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Advertisement and Distribution:
You may advertise in publications (other than a high school, two-year college or nonscholastic game program) that provide information about the athletics participation or evaluation of prospects provided the publication includes a “camp directory” format which groups at least two camp ads of the same size per page and the size (not to exceed one-half page) and format must be identical.
You may advertise in nonrecruiting publications such as an IU game program, a local magazine or newspaper without restriction. You may distribute sports camp/clinic brochures to prospects or coaches of prospects. You may NOT pay a student-athlete for using his/her name or picture to advertise the camp or clinic. You may NOT distribute a poster promoting a camp/clinic to prospects, coaches of prospects or high schools.
See your packet for more rules and regulations on camps and clinics!
Text Box: Don’t miss the January Coaches Compliance meeting on Wednesday, January 12, at 9:00 a.m. in the Hoosier Room. We will be handing out the camp/clinic packet for 2005 and reviewing the rules regarding camps and clinics. This meeting is mandatory for any staff planning on owning, operating or managing a camp or clinic during 2005. If you can’t attend the meeting, you will need to schedule a make-up meeting with Charnele.
Institutional sports camp or instructional clinic: Any camp or clinic owned or operated by an NCAA institution or an employee of the institution's athletics department, either on or off its campus, in which prospective student-athletes participate. Please Note: By this definition, if an IU coach conducts a camp/clinic at any location, it is an institutional camp/clinic.
An institution's sports camp/clinic is one that:  Places special emphasis on a particular sport or sports and provides specialized instruction, practice or competition, involves activities designed to improve overall skills and general knowledge in the sport, or offers a diversified experience without emphasis on instruction, practice or competition in Text Box: any particular sport. 
It is not permissible for an institution to conduct a camp/clinic that does not include instruction and that involves only sessions or tests/tryouts at which prospects reveal, demonstrate or display athletics abilities in any sport, inasmuch as such a camp/clinic would be considered an evaluation/tryout camp that is prohibited. 
Owned or operated:  In order to be considered an owner or operator of an institution's sports camp/clinic, the individual must be at least a majority owner (51 percent). To be considered an operator of an institution's sports camp/clinic, an individual must be personally and directly responsible for the management and operation of  the camp or clinic. 
Promoting Institutional Sports Camps/Clinics: You may use a current student-athlete’s name, picture, and institutional affiliation only in the camp counselor section of your brochure to identify the student-athlete as a staff member. A student-athlete’s name or picture may not be used in any other way to directly advertise or promote the camp. Action photos of student-athletes in the camp counselor section are perText Box: Indiana University Athletics
Text Box: January 2005
Text Box: Volume 13, Issue 1

INDIANA COMPLIANCE NEWSLETTER

Special points of interest:

·           The January Compliance Meeting is Wednesday, January 12 at 9:00 a.m. in the Hoosier Room.

·           The rest of the monthly compliance meetings for this spring are February 1, March 1, April 5, May 3 and June 7.

Inside this issue:

Text Box: RULES EDUCATION — CAMPS & CLINICS

National Letter of Intent Reminders

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Compliance Paperwork

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Outside Competition

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Compliance Reminders

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Inside Story

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Gambling

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Promotional Activities

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