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13-14 Tulane Compliance & Eligibility
Transcript of 13-14 Tulane Compliance & Eligibility
Compliance & Eligibility
What are compliance and eligibility?
- Academic eligibility
- Seasons of competition
- Five year clock
- Four seasons of eligibility
Entering 2nd year
90% of graduation GPA
Entering 3rd year
95% of graduation GPA
Entering 4th year
40% of degree
60% of degree
100% of graduation GPA
Entering 5th year
80% of degree
100% of graduation GPA
You must pass
hours during fall semester
Ineligible for first four games of following season
My name is Shoshanna
and I approve this
March Madness/Fantasy Leagues
Financial Aid - Show Me The
Student Assistance Fund
Student Code of Conduct
Code of Academic Conduct
Student-Athlete Code of Conduct
Making Good Decisions
In-season: 4 hrs/day & 20 hrs/week; one day off
Out-of-season: 8 hrs/week; two days off
1. Tulane Drug Testing
2. NCAA Drug Testing
A brain injury caused by a blow to the head or body through contact
with another athlete, a hard surface or a piece of equipment.
NEVER initiate contact with your head or helmet.
AVOID striking your opponent in the head.
ALWAYS play by the rules and practice good sportsmanship.
Headache, confusion, loss of balance, dizziness
Double vision, nausea, lethargy, loss of concentration
Sensitivity to light and sound, amnesia
If you or a teammate experience any symptoms:
Tell your athletic trainer or coach
Get checked out
Take time to recover
REMEMBER: Concussions affect each athlete differently. Recovery and return to play is determined on a case by case basis.
Sickle Cell Trait
Symptoms may include:
muscle pain or cramping, abnormal weakness, undue fatigue, breathlessness
IMMEDIATELY report any symptoms you, or a teammate, experience to an
athletic trainer or coach
Know your sickle cell status.
Engage in a slow and gradual preseason conditioning regime.
During practices build up your intensity and take adequate rest and recovery time.
Stay well hydrated at all times, especially in hot and humid conditions.
Avoid using high-caffeine energy drinks or supplements, or other stimulants, as
they may contribute to dehydration
When adjusting to a altitude change of as little as 2,000 feet, modify your training and request that supplemental oxygen be available.