The purpose of this study was to present a qualitative model for the development of educational justice in the field of sport science, which was presented in the case of Jahrom University. This study is a qualitative research method that systematic approach of Grounded theory was used to analyze the data. By reviewing the background and theoretical foundations, the introductory list was formulated as interview questions and the primary tool for collecting data and interviewing guide. Then, three sessions with 20 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of sport sciences were held as the focal points of the university. We tried to consider good, moderate, and poor students in equal choices (about 7 students). Also, 12 interviews were held with the faculty members and educational justice elite at Jahrom University until the data reached a theoretical saturation, meaning data was the same as previous data. In the analysis of the data, after the open and axial coding process, and based on the analysis of the obtained factors, the coding process was performed. Results in two general dimensions of educational injustice platforms and educational justice strategies formed the final pattern of research. General concepts derived from inequities include facilities, educational resources, academic discrimination, laws, personal characteristics, professors, content and geographic location, and educational justice strategies include transparency, development of evaluations, training, local development and interaction.