Division III Student-Athlete Reinstatement and Enforcement - FS by wpr1947

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									     2010 Regional Rules Seminars

NCAA Division III Committee on
Student-Athlete Reinstatement
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    Secondary Infractions
James Bandy
Kelly Groddy
Chris Strobel
    OVERVIEW
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Importance of Self-Reporting
        Violations
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The Numbers . . .
    Identifying Violations


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    Identifying Violations

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Determining Impact on Eligibility
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Determining Impact on Eligibility
Determining Impact on Eligibility
        Self Reporting Violations
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    Self Reporting Violations
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Enforcement Penalties and
    Corrective Actions
    Case Study No. 1
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    Case Study No. 1 (continued)


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Case Study No. 2
    Case Study No. 2 (continued)



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    Case Study No. 3
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    Case Study No. 3 (continued)


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    Case Study No. 3 (continued)


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Philosophy of Student-Athlete
       Reinstatement
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Factors Considered in Analysis
    Case Study No. 3 (continued)



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When Should Institution Seek
     Reinstatement?
    Information to Include in a
      Reinstatement Request


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SAR Guideline: Fulfilling a
  Withholding Condition
    Case Study No. 4
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    Case Study No. 4 (continued)


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SAR Guideline: Impermissible Benefits
SAR Guideline: Impermissible Benefits
SAR Guideline: Community Service
    Case Study No. 4 (continued)


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    Case Study No. 5
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Case Study No. 5 (continued)


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Contact Information
NCAA Web Site

								
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