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INCREASES: Institutional financial aid may be increased for any reason prior to the commencement of the period of the award. Thereafter, aid may only be increased if the institution can demonstrate that such an increase is unrelated to athletics. EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2012: Institutional athletics aid may be increased at any time for any reason.

REDUCTIONS AND CONCELATIONS: Institutional financial aid based in any degree on athletics ability may be reduced or canceled during the period of the award if the recipient:

Renders himself of herself ineligible for intercollegiate competition;

Fraudulently misrepresents any information on an application, letter of intent or financial aid agreement;

Engages in serious misconduct warranting substantial disciplinary action; or

Voluntarily (on his or her own initiative) withdraws from a sport at any time for personal reasons; however, the recipient’s financial aid may not be awarded to another student-athlete in the academic term in which the aid was reduced or cancelled. A student-athlete’s request for written permission to contact another institution regarding possible transfer does not constitute a voluntary withdrawal.

NCAA rules require any student-athlete being reduced or cancelled be provided an opportunity for appeal and hearing should they choose to pursue.


HOME COMPETITION

AWAY COMPETITION An institution may provide meals to student-athletes in conjunction with an away-from-home competition pursuant to one of the following options: 1.

2.

Student-athletes may receive a pregame or postgame meal in addition to regular meals (or meal allowances per Bylaw 16.8.1.2.3). Also, may receive cash, not to exceed $15, in lieu of a postgame meal; or Student-athletes may receive meals at the institution’s discretion from the time the team is required to report on call until the team arrives back on campus. May provide meal or $15 (but not both) at time of release.

All student-athletes are permitted to receive meals at the institution’s discretion beginning with the evening before competition and continuing until they are released by institutional personnel. An institution shall not provide cash to student-athletes in lieu of meals during this time period. An institution, at its discretion, may provide a meal or cash, not to exceed $15 (but not both) to student- athletes at the time of their release by the coach.

The institution, a member conference or a non-institutional charitable, educational or nonprofit agency may use a S-As name, picture or appearance to support its charitable or educational activities or to support activities considered incidental to participation as long as the following conditions are met:

The activity does not involve co-sponsorship, advertisement or promotion by a commercial agency other than through the reproduction of the sponsoring company’s official trademark or logo on printed materials such as pictures, posters or calendars

Pictures of S-As with eligibility remaining may not appear on promotional items that include a reproduction of a product with which a commercial entity is associated if the entity’s official trademark or logo also appears on the item

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Student-Athlete must not miss class

The student-athlete and an authorized representative of the charitable, educational or nonprofit agency sign a release statement

All moneys derived from the activity or project go directly8 to the member institution or agency The S-A may accept actual and necessary expenses from organization related to participation in such activity The S-As name, picture or appearance is not used to promote the commercial ventures of any nonprofit agency Any commercial items with names, likeness or pictures of multiple S-As may be sold only at the member institution at which the S-As are enrolled, the instition’s conference, and other institutionally controlled outlets or outlets controlled by the charitable, educational or nonprofit organization. Items that include individual student-athlete’s name, picture or likeness (i.e. name on jersey, name or likeness on a bobble-head doll), other than informational items (i.e. media guide, schedule cards, institutional publications), may not be sold and


BASEBALL

FOOTBALL

42 Evaluation days from 9/1/11 - 11/26/11. Otherwise QUIET.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL

130 Recruiting person days between 9/16/11 - 4/18/12. Otherwise QUIET unless DEAD

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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ALL OTHER SPORTS:

100 Recruiting person days between 9/16/11 - 3/29/12. Otherwise QUIET unless DEAD

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ANDREA NORDMANN GREG FEATHERSTON STEPHANIE KEY

X6899 X5869 X7525

A.NORDMANN@TCU.EDU G.FEATHERSTON@TCU.EDU STEPHANIE.KEY@TCU.EDU


ComplianceUpdate JAN 12  

INCREASES: Institutional financial aid may be increased for any reason prior to the commencement of the period of the REDUCTIONS AND CONCELA...

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