Prospective-Athlete Form

Eligibility Requirements for Intercollegiate Team Participation

IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE ON AN INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAM, a student must be full-time, matriculated, and carrying 12 or more credits or credit hours . In addition, students who attended full-time the previous semester must have completed as least 12 credits with a 1.75 grade-point average. The student must also have a medical report on file in the College's Health Services Office.

Waivers of this regulation may be granted only in exceptional cases and after consideration of a written appeal by the student. Students should consult with the coordinator of men's athletics or the coordinator of women's athletics to determine their status.

Note: To remain in good academic standing at Queensborough, students must maintain the academic standing requirements of the college as stated on pages 23-32 of the College Catalog.

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act

Under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (1994), students may request information on participation rates, financial support, and other information pertaining to men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs. Information is available from the Department of Athletics (RFK Building, Room 206C).

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This form is not an official college application.

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Academic Information

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Athletic Information

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