- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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.
- 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).
- You have never been paid for athletic competition, have never signed a professional contract and you are an amateur in this sport.
- You may not receive financial assistance (housing, transportation etc.) or other special privileges for your participation in athletics.
- 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.