NCAA eligibility rules can be complex, but it’s vital that you understand your rights and how the different regulations will affect your ability to compete. Our free article library explains what you need to know about eligibility rules related to amateurism requirements, anti-doping violations, code of conduct disputes, and transfers.
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Appeal Options When an NCAA Athlete Tests Positive for Banned Substances After Ingesting Contaminated Dietary Supplements Contaminated dietary supplements can lead to NCAA anti-doping violations for student-athletes. Learn more about your appeal options.
What NCAA Student-Athletes Must Know About Accepting Payments for Playing on a National Team The NCAA regulates what payments a student-athlete can accept for playing on a national team. Contact a sports law attorney before accepting any funds.