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Transfer Issues

From one California Community College to another California Community College If the student has played a sport at a California Community College they need 12 units at the second Ca. Comm. College and they must meet the second season of a sport requirement (go to "second season of sport" below) to be eligible for a second season.

If the student played a different sport at another California Community College then they need 12 units at the second Ca. Comm. College and a 2.0 gpa cumulative between seasons from both schools.
From any university or an out of state community college If the student has played a sport at University or the out-of-state Community College they need 24 units and a 2.0 gpa before they are eligible for a second season of competition at the California Community College.

If they are playing a different sport they only need a 2.0 gpa

If they did not play any sport then they are immediately eligible.

To a division one university from a Community College If they are qualifiers they need to average 12 transferable units per full time semester with a 2.0 gpa and attend community college for one year to be eligible for competition at the university.

OR

Complete an AA degree and have 48 transferable units with a 2.0 gpa.
To a division two university Complete 24 units and average 12 transferable units per full time semester with a 2.0 gpa to be eligible for competition at the university. (2 ft semesters = 24 units, 3 ft semesters = 36 units, etc.)

OR

Complete an AA degree and have 48 transferable units with a 2.0 gpa.
To a division three university They are eligible to compete if they were eligible at the College of the Siskiyous.

Eligibility

First season of any sport
(initial eligibility)
Everyone is eligible regardless of gpa or number of units completed.
First season of one sport but previously played another sport No unit requirement, but they must have a 2.0 gpa.
Second season of a sport Must have 24 units completed and a 2.0 between seasons.

The units and gpa must be from classes that are completed before the first day of the semester that they will play their second season.
January Intersession Only counts toward Spring sport eligibility if it is posted on the transcripts as a fall class and the course is completed BEFORE the first day of the spring semester.


If a student has not competed, no requirements are needed except to be enrolled in 12 units during the season of competition.

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