CIS Qualifications: Canadian Interuniversity Sport Members are post-secondary institutions of learning, located within Canada, who are members of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), which have applied for and been admitted to Membership in accordance with the By-laws. Members are the primary providers of interuniversity sport programs, and are members of a Regional Association, and have voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting. Through their Regional Associations, Members are provided positions on the Board of Directors and various Committees. The institution applying to become a CIS Member must meet the following conditions: Members shall be active members in good standing of a Regional Association. Members shall be active members in good standing of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC). Members shall offer to their student bodies, Canadian Interuniversity Sport competition in one or more sports for men and one or more sports for women. Members shall be liable for and shall pay fees to Canadian Interuniversity Sport as determined by the General Assembly from time to time.
Sources: universitysport.ca, November 2005