Short essay; recommendations; motivation for a cross-cultural experience. Minimum GPA 3. Latino students who have a history of community-service activities with strong leadership skills. Scholarship is divided over number of years required for graduation. There is a link at this website to a comprehensive National Directory of Scholarships for Latino students. US citizens or permanent residents. For seniors planning to enroll in a Colorado institution of higher learning.
For , MUST reside in a county listed under the "even numbered" list. Boulder County is an "odd numbered" county. Application reviewed by citizen committee appointed by sheriff; one winner and two runners up per county. The Generation Google Scholarship was established to help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field.
As part of the scholarship, current high school seniors who are entering their first year of university will be required to attend Google's Computer Science Summer Institute CSSI in the summer. Applicants must be a current high school senior intending to pursue a Computer Science or Computer Engineering degree, have exemplary leadership and demonstrate a passion for computer science and technology, have strong academic achievement and belong to an underrepresented group in computer science African American, Hispanic, American Indian, or Female.
Senior planning to major in athletic training, 3. For current high school seniors; resident of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, or Wyoming; demonstrate financial need. Candidates are evaluated on willingness to give back to the community, leadership potential, academic performance or promise, strength of character, well-rounded personality.
This scholarship may be used at any two- or four-year not-for-profit accredited college or university in the U. S, although two-year college attendees must intend to pursue a four-year degree. Award covers "unmet need," and may be received each year for up to four years, if eligibility is met during college 2.
Many scholarships for males and females, so please refer to website. Six scholarships are highlighted here: 1 Dean Scholarship for seniors, based on academic merit; 2 Pittenger American History Scholarship for students majoring in American history or American government; 3 Cogswell Nursing Scholarship for students who will pursue an education in nursing at an accredited college and are descendants of members of NSDAR; 4 Enid Hall Griswold Scholarship for students who will major in political science, history, government, or economics; 5 Dunn Scholarship for a child of NSDAR member.
Award is based on academic excellence, commitment to field of study, and need; 6 Lucinda Beneventi Findley History Scholarship for a senior planning on majoring in history at a four-year accredited school. DAR chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a chapter or state chairman may work with the applicant to put the information together to send to the DAR Scholarship Committee. Some of these scholarships require a separate application.
Student must be a resident of Colorado. For students who have been accepted or are currently enrolled in a nursing program or elementary education program Associates or Bachelors degree. Award is based on: academic excellence, commitment to field of study, and need. Contact DAR sponsor for letter prior to submitting application. Application packet available on website. Scholarship fund offers nine scholarships to high school seniors who actively participate in community or religious activities and who have demonstrated financial need.
Award committee is interested in students who have a zest for life, care about making a difference in their community or the world, value education, and are committed to achieving their goals. Application available online. For students under 18 as of October 1; no minimum age. For a significant achievement college graduate level in one of the following areas: science, technology, mathematics, literature, music, philosophy, "out of the box.
Must be able to attend recognition event in September travel expenses and lodging provided by Institute. For high school seniors with significant financial need and hardships who have the "desire and ability to overcome barriers to achieve their goals. Must demonstrate financial need Pell Grant eligible. Must plan to enroll full time in accredited bachelor's degree program directly after high school graduation.
Helen M. McLoraine Scholarship Program for Foster Care and Emancipating Youth provides educational scholarships for foster care youth who are emancipated or are in the process of preparing to emancipate from the foster care system in Colorado.
For applications 23 years of age or younger. Mainly academic achievement, but financial need and challenges faced may also be taken into consideration. For Colorado students planning to major in math, science, or engineering. Preference is given to Native American college-bound hs seniors who are planning to attend a Colorado college or university.
Current undergraduate Colorado university students may also apply. Must demonstrate leadership, academic achievement, and an interest in a science career. Two letters of reference from science teacher, mentor, high school counselor, or high school administrator. Application online and it must be received by October 1. Return application by email, fax, or mail to contact address. Distinguished Young Women is a national scholarship program that promotes and rewards scholarship, leadership and talent in young women.
Participants must first enter the Distinguished Young Women of Colorado contest in March the official state preliminary contest , and winners move on to the national competition at the end of June. There is no cost to participate.
For any high school or college student. Scholarship poster contest sponsored by Problem Gambling Coalition of Colorado. Create a poster to encourage those individuals with a gambling problem and their family and friends to seek help.
The theme for is "Don't Leave it to Chance". Submit poster with a one-page essay on the same theme and a completed scholarship application. Awards issued jointly to winner and selected institution of higher learning. Senior division grades ; , word essay discussing one of four categories "challenges" : food, energy, protection, innovation. Website outlines contest rules and also offers tips on choosing a topic and writing the essay.
For seniors. This scholarship recognizes undergraduate students who draw upon their cultural heritage to shape their vocational aspirations, add creative value to their future employers, serve their communities, and demonstrate financial need.
Unweighted GPA 3. Award based on scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Note: the Elks offer two other scholarships: Legacy Awards for children or grandchildren of Elks members and Emergency Educational Grants children of deceased or disable Elks members.
For high school seniors or college freshman of color, who are interested in pursuing a career in the media industry. Students earn an hourly salary and matching funds for college expenses. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding Catholic high school seniors who are Scouts in a BSA program and continuing their education in college.
Submit application with four 4 letters of recommendations. One letter each must come from a religious institution, Scouting Unit, School, and Community. Application must include a photo. ESA Foundation offers numerous scholarships with a wide variety of eligibility stipulations scholastic, need, disability, extra-curricular pursuits, etc. To determine which scholarships for which you are eligible, log on to the website and choose your state of residence from the menu. For federal employee or dependent family member of a current civilian federal employee with at least three years of federal service.
