The University of Phoenix is working to reduce its salary structure to the point where it is no longer in violation of NCAA regulations, a report from the school’s governing body said.
The Arizona State University and the University of Arizona will be able to reduce their compensation structures to the extent that they are no longer being in violation, the NCAA said in a statement.
The two schools’ current compensation structures were established in response to concerns about their revenue stream.
Under the new structures, the University and Arizona State will be compensated for their revenues based on their percentage of the national market for the sport they teach.
Arizona State is currently one of only two schools in the country that earns a revenue share of at least 25 percent for its football team.
The NCAA said that it would continue to monitor the performance of these universities.