All student-athletes must be enrolled in 12 hours to be eligible to compete in a given term
Student-athletes classified as juniors must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA to remain eligible
Student-athletes must have passed a minimum of 24 hours during the preceding calendar year to be eligible
To become eligible for a second year of competition a student must have passed 24 hours. For a third year, 48 hours, and for a fourth year, 72 hours.
Repetition of courses are not included in the 24 hour rule. Example: if a student-athlete takes ENG 112 in the fall, receives a D and retakes ENG 112 in the spring, this does not count as 6 hours towards the 24 hour rule. It only replaces the original 3 hours of ENG 112.
General Athletics Preferences
Access to syllabus for each class on-line
Early morning classes, especially labs
Avoidance of afternoon and early evening classes
Sport Specific Preferences
Erik Hagen x8207
Last scheduled class each day: 2:00 MWF and 2:10 T-T.
Avoid afternoon labs in the spring and fall, morning or evening labs preferable. If unavoidable, afternoon labs in the fall.
Menâ€™s Basketball (fall and spring)
Jason Mays x7093
Due to practice time constrictions, no classes between 3:00 and 7:30 MWF and between 3:30 and 7:30 T-T. Exception: Labs with only one meeting per week. Often professors allow students to attend other sections of labs to avoid potential conflicts.
A minimum of 15 hours each semester.
Womenâ€™s Basketball (fall and spring)
Susan Johnson x8060
Last scheduled class each day: 2:00 MWF and 2:10 T-T
Avoid T-T labs after 3:30 PM, especially Thursday during spring semester, as these are conference game days. If possible, avoid all labs ending after 3:30 PM regardless of day.
Language labs: Attempt to avoid 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 PM lab slots.
Cross Country (fall)
Kevin Calhoun x7060
Fifteen hours max load during fall semester.
Schedule labs for morning or after 6:00 PM.
Classes finished by 4:00 PM daily.
Craig Mullins x7942
If possible, no classes between the hours of 3:30 and 6:00 every day both semesters.
Golf (fall and spring)
Flash Williams x8206
Classes completed by 2:00 each day.
Labs scheduled for MWF in mornings or after 5:00 PM.
Maintain class loads of 16 hours per semester maximum.
Men’s: Derek WIllis x7044
Women’s: Leah Crews x7961
Earlier classes, anything in the morning during the fall semester.
Labs/evening classes during spring.
Thomas Thornton x7017
During the fall semester prefer that student-athletes take a more difficult class load than spring, as well as late afternoon classes.
During spring semester, no more than 15 hours.
Late classes or labs during spring semester on Mondays.
Spring semester, last class at 1:00 PM MWF and 12:45 TT.
Kevin Calhoun x7060
Schedule heavier classloads during fall semester, along with any afternoon labs or seminars.
Early morning classes preferable.
Minimum of 15 hours each semester, prefer no more than 16 during spring.
If labs necessary Mondays preferred both semesters.
Heavier schedule for Tuesday-Thursday classes during spring semester.
Nick Griffin x7019
If at all possible, be out of class by 3:00 PM MWF and 3:25 TR during the fall semester. Save late classes for spring semester.
Carry a minimum of 15 hours or 16 hours if there is a 4 hour class.
Schedule Tuesday/Thursday classes when possible during the fall due to Friday/Saturday tournament play during fall semester.