The NCAA Academic Progress Rate [APR] was started by nine years ago to measure retention and graduation rates at its member institutions. Every NCAA Division I sports team receives points based on the number of student-athletes who are eligible at the end of each term, and the number who are retained for the beginning of the next term.
A minimum score of 900 was the original standard. The new standard is 930, which equates to a 50 percent graduation rate.
For the 2012-13 postseason, the following teams will not be able to compete:
Jacksonville State University
Mississippi Valley State University
Texas A&M Corpus Christi
University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff
University of California, Riverside
University of Connecticut
University of Toledo
North Carolina A&T State University
Texas Southern University
Central Connecticut State University
University of Northern Colorado
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