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Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: What if a prospect calls an Athletics Representative?
A: An Athletics Representative may have a telephone conversation with a prospect that is initiated by the prospect and is not prearranged by the institution (including providing a prospect with the phone number). Additionally any questions about Stanford's athletic programs during the conversation must be referred to members of Stanford's coaching staff.
Q: Does this apply to "established family friends" or neighbors?
A: No. However, it must be understood that such contacts cannot be made for recruiting purposes and questions about Stanford's athletic programs should still be referred to members of Stanford's coaching staff.
Q: Is it permissible for an Athletics Representative to employ a current student-athlete or provide a current student-athlete with housing?
A: It is permissible to employ a current student-athlete either during the summer or the academic year. Student-athletes cannot be paid more than the going rate for the particular position and can only be paid for actual work performed. It is also permissible for a Representative to house a student-athlete, provided the student-athlete pays market rate for the particular arrangement, as determined/confirmed by the Stanford Compliance Services Office.
Q: Is it permissible for current student-athletes to be involved in any type of promotional activities?
A: Yes, provided the activities are for institutional, charitable, educational or nonprofit agencies and the activity receives prior approval from Stanford's Athletic Director (via the Compliance Services Office).

 


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