The Atlantic Coast Conference Compliance Office serves the league's 15 member insitutions and their student-athletes. The work of the compliance staff furthers the ACC’s commitment to competing athletically at the highest level with integrity and a unique balance between academics and athletics. The purpose of the ACC Compliance web page is to highlight resources that contain iportant compliance and eligibility information for current and prospective student-athletes and their families.
The primary governing body of intercollegiate athletics is the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). There are important NCAA eligibility rules outlined in the links at the bottom of this page. The ACC also has conference-specific bylaws which cover Conference Eligibility Rules on the attached page.
Finally, the NCAA opposes all forms of sports wagering on NCAA-sponsored sports. As demonstrated in these materials, Sports Wagering has become a serious problem that threatens the well-being of the student-athlete and the integrity of college sports.
ACC Compliance Staff
Brad Hostetter - Senior Associate Commissioner of Compliance & Governance, Human Relations
Matt Burgemeister - Assistant Commissioner of Compliance & Governance
Shamaree T. Brown - Director of Student-Athlete Programs and Compliance
Tracey Haith - Coordinator of Student-Athlete Programs, Compliance & Governance, Human Resources
Related Compliance Links
- National Collegiate Athletic Association | Phone: 317-917-6222
- Initial Eligibility & Recruiting Information
- Eligibility Center (formally the NCAA Clearinghouse)
- Amateurism Certification Information
- Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete
- National Letter of Intent