Dear Eligibility Coach:
My son is finishing his first year at an NAIA school where he was on the wrestling team. He wants to transfer to an NCAA football championship subdivision school and compete in football. Will he be able to compete without sitting out a year?
Unfortunately, your son will not be able to compete in the year he transfers. Any student-athlete who intends to participate in football must sit a year in residence before being able to compete at a new school unless he transfers down a division. The only division above football championship subdivision [FCS] is football bowl subdivision [FBS]. Therefore, any student-athlete who intends
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to participate in football at a FCS school will have to sit a year in residence if transferring from an NCAA Division II, III, or NAIA school.
Your son may be eligible to receive an athletic scholarship and practice with the team if he meets certain continuing eligibility standards. Call the athletic academic advisor or the compliance officer of the university your son will transfer to and investigate all of your options before transferring.