Dependents must be full-time students; employees may be part-time. Requirements: application, 3. This scholarship is offered by a Financial Planning Company to heighten awareness of personal financial planning and fiscal responsibility to graduating high school students.
Any graduating high school student who plans to attend any post-secondary educational institution may apply. For current high school juniors and seniors, US citizens or permanent residents. Submit word essay addressing the prompt: "Using examples from both videos see videos on website , discuss how censorship of student speech is incompatible with higher education.
Be currently involved in high school sports, intramural sports, or community-based sports. Applicants should embody good sportsmanship and strong moral character, be a leader, be involved in the community.
Not eligible for immediate family of officer or director of Foot Locker, Inc. Must submit 2 essays - words each. One non-family recommendation. Fort Lewis College Scholarship Website. Several scholarship opportunities. Some require a specific application. Foundation offers a variety of scholarships and support programs to students who meet one of the following criteria: were orphaned before they turned 18; have been in foster care for one consecutive year at the time they turn 18; have been adopted or taken into legal guardianship after their 16th birthday.
While students do not have to be U. Will consider both merit and need for the scholarship. Applicants use their creativity through Art, Photography, an Essay, or a YouTube Video to describe the meaning of American Pride and American Spirit and what those values mean to them personally and to our country.
Students express how the "Four Chaplains" displayed these same ideals. The Four Chaplains are US Chaplains from different faiths who gave up their life jackets and prayed together when their transport ship, the U. T Dorchester was torpedoed eighty miles south of Greenland on February 3, This is a multiple scholarship site for Front Range. Deadlines vary. Covers unmet need with tuition, fees, books and living expenses.
Must attend US accredited school. Deadline is either Jan 7 or until 25, applications are received. Twenty students selected across nation. Rewards exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship. Must demonstrate financial need. The student must be nominated by an eligible community leader, such as the high school principal, elected official or exec director of a nonprofit organization.
Senior planning to make music a central part of their life; submit application, statement of musical intention,10 min audition CD; judged on showmanship, stage presence, talent. Download application at website. For high school students age 13 or older at time of entry who are "devoted to promoting global awareness. Apply by October 12, to be entered for a chance to win a new iPad. The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes celebrates inspiring, public-spirited, highly diverse young people from all across America.
Each year, the Barron Prize honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8 to 18 who have made a significant positive difference to people and our environment. Half have focused on helping their communities and fellow human beings; half have focused on protecting the health and sustainability of the environment. The primary goal of the Prize is to shine the spotlight on these amazing young people so that their stories will inspire others.
Adult nominated. Essay words min ; 3. There are several rounds to the application process.. Declare legal field as your major pre-law , OR are enrolled in a legal program such as secretary, court reporter, legal assistant, paralegal, full time student and financial need. Transcript, 2 letters of recommendation, resume. For high school seniors who demonstrate exemplary academic success, community service, and leadership. Must obtain nomination from principal or vice principal; nomination and application window is open from November 1-February 8.
Once nomination is received, student may submit online application. Requirements: application, GPA, test scores, honors, activities, and one essay. For Hispanic high school seniors who perform significant volunteer contributions to the Colorado Hispanic community excluding volunteer activity completed for school requirements. Various scholarships available depending on the area of study.
View website to see details for 19 different scholarships. Must have strong involvement in the Hispanic community. Some of the listed scholarships specify US citizenship, but not all. Colorado resident planning to study horticulture, environmental horticulture or landscape architecture. Application form at CCC. Scholarships awarded to students with strong commitment to pursuing and completing a bachelor's degree at an accredited public or private institution in the US.
Involvement in co-curricular and community activities. Visit the website for more information. For a public housing resident or Section 8 participant for at least 6 months, graduating senior or GED. Applications online. Awards based on academics, leadership, work experience, essay response, and recommendations. Online application. Applicant must be enrolled or accepted as a full-time student in an accredited school of nursing in a professional registered nurse program-baccalaureate, graduate, associate degree, or diploma.
Must study to become an RN and commit to 2-yr. For a list of these institutions, visit their website. Application is available online. Ideal candidates will display the following qualities: seeking financial aid and scholarship support for college; strong writing skills and unique perspective; strong capacity for reflection for blogging; experience with or commitment to community service; leadership experience; commitment to helping expand educational opportunities for other first-generation students.
Ian James Wallace loved life and positively impacted others with his humble, unassuming nature. Scholarship for senior intending to pursue a major in the Arts and Humanities and who exhibits advancement in personal growth and development in one or more of the following areas: community contributions, academic success and personal accomplishments. The fund will award a minimum of two scholarships: one for a Smoky Hill senior and one for a senior graduating from any other Colorado high school intending to major in arts and sciences.
GPA of 3. For Colorado high school seniors planning on attending a Colorado institution of higher education. Student or parents must have an account or relationship at an IBC member bank such as FirstBank or Citywide Bank for at least six months; see list of banks on web site.
Application must be signed by a representative at your bank. One application is chosen from each bank to be submitted. At least 2 scholarships will be awarded. Essay: Select a favorite topic in the news other than celebrity and put together an essay describing the economic concepts that pertain to that issue. Must be used at a Colorado school, university, college, jr college, or vocational. Pre-collegiate science competition for original research. Forty finalists receive an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.
For high school seniors intending to enroll in an accredited 4-year college. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is dedicated to supporting the education of exceptionally promising students with significant financial need. Forty recipients selected based on four criteria: 1 high academic achievement, 2 financial need, 3 persistence, and 4 meaningful commitment to others. Must be graduating minority senior and show leadership potential and financial need.
