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Screening of Recruits


  • Head coaches are responsible for evaluating a recruit’s character and citizenship, and for recruiting individuals who will share the University’s commitment to the highest standards of behavior and attitude.

  • Head coaches are expected to communicate to recruits their expectations in terms of behavior and attitude prior to the official visit.

  • If any coach receives information that a recruit has any incidents in his/her background such as arrests, citations, or any other potentially embarrassing incidents or incidents that would indicate a lack of character, the coach is to make the Director of Athletics aware of those issues so that a joint decision can be made on whether or not to continue recruitment.

Activities during Official Visits


  • Coaches are responsible to select responsible hosts who will follow the coaches’ instructions and avoid inappropriate behaviors.

  • Coaches are responsible to instruct their assistant coaches and student hosts about what types of behavior and activities are appropriate and inappropriate. While good judgment is expected of student-athletes, all possible activities cannot be listed. The following are some examples of inappropriate and appropriate activities:

Inappropriate activities:



    • Attendance at adult entertainment facilities and/or casinos

    • Excessive meals and transportation

    • Provision of alcohol to under-aged recruits

    • Use of escort services, exotic dancers, or any other similar services

    • Participation in any unethical or illegal activity, that violates criminal law or NCAA rules such as provision of drugs, or participation in gambling activities

    • Activities at any location that may cause a perception of impropriety

Appropriate activities:



    • Take the prospect out for a snack(e.g., pizza, hamburger) in addition to the three meals

    • Take the prospect to the movies

    • Take the prospect to an on campus athletic or student event

    • Take the prospect to an on or off-campus party

    • Take the prospect to play pool

    • Take the prospect to engage in recreational activities (e.g., bowling, Lasertron, etc.)




  • Coaches are responsible to ask the host what free time or social activities are planned for the recruit and to follow up after the visit.

  • Coaches are responsible to inform the host that providing alcohol to anyone under the age of 21 is prohibited by New York State laws and will not be tolerated.

Administration and Education

NU will take the following steps in administering the Official/Unofficial Visit Policy:



  • The Official/Unofficial Visit Policy will be incorporated in the Student-Athlete Manual and Department of Athletics Policies and Procedures Manual.

  • The policy will be distributed to all coaches and administrators at the earliest possible NU All Staff Meeting.

  • The policy will be posted on the NU Compliance Website; www.niagara.edu/compliance

  • Copies of the policy will be sent to prospects; along with the Graduation Rate Report and the NCAA Banned Substances List.

Oversight, Monitoring, and Enforcement

While the control of the Athletics program rests with the President, Vice President, and Director of Athletics, others at the University have important roles to play in preventing and reporting recruiting abuses.




  • The responsibilities of coaches are clearly stated above.




  • The sport administrators are responsible to monitor recruiting activities to be sure the coach is fulfilling his/her responsibilities as noted above.




  • The Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance will assure that the coaches have reviewed these policies and that the coaches have reviewed these policies with their teams.




  • The Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance will assure that an itinerary and a copy of the prospect’s high school or junior college transcript with SAT or ACT scores are on hand prior to a visit and that an expense summary form is submitted at the conclusion of each visit with receipts for travel, meals, and lodging.




  • Staff, coaches, and student-athletes will be informed that any concerns about the recruiting process should be reported to the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance who will in turn inform the Director of Athletics so that appropriate action can be taken.

In case of potential NCAA infractions, institutional investigative and enforcement policies will be followed, including informing the Faculty Athletics Representative, Vice President, and President. If circumstances warrant further action, appropriate campus and/or law enforcement authorities will be informed. If as a result of investigations it is determined that a violation(s) occurred, swift and appropriate action will be taken along with a self-report of the violation(s) submitted to the conference and/or the NCAA. An annual report of all recruiting violations shall be filed with the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.




  • Staff, coaches, or student-athletes found to be in violation of these policies would face disciplinary action, which may include termination of employment or cancellation of athletic aid.

Unofficial Visits:

  1. If NU or its boosters pay for any of the prospect’s travel expenses or entertainment, the visit becomes official.

  2. Coaches are required to record all unofficial visits on the “Unofficial Visit Record Form” and return the completed forms to the compliance office.

