2. Recruitment of Athletes:
a) To monitor the intercollegiate athletic
program at Queens College.
b) To consult with and advise the Director
of Athletics and/or the Sports
Allocation Board (SAB) on matters of
athletic policy and administration.
c) To submit to the Academic Senate an annual report prior to
April 15 on the implementation of
Senate policies regarding intercollegiate athletics.
d) To recommend to the Academic Senate
changes in athletic policies, as necessary.
* 3. Subsidization of Athletes: (Grants in Aid)
e) Recruitment of athletes shall fall
within the guidelines of the CUNY Board
of Trustees, and the NCAA.
f) No tax levy monies or student fees,
including SAB funds, may be used for
the recruitment of athletes.
g) All funds for recruitment purposes shall
be dispersed by CAP.
4. Membership: eight voting, two nonvoting
h) Subsidization of athletes shall fall within the guidelines of
the CUNY Board of Trustees and the NCAA.
i) No tax levy monies or student fees, including SAB funds,
may be used for the subsidization of athletes.
j) All funds for subsidization purposes are to be dispersed by
CAP (section g above).
k) Students receiving subsidization must maintain a 2.0
cumulative index and continuously maintain "normal progress" (as defined
by the NCAA) each year of their subsidization. Failure to
comply with this regulation may result in the loss of the student's
eligibility and aid.
l) Further criteria for subsidization of teams and athletes
developed by CAP, and submitted to the Academic Senate for Senate
approval. No new criteria shall become effective until
approved by the Academic Senate.
(*Also See Standing Rule XI)
m) CAP shall serve as the sole body of appeals for students
who have been denied a renewal of their
grants in aid.
i. Students who lose academic eligibility may also lose
eligibility for subsidization.
ii. Students who lose and then later regain academic eligibility
may apply to CAP for restoration
of subsidization. Restoration is not automatic, and will be
at the discretion of CAP subject to both
the availability of funds and to a re evaluation of the
a) Dean of Students.
b) Executive Officer of the Undergraduate Scholastic Standards
c) Representative of the Provost's Office.
d) Chairperson of SAB.
e) One faculty member nominated by the President and elected
by the Academic Senate for a two year term.
f) A slate of six students nominated by the SAB, from which
three students shall be elected by the Academic
Senate at the April Senate meeting, for a one year term.
g) Ex officio (nonvoting): Athletic Director Vice
President for Finance and Business
Chair person:Dr. June Bobb