Department of Athletics

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Department of Athletics and Department of Sports Medicine: Policies and Procedures Regarding Sports-Related Concussions

A Concussion occurs when there is a direct or indirect insult to the brain. As a result, transient impairment of mental functions such as memory, cognition, equilibrium, and vision may occur. This document contains the policies and procedures regarding sports related concussions.

Department of Athletics and Department of Sports Medicine: Sickle Cell Trait Policy

As required by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, this Policy is intended to provide protocols to help determine UNC student-athletes who have Sickle Cell Trait. It also sets forth subsequent measures to be taken in the event a UNC student-athlete is determined to have Sickle Cell Trait.

Department of Athletics: Policy to Support Safe, Fan-Friendly Tailgating around Athletic Events on the Campus of UNC

UNC and its Department of Athletics are excited to host fans for game days with the Tar Heels! We hope that everyone will help us cultivate a safe, lively, and enjoyable atmosphere for fans of all ages by being mindful of these Tailgating provisions. We look forward to seeing you at a Tailgate soon. Go Heels!

Department of Athletics: Reminders About Harassment and Hazing

The Department of Athletics (“Department”) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (“University” or “UNC”) is committed to providing a harassment-free environment for all student-athletes, coaches, and staff. In furtherance of this objective, the Department has developed this Policy on Harassment.

Policies and Procedures Regarding the Protection of Student-Athletes’ Confidential Information

This Policy is intended to supplement the protections afforded to UNC student-athletes by federal law, state law, and University policies. In the event of any perceived conflict between this Policy and any state or federal law, please contact a member of the Department of Athletics Executive Team.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Scholarships, Awards, and Student Aid Committee Athletics Grant-In-Aid Review Procedures

The following procedures are to be used when a student-athlete attending The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill seeks a review of a decision of a financial aid administrator, such as the Associate Vice Provost and Director of Scholarships and Student Aid ("Associate Provost") or designee, on recommendation of the Department of Athletics, related to the reduction, cancellation, or non-renewal of athletically related institutional financial aid.