You can read more complete points here, but below you can read the straight dish on what the actual consequences are. The good news is that none of the violations have occurred under Self's watch, and that the violations that occurred in the men's basketball program were probably secondary, pending the NCAA's verification of the internal investigation.
With the approval of then head men's basketball coach Roy Williams, at the completion of the 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2002-03 men's basketball seasons, three representatives of the University's athletics interests (Dana Anderson, Joan Edwards and Bernard Morgan) provided gifts of cash and clothing to graduating men's basketball student-athletes and men's basketball student-athletes who had exhausted their eligibility.
The University will provide additional rules education for all of the men's basketball coaches and student-athletes regarding gifts after eligibility has been exhausted.
During the summer of 2002, then University assistant women's basketball coach Tim Eatman made arrangements for two prospective student-athletes to receive housing and employment at Naismith Hall, an off-campus, privately owned dormitory used by the
University's women's basketball student-athletes. The arrangement required that they work in the dining facility of the dormitory in exchange for the cost of housing and meals. The value of the work they performed was insufficient to pay the cost for the time they lived at the dormitory.
During the summer of 2002, then University assistant women's basketball coach Tim Eatman made arrangements for two prospective student-athletes to attend Kaplan Test Preparation Center to help them achieve scores on the standardized tests that would enable them to participate and receive institutional financial aid at the University.
During the late summer and early fall of 2002, two prospective student-athletes participated in out-of-season pickup games and workouts with then current members of the University's women's basketball team at University facilities. Additionally, they were permitted to utilize these facilities for their personal training, workouts and practices because of their status as prospective women's basketball student-athletes.
During the summer and fall of 2002, then University assistant women's basketball coach Tim Eatman made arrangements for transportation for two prospective student-athletes with two former student-athletes.
During the fall semester of 2002, then University assistant women's basketball coaches Tim Eatman and Lynette Woodard provided transportation to a prospective student-athlete on two separate occasions to a location on the University's campus where she was scheduled to take a standardized test.
Penalties and corrective measures:
The University will reduce the number of initial grant-in aid awards by two (13) for the 2005-06 season.
The University will reduce the number of permissible off-campus recruiting coaches by one (from 3 to 2) for a one-year period (2005-06).
The University will provide additional rules education for all members of the women's basketball coaching staff on the permissible activities in dealing with prospective student-athletes.
During the summer of 2003, seven former football prospective student-athletes were provided with assistance in enrollment and scheduling correspondence courses in order for the prospective student-athletes to obtain required course work to graduate from their respective two-year institutions.
Members of the football coaching staff monitored the daily studies of several prospective student-athletes in their completion of online correspondence course work. Also, prospective student-athletes were permitted to use the graduate assistant coaches' offices and computers in completing their course work.
Three former prospective student-athletes were allowed to share answers in completing their online course work for correspondence courses.
Several prospective student-athletes received improper assistance through the arrangements of academic assistance at the University's coaches' offices and for a test proctor. Also, some of the prospective student-athletes received improper transportation from campus to the high school and back to campus on a few occasions.
On August 7, 2003, a former football staff member served as a proctor for two or three prospective student-athletes and administered, on the University's campus, an examination for correspondence courses being taken by the prospective student-athletes.
On approximately August 7, 2003, a former football staff member provided two prospective student-athletes with tutoring, study assistance, and answers to a correspondence course examination.
Former football staff members mailed correspondence examinations to Brigham Young University on behalf of several prospective student-athletes who had taken the examinations.
Former assistant coach Tyrone Dixon provided clothing to a former student-athlete on two separate occasions - once when he was a prospective student-athlete, and once when he was an enrolled student-athlete.
Penalties and corrective measures:
A letter of admonishment has been issued to assistant football coach Clint Bowen for his involvement with the correspondence courses.
A letter of admonishment has been issued to head football coach Mark Mangino because of his overall responsibility for the program.
The University will restrict the number of two-year college transfer student-athletes into the football program to 3 per year for two years (2005 and 2006) based on the average number of two-year college transfers for the past three years (9 per year).
The University will reduce the number of initial grant-in-aid awards in football by one in 2005-06 (24) and one in 2006-07 (24).
Additional rules education on academic requirements will be provided to all members of the football coaching staff.
Additional Penalties and Corrective Measures:
Chancellor Robert Hemenway has imposed a two-year probation on the University's athletics department. The probation does not carry with it any television or postseason sanctions. During this period the University will provide to the NCAA semi-annual compliance reports indicating the progress made with each program and documenting its compliance with the self-imposed penalties.
The University has restructured the academic advising office to centralize responsibility for academic support for all prospective and enrolled student-athletes under the Associate Director of Athletics for Student Support Services.
The University has prepared an in-depth compliance manual it will send to all representatives of the University's athletics interests reminding them of NCAA rules and regulations.
The University has increased its compliance staff by two full-time and one part-time position and will add one additional full-time position prior to the 2005-06 academic year. Additionally, the athletics department has budgeted for one additional full-time position beginning in the 2007-2008 academic year.
The University has contracted with an outside firm to have annual athletics department-wide compliance reviews performed.