Infractions

Florida A&M failed to monitor athletics programs

Florida A&M University failed to monitor its athletics programs when it did not appropriately notify student-athletes about scholarship reductions and properly administer eligibility requirements

UNC Greensboro improperly certified student-athletes

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro failed to monitor its initial eligibility certification process and squad list requirements

Arkansas Tech Provided Improper Benefits to Student-Athletes

Arkansas Tech University failed to monitor its housing operations when it waived or paid $14,250 in housing security deposits for 57 prospects and student-athletes from 2009 to 2013

Division I Enforcement Operating Procedures

As part of the member-driven reforms to the Association’s infractions process, the NCAA has established operating procedures to provide guidance about how the enforcement staff conducts investigations and processes alleged rule violations...

NCAA Insider notes

A roundup of the latest developments in NCAA governance, infractions, playing rules changes and other actions.

Emmert provides details on enforcement

NCAA President Mark Emmert on Monday provided campus and conference leaders within the Association with information on the number and type of enforcement cases under review, in light of recent public comments and media reports regarding...

New Hampshire booster gives cash, other benefits

DI Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for University of New Hampshire

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