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1 1 A coach may be involved as a participant or in instructional coaching activities in the same sport for a local sports club or organization located in the institution's home community in which all prospective student-athletes participating in such activities are legal residents of the area within a 50-mile radius of the institution. 2 Before a prospective student-athlete commits to the institution per Bylaw , the institution may provide a prospective student-athlete a photograph taken of him/her during the official visit. 3 Which of the following may be provided to a prospective student-athlete from a nontraditional family on an UNOFFCAL visit? A) Cost-free off-campus lodging with a currently enrolled student-athlete. B) Up to five complimentary admissions to a home athletics event in which the institution`s intercollegiate team practices or competes. C) A reserved parking space. D) Cost-free transportation to and from the prospective student-athlete`s home to the institution. 4 General information (e.g., information not created for recruiting purposes) posted to an institution's website (e.g., press release, competition schedule) may be sent to a prospective student-athlete via permissible electronic correspondence or such information may be printed and provided to a prospective student-athlete as an attachment to general correspondence or during any permissible on- or off-campus contact. 5 A member institution may not host, sponsor or conduct a tryout camp, clinic, group workout or combine (e.g., combination of athletics skill tests or activities) if any portion is devoted to agility, flexibility, speed and strength tests for prospective student-athletes at any location. 6 A prospective student-athlete purchased an airline ticket to arrive at an airport that is not the nearest major airport because it was less expensive. The institution may provide the prospective student-athlete transportation from the airport at which he/she arrived for his/her initial arrival to attend classes. 7 An athletics department staff member may do which of the following: A) Endorse a noninstitutional event involving prospective student-athletes. B) Endorse a prospective student-athlete`s team, coach or athletics facility. C) Serve as a consultant for a noninstiutional event involving prospective student-athletes. D) None of the above. Page 1

2 8 Which of the following is TRUE regarding general correspondence that may be sent to a prospective studentathlete? A) Design and content is limited to one institutional logo. B) The size of the printed material may not exceed 8 1/2 X 11 inches when opened in full. C) The envelope used to send the general correspondence may not exceed 8 1/2 X 11 inches. D) All attachments must be in black ink on white paper. 9 t is permissible for an institution to arrange employment for a recruited prospective student-athlete within the athletics department ticket office, provided the employment does not begin prior to the completion of the prospective student-athlete's senior year of high school. 10 A coach may have contact with a prospective student-athlete who has committed to the institution per Bylaw prior to his or her competition on the day of competition. 11 f an institution is recruiting a prospective student-athlete in football or basketball and in a second sport, it is permissible for the institution's football or basketball coach to visit the prospective student-athlete's high school on Monday and for the institution's coach in the second sport to visit the high school on Wednesday during the same week. 12 An institution may provide reduced camp or clinic admission privileges to a high school athletics award winner, provided he or she resides in the locale of the institution. 13 The limits on the number of telephone calls continue to apply after a prospective student-athlete has committed to the institution per Bylaw Which of the following is NOT permissible to mail to a prospective student-athlete? A) Letter. B) Poster. C) Attachment with color ink. D) Questionnaire. 15 nstitutional financial aid based in any degree on athletics ability may NOT be reduced or canceled during the period of the award if the recipient. A) Renders himself or herself ineligible for intercollegiate competition. B) Performs below athletic expectations. C) Engages in serious misconduct warranting substantial disciplinary penalty by the institution`s disciplinary board. D) Voluntarily withdraws from a sport at any time for personal reasons. Page 2

