Welcome to Emerson College Athletics Compliance. Emerson College is a member of NCAA Division III and is committed to adhering to the rules and regulations therein. An important part of compliance is education and here you should find information that will help answer some questions as well as assist student-athletes through the certification process. NCAA compliance is complex so if you don’t see an answer to your question here please ask before you act.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our compliance officer, Erin Brennen, email@example.com.
You should have already received your Compliance paperwork through FrontRush, check your Email. Please be sure that your coach has added your name to the roster and notified the compliance coordinator.
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I want to transfer to Emerson, what do I need to do?
As a student at another institution you will need to obtain a release for one of our coaches to contact you. If you are transferring from a DIII institution you can complete a Self-Release, if not you will need to obtain a release from your athletics department.
I will be a senior in the spring.
Can I register for less than a full time course load?
A student-athlete may practice or compete while enrolled in less than the minimum full-time program of studies, provided the student is enrolled in the final semester of the baccalaureate program and the institution certifies that the student is carrying the courses necessary to complete degree requirements, (Bylaw 22.214.171.124.6.3.1)
Does the NCAA regulate use of social media?
Yes, the NCAA prohibits public recognition of prospective student-athletes via social media. Please refrain from posting photos or statements in regards to prospective student-athletes via social media.