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2013-14 Cincinnati Bearcats Compliance Check-In Meeting

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Transcript of 2013-14 Cincinnati Bearcats Compliance Check-In Meeting

CINCINNATI BEARCATS
2013-14 ALL-SPORTS COMPLIANCE CHECK-IN MEETING
August 25, 2013
MEET THE STAFF!
MAGGIE McKINLEY, Sr. Assoc. AD for Compliance & Administration
BRANDON WRIGHT, Sr. Director of Compliance & Rules Education
BEN BUTLER, Sr. Director of Compliance
BRIAN DeCARLO, Asst. Director of Compliance
LINDSAY JAFFE, Asst. Director of Compliance
NIKI CIANCIOLA, Olympic sports administrative coordinator.
Interns/Externs and student workers
COMPLIANCE OFFICE CONTACTS
SPORT OVERSIGHTS
It's Not All about Compliance...
I.N.A.A.C.
AUGUST 25
BIRTHDAYS!
Sean Connery, actor, 83
Gene Simmons, singer, 63
Billy Ray Cyrus, singer, 52
Rachel Ray, chef, 45
Alexander Skarsgård, actor, 37
Blake Lively, actress, 27
Justin Upton, baseball player, 26
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY...
In 1932, Amelia Earhart completes the first transcontinental flight.
In 1952, Puerto Rico officially becomes a United States commonwealth.
In 1981, Mark Chapman is sentenced to 20 years in prison for the murder of John Lennon.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
“Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.”
-George Halas
REQUIRED
COMPLIANCE FORMS
Compliance Forms must be completed through JumpForward BEFORE you can practice!
Remember to update throughout the year.
[college.jumpforward.com]

& Sportsmanship
Honesty
ETHICAL CONDUCT
At all times!
WHO
YOU REPRESENT
YOUR
SELF
YOUR
SCHOOL
YOUR
TEAM
unethical conduct
dishonesty.
refusing to cooperate.
telling others to lie.
academic fraud.
"The
C-Paw
logo never comes off."
-Whit Babcock
Follow us!: @CincyCompliance
ELIGIBILITY
Full-time enrollment = 12 hours
Academic progress
Good academic standing = 2.000 GPA
Compliance Forms
Seasons of Eligibility
Five-year clock
Four seasons of competition
Exceptions
PROGRESS-TOWARD-DEGREE
To be academically eligible:
At least 6 hours per semester
At least 18 hours between Fall and Spring Semester
Freshmen need to earn at least 24 hours prior to starting their second year
Decide on a major before your third year
Starting with the third year, required hours must be degree-applicable

Degree Requirements
Money used to pay for your educational costs
Athletic scholarship
UC scholarships
Grants
Loans, federal or private
Direct payments or cash from your parents
Each individual student-athlete has a grant-in-aid (GIA) amount and a cost-of-attendance (COA) amount
GIA vs. COA
Grant-in-aid = Required educational expenses for the academic year
Tuition and fees
Books
Room and Board
Cost-of-attendance = How much it actually costs for you to go to college for the year
GIA
Personal costs
Transportation
Report ALL financial aid to the Compliance Office!

NEVER accept cash as financial aid!
Deposits -----> UC Student Financial Aid Office
(OneStop)
athletic scholarships
Cancellation or reduction of your athletic aid during the year is permitted when:
Ineligible
Serious misconduct
Voluntarily withdraws
Failure to meet non-athletically related conditions in the financial aid agreement
Hearing opportunity provided outside of athletic department.
Extra Benefits
countable athletically related activities
During your championship segment (in-season):
Maximum 20 hours of practice, film study, weights, etc. per week
Maximum 4 hours per day
At least 1 day off per week
Competition counts as 3 hours no matter how long it takes
Travel days count as a day off
Unlimited practice during vacation periods like Spring Break
countable athletically related activities
During non-championship segment (off-season):
Maximum 8 hours of training/conditioning
Maximum 2 (of 8) hours of actual skill instruction
At least 2 days off per week.
NO athletically related activities during the week before and week of final exams.
NOT C.A.R.A...
Compliance or administrative meetings
Voluntary activities
Training room activities (rehab, taping, etc.)
Life Skills meetings
Traveling to/from competition
Recruiting activities (student host)
Safety exception activities
Complimentary Admissions
Maximum of 4 per S-A per contest
Handled through JumpForward
All admits must include the guest's signature and their relationship to you
You
MAY NOT
sell your admissions or receive any gifts in exchange for them!
EQUIPMENT & AWARDS
Apparel, equipment and awards may not be sold or traded for anything of value
You are not permitted to exchange your apparel or equipment for something different at any store
Equipment Room policy dictates what apparel and equipment must be returned at the end of the year
employment.

