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Kenyon College Student Athlete Handbook

Kenyon College Student Athlete Handbook

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Kenyon College Student Athlete Handbook 2008-2009
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Kenyon College
2008-09Student-Athlete Handbook 
 
August 2008
 
Dear Kenyon Student-Athlete,Welcome to Kenyon Athletics. In the 2007-08 academic year, we had more varsity teams ranked nationally thanevery before, and eight of our programs made NCAA post-season championship competition. This high level of
competition complements the national reputation of Kenyon’s academic programs –
a combination for which we arequite proud.The Student-Athlete Handbook is a guide to your participation in athletics at Kenyon College. You will findinformation on eligibility, academic requirements, NCAA rules, drug testing, scheduling of games and practices, andmuch more. One of the most important sections is the Kenyon College Student-Athlete Code of Ethics whereexpectations for sportsmanship and making good choices on and off the field of play are outlined. Kenyon Collegeviews the student-athlete experience as a learning environment, a laboratory for challenge, coordination, fitness andteamwork. We emphasize the student-
athlete’s role as an ambassador for the team and for the college while
contributing to the life of the campus in areas outside athletics. The Kenyon student-athlete has a somewhat greaterresponsibility to the campus community by always being viewed as a representative of a team and the college. This istrue in social settings along with the choices you make every hour of every day.As Athletic Director, I ask that you take full advantage of the challenges and growth opportunities afforded to youin every area at Kenyon. Just as with your attendance at practices and games, simply showing up to class is notenough
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you need to perform 
. Take the greatest advantage of Kenyon by ‘performing’, ‘engaging, ‘discussing’, and‘taking risks in new subject areas’ both in the classroom and in research. Communicate with your teaching faculty
about your aspirations, about potential absences for athletic contests, and about class policy. Active communicationis a cornerstone of success, and a roadmap for your success at Kenyon.I also encourage you to take time to learn about the history of your sport at Kenyon - who were the great playersand great coaches, the ones that saw teams through the best times and the lean times? Connect with those alumnievery chance you get; they will tell you that they would trade a lot of experiences for the chance to put on a Kenyonuniform and play again. Then, at your Kenyon graduation, I hope you will take a quick peek back at your four yearsat Kenyon and know that you made the best of your experiences and developed friendships, with teammates,roommates, classmates, and professors that will last a lifetime.Best wishes as you move forward with your Kenyon career. Be a great ambassador for yourself and for theKenyon Lords and Ladies, on and off the competition arena.Go Lords. Go Ladies.Peter SmithDirector of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation
Table of Contents
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Kenyon College Mission Statement
 
General InformationNorth Coast Athletic Conference
Confidentiality
NCAA Division III Philosophy Statement
Hazing
Kenyon College Student-Athlete Code of Ethics
Internet Policy
Academics and Eligibility
Equipment Room, Laundry, Locker RoomsContest Scheduling Guidelines Recruiting GuidelinesAcademic Advising and Support Awards
Practice and Competition
Experience SurveyPrinciples of Competition Media RelationsNCAA Eligibility Forms Kenyon Student-Athlete AssociationConflict Resolution Procedures Kenyon Athletic AssociationTravel Policy
NCAA Division III RegulationsMedical Information
 
Athletic Department Phone Directory
Drug and Alcohol Education and Testing
(REVISED)
 Training Room PoliciesInsurance Policy
 
 The Mission of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation
The primary purpose of Kenyon Athletics is to enhance and develop values thatfoster leadership, self-discipline, and teamwork while providing successful, quality,competitive experiences that mirror the academic excellence of the institution. Asstudents in the classroom strive for academic excellence, so do they on the athletic fieldin preparation, commitment and outcome.
Co-curricular programs at Kenyon College are developed for the purpose of supporting and
enhancing the institution‘s basic missions of education and development, and the policies, practices and
procedures of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation are designed to beconsonant with those missions. The activities sponsored by the Department are designed to enrich thelives of our students, provide the necessary training ground for life growth, enhance the image of theinstitution, and build upon the academic mission of the College. Within its resources, the Department isexpected to provide a broad range of recreational and competitive programs for all in the collegecommunity who wish to participate: varsity athletics, physical education classes, club sports, intramurals,and use of facilities for personal fitness. These activities are intended most directly to benefit thosecommunity members (students, faculty, staff, and alumni) who participate in our programs.Holding paramount the ideals of amateurism, sportsmanship, and fair play, Kenyon College athleticprograms are administered by the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the North Coast AthleticConference. At Kenyon College, the student-athlete experience is important, outcomes are important, asis the health and welfare of the students. To this end, student-athletes and teams are encouraged to excelon the playing field, and in the community, the same way they are encouraged to excel in the classroom.This is achieved with a focus on academics and a necessary balance in co-curricular activity. TheDepartment strongly supports the pursuit of academic excellence and a healthy, vigorous lifestyle, andbelieves that its student-oriented programs make strong contributions toward this goal.
The Goals and Objectives of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, andRecreation:
a)
 
To support and enhance the educational mission of Kenyon College.b)
 
To support and enhance the character of residential life for the students of the College.c)
 
To know and maintain all standards and regulations governing intercollegiate competition.d)
 
To contribute to the recruitment of qualified students to the College.e)
 
To represent the College well, and to insure that students in designated areas of responsibilityrepresent it well.f)
 
To offer effective coaching to the students who participate in intercollegiate athletic competition.g)
 
To offer effective instruction in physical education and fitness to the students of the College.h)
 
To handle all matters of organization, scheduling, and equipment necessary for the effectivefunctioning of designated College teams.i)
 
To participate fully in the general life of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education, andRecreation.

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