Letter of recommendation, transcript, essay. JRF scholars are required to participate in community service as part of their scholarship. Preference may be given for students who demonstrate financial need. On the application, a variety of scholarships are offered; students may apply for up to three additional scholarships. Note that some require essays. Awards are granted in terms of tuition waivers of varying amounts.
Selection is based on academic record, leadership, participation in school and community, work experience, statement of career and educational aspirations, unusual personal circumstances, and financial need. Essay is words focusing on "Describing his or her planned undergraduate study and how he or she plans to apply it upon graduation". Scholarship is in honor of Janice Scott, a victim of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon. Applicants need to have demonstrated leadership abilities through participation in community services, extra curricular or other activities.
Applications available in the counseling office. Link to application packet and to the national website from the url above. Application asks about leadership, community service, extracurricular activities and awards, as well as financial need. Can be used for college or vocational education. Transcript, personal statement, reference letters. Check website for other deadlines. This scholarship is offered to students pursuing a career in health care or public health.
Its mission is to increase the number of health professionals from underrepresented populations. Must submit application, letter of recommendation, and official transcript. For African-American male students who demonstrate strong leadership and commitment to community service. Winners will be honored at the annual scholarship luncheon. This scholarship is in her memory. Student demonstrating positive attitude and drive toward accomplishment. Can be used for college, university or technical school.
Student must be resident of Colorado, min 2. This is for young volunteers, ages who help make their communities a better place to live. Get someone over 21 to nominate you, online, between Feb 1 and Mar 13, based on a volunteer project you have completed over the past year. US citizen. For high school seniors accepted at any two or four year college with North Central Accredidation. See website. This is the website for scholarships offered through Lamar Community College. Several scholarships are available; deadlines vary.
At the website, click on "scholarship directory" to get lists according to a variety of criteria. You get more results if you enter a lower GPA number than if you enter a higher one. Colorado resident with a documented learning disability or ADHD pursuing a post-secondary degree. The ideal candidate will be one who has faced the challenges of having a learning disability and understands the importance of advocacy and self-knowledge in overcoming those challenges.
Other scholarships for LD students are listed at this website. Applicant must hold a 2. Honors awards require a GPA of 3. General awards are awarded on potential, motivation, and integrity. Application on website. General scholarship search site with no spam.
You can do a keyword search, or search based on a personal profile that you set up for yourself. Setting up a profile has some useful options. Son or daughter of active duty or reserve US Marine or US Navy Corpsman attached to Marine unit or US Marine who has received honorable discharge, medical discharge, or killed while serving; essay, transcript, recommendations. Must be pursuing a first bachelor's degree or technical certificate. For high school seniors, CO resident, US citizen; word essay on the Mayflower topic listed in the application, GPA, class rank, ACT or SAT scores, evidence of honors received, activities in and outside of high school, employment and leadership, letter of recommendation, and if pertinent evidence of Mayflower ancestry.
This website lists merit scholarships available throughout the university and college system. Students with a variety of GPAs may qualify. Not recommended as a primary search tool, but you can search by a specific college name without setting up a profile. This is recommended because the profile does not seem to affect the results.
Ads and spam are high. Recommended as a secondary search tool when you have a particular school in mind. This website has a list of general scholarships for students regardless of immigration status. View the detailed PDF file for an page list of scholarship possibilities. The web site also contains links to specific scholarship programs.
The recipient will be a student who has demonstrated an ability to excel in the academic disciplines of mathematics and science, who will major in engineering, physical or biological sciences, or mathematics, and who has the potential for substantial additional achievement after graduation. The scholarship is renewable for up to a maximum of four years providing that the recipient remains a student in good standing at their college or university.
This is the website for scholarships offered through Morgan Community College. Submitting an application and meeting other requirements essay, letter of recommendation, transcript places applicant in a pool for multiple scholarships. April 1st is the priority deadline. NACE offers 4 different scholarships for students pursuing an education in the fields of corrosion science, material science, and engineering. Scholarship and financial aid website for Naropa University. Variety of scholarships; deadline April 1st, unless specific scholarship states otherwise.
For seniors pursuing a communications-related degree in the television industry. African-American students will be considered who meet the following requirements: 1. Essay; recommendation letters; 3. Senior accepted to program of study in Criminal Justice, word essay on why pursuing career in CJ, based on community service, academics, and financial need. Seniors who plan to major in print or broadcast journalism; academic excellence, financial need; apply online, multiple scholarships with different criteria.
For some awards, you must be a student member of NAHJ. This is for the "National Scholarship" listed on the site. African American senior, GPA 3. Filing period is January 1 through March 1. For high school seniors along with college freshmen, sophomores and juniors whose parents are NBA dues-paying members.
Up to three scholarships awarded annually. This award honors high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests. This would include participation in computing either in or out of school, participation in extracurricular activities such as robotic club, website development, etc. Awardees are selected for their computing and IT aptitude, leadership ability, academic history and plans for post-secondary education. Scholarships provided by 10 WACE partner institutions. For high school seniors or transfers accepted to a WACE partner schools.
For most colleges, the deadline is Feb. Winners determined by each partner institution. Essay required. These scholarships are awarded and administered directly by each academic institution, not the NCAA. Division III schools offer only academic scholarships. They do not offer athletic scholarships. For information about obtaining an undergraduate athletic scholarship, please contact the athletic department at the school s you are interested in attending. For Jewish women at least 16 years of age.
