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College Sports, Education

Measuring Rules-Compliance

NCAA member institutions must be diligent in the continual improvement of rules-compliance programs. One way is to measure whether institutional personnel, student-athletes, boosters and others are complying with NCAA legislation and following athletics policy and procedures. Specifically, an athletics department can aggregate, analyze and assess institutional personnel, student-athletes, boosters and others’ accurate implementation of athletics policy and procedures relating to NCAA rules-compliance using:

•Data from secondary violation self-reports.
•Data, feedback and other information from compliance hotlines, small-group discussions and workshop feedback.
•Data from scorecards that measure campus and athletics units’ compliance with NCAA legislation.
•Annual compliance surveys of university and athletics staff, student-athletes, boosters and others.

Contact Michael L. Buckner (954-941-1844; mbuckner@michaelbucknerlaw.com) for more rules-compliance strategies.


About Michael L. Buckner, Esquire

An attorney who provides clients with internal investigation, civil litigation, estate planning and compliance services.


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