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Intercollegiate Athletic Program
The Intercollegiate Athletic program is designed to provide opportunities for those students who wish to participate in certain sports activities and who desire to represent the College in competition with other collegiate institutions. The program is affiliated with the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Mountain Valley Collegiate Conference. Varsity-level volleyball, basketball, softball, tennis, bowling and golf are offered for women. Varsity-level soccer, basketball, bowling, baseball, tennis and golf are offered for men. The College operates in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
All prospective student-athletes must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) during the season of their competition and meet minimum academic eligibility requirements of passing at least 12 credit hours with a 1.75 GPA their first semester and a 2.0 each semester thereafter. Transfer student-athletes must meet the same requirements for their cumulative course work. Second-season athletes must have accumulated at least 24 credit hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA.
SUNY Adirondack is a member of Region III of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The region encompasses all of New York state north and west of Kingston and totals approximately 26 member two-year institutions, some of which represent national powers in such sports as soccer, basketball and bowling. The program is affiliated in a more local way with the Mountain Valley Collegiate Conference, which is an association of ten two-year colleges offering about twelve various sports programs to its men and women members. The Conference is one of the most competitive in the state.
Intramural Athletic Program
The Intramural Athletic program is organized to offer all students the opportunity to take part in sports or recreational physical activity as regularly as their interests and time permit. Activities in the program include: touch football, volleyball, baskeball, badminton, and ultimate frisbee. All intramural activities are co-educational.