Must be a Colo resident and have applied to a college or technical school; demonstrate financial need; demonstrate community involvement. Several winners chosen. Registered scouts who have received the rank of Eagle. A variety of scholarships are listed at this site: academic, merit, STEM.
Scholarship amount varies. Recipients must meet the minimum SAT or ACT score and are chosen based on Scouting record, school academic performance, and financial need. Must be legally blind in both eyes see website for definitions. Website lists a broad array of 30 scholarships, one application for consideration for all scholarships. Awards are for those committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral and social science health-related research AND who have exceptional financial need e.
With this scholarship, you enroll as a full-time student and participate in research training at NIH for 10 weeks each summer and 1 year of employment for each year of scholarship at NIH. After graduation, there is a commitment to continue as a full-time employee in an NIH research laboratory for one year.
Student or parent must be a member of NIAF. Application online; teacher evaluation; transcript. To be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship Program, a student must: 1. Intended field of study must be related to building, construction, or precast concrete industry. Application requirements: essay, transcript , letter of recommendation from a high school faculty member and a second letter from a sponsoring NPCA member.
Website lists local NPCA members. See list of colleges at website. Based on personal qualities of character and leadership, contributions to church, school, and community. Need recommendation from church, essay, and resume. Must enroll in a food service related program. Essay is required describing work experience and career goals. Additional information online. Parent must be active or retired law enforcement officer and member of the NRA, or any law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty who was a member at time of death.
Must work for NSA upon graduation for "one-and-one-half times the length of study". Must complete security clearance. Min GPA: 3. Minority applicants preferred. For an ethnic minority senior who has been accepted to an "ABET" -accredited engineering program at a four-year university. Applicants must be United States citizens. Application, transcript, SAT or ACT scores, resume with summary of internship experience, two letters of recommendation.
For seniors who support hunting conservation and actively participate in hunting sports. Must hold a NWTF membership. Additional eligibility requirements: minimum 3. Apply to local chapter. Awards at local, state, and national levels. Young Arts identifies and honors artists in: dance, film and video, instrumental music, jazz, voice, theater, photography, visual arts, or creative writing.
No references or transcripts needed. Several recognition levels. Note for seniors: this is the only avenue for nomination to the White House Commission as Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Sons or daughters of enlisted members of the navy, marine corps, and coast guard on active duty, retired with pay, or deceased.
High school seniors; based on demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit and initiative; essay. Applicants MUST be running their own small business in order to be considered for an award. This is the website for scholarships offered through Northeastern Junior College. One scholarship application encompasses many scholarship opportunitites at the college. High school student under the age of 18 as of October 1, Essay topic changes each year--see website for more information.
Essays are submitted through local optimist clubs. Website listed describes the national contest criteria. This is the website for scholarships offered through Otero Junior College. Several scholarships are offered, with varying deadlines. Some college scholarships have earlier deadlines. For women current students or no longer than two years past high school graduation or GED date. For any advanced learning: community college, vocational school, college.
Must be Colorado resident, not restricted to attendance at a college in Colorado. For senior women. November 1st is the deadline for the PEO sponsor to recommend applicant. November 30th is the deadline for the application. Applicant must be sponsored by a local chapter in order to apply. Therefore, contact the local P. If chapter approves sponsorship, student will be given application materials. Requirements: Student Profile, Student Activity Chart, original one-page essay, two letters of rec, and an official transcript.
Eligibility: A graduating senior currently attending a public high school in either the Boulder Valley School District or the St. Vrain Valley School District. Applicants must have demonstrated a passion for social justice by working for equality, inclusion or justice for any marginalized group, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender; racial or ethnic; disabled; or other identified minority in their school or in their community.
Applicants must be graduating from high school and plan to attend college. Submit transcripts showing applicant has achieved a minimum 3. Submit 2 adult letters of recommendation, one from school, and one from community. Provide a — word essay describing their particular passion for social justice, what they achieved in promoting equality and anything else that will help us understand why they deserve this scholarship.
You are a graduating senior entering higher education for the first time this calendar year Note: if you graduated in the past year and took a time off you are still eligible to apply. Cannot be receiving full tuition remission from other sources to fund the education e. This is the website for scholarships offered through Pikes Peak Community College. Must be dependent of worker killed or permanently disabled in a work-related accident with a Colorado-based employer and entitled to receive benefits under the Colorado Workers' Compensation Act.
Goal is to provide scholarship money to every qualified student who applies. Poetry performance contest with school, state, and national contest levels. Student must participate in a classroom or school-wide contest prior to state competition deadline indicated is the school registration deadline. Interested students should contact their English teacher about organizing a contest.
The candidate, a student in grades , must have been actively involved in a volunteer activity in the last 12 months that has had a significant, positive impact on race relations in his or her school or community. Application includes two parts: Part I for the candidate to complete, and Part II for the candidate's supporter to complete. For 11th-grade students. Submit up to three original poems to the address. Members of the Princeton University Creative Writing faculty serve as judges.
Annual competition for scholarships to be awarded for preparation for careers in the graphic communications industry at a 2- or 4-year program leading to an associate or bachelor's degree recognized by the graphic communications industry. Application and recommendation forms online. Open to all high school students across Colorado. Design and build a model bridge and enter it into regional and international competitions.
Based on a demonstration of student academic need for the additional semester or year of study, Head Coaches are allowed to award Fifth Year and Degree Completion Aid using their approved budget for Fifth Year and Degree Completion Aid provided the Director of Athletics approves this award Coaches - National Letter of Intent NLI Guidelines Any coach that plans to issue the National Letter of Intent NLI , must be recommending an athletic grant-in-aid and the prospect must have an admission application on file.
