Transfers

Tracking Division I Graduate Transfers

Division I student-athletes who earn a bachelor’s degree prior to exhausting their athletics eligibility may go on to compete as graduate students for another school provided they meet certain criteria (NCAA Bylaw 14.6.1) or obtain an NCAA waiver...

Council recommends transfer policy change

The waiver process for certain Division I undergraduate student-athletes could change to allow for extra time to complete a degree rather than the opportunity to compete immediately after transfer.

Leadership Council considers transfer change, delays final decision

The Division I Leadership Council will consider a change to the waiver process and could make a decision this spring.

Division I Transfer change could come this week

The Division I Leadership Council subcommittee studying the issue of transfers will make recommendations to the full Leadership Council at the NCAA Convention to make changes to the division’s transfer rules, which would be passed on to the Division I Board of Directors for approval by the end of the week.

Division II clarifies transfer guidelines

The NCAA staff is using clarified guidelines to determine which Division II student-athletes will receive waivers of the rule that requires some student-athletes to sit out a year of competition after transferring. Members of the Division...

DII two-year college transfer proposals molded to individual circumstances

By David Pickle Two-Year College Transfer Recommendation Highlights Any two-year college transfer student-athlete possessing an associate of arts degree from an accredited institution would be immediately eligible, as long as they have...

Membership modifies transfer waiver guidelines

The NCAA staff will use altered guidelines when determining which student-athletes will receive waivers of the rule that requires some student-athletes to sit out a year of competition after transfer. Members of the Division I Legislative...

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