Rules to Know for UW NLI Signees
Contacts by UW Coach
A UW coach may contact you at your home only during time periods specified by the NCAA. For UW Football and Men's Basketball signees, there is an additional restriction that a UW coach may only contact you on your educational institution's campus no more than once per week during a permissible contact period. A coach may not visit with you during your contests.
Contacts by UW Boosters
A representative of the UW's athletics interests (i.e., booster) may not contact you (in-person, by telephone, or in writing) unless he or she is an established family friend or neighbor.
Telephone Calls by UW Staff
UW staff members may call you an unlimited number of times during a week. If any other school calls you, you should notify them that you have signed a NLI with the UW as NLI rules require the school to cease recruiting efforts.
In sports other than Football, you may enroll and pay to participate but may not be employed in institutional camps and clinics. For Football signees, a senior prospect shall not be permitted to enroll, participate, or be employed at any Division I sports camp or clinic. For purposes of this rule, a "senior prospect" is one who is eligible for admission to a member institution or who has started classes for the senior year in high school.
If you plan on attending the UW during the summer term prior to your initial enrollment, the athletic department is permitted to arrange housing for you. If you are not attending the summer term prior to your initial enrollment and are merely living in Madison, the UW can only provide you with general housing information, and you must arrange your own housing.
Announce Publicly Your Intention to Attend
We may publicly announce your intention to come to the University of Wisconsin and participate in our intercollegiate athletic program once you have signed NLI or Acceptance of Admission.
Use of Academic Services & Training Room Facilities
NLI signees who are enrolled in the institution's summer term prior to initial, full-time enrollment can be provided academic support services by the UW and also may utilize the UW's training room facilities.