No NLI will be processed and signed until a complete admissions application is included with the request to process the NLI and scholarship award letter. If a student-athlete leaves the team, a written correspondence from the student-athlete must be on file. If aid is not to be renewed, a letter must be sent from the Director of Financial Aid to the studentathlete by July 1.
Any athlete whose aid is not renewed is allowed an appeal. This appeal is made to the Director of Financial Aid and a hearing must be held before this aid can be awarded to another student-athlete. All financial aid inquires should be processed through the Associate Director of Athletics. Please do not initiate any contact with any financial aid staff member in their office or at their home.
Coaches — Student-Athlete Participation Policy No student is required to participate in one sport in order to participate in a different sport. Interpretations, rules citations and eligibility forms will be enclosed. All questions regarding the eligibility of our student-athletes should be forwarded to Tracey Flynn, Associate Athletic Director for Compliance and Student Services.
As well, head coaches are required to record and present to the compliance staff your recruiting schedule and your practice schedule before the start of the academic year. There is an understanding that the on-site administrator should notify the conference office and the institution s involved.
We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racial, sexist or abusive comments or intimidating actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the venue.
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference thanks you for your cooperation and invite you to enjoy the game. All coaches are expected to sign the MAAC sportsmanship form on an annual basis. Abusive conduct, whether physical or emotional, will not be tolerated. This includes consumption of alcohol and use of drugs with student-athletes.
This includes banquets and off-campus awards dinners, tailgates, and off-season gatherings. All staff and coaches are prohibited from engaging in a romantic relationship with student-athletes. It is the responsibility of the immediate supervisor of staff Head Coaches to inform their staff that this policy exists in and out of season. Any staff member violating this policy will be immediately terminated. It is very important supervisors Head Coaches inform all new, volunteer and graduate assistants of this policy.
Athletic Administrators attend every week meetings to review campus wide student activity that includes alcohol, drugs, assault, behavior and other actions by students. If any of our student-athletes are documented to have broken the law underage drinking, drugs, assault etc. Depending on the severity of the infraction, student-athletes could receive additional discipline by the university up to and including expulsion.
All coaches are expected to assist when notified by the compliance office and athletic training. Public media domains include print outlets, traditional broadcasts, and digital. When utilizing any public media outlets, student-athletes are expected to conduct themselves responsibly as members of their respective team, the Athletics Department, the University and the community.
Participation in such networks has both positive appeals but potentially negative consequences. It is important that Quinnipiac student-athletes be aware of these consequences and exercise appropriate caution if they choose to participate. Student-athletes are not restricted from using on-line social network sites and digital platforms. Facebook and similar directories are hosted outside the Quinnipiac server. Violations of university policy e.
They are also subject to the authority of law enforcement agencies. It is the responsibility of the student athlete to be aware of university regulations. Ignorance of these regulations does not excuse student-athletes from compliance. The following guidelines are intended to provide the framework for student-athletes to conduct themselves safely and responsibly in an on-line environment.
As a student-athlete at Quinnipiac University you should: 1. Be careful with how much and what kind of identifying information you post on on-line social network sites. Virtually anyone with an edu e-mail address can access your page. It is unwise to make available information such as full date of birth, social security number, address, residence hall room number, phone number, cell phone numbers, class schedules, bank account information, or details about your daily routine.
All can facilitate identity theft or stalking. Facebook and other sites provide numerous privacy settings for information contained in its pages; use these settings to protect private information. However, once posted, the information becomes the property of the web site.
Your site is available to potential current and future employers. You should think about any information you post on Facebook, Twitter, and any other digital media, or similar directories potentially providing an image of you to a prospective employer. The information posted is considered public information.
Protect yourself and your team by maintaining a self-image that you can be proud of in years to come. Understand that freedom of speech is not unlimited. The on-line social network sites are NOT a place where you can say and do whatever you want without repercussions. Prohibited Conduct Student-athletes are highly visible representatives of the University and are.
The Quinnipiac University Department of Athletics prohibits malicious and reckless behavior when utilizing public media outlets. It is important that studentathletes recognize the power of public media domains and the potentially negative image that they can portray about student-athletes, coaches, the athletics program, and the university.
Sanctions Any inappropriate activity or language in violation of the above prohibitions, including civil authorities. Sanctions imposed by the Director of Athletics may include, but are not limited to, the following: -Written notification from the Director of Athletics or assignee to the student-athlete outlining the policy and requiring that the unacceptable content be removed or the social network account.
Student athletes receiving a computer through our loan program as part of their athletic scholarship should only use this computer resource for the purpose for which it was intended. Users must not intentionally damage the system that is checked out to them. Posting inappropriate content, emails, and images from laptops provided by the University is prohibited. In appealing a decision, student athletes are required to submit a written request within 15 days of the issuance of this letter.
The written request must include the following: Name, student identification number, year in school, sport. List the amount of the athletic grant-in-aid during the academic year. Copies of any relevant documents to have the Financial Aid Appeal committee review. Once a written request has been received in the Financial Aid Office, a hearing will be scheduled on the behalf of the student athlete, who will be notified of the date and time. The appeals committee is comprised of members of the University community.
Both the student athlete and the Department of Athletics and Recreation will have a separate opportunity to present respective opinions regarding the cancellation of your award. Within 10 business days, the financial aid appeals committee will issue their decision in writing and inform you and the Department of Athletics and Recreation. Power hours run weekly from Sunday- Friday You are welcome to stay longer but you must sign out by or you will not get hours for the night.