  3. The compliance office will review, and compile all Unofficial Visit Record Forms in the compliance office.

Any person aware of impermissible recruiting activity identified in this policy or as regulated by the NCAA should contact the Assistant Athletic Director – Compliance immediately. Failure to report impermissible activity may place the individual(s) aware and/or involved in impermissible recruiting activity and the institution in a position of violation of NCAA Bylaws. This policy has been reviewed and approved by Niagara University President, Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M.
SECTION III
Transfer Student-athletes To/From Niagara University
PURPOSE: To monitor recruiting of transfer student-athletes to ensure compliance with NCAA Bylaw 13.1.1.3.
PROCEDURE: All coaches are required to ask the Compliance Office to submit a Permission to Contact request prior to making recruiting contact with a student-athlete from another institution.
TIMELINE: Permission to Contact requests are made on an as-needed basis.

TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION

If a student-athlete desires to explore the possibility of transferring to another institution, the student-athlete must follow a certain procedure. The student-athlete must first consult his or her respective head coach. Student-athletes who request a transfer will be viewed as voluntarily withdrawing from their respective team and will be required to fill out and sign a voluntary withdrawal from intercollegiate athletics form. No student-athlete will be permitted to contact any other MAAC Institutions, SUNY at Buffalo, or St. Bonaventure University. After the student-athlete meets with the head coach, the student-athlete will then need to contact the Associate AD - Compliance Services, William Morris, (AADCS). The AADCS will then either confirm the release with the head coach and expedite the release or schedule a meeting with the Director of Athletics, AADCS, and the student-athlete to discuss the reasons for transfer and go over the department’s decision to/not to permit you to contact other institutions. If Niagara University decides not to permit a student-athlete to contact other institutions, a letter will be sent to the student-athlete which states that the student-athlete will have an opportunity to appeal such a decision. At that point the student-athlete will be directed to contact the chair of the Transfer Appeal Committee (TAC) (Dean of Student Affairs, Joe Cuda) to appeal the decision. The chair of the TAC will then schedule a hearing with the TAC, the student-athlete, and the head coach. After such a hearing, the decision will be final. The NCAA leaves the final decision for transfer with the institution and will not accept appeals to transfer if denied by the institution.


Transfer Eligibility
PURPOSE: To ensure transfer student-athletes meet the NCAA Eligibility requirements of Bylaw 14.
PROCEDURE: To practice or compete at Niagara University, all incoming transfer student-

student-athletes are required to be certified for continuing eligibility as having met NCAA progress towards-degree requirements. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance oversees this certification through the following process:





  1. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance requests the transcript for an incoming transfer student-athlete and submits it to the appropriate dean at Niagara for an evaluation.

  2. The dean reviews the transcript for the transfer student-athlete to determine if the transfer student-athlete will meet the 40/60/80 progress-towards-degree requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.4.3.2.

  3. Based on the Dean’s evaluation, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance determines the final certification status of the transfer student-athlete, then informs: 1) The Admissions Office, 2) The Financial Aid Office, and 3) the appropriate coach of this decision.



SECTION IV
Student-Athlete Eligibility Forms
PURPOSE: To ensure student-athletes have completed all of their required NCAA, conference, and institutional paperwork prior to their practicing or competing for Niagara University, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.1.3.
PROCEDURE: All student-athletes are required to complete and submit to the Compliance Office the following paperwork prior to their being permitted to practice or compete for Niagara University: 1) Niagara University Code of Conduct, 2) Student-Athlete Eligibility and Information sheet, 3) Student-Athlete Misconduct Release Form, 4) MAAC Sportsmanship Statement, 5) Niagara University Authorization for Release of Information Form, 6) NCAA Disclosure of Public Health Information Consent, 7) Niagara University Drug Education and Testing Informed Consent and Liability Form, 8) Niagara University Drug Education and Testing Authorization for Release of Information and Records Form, 9) Niagara University Drug Education and Testing Authorization for Release of Medical Information and records Form, 10) NCAA Student-Athlete Statement, and 11) NCAA Student-Athlete Drug Testing Consent.
TIMELINE: The above paperwork must be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office prior to the first date of practice for each team.
RESULT: If a student-athlete has not submitted the above paperwork to the Compliance Office by the listed deadline, he/she may not be eligible to practice or compete with his/her team.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: At all times, it is possible to know what forms your student-athletes have completed. Coaches may have access to this information through the Compliance Assistant Internet ( CAi) by asking the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance to grant you permission.

