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Rules Education

Rules Education

Coaches and Staff:

Coaches Resources:

  • Coaches Compliance Manual (recently combined with internal orientation manual)
  • Compliance Services Call Guide
  • Recruiting Calendar
  • ARMS Website

Coaches Forms:

  • Ticket Request Form – Unofficial Visit
  • Occassional Meals Request Form (completed via ARMS)
  • Awards Approval Form

Official Visit Forms:

  • Official Visit Checklist
  • Official Visit Travel Request (Business Office Authorization Form)
  • Official Visit Supplemental Items

Academic Evaluations:

  • Transfer Checklist
  • International Transfer Checklist
  • Historical Data Form – Transfer Student-Athletes
  • International Freshman Checklist
  • International Freshman Questionnaire

Rules EducationClemson University Compliance Services is devoted to educating and following the NCAA, ACC and Clemson’s policies and procedures.  In order to disseminate the rules, new legislation and institutional policies, Compliance services conducts a comprehensive rules education program for all coaches, staff, student-athletes and boosters.

2017-18 Newsletters:

September 2017 | October 2017 | November 2017 | December 2017 | January 2018

2016-17  Newsletters:

August 2016 l September 2016 l October 2016 | November 2016 | December 2016 | January 2017 | February 2017 | March 2017 | April 2017 | May 2017

2015-16 Newsletters:

September 2015 | October 2015 | November 2015 | December 2015 | January 2016 | February 2016 | March 2016 | April 2016 | May 2016

2014-15 Newsletters:

August 2014 | October 2014 | November 2014 | December 2014 | January 2015 | February 2015 | March 2015 | April 2015 | May 2015

2013-14 Newsletters:September 2013 | October 2013 | November 2013

2012-13 Newsletters:September 2012 | November 2012 | December 2012 | January 2013 | March 2013 | May 2013

GamblingNCAA rules prohibit intercollegiate athletics staff members from placing bets (through organized means) on any sporting event, amateur or professional, in which the NCAA sponsors a championship. It is a violation of Federal Law to affect, or attempt to affect, the outcome of a collegiate contest. Additionally, it is not legal for anyone (coach, staff or booster) to provide information that can be used to bet on the outcome of a contest.

 
 

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