Compliance Home


The compliance office is primarily responsible for executing the comprehensive compliance program in order to appropriately educate constituents, provide interpretations, and prevent violations of applicable NCAA, ACC, Institute, and GTAA rules. Furthermore, the office aims to foster a culture of compliance and institutional control that promotes the mission and values of the GTAA. Constituents include all individuals associated with the GTAA – prospective student-athletes, current student-athletes, coaches, GTAA staff, Georgia Tech faculty and staff, and representatives of athletics interests, or boosters.

The athletics compliance office is a resource for student-athletes, coaches, staff, administration, parents, faculty and devoted Yellow Jackets fans. Our office is located in the Arthur B. Edge Intercollegiate Athletics Center at 150 Bobby Dodd NW Atlanta, GA.


Compliance Staff
Shoshanna EngelAssociate Director of Athletics - Compliancesengel@athletics.gatech.edu404-894-8792
Lance MarkosAssistant Director of Athletics - Compliancelmarkos@athletics.gatech.edu404-894-5507
Bret Cowley

Associate Director of Compliancebcowley@athletics.gatech.edu404-385-0611
Shardonay Blueford
Assistant Director of Compliancesblueford@athletics.gatech.edu404-894-0416
Christina ChowCompliance Assistantcchow@athletics.gatech.edu404-894-5055
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Welcome to the compliance webpage concerning future student-athletes. The NCAA has many rules about the actions of a prospect, as well as the actions of their parents, guardians, coaches, teachers, and school administrators. For information to make the transition into Georgia Tech Athletics as smooth as possible, please find some helpful links below.

• GT Admissions 
• Georgia Tech Financial Aid Office 
• NCAA Eligibility Center
• SAT Information
• ACT Information
• National Letter of Intent (NLI) Program
• NCAA Initial Eligibility Requirements

The players celebrate the win with the student section.


Welcome to the compliance webpage for current student-athletes. One of the main goals of the compliance office is ensuring all student-athletes are properly educated regarding applicable NCAA rules. This helps protect your eligibility and gives you the best chance for personal and team success. In order to make informed decisions and maximize your opportunity here at Georgia Tech, please see some helpful links below.

Please remember the compliance office has an open door policy and is a trusted resource for help dealing with any personal or athletic issue you may encounter.

• GA Tech Financial Aid Office
• GT Academic Eligibility Lifecycle

• Defining CARA
• Student-Athlete Employment
• Student-Athlete Fee for Lesson
• Outside Competition Form


Welcome to the Georgia Tech Athletics compliance webpage for fans, boosters, and alumni. Part of the responsibility of the compliance office includes educating fans, boosters, and alumni regarding NCAA, ACC, Institute, and GTAA rules to foster a culture of compliance that promotes the mission and values of the GTAA. To guide your interactions with future and current Georgia Tech student-athletes, please find some helpful links below.

Please remember the Georgia Tech Athletics compliance office is also a valuable resource for you. If you are ever unsure about how to show your support for Georgia Tech Athletics, please contact the compliance office before taking action. We are extremely grateful for your help and thank you for your loyal and continued contributions.

• Role of Boosters

• Occasional Meal Form


Welcome to the compliance webpage for agents. In addition to Federal and State regulations, the NCAA has regulations concerning sports agents. To ensure interactions between agents and student-athletes are consistent with all applicable regulations, please see the helpful information below. If you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact the compliance office.

An agent is any individual who, directly or indirectly:
1. Represents or attempts to represent an individual for the purpose of marketing his or her athletics ability or reputation for financial gain; or

2. Seeks to obtain any type of financial gain or benefit from securing a prospective student-athlete’s enrollment at an educational institution or from a student-athlete’s potential earnings as a professional athlete.

• Agent Policy 
• NCAA Agent Legislation 
• State of Georgia Uniform Agent Act
• Sport Agent Responsibility 

• Player-Agent Registration
• Player-Agent Renewal


Welcome to the compliance webpage for charitable donations and autographs. Georgia Tech Athletics values its ability to donate items and autographs for charitable purposes. However, before any request can be approved, the following documents must be emailed to the compliance office (

  • Completed Donation Request Form
  • A letter on organizational letterhead describing the event for which the donation is being requested

If you are requesting items be autographed, you must purchase the items. Georgia Tech Athletics does not provide items to be autographed. Please contact the compliance office to coordinate delivery of the items. All items must be delivered four weeks prior to the event to ensure the return of the items by your deadline.

Georgia Tech Athletics operates under NCAA rules and regulations. Therefore, it may not be permissible to approve all requests. If your request cannot be granted, you will receive such notification in a timely manner and any items related to your request will also be returned. Georgia Tech Athletics does not accept any items to be autographed by Georgia Tech student-athletes.