Vol. 4 No. 7 April 2002
Congratulations to Eric Wood. He is one of 11 interns selectedfor the NCAA national office internship program. Salary, healthinsurance and a great opportunity! Congratulations to Eric on hisselection into this prestigious program.
NCAA COACHES CERTIFICATION TEST! BRING YOUR 2001-02 MANUAL AND#2 PENCILS.
APRIL 29, 2002 – TWO TEST ADMINISTRATIONS
FIRST GROUP: Coaches, Strength Staff, Business Office and Administration
8:00 – 8:30 A.M. Review
8:30-10:00 A.M. Test
SECOND GROUP: Vickery, SID, Administrative Assistants, Training Room, Equipment, IPTAY, Ticket Office and Video
10:00-10:30 A.M. Review
10:30-12:00 Noon Test
PRACTICE TEST: Coaches will take duringregular rules education session this month. All other athleticdepartment staff can chose one practice time from:
Wednesday, April 10 from 3:00-4:00, room 115 Jervey.
Thursday, April 11 from 10:00-11:00, room 115 Jervey.
Meghan McGuirt – Rowing student-athlete was named Clemson’s “Woman of the Year” for undergraduates. Congratulations!
“Black Tiger Applications”: If you provided a black tiger application to any prospect, you must notify compliance services by April 15 if you intend to offer them aid. On April 16, admissions will process those applications and send denial/acceptance letters. Black tiger applications are out for: baseball, men’s tennis, rowing, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s track.
LETTERS TO SIGNEES! Please stop by compliance services to pick up letters to mail to your signees. The letter helps usher them through the Clearinghouse and admissions process. This should go out quickly to your prospects. Thanks!
ADMISSIONS/ELIGIBILITY LIST: We will begin circulating the list May 1st. Please resist contacting us before then about the admission information until our first report goes out. We appreciate your restraint.
HEAD COACHES – URGENT!
Please submit list of athletes who will work your summer campsto Mr. Robinson for approval. Due by May 1.
Please submit a list of prospects who will be in Clemson thissummer preparing for next year. Include whether they will beattending summer school and where they will reside. Due tocompliance services by April 29.
Is it permissible to provide gifts to a student-athlete
who has recently completed athletic eligibility?
No. NCAA rules restrict us from providing any kind
of gift or awards except those permitted by Bylaw 16.
Q. Hometown wants to host a special day for a successful Clemson student-athlete whose eligibility is exhausted and who has graduated. Is it permissible for the city to raise funds and provide those to the athlete?
A. NCAA rules would not allow funds to be raised and given to the athlete. The identity as a student-athlete remains even though eligibility is exhausted, and therefore Bylaw 16 still applies.
Q. Would it be permissible for an incoming freshman transfer student-athlete to participate in a summer foreign tour prior to starting classes?
A. No. Foreign tours are for returning team members only.
Q. Current Clemson student-athlete is an alumnus of a two-year school. The school has asked the athlete to participate in an alumni game April 15. Is it permissible?
A. No. Alumni game would be considered an outside team competition and Bylaw 17 would prohibit participation.
Q. Is it permissible for parents of an enrolled student-athlete to transport a prospect to Clemson for an athletic event?
A. This would be permissible if the student-athlete’s family knew the prospect before he/she entered the 9th grade and this is a typical activity.
A team has so many members that the coach is unable to host anoccasional meal at their home. Do NCAA rules allow large teams tohave an occasional meal at the school instead?
A. No. Hard to believe but it’s true.
Is it permissible to pay tutoring costs for a prospect who hassigned a NLI and is a high school senior?
A. No. Academic support is available only for student-athletes enrolled at Clemson.
September 18, 2018