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Cyclone Club Membership Guide

Membership Guide

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Membership Guide


Important Dates

January 2020 January 1 — Cyclone Club drive year begins
February 2020 Cyclone Club donation & season football ticket/parking renewals begin
March 2020 March 31 — Cyclone Club donation & season football ticket/parking renewal deadlines
April 2020 Football parking selection process begins

April 18 — Cy's House of Trivia
May 2020 Football seating selection process begins

May 11–13 & 18–20 — Cyclone Tailgate Tour
July 2020 Season basketball ticket renewals begin
October 2020 October 17 — Homecoming
December 2020 December 31 — Cyclone Club drive year ends

All important dates are subject to change

Cyclone Club Faq

NCAA Compliance

Iowa State is responsible for the actions of its boosters. If a booster violates an NCAA, Big 12, or ISU rule, the University may be subject to penalties. In addition, student-athletes or prospects may lose their eligibility for intercollegiate competition. Further, a booster found to have intentionally violated NCAA, Big 12, or ISU rules may be disassociated from Iowa State's athletics program, resulting in a loss of all benefits and privileges offered by the Department of Athletics.

Important knowledge to have as a booster:

Boosters may not provide any extra benefits for prospects, current student-athletes or former student-athletes. Extra benefits include but are not limited to:

  • Cash or any type of gift
  • Vehicle or the use of a vehicle
  • Free or reduced-cost housing
  • Loans or co-signing of loans
  • Free or reduced-cost goods or services

A permissible benefit a booster can be involved with is an occasional meal. Student-athletes may attend an occasional meal hosted by a booster held only at the home of the booster, and it may be catered. Occasional meals must be preapproved by the Athletics Compliance Office.

Boosters are not permitted to make in-person, on- or off-campus recruiting contacts with prospects or their relatives or friends. Boosters are also prohibited from initiating telephone or other electronic communication with prospects, their relatives or friends until the individual begins his or her first regular term (fall or spring) at ISU or begins preseason practice (two-a-days).

A booster may employ or arrange for the employment of a student-athlete as long as the student-athlete has registered the job with the Athletics Compliance Office before beginning work.

A business may not use the name, picture, or appearance of an enrolled student-athlete to advertise, recommend, or promote sales or use of a product or service of any kind.

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