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Amy Strickland
Associate Athletic Director/Compliance/SWA
(860) 832-3019

Molly McCarthy
Assistant Director of Compliance
(860) 832-3048

All questions regarding NCAA compliance and eligibility should be directed to the:
Compliance Office
Central Connecticut State University
Kaiser Hall
New Britain, CT 06050

EADA REPORT - Oct. 2019

NCAA Audit Links


Important Campus Numbers Health And Safety

2018-19 Student-Athlete Handbook






Title IX Policies and Procedures / Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence


The Office of Victim Advocacy and Prevention Program

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Counseling and Wellness



Immediate Help


If you or someone you know are in imminent or immediate danger, immediately dial 9-1-1.



NCAA Educational Documents
2020-21 Summary of NCAA Legislation
2020-21 NCAA List of Banned Substances
CSU Drug Education Program - Effective July 1, 2006

Transfer Information
Division I and II Notification of Transfer Information

Any athlete seeking to transfer out of Central Connecticut State University should contact the Compliance Office to discuss the process in a confidential conversation. At CCSU, if you choose to seek Notification of Transfer, you will be assigned the form through our JumpForward portal. Student Athletes will complete their portion of the form, it will be then routed to the Head Coach and then submitted to the Compliance Office. Upon receipt of the completed form (from Athlete and Coach) the Compliance office will have two business days in which to enter the athletes name into the NCAA Transfer Portal. At which time, the Compliance Office will email the athlete with information relative to their personal situation. Any questions about the process, please contact Amy Strickland or Molly McCarthy.

NCAA One Time Transfer (Effective August 1, 2021)

Notification of Transfer FAQ NCAA Document

NCAA Educational Column Q & A Document for the Uniform Transfer Policy (May 4, 2021)

Official Visits

During your senior year, you can have one expense-paid (official) visit to a particular campus. You may receive no more than five such visits. This restriction applies even ifyou are being recruited in more than one sport. You can't have an official visit unless you have given the college your high-school (or college) academic transcript and a score from a PSAT, an SAT, a PACT Plus or an ACT taken on a national test date under national testing conditions. Your academic transcript may be a photocopy of your official high-school (or college) transcript. [Note: In this instance, the Division I school may use the services of the Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse to validate your credentials.] During your official visit (which may not exceed 48 hours), you may receive round-trip transportation between your home (or high school) and the campus, and you (and your parents) may receive meals, lodging and complimentary admissions to campus athletics events. A coach may only accompany you on your official visit when the transportation occurs by automobile and all transportation occurs within the 48-hour period. Meals provided to you (and/or your parents) on an official visit may be provided either on or off the institution's campus. The complimentary admissions you receive may provide you seating only in the facility's general seating area. You may not be given special seating (e.g., press box, bench area). In addition, a student host may help you (and your family) become acquainted with campus life. The host may spend $30 per day to cover all costs of entertaining you (and your parents, legal guardians or spouse); however, the money can't be used to purchase souvenirs such as T-shirts or other college mementos. Additionally, during a campus visit, the school may provide you with a student-athlete handbook.


Contact period - permissible for authorized athletic department staff members to make in-person, off-campus recruiting contacts and evaluations.

Dead period - not permissible to make in-person recruiting contacts or evaluations on- or off-campus or permit official or unofficial visits.

Evaluation period - permissible for authorized athletics department staff to be involved in off-campus activities to assess academic qualifications and playing abilities. No in-person, off-campus recruiting contacts with a prospect are permitted.

Quiet period - permissible to make in-person recruiting contacts only on the member institution's campus. Competition Site (13.02.2) - The competition site is the facility which athletics competition is actually conducted, including any dressing room or meeting facility utilized in conjunction with the competition.





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