Each institution belonging to the NJCAA can choose to compete on the Division I, II or III level in designated sports. Division I colleges may offer full athletic scholarships, Division II colleges are limited to awarding tuition, fees and books, and Division III institutions may provide no athletically related financial assistance. However, NJCAA colleges that do
If I am awarded an athletic scholarship and voluntarily do not participate, could I lose my scholarship?
Cancellation or modification of an athletic scholarship during the period of its effectiveness is allowed for the following reasons only: If the athlete becomes ineligible for participation in athletics because of academic and/or disciplinary reasons. For misconduct (unrelated to athletic ability) found by the person or body in charge of general discipline at the institution. If
An athletic grant-in-aid may be awarded to any student-athlete in recognition of his/her athletic ability provided the student-athlete is admitted to the institution as a regular student. It shall be limited to a maximum of tuition, fees, room and board, course related books, up to $250 in course required supplies, and transportation costs one time per
A student is allowed to sign a Letter of Intent with both a NJCAA and a NCAA college without sanction. The student may not, however, sign a NJCAA Letter of Intent with two NJCAA colleges. If a student does sign with two NJCAA colleges, that student will become immediately ineligible to compete in NJCAA competition for
The NJCAA Letter of Intent is used to commit an individual to a specific institution for a period of one academic year. The form is only valid for NJCAA member colleges and has no jurisdiction over NCAA or NAIA colleges.