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AASP Grants for Schools

As part of the AASP, the NCAA offers grants to eligible schools to assist in creating programming and systems that will further academic success. There are two tiers of grant funding for eligible schools — comprehensive grants (multiyear)...

AASP Career Development Award for Student-Athletes

Student-athletes interested in pursuing a career in athletics who are enrolled at AASP-eligible schools may be awarded a Career Development Award, which includes registration to two NCAA professional development events and covers the cost...

AASP Selection Committee

The AASP Selection Committee is responsible for reviewing applications and selecting recipients for the AASP comprehensive grant, initiatives grant and career development award. Additionally, this committee oversees and conducts both...

Accelerating Academic Success Program Grants

Why apply? A “ripple effect” is often defined as a spreading effect or series of consequential events resulting from an initial action. This continuous and ongoing spread of results can extend into unexpected areas, making the true impacts...

Accelerating Academic Success Program

Providing opportunities for learning is at the heart of the NCAA’s mission, and the Association holds schools accountable for the academic success of student-athletes by tracking academic progress. The NCAA provides support for schools as...

Division II boiler plate for news releases

As a Division II member institution or conference, you should consider adding “boiler plate” language to the end of your news releases to help explain Division II. Here’s what we suggest: “The NCAA, the national governing body for college...

Division III Institutional Performance Program (IPP)

The IPP consolidates data institutions have already submitted into a user-friendly format with reporting and benchmarking functionality. It provides institutions and conference better visibility into the data with the hope it will...

The 16 Principles for Conduct of Intercollegiate Athletics

Legislation enacted by the Association governing the conduct of intercollegiate athletics shall be designed to advance one or more basic principles, including the following, to which the members are committed. In some instances, a delicate...

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a membership-led organization dedicated to protecting and equipping student-athletes for success on the field, in the classroom and for life.

Where Does the Money Go?

The NCAA receives most of its annual revenue from two sources. That money is distributed in more than a dozen ways – almost all of which directly support NCAA schools, conferences and nearly half a million student-athletes.

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