1. In order to be eligible for non-conference, conference and postconference competition, you must A) be continuously and actively enrolled and attending class in a minimum of 12 units at my community college during the season of sport, notwithstanding other articles/bylaws of the CCCAA Constitution and Bylaws. (Bylaw 1.3.1) B)*Of the 12 units, at least 9 shall be attempted in courses counting toward remediation, career technical education/certificate courses, associate degree requirements, transfer/general education, and/or lower division theoretical major preparation courses as defined by the college catalog and/or articulation agreements and be consistent with my educational plan. C) The college shall certify that you have an individual educational plan on file. (Bylaw 1.3.7)
2. Actual competition in a scheduled game, meet, or match (except scrimmages for CCCAA purposes) during a sports season shall be recorded as one season of competition in that sport. (Bylaw 1.5)
3. In order to be eligible for the second season of sport, you must A) successfully complete and pass 24-semester/36-quarter units at an accredited postsecondary institution and B) complete a minimum 6 units during your last full-time term*. C) The 24-semester/36-quarter unit count begins with and includes the units taken during the first semester/quarter of competition for that sport and must be completed prior to the beginning of the semester or quarter of the second season of sport. D) Units from a course repeated to raise a grade of “D” or better shall not be counted to satisfy this second-season-of-sport unit eligibility rule. (Bylaw 1.6) E)*Of the 24-semester/36-quarter units to be completed, 18-semester/27-quarter units shall be in course work counting toward remediation, career technical education/certificate courses, associate degree requirements, transfer/general education, and/or lower division theoretical major preparation courses as defined by the college catalog and/or articulation agreements and be consistent with my educational plan. (See Bylaw 1.6.1.D)
4. Once you have competed in a CCCAA-sanctioned sport, you must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA and complete a minimum of 6 units during your last full-time term* to continue to be eligible for any sport.
5. You may not and have not: participated or competed at another college during this season of sport and have not attended an intercollegiate athletic class. You also understand that as a member of a team sport, you may not compete/practice with any outside team in that sport during the season of that sport (See sports listed in Bylaw 3.7).
6. You have never been paid for athletic competition, have never signed a professional contract and you are an amateur in this sport.
7. You may not receive financial assistance (housing, transportation etc.) or other special privileges for your participation in athletics.
8. To be eligible to transfer and compete at an NCAA college, you may need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and meet specific transfer requirements.