Many college fall sport teams are approaching the midpoint of their season and some teams may have already started the second half of their season.
It’s important to know that a student-athlete can’t compete in their sport after the midpoint of their season if they hope to qualify for a Medical Hardship Waiver.
The rules for a Hardship Waiver differ somewhat between the various levels of college athletics (NCAA Division I, Division II, etc). However, the general rule of thumb is that student-athletes can’t appear in more than 30% of the season for their sport.
We shared another article about Medical Hardship Waivers a few weeks ago, but if you missed it, you can find it through the link below:
If you have questions about Hardship Waivers (whether Medical or otherwise), schedule a Waivers and Appeals Consult online, or you can call us at 913-766-1235 or send an email to email@example.com.