SECTION V

NCAA Eligibility Center
Initial Eligibility-Academics
PURPOSE: To monitor initial-eligibility status to ensure student-athletes have satisfied the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.3.1.
PROCEDURE: All student-athletes must be certified as qualifiers by the NCAA Eligibility Center and the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance prior to their being permitted to compete on any athletic team for Niagara University. To ensure there are no delays in initial-eligibility certification review, coaches are to submit a prospects social security number or eligibility center ID to the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance at the earliest possible date.
TIMELINE: Beginning in June, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance submits NCAA

Eligibility Center updates to coaches on a weekly basis. These updates continue throughout the summer, or until all prospective student-athletes in a given sport have achieved initial eligibility certification.


Please note: Recruited student-athletes have 14 days from the date of their first practice with a Niagara athletic team to achieve initial-eligibility certification. If initial-eligibility certification has not been achieved by the end of this 14-day grace period, a recruited student-athlete must be withheld from all activities with the team until initial-eligibility certification is achieved. Non-recruited student-athletes have 45 days from the date of their first practice with a Niagara athletic team to achieve initial-eligibility certification. If initial-eligibility certification has not been achieved by the end of this 45-day grace period, a non-recruited student-athlete must be withheld from all activities with the team until initial-eligibility certification is achieved.
RESULT: If a student-athlete is deemed a non-qualifier by the NCAA Eligibility Center, the student-athlete is not permitted to practice, compete, or receive athletic aid with any Niagara athletic team for his/her first year of enrollment at Niagara.
Initial-Eligibility-Amateurism
PURPOSE: To monitor amateurism status to ensure student-athletes meet the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 12.1.1.
PROCEDURE: All student-athletes must be certified as amateurs by the NCAA Eligibility Center and the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance prior to their being permitted to compete on any athletic team for Niagara University. To ensure there are no delays in amateurism certification review, coaches are to submit a prospects social security number or eligibility center ID to the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance at the earliest possible date.
TIMELINE: Beginning in June, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance submits NCAA

Eligibility Center updates to coaches on a weekly basis. These updates continue throughout the summer, or until all prospective student-athletes in a given sport have achieved initial eligibility certification.


Please note: Recruited student-athletes have 14 days from the date of their first practice with a Niagara athletic team to achieve initial-eligibility certification. If initial-eligibility certification has not been achieved by the end of this 14-day grace period, a recruited student-athlete must be withheld from all activities with the team until initial-eligibility certification is achieved. Non-recruited student-athletes have 45 days from the date of their first practice with a Niagara athletic team to achieve initial-eligibility certification. If initial-eligibility certification has not been achieved by the end of this 45-day grace period, a non-recruited student-athlete must be withheld from all activities with the team until initial-eligibility certification is achieved.
RESULT: If a student-athlete is deemed a non-qualifier by the NCAA Eligibility Center, the student-athlete is not permitted to practice, compete, or receive athletic aid with any Niagara athletic team for his/her first year of enrollment at Niagara University.

SECTION VI
Continuing Eligibility
PURPOSE: To monitor continuing eligibility status to ensure student-athletes are meeting the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.4.
PROCEDURE: All non-freshman student-athletes, including transfers, are certified twice annually by the Deans’ Offices, Records Office, and the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance to ensure they meet NCAA progress-towards-degree requirements.
TIMELINE: Student-athletes are initially certified in the fall in advance of their first competition. At this time, the Deans’ Offices, Records Office, and the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance jointly work together to produce squad lists for each team. These lists must be signed by each head coach, the Financial Aid Office, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance, and the Director of Athletics prior to the team’s first competition. In the spring, following the receipt of fall semester grades, all student-athletes are certified a second time. Appropriately, any necessary updates to squad lists are made at this time, and coaches will be informed by the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance of any changes in a given student-athlete’s eligibility status.

