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Athletics Compliance Office Coaching Staff
Aisley Carter
Assistant Director of Compliance
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Director of Compliance
Alma Mater: Rider
Graduating Year: 2011
Phone: 212-851-0481
Email: ac4347@columbia.edu

Aisley Carter was named Columbia University’s Assistant Director for Compliance in November, 2017.

 

At Columbia, Carter’s primary responsibilities include day-to-day NCAA and Ivy League compliance oversight of 15 of the 31 varsity sports. She also spearheads proactive rules education for the entire athletic department and is a co-advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She is stationed at Baker Athletics Complex.

 

Carter arrives at Columbia after working at St. John’s University in its compliance department. At St. John’s, Carter was responsible for overseeing Bylaw 15, maintaining all sports team squad lists/equivalencies, processing all NLI and scholarship requests, and serves as the athletics liaison to other departments across campus. 

Prior to her role at St. John's, Carter served as the Compliance Coordinator and SAAC Advisor at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Fla. At UWF, she worked with the Associate Athletic Director on day-to-day compliance operations including developing best practices, interpretations, and rules education for all student-athletes, coaches, and athletics staff. She also was instrumental in implementing the university's first-ever Football program in preparation for their inaugural year.

Before her two-year stint at West Florida, Carter worked as the compliance graduate assistant and received her Master's degree in Sports Management from St. John's in 2014.

Carter graduated from Rider University in 2011 where she was a four-year member of the swimming and diving team and served as her team's SAAC representative. As a diver at Rider, she won the 2011 individual MAAC championships in both the 1 and 3 meter boards and earned MAAC Diver of the Meet honors. In 2009, her team won the MAAC conference championship by defeating long-time rival Marist.