15.01.7 Award period. The award period begins when the student-athlete receives benefits under the student`s scholarship on the first day of teaching for a certain university term or the first day of exercise, depending on the date of the previous term, until the end of the period provided in the financial assistance agreement. A sports scholarship must not be awarded beyond the five-year duration of the student-athlete`s assistance. (Revised: 27.10.11) The financial agreement binds the athlete to absolutely nothing and can be signed at any time. However, the school remains required to maintain its final agreement if the athlete decides to participate. 15.3.1 Student-athlete eligibility for financial assistance. Institutional financial assistance may be granted for any mandate during which a student-athlete is regularly followed as a student, with the remaining authorization under Act 12.8, or as an eligible graduate under Act 14.6. (Review: 27.10.11, 07.08.14) 18.104.22.168.1.1. An institution may only grant sports financial assistance to a student-athlete for a period of less than one academic year: (Suppose: 4/27/06 effective 8/1/06, Review: 5/9/06, 4/24/08 effective 8/1/08, 5/19/09, 1/15/11 effective 8/1/11, 8/7/14) A student-athlete whose first full-time follow-up to the certification body takes place mid-year (e.g. B, the beginning of the second semester or the second or third term of a university year) may receive financial assistance for the remainder of the academic year. b) closing/quarter semester.
A student-athlete may receive sports-related financial assistance for less than one academic year, provided that the student is in the last semester or two quarters of his or her studies and the university certifies that the student (for credit) provides the courses required to meet the requirements of higher education. (c) the previous academic year was completed and will be used for eligibility during the following fall period. A student-athlete who graduated from the previous academic year (including summer) and who will use his or her athletics right during the following fall may receive sports-related financial assistance for less than one academic year. (d) a unique exception. Once a student-athlete is enrolled in the certification body, he or she may receive athletics assistance for less than one academic year, provided that the student-athlete is enrolled full-time in the certification body for at least a regular academic period and has not previously received any financial assistance from the certification institution. e) Depleted non-medical meters. A student-athlete who has exhausted the right and is exempt from counting (under Law 22.214.171.124) within the institution`s financial aid limit, or a student-athlete exempted from counting due to injury or illness (according to Law 126.96.36.199) may receive sports-related financial assistance for less than one academic year. When an institution grants aid under this provision, the institutional grant agreement contains specific non-sporting conditions (for example. B academic requirements) that the student-athlete must meet in order to extend the allowance for the next study period or subsequent study conditions. If the student-athlete meets the conditions, the university provides financial assistance of an equivalent amount for the next term or the conditions of the academic year. If the student-athlete does not meet the conditions, he must have a listening opportunity according to Demongb 188.8.131.52. 184.108.40.206.2 Unauthorized Reception.
An institution must not reduce the financial assistance of a future student or student-athlete from the time the future student-athlete or student-athlete signs the financial aid letter until the completion of the period provided by the financial assistance agreement, unless it complies with Code 220.127.116.11.