SECTION VII
International Student-athletes
PURPOSE: To qualify international student-athletes for intercollegiate practice or competition, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.5.1
PROCEDURE: All international student-athletes are required to complete the International Student-Athlete Amateurism Certification form. Coaches are requested to make this form available to all international prospective student-athletes at the earliest possible date in order for amateurism certification to be completed in a timely manner. This form is available online on the Niagara University Athletic Department Compliance website as well as the NCAA website.
ACTION: If an international student-athlete is determined to not be an amateur by the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance and the NCAA Eligibility Center, the student-athlete will not be permitted to compete in intercollegiate athletics at Niagara University.
SECTION VIII
National Letter of Intent (NLI)
PURPOSE: To ensure the National Letter of Intent guidelines are followed, as per the requirements of the outline of the program.
PROCEDURE: All coaches are expected work with the Compliance Office for the distribution of all NLI’s. All NLI’s will be sent directly from the Compliance Office. Coaches are expected to tell the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance to whom an NLI should be sent. Niagara University must have a copy of the students’ transcripts, SAT/ACT scores, the student must be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center, and the student must be placed on the institutional request list (IRL) before an NLI will be mailed. NLI’s can be express delivered at the coaches discretion.
PLEASE NOTE: An NLI will only be valid if there is an athletic scholarship offer that accompanies the NLI. An announcement of NLI signing will only be released after the prospect has been admitted to Niagara University through the normal admissions process. There will be NO press releases until a PSA has been admitted.
TIMELINE: Please refer to the NLI website (http://www.national-letter.org) for upcoming NLI signing periods and plan accordingly. The NLI letter itself is also available for download at the above website.

SECTION IX
NCAA Special Assistance Fund
PURPOSE: To ensure the NCAA Special Assistance Funs is being utilized in the most efficient manner.
PROCEDURE: The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance is responsible for contacting all coaches at the beginning of the academic year with the names of student-athletes who qualify to utilize the Special Assistance Fund. Student-athletes should complete and return the appropriate paperwork to the Compliance Office in the Gallagher Center in order to receive reimbursement for the Special Assistance Fund through the MAAC. Student-athletes can receive up to $500 in clothing reimbursement in a given year.
TIMELINE: On-going throughout the year.

SECTION X
Roster Adjustments
PURPOSE: To ensure squad lists retain their accuracy throughout the year, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 30.14.
PROCEDURE: In order to add/drop a student-athlete from a team, coaches must complete a Squad List Addition or Deletion form and submit this form to the Compliance Office. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance is then responsible for adjusting the student-athlete’s roster status on all squad lists and rosters. Note: If a given student-athlete is on athletic aid, both the student-athlete and the coach must also complete a Voluntary Withdrawal form and submit this form to the Compliance Office in order for the student-athlete’s roster status to be adjusted.
TIMELINE: Squad List Addition or Deletion forms must be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office immediately when a roster update occurs, as roster adjustments must in turn be communicated by the Compliance Office to Financial Aid, the Record’s Office, and Athletic Communications. Additionally, Voluntary Withdrawal forms must also be completed immediately, particularly in cases where athletic aid reallocation is being considered.


SECTION XI
Walk-On Student-athletes
PURPOSE: To ensure walk-on student-athletes satisfy departmental requirements prior to their being certified for practice and competition, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 14.
PROCEDURE: Walk-on student-athletes must complete and submit to the Compliance Office the Walk-On Clearance form and all Student-Athlete Eligibility forms prior to their practicing or competing with a team.
TIMELINE: All forms will be completed on an as-needed basis, but must be on file with the Compliance Office prior to a student-athlete being eligible to practice or compete with a team.

SECTION XII
Participation History
PURPOSE: To accurately record student-athlete participation history for use in preparing waiver requests and the APR report, as per departmental requirements.
PROCEDURE: Coaches must complete and submit to the Compliance Office the Participation Record form. This form should include the names of all student-athletes on the team in a given year, and list all competitions in which those student-athletes participated, including in the non-traditional season.
TIMELINE: Participation Record forms must be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office by July 1 following the academic year.

SECTION XIII
Secondary and Major Violation Reporting
In accordance with NCAA rules and regulations, all suspected or alleged violations of NCAA rules, whether they be secondary or major, shall be investigated. At no time shall any rules violation (secondary or major) go unreported to the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance. If the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance determines that a violation has occurred, the violation will be reported to the NCAA national office and/or appropriate conference officials.


