As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the May and June 2020 NCAA Regional Rules Seminars will be conducted remotely.  NCAA staff is working through logistics related to this decision, including details on an updated schedule of sessions, alternative delivery methods and opportunities to remain engaged with NCAA staff.  All updated information will be shared on the regional rules seminars webpage and LSDBi as soon as possible.

2020 Regional Rules Seminars

The NCAA Regional Rules Seminars are an NCAA legislation, athletics compliance and associated issues educational forum designed to benefit participants with different responsibilities, backgrounds, experiences and levels of expertise. Attendees are athletics administrators, coaches, and other campus administrators in the areas of financial aid, registration and admissions from Divisions I, II and II member schools and conferences.

The seminars are at two sites annually. Educations sessions run from Monday morning through Wednesday evening and include Association-wide programming and sessions for all three divisions.

Sessions are categorized to assist attendees based on their experience, expertise and presentation-style preference. It is not necessary for attendees to attend sessions all three days. Membership division, individual areas of responsibility and attendee seminar learning objectives should be considered when making session selections and travel arrangements.

2020 Regional Rules Seminars Sessions Schedule

Coming soon.

2020 presentation materials will be available approximately two weeks before the seminars.

Know Before You Go

Before you leave for Regional Rules, review important information about transportation options, registration hours of operation, session materials, networking opportunities, on-site services and more. 

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2021 Regional Rules Seminars

  • May 24-26 – Indianapolis
  • June 7-9 – Scottsdale, Arizona

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