Study hall is mandatory for all athletes that are eligible for game participation. See the chart below for required hours:
|Classification||Required hours per week|
|Upperclassmen below 2.0||Six|
Note: Any student-athlete who is on academic probation by the University is required to attend study hall ten hours per week (two hours per day) and to meet with the Coordinator of The Student Athlete Academic Enhancement Program weekly. Any student-athlete not adhering to these guidelines will automatically be dismissed from their respective teams. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Study hall is located on the third floor Hodgin Hall in The Center for Student Success.
|DAY||HOURS OF OPERATION||LOCATION|
|Sunday||7 p.m.-9 p.m.||3rd Floor Bluford Library|
|Monday||10 a.m.-6 p.m.||303, 307 ONLY|
|Tuesday||10 a.m.-6 p.m.
6 p.m.-9 p.m.
|303, 307 ONLY
301, 303, 307, 309
|Wednesday||10 a.m.-6 p.m.
6 p.m.-9 p.m.
|303, 307, ONLY
307, 309, 311, 303, 301
|Thursday||10 a.m.-6 p.m.||303, 307 ONLY|
To receive proper credit for study hall an attendee must sign
in and out of each session. Additionally, students must remain in the
study hall areas designated to receive credit. Any student that leaves
study hall after signing in will not receive credit for that session and
will be reported to their head coach immediately.
II. Necessary books, assignments and materials must be brought to study hall sessions in order to receive proper credit hours.
III. Personal tutoring is available during normal operating hours of study hall. Any tutoring administered by an employee of The Student Athlete Academic Enhancement Program will count as study hall credit.
IV. Computer labs are available for athletes during study hall. All work must be academically related. Leisure activities such as chat rooms face book my space, games, sports websites etc. are strictly prohibited and are grounds for immediate dismissal.
V. Team members are encouraged to sit separate during study hall hours. Any team causing any distractions as a whole will be asked to leave study hall as a group and will be reported to their Head Coach as well as the Associate Athletic Director immediately.
VI. Any student athlete is welcomed to attend study hall; however study groups that have participants involved that are not a part of intercollegiate athletics must be done outside of study hall hours.
VII. Student athletes are only permitted to gain a maximum of 3 credit hours each session.
Student athletes are responsible for meeting their weekly hour requirements by 6:00 pm on Thursday. Student athletes who fail to meet minimum requirements will suffer the following consequences:
First offense- Warning letter to Head Coach/ Assistant & Associate Athletic Director
Second Offense- Suspension from competition until study hall hour are completed
Individual teams also have penalties in place. Please refer to team manuals for further information.
Tutors are hired in various academic areas to specifically work with student athletes. Any student athlete needing personal attention is encouraged to sign up for tutoring. Specific hours each week are set aside so that each individual athlete needing specific academic assistance can receive it.
Tutoring must be done during the normal operating hours of study hall, as well as in the designated areas. The Student Athlete Academic Enhancement Program is not responsible for any tutoring sessions conducted outside of locations not listed under the operating hour’s section.
Student athletes are permitted to gain study hall hours from other campus resources such as the library, departmental reviews and educational workshops or seminars. Other areas are permitted and will be determined on a case by case circumstance. For credit all student athletes must take a supplemental hour form to the session the day of the event, have a faculty representative present sign the form and submit the form within 48 hours to the Coordinator of Academic Monitoring for Student Athletes.
All information will be verified and any falsification of information will be reported to the Head Coach as well as the Associate Athletic Director.