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Statement of Compliance

It is Florida Gulf Coast University's (FGCU) intention and goal to be fully compliant with the letter and spirit of NCAA, conference, and University rules and regulations. The athletic department is committed to the principle of institutional control through rules education for coaches, athletics department staff, institutional staff, student-athletes, and boosters of the athletics program.

Institutional staff, as well as the athletics staff, is responsible for knowing the rules and abiding by them. All staff follows the "rules of compliance":

1. Each coach is responsible for knowing and adhering to all NCAA rules and regulations. WHEN IN DOUBT, CHECK BEFORE ACTING.

2. The intercollegiate athletics program is monitored to assure compliance. Any instance of non-compliance that is identified is reported to the NCAA.

3. It is expected that each intercollegiate athletics personnel will self-report any knowledge of NCAA violations to the Director of Athletics or to the Compliance Director.

4. Coaches, athletic department staff, and select institutional staff are provided print materials for which they are held responsible for the content: (a) Current NCAA Division I Manual, (b) FGCU Athletics Compliance Policies and Procedures Manual, and (c) The NCAA News.

Prospective Student Athletes:
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Compliance Staff

Alex Masse
Director of Compliance

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