3 16 A prospective student-athlete may achieve a minimum required SAT or ACT score during his or her first term of full-time collegiate enrollment in order to satisfy initial-eligibility requirements. 17 A prospective student-athlete lives 75 miles from campus. t is permissible for an institution's coach to coach a local club team that includes this prospective student-athlete as a participant, provided: A) The coach is not recruiting the prospective student-athlete. B) The club is the closest participation opportunity for the prospective student-athlete. C) Both a and b. D) Neither a or b. 18 A prospective student-athlete has graduated from high school and has submitted an application for a summer groundskeeper position within the athletics department. The prospective student-athlete will be paid the going rate for work actually performed. The athletics department may hire the prospective student-athlete. 19 A prospective student-athlete who has committed to the institution per Bylaw , may make an UNOFFCAL visit to the institution during a dead period. 20 nstitutional financial aid based in any degree on athletics ability MAY be reduced or canceled during the period of the award for which of the following reasons? A) An injury, illness, or physical or mental condition that prevents the recipient from participating in athletics. B) For any athletics reason. C) The student-athlete renders himself or herself ineligible for intercollegiate competition. D) The student-athlete voluntarily withdraws from the sport at any time for personal reasons. E) Both c and d. 21 Before the prospective student-athlete commits to the institution per Bylaw , a currently enrolled student-athlete may write the prospective student-athlete, provided the correspondence is not at the direction of the institution and the institution does not provide any of the expenses related to the written correspondence (e. g., stationary, postage). 22 Which of the following statements is TRUE concerning an OFFCAL visit? A) An official visit may be made to an off-campus site 100 miles from campus if the institution is appearing in an athletics contest at that site. B) During the official visit a prospective student-athlete may receive complimentary tickets to a conference tournament. C) A multi-sport prospective student-athlete may not receive more than five expense-paid visits and not more than one visit per institution. D) All of the above. Page 3

4 23 Before of a prospective student-athlete's senior year in high school, an institution shall not provide a written offer of athletically related aid or indicate in writing to the prospective student-athlete that an athletically related grant-in-aid will be offered by the institution. A) June 1. B) July 1. C) August 1. D) September Coaches may engage in practice activities, such as film review and chalk-talk sessions with prospective studentathletes who have committed to the institution per Bylaw A prospective student-athlete's parents are divorced. The prospective student-athlete is on an OFFCAL visit and has both sets of parents and a sibling along on the visit. What is the maximum number of complimentary admissions to a home athletics contest may the institution provide to the prospective student-athlete? A) Two. B) Three. C) Five. D) Six. 26 An institution may provide three complimentary admissions to a prospective student-athlete on an UNOFFCAL visit to attend any regular-season home games at a site not designated as its regular home facility. 27 An individual becomes a PROSPECTVE student-athlete once he or she. A) Receives ONE phone call from a coaching staff member. B) Starts classes for the ninth grade. C) For those younger than ninth grade, receives a benefit from the institution that is not provided to prospective students generally. D) Either B or C. 28 Which of the following classifies an individual as a representative of athletics interests (i.e., booster)? A) Has participated in or has been a member of an agency or organization promoting the institution`s intercollegiate athletics program. B) s known or should have been known by the institution to be assisting, or has been requested (by athletics department staff) to assist, in the recruitment of prospects. C) s known or should have been known by the institution to be assisting or to have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families. D) All of the above. 29 A institutional staff member may initate phone calls to or receive phone calls from a prospective student-athlete during the five days immediately preceding the prospective student-athlete's official visit and during the official visit. Page 4

5 30 For purposes of Bylaw 13, an individual becomes a RECRUTED prospective student-athlete when a coach initiates a telephone call with the prospective student-athlete or the prospective student-athlete's parent or guardian on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Page 5

6 : 04/05/ , Proposal B) Up to five complimentary admissions to a home athletics event in which the institution`s intercollegiate team practices or competes ; ; ; 13,7,1,1; ; D) None of the above ; B) The size of the printed material may not exceed 8 1/2 X 11 inches when opened in full (a) ; B) Poster B) Performs below athletic expectations ; ; ; B) The club is the closest participation opportunity for the prospective student-athlete ; E) Both c and d ; ; ; ; C) A multi-sport prospective student-athlete may not receive more than five expense-paid visits and not more than one visit per institution ; ; ; C) August ; Page 6

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