9/18/08 - 13.3 ADMISSIONS AND GRADUATION DATA, BANNED DRUG LIST AND INITIAL-ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS

 

Greetings Seawolves:

As your recruiting kicks into high gear, this tip is a reminder of the information that must be distributed to your recruits and their parents. This includes graduation rates, drug testing lists and initial-eligibility standards. Lucky for you, Phil Hess has all this information compiled on a single page of the SBU Athletics Website (see below).

 

The information can be sent through hard copy or electronic form, but It must be provided "at the earliest opportunity after the institution's first arranged in-person encounter with the prospective student-athlete." In addition, the information must be provided before a prospective student-athlete signs their letter of intent.

Please make sure this information is submitted to your recruits before you submit a NLI request.

Have a look at the information provided in the link below and let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Best,

Matt

http://goseawolves.cstv.com/school-bio/ston-compliance-reports-recruits.html


13.3 ADMISSIONS AND GRADUATION DATA, BANNED DRUG LIST AND INITIAL-ELIGIBILITY STANDARDS

 

13.3.1 Disclosure Report

13.3.1.1 Report Publication

The Association's national office annually shall publish the admissions and graduation-rate data, academic progress rate and graduation success rate specified in Bylaws 30.1, 30.1.1 and 30.1.2 and shall identify the information on an institution-specific basis. (Adopted: 1/10/90 effective immediately for data collection, effective 10/1/91 for disclosure, Revised: 1/9/06)

13.3.1.2 Report Distribution

Member institutions shall provide to prospective student-athletes and to prospective student-athletes' parents or legal guardians the information contained within the report. The NCAA shall provide a compilation of graduation data to the prospective student-athletes' guidance offices and high school and two-year college coaches. The information shall be provided at the earliest opportunity after the institution's first arranged in-person encounter with the prospective student-athlete or upon request; however, in no event shall an institution provide the information later than the day prior to a prospective student-athlete's signed acceptance of the National Letter of Intent or signed acceptance of the institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid. An institution may provide the information in hard copy or electronic form (e.g., electronic mail, link to Web site). Violations of this bylaw shall be considered institutional violations per Constitution 2.8.1; however, such violations shall not affect the prospective student-athlete's eligibility. (Adopted: 1/10/90 effective immediately for data collection, effective 10/1/91 for disclosure; Revised: 1/10/92, 1/16/93, 4/27/00, 5/9/06

13.3.2 Banned Drug List and Information about Nutritional Supplements

13.3.2.1 Report Publication

The Association's national office annually shall publish the banned drug list and shall update the list on its Web site (see Bylaw 31.2.3.4). (Adopted: 4/29/04 effective 8/1/04, Revised: 2/10/06)

13.3.2.2 Report Distribution

Member institutions shall provide to all incoming prospective student-athletes and to prospective student-athletes' parents the NCAA banned drug list, or the NCAA Web site address at which the list is located, and information about nutritional supplements (see Bylaw 31.2.3.4). The information shall be provided at the earliest practical opportunity (e.g., after the institution's first arranged in-person encounter with the prospective student-athlete) or upon request; however, in no event shall an institution provide the information later than July 1 before the prospective student-athlete's initial enrollment at the institution. For a prospective student-athlete whose recruitment is initiated after July 1, the institution must send the banned drug list and information about nutritional supplements at the earliest opportunity. Violations of this bylaw shall be considered institutional violations per Constitution 2.8.1; however, such violations shall not affect the prospective student-athlete's eligibility. (Adopted: 4/29/04 effective 8/1/04)

13.3.3 Notification of Initial-Eligibility Standards

Member institutions shall provide to high school prospective student-athletes and their parents or legal guardians information regarding the initial-eligibility standards contained in Bylaw 14.3. The information shall be provided at the earliest opportunity after the institution begins recruiting the prospective student-athlete, but not later than the day prior to the prospective student-athlete's signed acceptance of the National Letter of Intent or institution's written offer of admission and/or financial aid. An institution may provide the information in hard copy or electronic form (e.g., electronic mail, link to Web site). Violations of this bylaw shall be considered institutional violations per Constitution 2.8.1; however, such violations shall not affect the prospective student-athlete's eligibility. (Adopted: 4/27/06 effective 8/1/06)