Compliance Corner: What The New NCAA Basketball Legislation Means
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Compliance Corner: What The New NCAA Basketball Legislation Means

August 10th, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
On Wednesday the NCAA passed sweeping college basketball legislation. The NCAA identified areas to change to help student-athletes be flexible when deciding to go pro and helping former student-athletes return to get their...
Compliance Corner: Are Your Coaches Prepared For The New Recruiting Process
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Compliance Corner: Are Your Coaches Prepared For The New Recruiting Process

July 27th, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
During the most recent NCAA legislation cycle, the NCAA made major changes to the recruiting process. For sports other than men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and football, the timing of official and unofficial visits, as...
New Transfer Legislation and What It Means For NCAA Compliance
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New Transfer Legislation and What It Means For NCAA Compliance

July 6th, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
The ability for a student-athlete to transfer and the rules and regulations the effect that action has been a hot topic in college athletics for a considerable time. For the first time in many years, there will be a major change...
Understanding The Importance Of Fully Investing In Compliance Software
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Understanding The Importance Of Fully Investing In Compliance Software

June 21st, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
Compliance, like most industries, relies on technology to make us more efficient. There are many compliance software packages for a university to choose from, and all greatly help compliance professionals do their job correctly...
Benefits To Beginning Your Compliance Career In A Non Power Five Department
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Benefits To Beginning Your Compliance Career In A Non Power Five Department

June 8th, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
While most people starting a career want to start with the biggest opportunity possible, there are many positives to beginning your compliance career at a “small” university. Beginning your compliance career in a two or...
NCAA Compliance: Tips To Thriving In Your Career
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NCAA Compliance: Tips To Thriving In Your Career

May 23rd, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
Leaving school and beginning a career is often a challenging transition. This is especially true when you are entering a high-stress field such as NCAA Compliance. As someone who is now one year removed from graduating law school...