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Arrow Center For Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Rights And Responsibilities


  1. A fair and equitable team tryout process
  2. A quality of life (access to equipment, coaching, mode of travel, etc.) which supports their ability to compete and benefit from participation
  3. The opportunity to compete in post season play as set forth by the policies of the Center
  4. The pursuit of their' athletic interests while not at the cost of the academic/career goals
  5. An opportunity for due process should they feel their rights have been violated
  6. Participation which will promote a sense of wellness and the development of values and self esteem


  1. To maintain a full course load (minimum of 12 credit hours) at all times throughout their season of play
  2. To make normal progress toward a degree as prescribed by Institute and Center policies and the rules of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
  3. To be fully matriculated in a degree granting program
  4. To meet all other eligibility rules of the NCAA
  5. To pass a pre-participation medical clearance
  6. To conduct themselves in an exemplary manner both on the field of play and in the community
  7. To meet the high standards of conduct set forth by the Center for Human Performance and RIT