Skyhawk Club & other athletic boosters who Represent UTM Athletics. How to properly represent UTM Athletics in accordance with the NCAA Bylaws. The NCAA Handbook. UTM is home to 15 collegiate sports teams, 13 of which compete within the NCAA.
How to properly represent UTM Athletics in accordance with the NCAA Bylaws
As an NCAA member institution, the University of Tennessee-Martin is responsible for the actions of its coaches, student-athletes, staff, boosters, alumni, fans and friends. The NCAA mandates that boosters conduct themselves according to strict guidelines pertaining to their involvement in the Skyhawk Athletics program.
The following information is designed to assist you in understanding these guidelines, so that the eligibility of a student-athlete or prospective student-athlete, your affiliation with the University of Tennessee-Martin or the integrity of the athletics program is not jeopardized.
High School Prospect
Post High School Prospect
The following information is a summary of the types of interaction that boosters can/cannot have with prospects.
Specifically, boosters should NOT:
The following is a summary of the types of interaction that boosters can/cannot have with currently enrolled student-athletes.
Under NCAA legislation, a student-athlete may receive earnings from legitimate on or off-campus employment provided: