Adherence with NCAA and State legislation as it relates to agents and advisors is of immense importance to LSU and its Athletics Department. We respectfully request your cooperation when it comes to NCAA regulations, LSU policies and Louisiana State laws governing agent and advisor interactions.
In order to protect our student-athletes and the University from potential NCAA violations, athletics department policy requires all agents and advisors to register with the Compliance Office on an annual basis. Further, Louisiana State law requires agents to register with the Office of the Louisiana Attorney General (LAG).
All written correspondence from an agent/advisor to a student-athlete should be sent directly to the Compliance Office. It will be distributed to the student-athlete once the Compliance Office confirms that the agent is properly registered with LSU, the Office of the Louisiana Attorney General (LAG) and the appropriate players association.
All correspondence should be forwarded in duplicate so that Compliance Office can maintain a record and provide the student-athlete with the necessary documentation.
In accordance with Louisiana State law, agents and advisors are prohibited from initiating contact with student-athletes without providing at least seven (7) days of advance notice in writing to the Athletics Director and Head Coach. Further, the agent must be properly registered with LSU, the LAG and the appropriate players association before any contact may occur.