To Fans and Friends of Purdue Athletics:

Greetings and welcome to the Purdue University Compliance Office web site! It is critical that both the institution and the individual do our part to learn and abide by the NCAA, conference, and University rules that impact Purdue recruits, student-athletes, coaches, and boosters. The goals of the Athletic Department compliance program are to:

  • Maintain control of its athletic programs through the responsible administrators, faculty, and institutional bodies.
  • Educate coaches, staff, student-athletes, and other individuals involved with the athletics program in their institutional responsibilities under the rules and develop operating systems that provide guidance in how to work within these rules.
  • Monitor all aspects of the University's athletics programs to ensure compliance, identify and report to the NCAA all instances in which compliance has not been achieved, and affirm that appropriate corrective actions are taken.
  • Help all fans and friends of the Purdue athletic program comply and maintain competency with all applicable NCAA, conference, and institutional rules and hold each individual responsible to report any violation of these rules of which he or she is aware.

The University's goals in responding to any violations will be to encourage communication, to seek consistency and accountability and, above all, to send a strong message that the University is unequivocally committed to rules compliance.

Thank you for caring about Purdue University Athletics and taking the time to review the Purdue University Athletics Compliance Office web site! Your assistance in preventing violations of NCAA, Big Ten and institutional rules plays a vital role in supporting Purdue's athletics program, and the hundreds of student-athletes who wear gold and black every year. As we strive for continued excellence, we always seek the highest standard of ethical conduct. Purdue University is proud to have your loyal support, dedication and enthusiasm for Boilermaker Athletics.

NCAA rules are the responsibility of everyone from student-athletes to administrators to boosters. In helping the Purdue University athletics department achieve its higher purpose, we ask your assistance in continuing to build a compliance conscience.

Please feel free to contact the Athletics Compliance Office with any questions about NCAA rules.

Boiler Up!

Tom Mitchell
Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance

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West Lafayette, IN 47907-2037
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