Division I Governance Meetings

Votes on student-athlete time commitments will headline both the Division I Council meeting and the annual business session of the five autonomy conferences. Additionally, the Division I Issues Forum will focus on getting feedback on legislation that will be up for a vote by the Council in April.

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Division II Governance Meetings

Division II delegates will vote on 18 proposals at their business session. This year’s legislative slate features three proposals that could substantially change the way financial aid is calculated for Division II student-athletes. Other topics addressed in the proposed legislation include academic misconduct, independent athletics medical care and the structure of the nonchampionship segment in Division II sports.

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Division III Governance Meetings

Division III members will vote on nine proposals. Delegates will decide whether to implement a policy that ensures independent medical care for student-athletes on their campuses and whether graduate and post-baccalaureate students with remaining eligibility will be able to compete at the school of their choice, among other proposals.

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Opening Business Session and State of the Association

4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19

NCAA President Mark Emmert will deliver his State of the Association remarks during the Opening Business Session. At that time, Emmert also will present Joan Cronan, former University of Tennessee, Knoxville, women’s athletics director, with the inaugural Pat Summitt Award.

The Opening Business Session also will include remarks from the chairs of the presidential governing bodies and the chairs of the Divisions I, II and III Student-Athlete Advisory Committees.

Association Luncheon

11:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 20

Grant Hill, the 2017 NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award honoree, will speak at the Association Luncheon and participate in a question-and-answer session with Emmert.

Bowling Green State University also will receive the Award for Diversity and Inclusion at that time.