Compliance with NCAA and ACC rules is of utmost importance to the University of Miami and its Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Athletics compliance is the responsibility of everyone associated with the University of Miami’s athletics program, including coaches, student-athletes, athletics department personnel, faculty, staff, alumni, boosters and other supporters of the University of Miami. The University of Miami Athletics Compliance Office is charged with leading and coordinating the University of Miami’s compliance efforts and shall act as a resource for internal and external constituencies regarding NCAA and ACC compliance issues.
It is critical that all of us do our part to learn and abide by NCAA rules that impact the University of Miami’s student-athletes, recruits, coaches, and boosters. The goals of the Athletics Department Compliance Department are to:
- Educate coaches, student-athletes, staff and supporters regarding NCAA and ACC rules and the compliance expectations of the University of Miami.
- Control and operate the athletics program in accordance with all applicable NCAA, ACC, and institutional rules to maintain a culture of compliance.
- Monitor all aspects of the University's athletics programs to ensure compliance; identify and report to the NCAA all instances in which compliance has not been achieved; and affirm that appropriate corrective actions are taken.
- To serve coaches, student-athletes, staff and supporters by providing accurate and timely interpretations of the rules and assisting them in their compliance efforts.
- Help all fans and friends of the University of Miami’s athletics program comply with all applicable NCAA, conference, and institutional rules.
Please contact the University of Miami Athletics Compliance Office with any questions regarding NCAA or ACC rules or regulations at email@example.com or 305-284-2692. ASK BEFORE YOU ACT!
Associate Athletic Director for Compliance
| Our Mission
The University of Miami Athletics Compliance Office exists to protect the institution through its efforts aimed at ensuring institutional control. The Compliance Office strives to maximize opportunity for the constituents of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics while maintaining an uncompromising commitment to the NCAA Rules. The Compliance Office shall be dedicated to ethical decision making with the highest standard of quality and professionalism while maintaining a fair balance between student-athletes and athletic department staff.
Under NCAA rules, our athletics department is responsible for any infractions caused by our donors whether they are intentional or accidental. Because of this, we ask for your assistance and encourage you to contact our department should you have any questions pertaining to NCAA rules. In addition, should you feel that an infraction has taken place, we ask that you contact our staff in order for us to complete a proper investigation. Communication with our department, and more specifically the compliance office, is the best way to protect our program and all of our student-athletes.
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|University of Miami Compliance Staff|
Craig Anderson --Associate Athletic Director / Compliance (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dan Raben -- Director of Compliance / Eligibility (email@example.com)
Sheri Dooley -- Associate Director / Student Services (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Matt Pottorff -- Assistant Compliance Director / Rules Education (email@example.com)
Megan Klein -- Assistant Compliance Director / Monitoring (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elizabeth Castilla-Miranda -- Compliance Intern