Agent activity is an area of significant concern for intercollegiate programs because of strict NCAA legislation concerning this issue. Please read the following educational information and view the website links. We ask for your cooperation regarding NCAA rules, the State of Ohio's law regarding agents, and Ohio State's own agent policy. If you have any questions, please contact the Compliance Office at 614-292-2681or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Agents/advisors are invited to register to participate in The Ohio State University Professional Sports Education program for student-athletes and their families. Agents/advisors seeking to represent Ohio State student-athletes in their future professional activities must apply for registration with The Ohio State University Professional Sports Counseling Panel. Additionally, agents must be registered with the State of Ohio.
Please review the following educational information and applicable NCAA Bylaws governing athlete agents/advisors.
Below are some articles about Ohio State's Agent/Advisor Education Program.
Student-athletes who realistically anticipate receiving a significant amount of money as professional athletes because of their present market value may want to consider obtaining disability insurance coverage. The cost of disability insurance depends on the type of policy, the particular sport, and how much coverage is offered. Please review the following information concerning disability insurance.
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