  1. Reporting a Violation




  1. An individual (e.g., athletic department staff member, student-athlete, university employee, representative of the institution’s athletic interests, member of the community) may report an alleged, rumored, or suspected violation.

  2. The individual may report the alleged, rumored, or suspected violation verbally or in writing. They may report an alleged violation anonymously.






  1. To Whom Shall an Alleged Violation be Reported




  1. If an alleged or rumored violation is communicated to any athletic department staff member, the staff member has an obligation to notify the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance of the violation in a timely manner.

  2. Individuals other than athletic department staff members may report an alleged violation to any or both of the following persons:

  1. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance

  2. The Director of Athletics




  1. Conducting an Investigation of an Alleged Violation




    1. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance (in conjunction with the University’s legal counsel or other representatives) is responsible for conducting investigations.

    2. The Compliance office shall maintain a written record of all alleged violations. The record shall consist of the following:

      1. Date that the alleged violation was reported to the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance and how the violation was reported.




      1. Detailed summary of the nature of the alleged violation, including the names of all persons involved in the alleged violation.




      1. Chronology of actions taken by the university in the investigation of the alleged violation.



      1. Rationale for concluding whether the allegation was or was not determined to be a violation of NCAA regulations.




      1. If a violation has occurred, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance will keep on file a copy of the report of the violation and subsequent correspondence with the conference and the NCAA staff. Copies of the self-report will be sent to the following: the conference office, involved staff member(s), University President, Director of Athletics, Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR), and the Vice President for Administration - Business Affairs.




      1. The Compliance Office will maintain the reports of alleged violations for a period of six years. Records and reports of confirmed violations will be maintained in the office’s permanent files.




  1. Finding a Violation Occurred

The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance shall determine that a violation occurred whenever the preponderance of the evidence, considered as a whole, establishes the occurrence of the violation. It shall be the responsibility of the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance to determine what weight and credibility will be given to it. Penalties and/or corrective actions will be implemented. If institutional staff members are directly or indirectly involved in an intentional or unintentional rules violation, the Director of Athletics will meet with the individual to discuss continued employment status. The Director of Athletics will have the discretion to take any further action. Letters of admonishment or reprimand for secondary violations will be sent by the Director of Athletics to those employees involved in a secondary violation.




  1. Classifying the Violation as Secondary or Major

Once the preliminary investigation has been completed, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance will determine whether or not the violation is “secondary” in nature. If the violation is classified as a secondary infraction, the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance will process the violation self-report. If the violation is considered to be “major”, by definition of NCAA Bylaw 19.02.2.2, the Director of Athletics and Associate Athletic Director - Compliance will convene a meeting. If at that point the violation is considered “major”, the Major Infractions Committee will be contacted. The Major Infraction Committee reviews and investigates violations that are serious in nature and those secondary violations that may be of a sensitive subject.


Major Infractions Committee (until August 1, 2010)

Michael Gentile – Assistant Professor of College of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Dr. David Reilly – Director, International Studies

Christine Schwartz – Associate Director of Continuing Education

Mike Skowronski – Job Developer

John Stranges – Faculty Athletic Representative




  1. Information to be Included in the University’s Self-Report

The NCAA Enforcement staff recommends that the following information be included in an institution’s report of a violation:




    1. The date and location of the violation.

    2. The identities of involved student-athletes, coaches, staff members and any other individuals involved in the violation.

    3. The means by which the institution became aware of this information. Note: If a newspaper article alerted the university, a copy of the article shall be included.

    4. The cause of the violation (e.g., lack of knowledge, human error, etc.), an explanation of the circumstances surrounding the violation and any mitigating circumstances that may exist.

    5. A list of corrective and/or punitive actions taken by the university in response to the violation.

    6. The university’s position regarding the violation and surrounding circumstance. The university will indicate whether it believes a violation occurred and the specific legislation it believes has been violated.




  1. Alleged Violations Involving Other NCAA Institutions




    1. If an individual has knowledge of an alleged violation that involves another NCAA member institution and impacts the university, they should report the alleged violation(s) to the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance or the Director of Athletics.

