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					What You Need to Know About
 the NAIA Eligibility Center
       Part 1: Before Registration
                         Presenters:

John Leavens, Executive Director of the NAIA Eligibility Center
     Marcus Manning, Director of Membership Services
      Angela Crawford, Manager of Eligibility Services
                  NAIA National Office

       Heidi Hoskinson, Registrar, Friends University
Moderator: Scott Crawford, KCAC Conference Commissioner
    Introduction to PlayNAIA Manager

   Your school’s NAIA Eligibility Center home
    base

   AD grants access permissions

   Login at PlayNAIA.org

 Manage Short List, access NAIA Connections,
    view the Directory of Competition
Login for PlayNAIA Manager
PlayNAIA Manager homepage
             What to tell recruits

   Tell them to register early!

 Eligibility requirements/what to have ready
    when registering

   How the registration process works
           Who needs to register

   Short Answer: All first-time NAIA participants

 Long Answer: For 2011-2012 only, current full-
    time NAIA students who maintain full-time
    enrollment in the 2011-12 academic year do
    NOT need to register.
Questions?
What You Need to Know About
 the NAIA Eligibility Center
Part 2: Student Registration and Competitive Experience
                         Presenters:

John Leavens, Executive Director of the NAIA Eligibility Center
     Marcus Manning, Director of Membership Services
      Angela Crawford, Manager of Eligibility Services
                  NAIA National Office

       Heidi Hoskinson, Registrar, Friends University
Moderator: Scott Crawford, KCAC Conference Commissioner
                   Short List

   Add serious recruits from registered students
    to help the EC determine priority PSAs

   Exclusive to your school; cannot be seen
    outside your school

   Use your Short List to view a PSA’s status
View student’s status in the Short List
              NAIA Connections

   Optional service for registered students

 Customized Sport Resume that can be sent
    directly from student to up to 5 schools or
    searched by school

   Find Sport Resumes in PlayNAIA Manager
NAIA Connections Sport Resume
NAIA Connections school search
Sport Resumes sent to your school
      Directory of Competition and
         competitive experience
   DOC is an evolving database of competitive
    experiences throughout the world

   Leagues/events categorized as Countable, Not
    Countable, Pending, Submitted for review

   Most students are not impacted by competitive
    experience rule
Directory of Competition
      Directory of Competition and
         competitive experience
   DOC is an evolving database of competitive
    experiences throughout the world

   Leagues/events categorized as Countable, Not
    Countable, Pending, Submitted for review

   Most students are not impacted by competitive
    experience rule
              12-month window

   One season of competition per given 12-month
    period of time

   Exceptions to this rule

   Guidelines for arranging 12-month windows
         Unattached competition

   Students competing unattached or on outside
    teams can be charged a season of competition
    beginning in 2011-2012

   Students competing unattached in 2010-2011
    will not be charged a season of competition

   Legislation proposed for convention
Questions?
What You Need to Know About
 the NAIA Eligibility Center
      Part 3: Eligibility Determinations
                         Presenters:

John Leavens, Executive Director of the NAIA Eligibility Center
     Marcus Manning, Director of Membership Services
      Angela Crawford, Manager of Eligibility Services
                  NAIA National Office

       Heidi Hoskinson, Registrar, Friends University
Moderator: Scott Crawford, KCAC Conference Commissioner
      Registrations by the numbers
      (current as of March 1, 2011)
   Total started: 16500

 Total NAIA Connections participants: 2607
   Total complete registrations submitted: 7292

   Total Early Decision Eligible: 1203

   Male = 4173 (57%); Female = 3119 (43%)

   International students = 416 (6%)
                    Top 5 states

   California: 867

 Texas: 482
   Kentucky: 385

   Missouri: 364

   Illinois: 340
    Top 5 countries outside the U.S.
    (54 total countries represented)
   Canada: 108

 England: 83
   Australia: 32

   Brazil: 27

   Sweden: 23
       Registrations by sport
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What a student’s status means
NAIA Eligibility Center operations and
         standards of service
   Timeline for determinations

      What a student’s status means
        How we operate

        Timeline has not changed with the opening
         of the EC
NAIA Eligibility Center operations and
         standards of service
   Early Decisions

 Staffing
   Standards of service
         Eligibility determinations

   Requirements for international students

 Role of the campus and FAR in helping with
    eligibility determinations

   Policy for reviewing determinations
International students page on PlayNAIA
         Eligibility determinations

   Requirements for international students

 Role of the campus and FAR in helping with
    eligibility determinations

   Policy for reviewing determinations
     Request for review must include

   The specific eligibility criteria in question

 The institution’s rationale for disagreeing with
    determination

   Factual evidence to support the institution’s
    recommendation
Questions?
What You Need to Know About
 the NAIA Eligibility Center
    Part 4: After the Eligibility Determination
                         Presenters:

John Leavens, Executive Director of the NAIA Eligibility Center
     Marcus Manning, Director of Membership Services
      Angela Crawford, Manager of Eligibility Services
                  NAIA National Office

       Heidi Hoskinson, Registrar, Friends University
Moderator: Scott Crawford, KCAC Conference Commissioner
Request for appeal may be made if there is
       demonstrable evidence of:
     Misapplication of NAIA rules; or

   The decision having been reached in a
      capricious or arbitrary manner; or

     Bias or discrimination in the decision-making
      process
        Appealing determinations

   May be submitted after the final determination
    has been made

   Schools with the student on their Short List will
    be notified

   Appeals are reviewed by the NEC or CEC
Appealing determinations: New evidence

    If the committee determines the information
     submitted by the school meets the definition of
     “new evidence,” the case will be referred to the
     Eligibility Center for further review.
    Appealing determinations:
Possible decisions of the committee
   The case is returned to the EC for
    reconsideration

   None of the conditions for hearing an appeal
    have been met – appeal not considered

   One or more of the conditions for hearing an
    appeal have been met – appeal is reviewed
    and determination on student’s eligibility made
    Role of the campus/FAR after the
    eligibility determination is made
   Responsible for certifying students on campus
    and the completion of eligibility forms

       Freshman eligibility certificate = eliminated

       Competitive experience form = modified

     Transfer eligibility statement = shared
       Official eligibility certificate and certificate of
        clearance = unchanged
Questions?
                   Thank you!

   The NAIA Eligibility Center staff is always
    happy to answer your questions:

        ECinfo@naia.org

        816-595-8300

 The archived webinar & slides will be available
    at www.PlayNAIA.org under “NAIA Members”

				
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