Carrying on the Dartmouth College and Ivy League traditions of excellence is hard work and competition among the best institutions is intense. Searching for a competitive edge is part of the challenge. However, meeting those challenges means playing by the rules. The NCAA has rules for coaches, student-athletes, administrators, alumni and fans.
The Compliance Office in the Athletic Department works to educate coaches, student-athletes, staff members and the Dartmouth community in regards to NCAA and Ivy rules. If you have any questions in this area, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance
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Due to an extremely high volume of requests, Dartmouth College Athletic Department does not grant requests for donations of equipment, apparel or other products.
If you would like to inquire about the athletics department donating any game--day tickets to your special cause, please fill out the online questionnaire below:
Representatives of Athletics Interests
You are considered a representative of Dartmouth's athletic interests if:
- You are or have ever been a member of any group that supports or promotes the Dartmouth athletics program.
- You have made financial donations to the athletic program.
- You have ever helped arrange or provided employment for an enrolled student-athlete, a prospective student-athlete, or their parents or relatives.
- You have helped in any way to recruit student-athletes.
According to the NCAA, once an individual is identified as a representative of athletic interests, the individual retains that status for life. Any contact you have with prospective student-athletes, their parents, coaches, teachers or counselors, and anything you provide for prospective or current student-athletes is subject to NCAA rules. Impermissible contacts can affect the eligibility of Dartmouth's student-athletes. Dartmouth College is responsible for the actions of all its representatives, and reserves the right to withhold any benefit or privilege associated with the athletic department.
Per NCAA rules, all in-person, on- and off-campus recruiting contacts with a prospective student-athlete or the prospective student-athlete's relatives or legal guardians shall be made only by authorized institutional staff members. Such contact, as well as correspondence and telephone calls, by representatives of an institution's athletics interests is prohibited.
Guide for Dartmouth Alumni, Athletic Sponsors, & Friends of Big Green Athletics
Big Green Compliance Newsletter
Compliance Weekly Update
2013-2014: Volume 1
Issue 1 - Unlimited Meals
Thank you for your interest in Dartmouth College Athletics. All incoming freshmen who plan on participating in intercollegiate athletics must be certified through the NCAA Eligibility Center. For more information in regards to initial eligibility, please access the following links:
NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete.
Graduation Success Rate (GSR) - Submitted by Dartmouth College during 2013-2014 academic year:
2004-2007 GSR Cohort
2007-2008 Graduation Rate
Academic Progress Report (APR) - Submitted by Dartmouth College during 2013-2014 academic year:
Dartmouth Guide - 2013-2014
Official NCAA Release
Ivy Athletic Prospect Information - EVERY Ivy League prospective student-athlete should read and understand this document!
NCAA Banned Substances List
NCAA Transfer Guide
Coaches' Compliance Website -*Password protected
Current Dartmouth Student-Athletes
Dartmouth College Student-Athlete Handbook
Outside Competition Form
Promotional Activity Form
NCAA Banned Substances List
NCAA Drug Testing Policy
Student-Athlete Social Media Policy
Ivy League Tip of the Month
December - Outside Competition
January - *Not Available
February - Institutional Club Participation
March - Sports Wagering
April - Summer Activities
August - Eligibility
September - Extra Benefits
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Report 2012-13