No exceptions! Students must identify themselves as student-athletes to receive credit. Students with a cumulative 2. Students with a 2. Students between a 2. A missed Higher Learning session cannot be substituted with a regular power hour and will result in a warning. Freshmen student-athletes are not allowed to do Power Hours in the library. All hours must be completed in the Athletic Center or with a tutor. The study hall week runs from Friday - Thursday.
Students that are not productively studying sleeping, being disruptive…. Students that are caught cheating the system will lose library privileges and will be required to do all hours in the athletic center.
Students that do not sign out will not receive credit. Departmental Penalties 1 Offense — Warning letter emailed to student and coach. Penalties are cumulative for each semester. Library Personnel have no affiliation with Power Hours. Positive Play Cup, a competitive game played by all varsity sport programs at Quinnipiac University, provides a means by which student-athletes can compete on behalf of their teams for points in different categories that encompass the mission of the NCAA SAAC Program.
The point categories focus on developing the individual, being an active role model, acting as a team, supporting other athletes, and overall academic achievement. Participation in the competition will reinforce an appreciation of the values and lessons that athletics can provide. Participants will realize the impact that they can have on their school and their community. All personnel are required to submit a budget break down by line item at beginning of each year to show how they will designate their funds to following areas: Team Travel, Recruiting, Officials, and Equipment.
Detail is required for all. For items that require a check to be cut for persons or places that do not accept the VISA card, cash advances , a requisition form must be filled out. When requesting reimbursement for mileage, please include copies of MapQuest or other search engine to show mileage.
You will be required to sign a contract. If you come in violation with any of the contract regulations, your VISA will be closed. All contracts that require a guarantee paid must also be approved by the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services. Any guarantees received should be submitted to the Coordinator of Athletic Financial Services to deposit into appropriate revenue account.
The use of vans for team travel for games is prohibited per department policy. Lodging for teams should be planned to have no more than one student-athlete per bed. Coaches - Recruiting - Budgets Coaches are responsible to meet with their sports supervisors to review their current budget, as well as plan for future budget requests. Telephone Calls: Generally only one call per week. Check Bylaw 13 for sports specific. E-Mails: Unlimited.
Twittering: While it is permissible for an institutional staff member to publicly microblog e. All other electronically transmitted correspondence including, but not limited to, text messaging, instant messenger, chat rooms, or message boards e. Any prospect that has been accepted will NOT be eligible for housing, financial aid, etc. A fee waiver application is available.
Your respective leagues will mandate your conference schedules. The league schedule takes priority over all scheduling opportunities. Please be aware of NCAA and respective conference scheduling requirements. Non-conference scheduling must be pre-approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director.
A regionally based non-conference schedule is our goal. Criteria to be taken into consideration are as follows: Peer institutions Preferred conferences: Ivy League, Patriot League, America East, Atlantic 10, Big East, American Athletic Conference Due to missed class time and budgetary concerns we prefer to have contests within a mile radius round trip. Exceptions to this rule must be pre-approved by Senior Associate Athletic Director prior to confirmation.
There will be occasions when scheduling opportunities arise outside of the region. These opportunities must be pre-approved by the Senior Associate Athletic Director. In the event this issue arises senior management will review the merits of the request and a decision will be rendered. Lawrence Union Yale. If you are unable to participate in these activities, it is your responsibility to find a designee i. Coaches — Missed Class Time — Home Contests All student-athletes are excused from classes for home contest provided that they properly inform their professors during the first week of the semester.
This excused absence is from 90 minutes prior to the contest, the duration of the contest and 90 minutes after the contest. When classes are in session: A. Student-athletes shall not miss any regular scheduled classes for any practice activities except as permitted by the following regulations. For home competition, student-athletes shall not miss classes prior to two hours before the scheduled competition time.
For away competition with same day travel, student-athletes shall not miss any classes prior to 30 minutes before the scheduled time of departure. For away competition with overnight travel, no team shall depart more than 30 hours including travel to and from the airport prior to the scheduled time of competition.
For away competition, the home team must make available on the morning of a scheduled game or early afternoon for evening games a sixty 60 minute shoot-around period, or warm-up period in sports other than basketball, at the site of the game if available, or at a campus site if the playing site is not available.
On a two game or more road trip, practice sessions that meet NCAA guidelines are permitted between games. The conference office shall have the authority to waive the above travel policy for reasons of weather. Member schools must call the conference office for such weather related waivers. This bylaw applies to all associate MAAC members. The Director of Athletics will provide to the Faculty Athletics Representative or a designee of the President who reports outside the athletic department, a listing of all competition in that sport which will necessitate student-athletes being absent from class.
The listing will include the time and date of Page The Faculty Athletics Representative or the appropriate presidential designee may request that modifications to the travel plans be made. Conference championship competition that has been approved by the MAAC Council of Presidents is automatically exempted from these regulations. Student-athletes who believe that they have received a lack of reasonable accommodation of the provisions of missed class policy by a coach may bring this matter to the attention of the grievance committee that exists on campus.
See the institutional athletic department manual for the grievance procedures. Compliance with the scheduling bylaw will be based on the honor system. Schools should report any violations of this bylaw to the conference office. These teams are not allowed to leave campus before the Thursday at noon prior to the Spring break. The number of non-traditional games allowed is listed above. For non-traditional games played at home coaches are asked to have scoreboards on.
All Coaches and Program Directors are expected to check their schedules, rosters and bio pages regularly and report if there are any corrections, deletions, or additions to Sports Information. When game uniforms are purchased or replaced, conference logos must be also placed on the game uniforms. Comprehensive strength and conditioning programs are designed and implemented by the Strength and Conditioning staff in a safe, driven, positive and disciplined environment. What is the Role of the Strength and Conditioning Staff?
