The GOALS study is used by NCAA policymakers and member institutions to study the experiences of student-athletes across all sports and NCAA divisions. It also will provide objective and attitudinal data from student-athletes on possible academic and social trade-offs and sacrifices they have made in order to participate in collegiate athletics.
GOALS 2015 study materials
The materials below were distributed via email in February 2015.
- Directions for the Administration of the Survey
- GOALS 2015 Survey Instrument
- NCAA Research Review Board Approval Letter
- Contact Information Sheet
- Institutional Review Board Guide
Respondents provide information on important topics regarding their lives as student-athletes that included:
- Academic engagement and success;
- Athletics experiences;
- Social experiences and integration;
- Career aspirations;
- Physical and mental health and well-being;
- Campus and team climate, and
- Time commitments.
For more information, please contact Michael Miranda at firstname.lastname@example.org
GOALS 2010 results
- DI GOALS Results
- DII GOALS Results
- DIII GOALS Results
- Self-Reported Concussion of Student-Athletes: Executive Summary
- College Athletes With Abusive Coaches More Willing to Cheat