The panel formed to investigate the University of Colorado's recruiting scandal will hand over its findings Monday.
The commission will present its report to the School's Board of regents after meeting for six hours on Friday to add the finishing touches.
The report will provide insight as to whether sex and alcohol played a role in the recruitment of football players.
It will not be available to the public until Wednesday.
At least eight women have claimed they were sexually assaulted by players or recruits since 1997.