intercollegiate athletics. While it is ultimately the responsibility of the student-athlete to make sure they meet all eligibility requirements, academic advisers plays an important role in helping student-athletes maintain eligibility by being informed on and following guidelines that will help to ensure that student athletes are in compliance with NCAA Academic Eligibility Regulations.
|Eric Guerra||Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Student-Athlete Services||(206) email@example.com|
|Dan Scheid||Assistant Athletic Director for Academics and Student-Athlete Support||(206) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andy Patton||Assistant Director for Academics & Student-Athlete Support||(206) email@example.com|
To comply with NCAA requirements, the advisee:
Contact Seattle University Athletics Compliance for more information.
If a student-athlete's grade-point average is putting them at risk of losing NCAA eligibility: Shortly after quarter grades have been posted, the Athletics Administration office will send notification to advisers of any advisees who are at risk. Students should take advantage of campus learning and study resources and quarterly skill-building workshops.
Competition related class absences - Faculty members receive Class Absence Notification letters from the Athletic administration office informing them of all competition related absences during the quarter by student athletes in their class.
Adding or dropping a class following initial registration - Students must notify the Assistant Athletic Director/SWA so that Class Absence Notification letters are sent to the right instructors.
Changing majors - Students should contact the Assistant Athletic Director/SWA. Changes in a degree program can affect a student-athlete's NCAA eligibility depending on what courses transfer from the former major and what new course requirements there are. *** The 40/60/80 Percentage-Toward-Degree requirement will be important consideration.
Taking summer school classes at another institution - Students must obtain written prior approval from the Registrar and notify the Assistant Athletic Director/SWA.
Declaration of Major Requirement - Student-athletes must officially declare a degree program by the start of the 7th quarter (junior year). Once they have declared a degree program, all course work taken thereafter should be applicable to that degree program.
Education Abroad Opportunities and Challenges - Each year a handful of student-athletes travel abroad. There are real financial and eligibility concerns that make it essential for student-athletes to understand before traveling abroad. Student-athletes should consult with Education Abroad, their academic adviser, and their coach early in the planning stages for any experience away from Seattle U.
In response to the delayed graduation rate information, the NCAA sought a more immediate snapshot of a team's progress to graduating student-athletes. APR is term by term measure of student-athlete retention and eligibility. Two points are awarded for each student-athlete who is eligible and retained each semester. These points are totaled for a team APR.
Everyone on athletic aid-including 5th year and medical redshirts
Eligibility-would be eligible for the next term
Retention-enrolled on census date next term
Each term counts separately
Penalties may be given to teams which fall below a 925 score (out of 1,000). Penalties could include loss of scholarship, recruiting visits, and decrease of practice times per week. Public recognition of high and low APR scores will be announced annually.
Fall Quarter "in season" – Soccer, Volleyball, XC, tennis/golf (early), swimming/basketball (late)Winter Quarter "in season" – Basketball, swimming, indoor track, tennis, baseball/softball/golf (late)Spring Quarter "in season" – Baseball, softball, golf, tennis, outdoor track