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  1. Boston College is RESPONSIBLE for the actions of its friends of athletics; which include boosters, alumni, and friends and family of current student-athletes.
     
  2. Friends of Boston College Athletics are strictly PROHIBITED from engaging in any recruiting activities on or off campus.
     
  3. Friends of Boston College Athletics CANNOT provide anything to or for a prospective or current student-athlete, or their relatives or friends, without first checking with the Athletics Department's Compliance Office.
     
  4. It is PERMISSIBLE for a Friend of Boston College Athletics to arrange employment for student-athletes in the summer only after a student has graduated from high school and signed a National Letter of Intent with Boston College, or is currently enrolled at Boston College. This arrangement is permissible as long as the student-athlete is compensated for work actually performed at a rate commensurate with the going rate for similar services, provided the institution does not arrange the employment and the opportunity for employment is available on an equal basis to all applicants who qualify for the position. The student-athlete and the booster must notify the Compliance Office of the arrangement prior to employment commencing.
     

November 2013
College football roundup: Vols' Couch ruled ineligible

Februray 2013
Coaches misled probe

Social networks pose monitoring challenge for NCAA schools

Novmeber 2012
NCAA issues ultimatum to ex-Miami players in booster case

August 2012
UCF's Donnie Jones optimistic

October 2011
Report: OSU booster: I'm responsible for violations

June 2011
Report: OSU's compliance head received courtesy car from dealership

April 2011
Reinstatement decision for Baylor's Jones upheld

Ohio State self-imposes suspension of Tressel

January 2011
Tennessee violations involve 36 athletes

November 2010
UNC's Little and Quinn Ruled Permanently Ineligible

Confessions of an agent

October 2010
Ex-booster alleges major violations by Miami Hurricanes football program

September 2010
College football: UNC probing possible academic NCAA violations

June 2010
Ticket scandal rocks Kansas

April 2010
NCAA Punishes Sidney for Violations

March 2010
Arizona State Baseball accused of NCAA Violations

Clemson Announces 17 NCAA Secondary Violations

NCAA places UCF on two year probation

February 2010
NCAA: Schools must be punished for violations

 
 

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Boston College's Compliance Staff Reminds You To: "ASK BEFORE YOU ACT!"
 
Carly Pariseau
Associate Athletics Director - Compliance
(617) 552-6210
carly.pariseau@bc.edu
Aaron Aaker
Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance/Eligibility
(617) 552-1916
aaker@bc.edu
Christine Lowthert
Assistant Director for Compliance/Recruiting
(617) 552-8570
christine.lowthert@bc.edu
Yadira Reyes
Compliance Assistant
(617) 552-4518
(617) 552-8786 (Fax)
reyesya@bc.edu