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About Us

Out-of Recruitment Area Student Contact Record - Form C

Solano Community College Athletics belongs to the California Community College Athletic Association. This association is an integral part of California's extensive community college system. As authorized by the State Legislature, the Education Code provides the CCCAA the opportunity and authority to establish the rules and regulations to administer the athletic activities of the nearly 27,000 men and women student athletes in the state.

Mission Statement for Athletics

Solano Community College believes the student-athlete should be representative of the general student body, with like academic qualifications and the same probability of success. The individual rights and academic goals of the student-athlete should not be compromised by the desire of the college to conduct successful athletic programs. Participation in the Athletics program, while augmenting the student's formal education, should lead to the development of a more enlightened, well-rounded citizen in the community.

Integrity is indispensable to an intercollegiate athletics program, for without it sport loses its true meaning. We believe that administrators, coaches, faculty, staff and student-athletes, in concert with all members of the college community, must share a total commitment to abiding by the rules and regulations of the Community College League of California, the allied conference, and the institution, in their endeavor to be successful.

Athletics serves as a window of Solano Community College to the county and recognizes its obligation to serve as a concerned and committed partner in the county.

Athletic Eligibilities

Rules for First Year of Athletic Eligibility

  • Continuous enrollment in 12 or more units.
  • No sport, except men's and women's basketball, may use late-start classes for initial eligibility.
  • 9 of 12 units must be towards your Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Updated IEP for the year from an athletic counselor.
  • Enrolled in Intercollegiate Athletics.
  • All correctly completed eligibility paperwork turned in at least two weeks before the 1st game.

Rules for Second Year of Athletic Eligibility

  • Continuous enrollment in 12 or more units.
  • No sport, except men's and women's basketball, may use late-start classes for initial eligibility.
  • 9 of 12 units must be towards your IEP.
  • Updated IEP for the year from an athletic counselor.
  • Enrolled in Intercollegiate Athletics.
  • 24 or more units with a 2.0 grade point average (gpa) calculated from your 1st semester of participation.
  • 18 of your 24 completed units must be toward your IEP.
  • Meet the transfer rule if you have transferred.
  • All correctly completed eligibility paperwork turned in at least two weeks before the 1st game.