Training Expenses

NCAA Bylaw 12.1.2.4.9 – Exception for Training Expenses

An individual (prospective or enrolled student-athlete) may receive actual and necessary expenses [including grants, but not prize money, whereby the recipient has qualified for the grant based on his or her performance in a specific event(s)] to cover development training, coaching, facility usage, equipment, apparel, supplies, comprehensive health insurance, travel, room and board without jeopardizing the individual’s eligibility for intercollegiate athletics, provided such expenses are approved and provided directly by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC), the appropriate national governing body in the sport (or, for international student-athletes, the equivalent organization of that nation) or a governmental entity.

Please understand that you must have expenses above and beyond your athletics scholarship to account for the amount in this stipend.  Please keep an accounting of your expenses in order to provide to the Compliance Office, if requested.

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  • PROJECTED EXPENSES/OVER THE FULL TERM OF THE STIPEND (E.G. ONE YEAR):

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

    As a NCAA student-athlete, I understand, I understand if I receive more money through my stipend than I have in expenses, it will affect my eligibility as a NCAA student-athlete. Secondly, I will provide a summary of expenses along with receipts at the end of the stipend cycle (i.e. one year) to ensure my compliance with the above stated NCAA rule.
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