Not only is the staff responsible for physical training, but also to teach the student-athlete about developing a strong work ethic through physical and mental training. Training programs focus on the relevant parameters of performance for each sport. Most programs address flexibility, strength, movement skills, body composition and sport-specific conditioning.
Regular individual and team performance assessments are conducted during the year to monitor progress. The Strength and Conditioning staff works closely with the Sports Medicine staff. When injuries occur, the two programs work closely to provide the best rehabilitation program possible. This will allow us to accommodate the needs of all committed teams more effectively Coaches must hold their student-athletes accountable for attendance. Absolutely no excuses school work, friends in town, concert, etc.
Workout attendance must be given the same priority as practice attendance. Student-athletes must work out on their assigned days at their assigned times unless prior arrangements have been made with the Strength and Conditioning staff. The strength and conditioning staff will work in conjunction with the Head Coach to decide to upon the training plan that will be implemented.
The strength and conditioning staff will work in conjunction with the Head Coach to determine the training schedule and to schedule training times for facilities. The Head Coach must communicate with the strength and conditioning staff of any changes to schedules. If a team is unable to keep its commitment, the team will lose its strength and conditioning privileges.
Strength and Conditioning Team Rules Student-athletes must be on time for team workouts Student-athletes are required to fill out attendance book and workout sheets No non-prescribed workouts will be permitted unless decided upon by the strength and conditioning coach. You cannot do your own workout. Food and drink are not permitted; Except water in a plastic bottle No Gum allowed Quinnipiac issued athletic wear is required.
Shorts, t-shirts no cut-offs and athletic shoes are mandatory. No Jewelry or headgear is permitted. Collars must be used when there is weight on the bar. Safety racks must be in place during squat movements. All weights must be racked after use; Equipment must be returned when finished. No dropping of weight plates or dumbbells.
No sitting No horseplay A strength and conditioning coach must be present for any and all workouts in the strength and conditioning facility Respect the coach and facilities Work Hard! Work Environment Student-athletes who use the varsity weight room must use their time productively. Workout sessions provide an opportunity to improve and should be taken seriously. It is important to arrive on time and train with a positive attitude. At the same time, it is hoped that all student-athletes will feel comfortable in the training environment provided and that workouts will be enjoyable.
Safety Safety in the weight room requires that student-athletes follow the rules that have been established. Additionally, student-athletes must always be aware of people around them when performing any exercise. The weight room is a place where athletes have the opportunity to become stronger and more injury resistant.
Injuries should not occur here! If an injury should occur during weight training, the Strength and Conditioning staff must be notified. An Athletic Trainer will then be called to evaluate the injury and provide the appropriate treatment. Coaches that have cages on the Mt. Carmel Campus are responsible for their assigned storage area. Teams that need locker rooms for visitors and officials must notify the Associate Director of Operations.
Coaches may work with Assistant Director of Equipment to hire work-study student managers. Most students are awarded money at an approved hourly rate. Work-study employees are not allowed to work over 20 hours a week. No student athletes can be managers. Managers Coaches may allocate funds from their scholarship budgets for team managers. Coaches must submit a scholarship request. Managers who receive scholarship aid, may not also receive work-study funds for the same job.
All requests must be complete and approved prior to the first game. Time of Camp 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm pm - 8pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 9am pm pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm pm - 7pm 9am-4pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm pm - 7pm 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm 9am-4pm.
Insurance: Insurance must be acquired through the college insurance carrier. Staff: All staff is the responsibility of the Camp Director Concessions: Camp Directors may sell concessions to campers. The selling of food at camps is subject to strict State Guidelines. Payroll: Payroll requisitions for camp staff must be complete, signed by appropriate staff and given to the Coordinator for Financial Services.
All camp staff is expected to complete all appropriate payroll forms i. Camp staff payroll checks will not be available at the end of the camp. All Head Coaches and Program Supervisors are responsible for the storage of their equipment and proper care of their storage area. Students are not to be given access to the storage areas.
The Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs will oversee all fund-raising activities, events and projects. Coaches will be encouraged to play an active role in generating outside support for the athletic programs. Approval from the Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs must be granted before an individual or company can be approached for a contribution to athletics and before any fund-raising materials or requests are mailed.
Please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs with any questions or proposals for athletic development initiatives. Printed invitations must be proofed and approved by the Quinnipiac University Office of Public Affairs.
No Quinnipiac University operating budgets will be used for individual team awards dinners and events. Any awards presented at a team banquet must be the same as what will be given at the Annual Athletic Awards event.
Awards - Seniors Seniors will receive one commemorative plaque. This award should be given to those athletes who have exhausted their eligibility as a studentathlete. This event is usually held late in April or early May each year. Two individuals one male and one female are selected from the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. GPAs are compiled with the help of student services, coaches and the Registrars Office.
Each year, at the Academics and Athletics Awards Recognition program, the University will also recognize all student-athletes who after two semesters have earned a GPA of 3. These scholar-athletes are recognized by college of enrollment as accompanied by their Deans. There will be no cowinners. First vote, all staff vote if there is no a clear winner, then just the head coaches vote one vote per person.
Athlete will receive a certificate and a press release will be sent to the media and to the QUSportsNet. Administration - Sports Information The publicity and marketing of our student-athletes begins with each staff member. It is important that all staff respond to the needs and adhere to Public Affairs guidelines. Always inform the SID when you or any one on your team or staff are contacted by the media. All roster changes, must be approved by the Compliance Coordinator prior to being published in any press release, media guide or game program.