housing.

vehicles.
employment.
May work on- or off-campus
Fee-for-lessons OK with prior approval
Must complete employment form
Including Co-ops!
Compensated only for work actually performed

housing.
Have your landlord complete the housing form
Notify your Compliance contact of any changes to your housing situation throughout the year
vehicles.
If you use a car, submit a copy of your vehicle insurance or registration to Compliance
Also update Compliance about any car changes you make
TRANSFERS
Permission to contact needed for other institutions
One-time transfer exception for some sports
Refer to Student-Athlete Handbook
Request discussed with coach and sport oversight FIRST!
Must submit
written
request to compliance
Decision must be provided within 7 business days
If denied, SA may submit written appeal to FAR within 10 days
Appeals committee must issue its decision within 15 days
Student-athlete has opportunity to participate in hearing
A student-athlete who transfers to another American Athletic Conference institution must serve a year in residence before being eligible for competition or to receive athletics aid
S-A is permitted to practice during residence
Transfers admitted after the 12th day of term may not utilize that term for residency purposes
Transfers will be charged with a season of competition upon the transfer
Incoming/Outgoing members
AMATEURISM
You are ineligible in a sport if you ever:
Accept pay or promise of pay;
Agree orally or in writing to compete in professional athletics;
Compete on any professional athletics team;
Use athletics skill for pay;
Promote a commercial product or service; OR
Allow your name to be used in commercial promotion.
Agents.
You are ineligible in a sport if you or a family member ever:
Accept money, transportation or other benefits from an agent or runner;
Agree orally or in writing to be represented by an agent; OR
Allow an agent to market your athletics ability or reputation.
University of Cincinnati Professional Sports Counseling Panel (UCPSCP)
Contact Brandon with any questions about agents or professional drafts
Violations include:
Accepting a bet or placing a bet for anything of value (e.g., food, clothes, money)
Providing inside information
Brackets and fantasy leagues that require entry fee and offer prizes
“Friendly wagers”
NCAA PENALTIES:
FIRST OFFENSE = Ineligible for at least one year and a loss of at least one season of competition!
SECOND OFFENSE = Permanent loss of eligibility in all sports!
drug testing.
YEAR ROUND TESTING OCCURS IN ALL SPORTS!
If you test positive for a banned substance during an NCAA administered drug test:
INELIGIBLE to compete for ONE CALENDAR YEAR, and
Lose of one season of competition
If you test positive a second time:
Lose all remaining eligibility in all sports
Not C.A.R.A...
BOOSTERS
aka "Representative of Athletics Interests"
Could be an individual, corporation or other organization
"Once a booster, always a booster"
You or your team may receive an occasional meal from a booster on special occasional
on campus or at the booster's home
booster may provide transportation
Compliance must approve prior to the meal
UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA
2013 Major Violation. Boosters and athletics department staff members provided two FB student-athletes with bail bonds and legal representation among other benefits such as small cash loans, clothing, storage space, meals, transportation and laundry services.

Montana was penalized and had to vacate a conference championship and two postseason victories.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LINDSAY!
Entering your third year of enrollment, you need to be at which percentage to be eligible for competition?
A. 20%.
B. 40%.
C. 60%.
D. 80%.
Which is not considered part of a full grant-in-aid calculation?
A. Tuition and fees.
B. Books.
C. Room and board.
D. Transportation to and from home.
Which sophomore member of the Men's Golf team was selected as the conference's Golf Athlete of the Week in 2012-13 following a victory in the Old Waverly Collegiate Championship?
Which has not been an official Bearcat mascot for the University of Cincinnati?

a.


b.


c.


d.
Eversome Newsome
Accepting free entrance to a club that charges a cover could jeopardize your eligibility.
a. True.
b. False.
Out-of-season CARA is limited to how many hours?
a. 2.
b. 4.
c. 8.
d. 20.
Which
Bearcats STRONG
senior scored the game-winning goal in Lacrosse's opening game in 2012-13?
Taylor Young
Which song has been #1 on the Billboard Top 100 for 11 consecutive weeks?

a. Take Back the Night

b. We Can't Stop

c. Get Lucky

d. Blurred Lines
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