Please complete this form if you are going to compete on team or individually outside of CU. This form must be completed PRIOR to any participation.
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188.8.131.52 - Exception.
A student-athlete may compete outside of the institution's declared playing and practice season as a member of an outside team in any noncollegiate, amateur competition during any official vacation period published in the institution's catalog. The number of student-athletes from any one institution shall not exceed the applicable limits set forth in Bylaw 17.28.2.
184.108.40.206 - Exception -- Soccer, Women's Volleyball
In soccer, women's volleyball, a student-athlete may compete outside of the institution's declared playing and practice season as a member of an outside team in any noncollegiate, amateur competition, provided:
(a) Such participation occurs not earlier than May 1;
(b) In soccer, women's volleyball, the number of student-athletes from any one institution does not exceed the applicable limits set forth in Bylaw 17.28.2;
(c) The competition is approved by the institution's director of athletics;
(d) No class time is missed for practice activities or for competition; and
(e) In women's volleyball, all practice and competition is confined to doubles tournaments in outdoor volleyball, either on sand or grass.
220.127.116.11 - Competition as Individual/Not Representing Institution.
It is permissible for a student-athlete to participate in outside competition as an individual during the academic year in the student-athlete's sport, as long as the student-athlete represents only himself or herself in the competition and does not engage in such competition as a member of or receive expenses from an outside team.
NCAA Bylaw 14.7.4(a) permits a basketball student-athlete to compete during the period between June 15 and the first day of classes, on a team in a league approved by the Management Council (per Bylaw 30.16), provided the student-athlete has received written permission from the institution’s athletic director prior to participation in that league.
All Division I players must limit their competition to one team in one league [Bylaw 30.15(e)(3)] and no team may have more than two players with eligibility remaining from any Division I or two-year institution. League play must be within 100 air miles of CU or the student athlete’s official residence at the end of the previous academic year.
Additionally, student-athletes CANNOT receive payments for play or expenses of any kind.
Please check which type of event you are participating in:
By checking the below box, I certify that the above information is accurate and complete. I acknowledge my responsiblity to abide by the regulations in NCAA Bylaws 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 and 30.14. I understand that any participation in outside competition without prior approval may jeopardize my eligibility. If my participation information changes, I will notify the Compliance Office immediately.
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