All staff changes must be approved by the Director of Athletics prior to being published in any press release, media guide or game program. Call on Campus; On Campus phone or cell call 2. Emergency Action Plans All Athletics and Recreation staff should be aware of Quinnipiac Emergency Action Plans and also promote these plans to all students, parents and fans.
All student-athletes are required to have their own private medical insurance or be covered by the Quinnipiac University student insurance policy 3. Personal family deductibles will not be covered by the secondary insurance policy 4. Student-athletes are not permitted in the Training Room without the presence of a staff athletic trainer. NO cleats are to be worn in the Athletic Training Room. NO food or drink is permitted in the Athletic Training Room. Please keep bags and other equipment outside of the Athletic Training Room.
Student-athletes are not to remove anything from the Athletic Training Room, unless instructed to do so by a staff athletics trainer. In-season sports will take precedence over sports that are not in season.
HOWEVER, an athlete that reports late for treatment will not be pushed ahead of a student-athlete who has already been waiting. The sports medicine staff will not take responsibility for student-athletes that are late to practices or games. Any student-athlete that does not report for a scheduled treatment session will be reported to their respective coaches. Please wear appropriate attire for treatment and rehabilitation shorts, tank tops, etc.
Any student-athlete who reports to the physician without prior knowledge of a staff ATC decreases the efficiency of the medical care NO tape will be given to student-athletes for equipment such as shin guards, sticks, etc. Tape for equipment should be taken from the scrap tape box, located at the entrance of the Athletic Training Room.
Please return all wraps, crutches, splints, braces, etc. Notify a staff athletic trainer if any of the equipment issued is lost or damaged so replacements can be made. All student-athletes must abide by NCAA substance regulations.
A copy of the NCAA banned substance list is located in the Athletic Training Room and can be viewed by any student-athlete wishing to do so. Disruptive and disrespectful behavior will NOT be tolerated. Any student-athlete that does not abide by the above policies and procedures, will be subject to disciplinary actions as set forth by the student-athlete handbook and or as determined by the athletes coaching staff and athletic training staff.
All students are required to go login to the website www. If a student does not have a personal medical insurance policy, the student will have the opportunity to enroll in the United Health Care insurance program at www. The United Health Care Group insurance program meets the requirement for student-athletes who must purchase their own personal medical insurance policy. The medical insurance policy must cover any claims made while attending school in Connecticut and practicing and competing as a student-athlete.
A student-athlete is required to immediately inform the Sports Medicine staff of any change in their personal, medical insurance coverage. Failure to do so could result in the student-athlete being financially responsible for costs incurred as a result of an athletically related injury. If the personal medical insurance policy does not cover activities and injuries related to intercollegiate athletics participation, the student-athlete is required to obtain another policy that will cover such activities.
The university will only cover actual expenses related to the claim and will not reimburse for initial individual plan deductibles. NCAA rules prohibit colleges and universities from paying any medical costs for an injury or illness not directly caused by participation in intercollegiate athletics.
It is for this reason student-athletes are required to have their own personal medical insurance coverage. Quinnipiac University strongly recommends student-athletes contact their current medical insurance carrier to verify that their policy will cover non-emergency athletic injuries and general illness while attending a college in the state of Connecticut. A student-athlete who seeks consultations outside the Quinnipiac Department of Athletics team physician, without prior communication with the Quinnipiac Athletic Training Department, will do so at their own expense.
Quinnipiac will not pay for any subsequent medical visits that are sought by the student-athlete. A few student-athletes who do not have primary medical insurance coverage may qualify to have the Department of Athletics purchase insurance on their behalf, in accordance with NCAA rules. If you indicated below that you do not have a primary medical insurance policy which would cover you for your participation in intercollegiate athletics while attending school in Connecticut please read the next page of this document.
If a student-athlete meets the following criteria, the Department of Athletics will consider purchasing a medical insurance policy on your behalf. Head Coach confirms Must be awarded athletics scholarship for the current year. Compliance Office confirms Must be a Pell Grant recipient awarded to domestic students only or is an international student-athlete. I understand that if the policy is purchased for me, it is intended to only cover the injures and treatment of the injuries sustained while participating in any required athletically related activities e.
The primary goals of the Academic Support Office are to assist student-athletes in their efforts to complete their degree requirements and develop the skills necessary to be successful in their future endeavors. NCAA rules do permit student-athletes to miss class to participate in a home or away contest.
During the season of competition, it is likely that class absences will occur. Every attempt is made to keep missed classes to a minimum. Student-athletes are expected to personally deliver the missed class form letter signed by Associate Athletic Director for Academics and the Faculty Representative to each professor at the beginning of the semester.
Arrangements for make-up exams and quizzes MUST be handled before traveling to an athletic event, not after returning from the trip. In the event that an affiliated Conference or NCAA Championship occurs during final exam time, the student-athlete is required to contact the appropriate faculty member at least two weeks before the scheduled examination or when the conflict is recognized.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss rescheduling the exam. It is important for each student-athlete to meet with his or her instructors as early in the semester as possible in order to assess whether your missed class time will be a problem. Student-athletes may jeopardize their participation in the Quinnipiac University athletic program by failing to comply with the above procedures. Student-Athlete - Book Scholarship Policy All student-athletes that are receiving book awards must first meet with The Associate Athletic Director for Academic Support, to receive a Permission for Book Purchase Form this form will be available the first day of classes.
The form signed by the Associate Athletic Director, with current class schedule attached, will then go to the bookstore. Only required books may be purchased with this form. Purchase of optional study guides is the responsibility of the student-athlete.
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