- To be eligible for membership on the EEC, an individual must have a position on campus that is intimately involved with the institution’s esports program.
- Interested parties must be nominated by a representative from a member institution.
- Once nominated, the Board of Directors will review each candidate and Board members will cast one vote for each vacancy.
- In determining the EEC members, the Board shall commit to a process that will take geographic location, institution size, and diversity into consideration to maintain a balance on the committee.
Terms of Service
- Each member of the EEC shall serve at the discretion of Board for a term of three years not to exceed two consecutive terms.
- In the event of resignation or removal, the Board shall appoint a replacement to serve out the remainder of the outgoing committee member’s term, or shall leave the opening vacant until the next election.
- The EEC officers shall be comprised of a chair and a chair-elect. These positions shall be appointed by the EEC from the existing members of the committee. Each officer shall serve a three-year term and shall be exempt from the term limits stated in Item 1. When the chair’s term expires, the chair-elect shall become the chair.
Committee Duties & Responsibilities
The Eligibility Enforcement Committee shall exercise authority in the following matters:
- Act as the interpreting body of the NACE constitution and bylaws;
- Review all allegations of violations of the bylaws, and may impose corresponding penalties against programs, coaches, students, and institutions;
- Serve as the sole arbiter of any requests for exceptions to NACE’s bylaws unless otherwise specified herein; and
- Work with other NACE committees and councils to develop and propose changes to the constitution or bylaws to be voted on by the membership at the annual convention.