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16: Maintaining Your Eligibility in VS .NET
16: Maintaining Your Eligibility
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You cannot, in any sport (including ones you don t play for your school): Agree to have your picture or name used to promote a commercial product Accept things such as gifts, meals, and loans of cars or money from athletic interest groups or individuals in the athletic program at the university Be represented by an agent or organization, including a coach or member of the athletic staff at your institution, to market your athletic skills or reputation Agree to be represented by an agent in the future You may not agree to be represented by an agent until after your eligibility has already ended, including during your team s postseason competition Receive any benefit not available to other students at the university Participate in a summer basketball league not approved by the NCAA (if you re a basketball player at your school) Play on a nondepartmental athletic team during the academic year without permission from your head coach and faculty athletic representative Knowingly take any banned substances Don t assume that banned substances relate only to street drugs or performance-enhancing drugs Banned substances also include prescriptions and over-the-counter medications such as cold medications and nutritional/diet supplements Knowingly provide information to individuals involved in organized-gambling activities concerning intercollegiate athletic competition; solicit a bet on any intercollegiate or professional team; accept a bet on any team representing the institution; or participate in any gambling activity that involves intercollegiate athletics or professional athletics, through a bookmaker, parlay card, or any other method employed by organized gambling Remember: Gambling includes nonmonetary material items that have tangible value Retain professional services (legal advice) for personal reasons at less than the normal charge You also cannot Receive special discounts, payment arrangements, or credit on purchases (for example, airline tickets or clothing) or services (for example, laundry, dry cleaning, or tailoring)
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Receive loans of money in any amount Receive guarantees of bond Receive the use of an automobile Receive a free meal or service at commercial establishments Receive free transportation to or from a summer job Receive a benefit connected with off-campus housing (for example, individual TV sets or stereo equipment, specialized recreational facilities, room furnishings, or appointments of extra quality or quantity) that is not available on the same basis in the housing provided to at least half of the other members of the student body living in on-campus housing Sign or cosign a note with an outside agency to arrange a loan Sell or give a student-athlete ticket to athletic, university, or town events Receive the use of someone else s personal property (for example, boats, summer homes, cars, or stereos) Make or bill long-distance telephone calls using college telephones Use copy machines or fax machines at no cost Have course papers typed at the athletic department s expense Generally, the preceding restrictions apply to all divisions in all three intercollegiate associations (NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA) Although NCAA Division III and NJCAA may not award athletic scholarships, their students are still expected to uphold certain ethical responsibilities Additionally, individual schools, conferences, and associations may have their own conduct requirements So be sure to check the academic and athletic requirements not only for the association in which you compete, but also for the conference, the division, and the individual institution For example, most institutions have policies restricting the use of alcohol at university events, as well as the use of tobacco products (including smokeless tobacco) All these institutions have policies regarding class attendance And all have policies requiring that you not only adhere to the preceding restrictions, but also report unethical or illegal behavior such as gambling or involvement in violations of NCAA, NAIA, or NJCAA regulations Knowledge is your greatest tool Know the rules
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