Here are some helpful tips and reminders to help you as a parent with NCAA rules and regulations. We understand that not every single rule can be covered on this website, and if you have questions, please contact the Compliance Office at (785) 864-4200.
Kansas Athletics Policy States that your child must be a Final Qualifier with the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse prior to arriving on campus for full-time enrollment. Please help your child in making sure that transcripts and test scores are submitted to the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse after they graduate.
You and your child have a pre-existing relationship. This means that if you are a booster to the athletics department, you are typically known as a parent first, and booster second.
You may request information from a professional team or league with regards to your child's potential draft status.
You and your child may not agree to enter into an agreement with an agent during anytime while your child is a member of a Kansas Athletics Team.
You, your child, or your relatives may not receive any extra benefits from an agent, or anyone associated with an agent. Doing so could cost your son or daughter their eligibility.
Your child may not receive any extra benefits due to her play or participation while as a student-athlete at Kansas.