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An institution may provide meals, lodging, and entertainment for a prospective student-athlete (PSA) on an official visit and up to 4 family members accompanying the PSA. Entertainment must be within a 30-mile radius of the institution’s main campus.
A noncoaching staff member can perform administrative tasks (e.g. manage clock, track stats, etc.) and provide encouragement during CARA, but cannot engage in coaching activities, serve as a practice player, or assist with drills.
Student-athletes may receive medical treatment on a required day off. This does not count toward daily or weekly hour limits (CARA).
Remember what you can and cannot send to recruits! Please refer to the chart below as guidance for sending correspondence to prospective student-athletes. Keep in mind the dates for the first opportunity to contact a prospective student-athlete in each sport. #GoDawgs
A student-athlete may not receive payment from any source for his/her complimentary admissions and may not exchange or assign them for any item of value. Also, family members and friends who have been assigned tickets cannot sell or exchange them.