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Extra Benefits

A student-athlete at Boise State University may not receive any tangible benefit not available to the general student-body. Because receipt of an extra benefit will jeopardize your eligibility, whether you receive an extra benefit or simply believe you may have received an extra benefit, you must report such receipt to the Boise State University Athletics Compliance Office. In turn, our office will do everything possible to keep your eligibility intact.

Some common examples of extra benefits include the following:

  • Special discounts & credits
  • Free or reduced cost(s) for services
  • Use of credit cards or telephones for personal reasons without charge
  • Entertainment services, such as free tickets to a sporting event

Occasional Meals
NCAA bylaws allow coaches and boosters to provide student-athletes with an occasional meal. The rules related to occasional meals vary depending on whether a booster is providing the meal or a Boise State University staff member is providing the meal. Occasional meals must be approved by the Boise State University Athletics Compliance Office to ensure the meal is in accordance with NCAA rules and regulations.

  • If a Boise State University staff member is providing the meal, the meal must occur within the locale of Boise State University and the staff member may arrange for reasonable transportation to the meal.
  • If a Boise State University booster is providing the meal, the meal must occur in the boosterÕs home or at a campus facility that is regularly used for home competitions. Boosters may also provide reasonable local transportation to attend an occasional meal, but only if the meal occurs at the boosterÕs home. It is permissible for a booster to have a meal catered.

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