Rules for "Boosters/Representatives of Athletics Interest"

Under NCAA Rules parents, alumni, and friends may be categorized as "boosters/representatives of athletics interests." This site is provided as a quick reference tool to the many NCAA Rules and Regulations that apply to "boosters/representatives of athletics interests."

NJIT is responsible for ensuring that members of the faculty and staff, coaches, student-athletes, alumni, donors boosters and friends comply with all applicable NCAA rules. Please recognize that the New Jersey Institute of Technology appreciates the interest and support of all its constituencies, but urges each of you to become familiar with the rules and regulations of the NCAA. By understanding these rules, you, as a supporter, can better assist NJIT Athletics in ensuring that our programs are maintaining the highest standards of sportsmanship and fair play.

PLEASE NOTE: The scope and complexity of NCAA legislation precludes complete coverage on this website. We suggest, therefore, that you forward additional questions to the Compliance Officer or Athletic Director.

  • Letter from Director of Athletics
  • NCAA Rules for Alumni, Faculty & Friends Brochure
  • Am I a "Booster/Representative of NJIT Athletics Interests?"
  • Contacts with Enrolled Student-Athletes
  • Contacts with High School or Junior College Prospects
  • Definitions You Should Know
  • Employing a Prospect or Enrolled Student-Athlete
  • Frequently Asked Questions for Boosters
  • NJIT Faculty and Staff Exceptions
  • What is an "extra benefit?"
  • Who do I contact if I have questions?

    We also encourage you to review the following website for additional information:
    National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

    New Jersey Institute of Technology Compliance
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