Dear Alumni, Texas A&M - Corpus Christi Faculty/Staff, Friends, and Supporters:
Texas A&M - Corpus Christi athletics department appreciates the fan support. This stimulates and encourages our student-athletes and fuels our entire organization. We must be cautious not to let enthusiasm for athletics lead us into conflict. National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Southland Conference have rules that must be followed in order to avoid these conflicts.
The NCAA definition of "a representative of the athletics interests" is very broad. The intent is to capture the people who are vested in our athletics program. There are a number of activities regarding contact with student-athletes and prospective student-athletes that could put Texas A&M University Corpus Christi at risk for NCAA violation.
All universities with NCAA Division I membership are charged with the responsibility to exercise "institutional control" of its athletics programs. The Compliance Office is committed to maintaining institutional control of its athletics programs.
Please take time to review this page and its contents, as it is very pertinent in keeping Texas A&M University Corpus Christi compliant with the NCAA and Southland Conference. Should you have any questions or concerns contact the Texas A&M - Corpus Christi Athletics Compliance Office.
The Compliance Office trust that you share this same vision for athletic success by helping us abide by NCAA and Southland Conference rules.
Texas A&M Corpus Christi Athletics Compliance Office
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