The athletics department neither promotes nor condones illegal alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) activities. All ATOD messages - verbal and written, formal and informal - and all contacts with prospective student-athletes are consistent with school and departmental policies. The athletics department recognizes that the behavior of the recruit will be a responsibility of the student host and that the athletics department bears the legal responsibility for the recruit’s ATOD use. The athletics department should have a uniform, written policy to guide all members of the department and recruits through the recruiting process.
Recruiting Right - Cleveland State University
- The guide provides hosts with important guidelines, including recommended activities for recruits and where they are/aren't allowed to spend their hosting funds. The primary emphasis is reminding student hosts that they are representing CSU and are expected to conduct themselves accordingly.
Student Host Form - North Carolina State University
- The student host form provides specific guidance on host responsibilities and list specific activities that are not permitted during a prospect visit.
Student Host Instructions - University of North Texas
- The document outlines permitted and non-permitted activities during a recruiting visit. The form requires signatures from the coach, host and recruit.
Recruiting and Official Visit Policy - University of Findlay
- Provides guidelines for official and unofficial campus visits as well as a list of acceptable and unacceptable activities.
Student Athlete Recruiting Policy - Georgian Court University
- The policy provides detailed guidelines for student hosts.
Student Host Form - Cabrini College
- The document outlines the host's responsibilities during a prospect visit.
Student-Athlete Handbook (p. 14-15) - Springfield College
- The policy outlines the student-host's responsibilities.
Athletic Recruiting Form - Salisbury University
- The form includes information and a customized contact card for the recruit, student host and coach.