What if you start college in 2014 and redshirt then medical redshirt juniors when do you graduate out of college
- RICKLv 72 years ago
Redshirting has zero/nada/zilch/nothing to do with graduation, it only has to do with eligibility for sports
You graduate when you accumulate enough credits
- Cu TieLv 72 years ago
Such a person would graduate college this spring (2018), but will have 2 additional years of eligibility to play college sports (due to the redshirt years) during the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic years.
- Anonymous2 years ago
2018 if you keep up with your class by taking at an average of 15-16 credits per semester.
- BobLv 72 years ago
You would graduate when you completed the requirements to get a degree. In the scenario that you described the person/player would have 6 years in college, their 4 years of playing, plus one for the Redshirt and one for the medical Redshirt.
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- 2 years ago
Why wear red shirt to college? It seem improper to wear the spilled blood of your enemies to a holy place?
- MamawidsomLv 72 years ago
Your question doesn't make sense. Redshirting impacts a students eligibility to play sports, it is not related to the student's academic progress toward graduation. Most college students graduate in 4-5 years from entering. A student who redshirted twice and is otherwise eligible to play could play two more years in college, regardless of their degree status as long as they were enrolled as a full-time student. Some college players who redshirt end up in Masters Degree programs so that they can continue to play.
- DEBSLv 72 years ago
When you have enough credits to graduate. That is not related to your sports eligibility.