    2. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance will discuss the violation and desired plan of action to address the situation with the Director of Athletics and the appropriate coaching staff members who have lodged the accusation. The Compliance Office may then contact the Director of Athletics at the accused member institution to request that the alleged violation be investigated. The Associate Athletic Director - Compliance may contact the MAAC or the NCAA staff and request that the Conference office or NCAA staff contact the accused institution or that institution’s conference.

    3. If the alleged violations does not affect the University, the individual has three options:

        1. Contact the parties involved at the other member institution in an attempt to persuade the parties to refrain from further wrongdoing.

        2. Contact the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance requesting he/she contact the compliance officials at the other member institution in an attempt to bring the alleged violation to his/her attention so that he/she can rectify the matter.

        3. Contact the Associate Athletic Director - Compliance requesting he/she contact the NCAA to inform the enforcement staff of alleged violations of NCAA rules.



SECTION XIV
Coaches Forms
PURPOSE: To ensure all Niagara University coaches have completed mandatory NCAA and conference paperwork, as per NCAA/MAAC requirements.
PROCEDURE: On an annual basis, all coaches are required to complete and submit to the Compliance Office the MAAC Sportsmanship Statement, the Coaches Athletically Related Outside Income Agreement forms, and sign the NCAA Certification of Compliance Form as per NCAA and conference regulations.
TIMELINE: The forms listed above must all be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office prior to August 15 of the upcoming academic year.
SECTION XV
Coaching Staff Designation
PURPOSE: To ensure Niagara University is in compliance with the limitations on the number of duties of coaches, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 11.
PROCEDURE: All head coaches are required to complete and submit to the Compliance Office the Coaching Staff Designation form on an annual basis.
TIMELINE: The Coaching Staff Designation form must be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office prior to August 15 of the upcoming academic year.
SECTION XVI
Camp & Clinic Verification
PURPOSE: To monitor and account for all Niagara University camps & clinics, as per the requirements of NCAA Bylaw 13.12.2. This includes employees, campers, and all monetary records.
PROCEDURE: All coaches conducting institutional camps & clinics are required to complete all summer camp forms and submit them to the Compliance Office. REQUIRED before the camp begins and after the camp has ended.
TIMELINE: All summer camp forms must be submitted to the Compliance Office prior to the first date of any camp and the earliest possible time after the camp has ended.

SECTION XVII
Summer League Verification
PURPOSE: To ensure Niagara University student-athletes participating in outside summer leagues are in compliance with the requirements of NCAA Bylaws 14.7.1.2, 14.7.3.2, and 30.16..
PROCEDURE: All student-athletes participating in outside summer leagues must complete the Summer League Verification form.
TIMELINE: The Summer League Verification Form must be completed and submitted to the Compliance Office prior to participation in any outside summer leagues.

Compliance Forms Index
Section I RECRUITING

Phone Log

Off-Campus Recruiting Approval

Recruiting Record for Specific Sports

M-Basketball

W-Basketball

Softball

Volleyball

Lacrosse
Section II OFFICIAL/UNOFFICIAL VISITS

Official Visit Request Form

Official Visit Expense Summary

Official Visit Record List for Specific Sports

M-Basketball

W-Basketball

Baseball
Section IX SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FUND

MAAC Application
Section X ROSTER ADJUSTMENTS

Roster Addition

Roster Deletion

Voluntary Withdrawal
Section XI WALK-ON STUDENT-ATHLETES

Clearance Form
Section XII PARTICIPATION

Student-Athlete Participation List
Section XIII STAFF DESIGNATION

Coaching Declaration Form
Section XIV CAMP & CLINIC VERIFICATION

NU Pre & Post Camp & Clinic Checklist

NU Camp & Clinic Staff & Compensation Form

NU Job Description for Camp & Clinic

NU Registration List

NU Camp & Clinic Financial Report
Section XV SUMMER LEAGUES Summer League Approval Form
Niagara University

Summary of Contacts, Evaluations and Telephone Calls



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I have reported all contacts, evaluations and telephone calls with prospects or their parents during the time period indicated. I affirm that I have fully complied with all NCAA rules (Bylaws 13.01.6 and 13.1.2.4) and with conference and institutional rules during my recruitment of these prospects and their parents.





Signature of Coach:




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