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Baylor University - Athletics
Academic Fraud/Scholarship/Financial Aid Fraudulent ACT/SAT examinations, plagiarism, arranging or accepting fraudulent academic work/credit, falsifying transcripts, improper academic assistance. Improper inducement of benefits or financial aid. Unusual treatment for one player and not for others in loans, transportation or housing benefits.
Extra Benefits/Recruiting Inducement The giving, receiving or solicitation of items which could be reasonably interpreted as an effort to influence a recruiting decision of a prospective student-athlete; items given, received or solicited for the benefit of an enrolled student-athlete or members of their family or friends; the impermissible acceptance of cash, checks, money orders, loans, vehicles or transportation by an enrolled or prospective student-athlete.
Gambling/Fraudulent Activities Student-athlete, coach, athletic staff memberís involvement in gambling activities. Sharing of information with persons related to organized gambling or any activities designed to illegally influence the outcome of an athletic contest.
Recruiting Misconduct Phone calls or recruiting contacts/visits outside the permissible recruiting period; undue duress or influence from alumni, regent or unauthorized personnel; recruiting prospective student-athletes that have lost amateur status.
Sexual Misconduct The making of unwanted and offensive sexual advances or of sexually offensive remarks or acts, by associates or superiors.
Sports Agents/ Misuse of Assets Improper activity with a sports agent, including the acceptance of any benefit from a sports agent or representative of a sports agent by a student-athlete or athletic staff member; the written or oral agreement by a student-athlete with a sports agent prior to the expiration of the student-athleteís eligibility. Use of college sports equipment, uniforms or any other items owned by the University for personal activities.
Substance Abuse Substance abuse is defined as the misuse of both legal and illegal drugs including alcohol. (Examples include: cocaine, narcotics, marijuana, stimulants or steroids)
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