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1 Implement Educate Monitor Ask Before You Act! November 2010

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3  Flip Turn is a swimmer at Ocean State University. Flip's team will be practicing for a week during winter break. The dorms will be closed during this time, so Flip will be staying with his parents who live about 10 miles from campus. Which of the following expenses may Flip receive in conjunction with these required practice sessions? A. Lodging at the institutional rate for staying in the dorm and a meal stipend at the institutional staff member rate B. Lodging at the average hotel rate in the area and a meal stipend at the institutional staff member rate C. $20 day for incidental expenses D. Team meals incidental to participation

4  During an official visit, if you use a boat, snowmobile, etc., you must count the normal retail cost for their use toward the $30-per- day entertainment allowance. A. True B. False

5  The baseball coaches at Ocean State University are conducting a coaches clinic this weekend. One of the high school coaches attending is bringing a few of his players to serve as demonstrators. Is this permissible? A. Yes B. No

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7  Two Iowa basketball recruits met Ashton Kutcher & Demi Moore while on visits to campus  NCAA rules prohibit representatives of athletics interests (aka “boosters”) from making in-person on- or off-campus contacts.  Broad definition to become a representative of athletics interests  join a booster club  donate money to athletics department  assist in recruiting  assist in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes  or otherwise involved in promoting an athletics program).  Once someone becomes a representative of athletics interests, he/she remains one forever.

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9  If you are out-of-season (i.e. 8 hour weeks), then no countable athletically-related activities starting one week prior to the final exam period until the end of exams.  End of exams is student-athlete specific.  Final exam period: Dec  So prohibition on CARAs began Nov. 29  Sports that are in season are not affected.

10  Student-athletes who withdraw from a course (take a “W”) can no longer use that course toward full-time enrollment  So, any student-athlete who withdraws from a course and drops below full-time enrollment becomes immediately ineligible.  Effective immediately

11  Only eligible student-athletes may have travel expenses paid by the University  Cannot leave more than 48 hours prior to scheduled competition time  Several exceptions: e.g. travel to Hawaii/Alaska, NCAA championships, travel during inclement weather)  Must return within 36 hours after conclusion of competition  24 hours for men’s basketball

12  PSAs are permitted to observe practices and meetings until the date on which he or she has signed a National Letter of Intent, a written offer of admission or financial aid, or has made a financial deposit with the institution.  After that date, the prospective student- athlete is permitted to observe the institution's practices and meetings only in the same manner as the general public.

13  Fall semester grades will be posted Dec. 16  Certification for spring will soon thereafter  Priority for certification will be given to sports currently in season and then those competing earliest in the spring

14  Dates: Dec. 7 – 10  Location: Stadium, 1 st floor  We can hold stipend checks for sports with book scholarships to ensure all books are returned if you want.

15  Cross Country/Track & Field  Contact Period: Nov. 23 – Dec. 12  Dead Period: Dec. 13 – Dec. 16  Quiet Period: Dec. 17 – Jan. 2  Contact Period: Jan. 3 – Jan. 30  Football  Contact Period: Nov. 28 – Dec. 18  Quiet Period: Dec. 19  Dead Period: Dec. 20 – Jan. 3  Contact Period: Jan. 4 – Jan. 8  Quiet Period: Jan. 9  Dead Period: Jan. 10 – Jan. 13  Contact Period: Jan. 14 – Jan. 29  Quiet Period: Jan. 30  Dead Period: Jan. 31 – Feb. 3

16  Men’s Basketball  Evaluation Period: Nov. 12 – Dec. 23  Dead Period: Dec. 24 – Dec. 26  Evaluation Period: Dec. 27 – Mar. 15  Women’s Basketball  Evaluation Period: Nov. 12 – Dec. 23  Dead Period: Dec. 24 – Dec. 26  Evaluation Period: Dec. 27 – Feb. 28  Softball  Quiet Period: Nov. 25 – Dec. 7  Dead Period: Dec. 8 – Dec. 11  Quiet Period: Dec. 12 – Jan. 1  Contact Period: Jan. 2 – April 10

17  Volleyball  Contact Period: Nov. 12 – Dec. 5  Quiet Period: Dec. 6 – Dec. 14  Dead Period: Dec. 15 – Dec. 31  Quiet Period: Jan. 1 – Jan. 14  Contact Period: Jan. 15 – April 10  Soccer  Dead Period: Jan. 31 – Feb. 3  Golf & Tennis  No restrictions until April 2011

18  Twitter.com/WeberCompliance  Daily Updates with important deadlines & rules reminders

19  All logs due at end of the month  If you didn’t have any activity, please indicate that on a log  Still need a log if in a contact period, but doesn’t have to be detailed.  If contact period doesn’t last the full month, then need detailed logs for non-contact times.

20 No rules education sessions until January 2011


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