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The mission of the Office of Athletics Compliance at Monmouth University is to advance the NCAA Principle of Institutional Control and to provide to its constituents exemplary customer service, visibility and open communication. The Monmouth Office of Athletics Compliance will provide thorough rules education of NCAA, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Big South Conference and University regulations, effective monitoring systems, and will promote a culture of compliance within both the Athletic Department and the University. Through ethical decision making and conduct, integrity, and enforcement, this mission will provide a strong foundation for compliance and institutional control with student-athletes, coaches, staff and outside constituents.
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Question of the Week:
Question: Cent R. Circle is a soccer student-athlete at Ocean State College. Cent graduated in the spring of 2009 but has returned this fall to play her final season. Cent is enrolled in a full-time course load this semester and all the hours can be applied toward the sport management degree program. Cent, however, is categorized as an undecided student in the institution's computer system.
Does Cent have to actually declare a major?
NCAA Official Interpretation- 9/26/06- Postbaccalaureate Student-Athlete Taking Coursework toward Second Major or Degree (I/II/III)- states that a student-athlete who has graduated and is continuing as a full-time student at the same institution while taking course work that would lead to the equivalent of another major or degree as defined and documented by the institution is not required to officially declare or designate another major or degree. The student-athlete must be enrolled in course work that is acceptable toward any of the institution's other majors or degrees. [Reference: NCAA Divisions I, II, and III Bylaw 14.1.9 (graduate student/postbaccalaureate participation).]
|Rachelle Paul||Associate AD/Student Development||(732) 571-3604|
|Tom Bieber||Director of Athletics Academic Support||(732) 263-5734|
|Samantha Hegmann||Director of Compliance for Athletics||(732) 263-5833||
|Ruth Jamnik||Student Development||(732) 571-3668|
|Claude Taylor||Athletics Professor in Residence||(732) firstname.lastname@example.org|
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