Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Compliance


Contact Information for Compliance Office—Athletics


Jason Hall, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance, 361-825-2843, jason.hall@tamucc.edu

Brian Maxey, Assistant Director for Compliance, 361-825-2858, brian.maxey@tamucc.edu 

Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi Athletics Compliance Manual 2012-2013


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Mission Statement

Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi is committed to conducting its overall intercollegiate sports program according to the official rules and regulations of the NCAA and the Southland Conference. These rules and regulations impact the operations of the intercollegiate athletics program in three main areas: the playing of the athletic contests, most matters affecting student-athletes, and the administrative and financial operations of the Department of Athletics.


The Compliance Office coordinates, monitors, and verifies compliance with all NCAA requirements and educates the various constituencies of the University and the community regarding NCAA and Southland Conference regulations. The compliance office is also dedicated to providing educational programs and interpretive support to all individuals involved with the Athletic Department.


We must monitor our program to assure compliance and to identify and report to the NCAA instances in which compliance has not been achieved. In any such instance, Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi shall cooperate fully with the Association and shall take appropriate corrective actions.


What is the role of the Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi Compliance Office?
To ensure institutional control and uphold the integrity of the Department, the Compliance Office is charged with the following tasks:



What is institutional control?
Institutional control requires the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of formal policies and procedures designed to prevent violations. Even though individuals involved in violations are always responsible for their actions, the institution is considered to be in "control" of its program when appropriate policies and procedures are in place, resulting in prompt detection, investigation, and reporting of violations.

Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi is responsible for the actions of its coaches, administrators, staff, student-athletes, alumni, fans and friends. Even inadvertent violations can result in penalties for our student-athletes and the institution.


Please remember to Always Ask Before You Act!

The above information is a brief overview of compliance. It is not an exhaustive discussion. If you have any questions about any NCAA, Southland Conference or institutional rules, please contact any member of the Compliance Office staff for assistance.