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What Guidance Counselors and H.S./Club Coaches Need to Know

What should high school guidance counselors and coaches know about Division III? Division III offers student-athletes unique benefits from participation in intercollegiate athletics: Student-athletes can continue to compete in a highly...

What Prospective Student-Athletes Need to Know

What should prospective student-athletes and their parents know about Division III? Division III offers student-athletes unique benefits from participation in intercollegiate athletics: Student-athletes can continue to compete in a highly...

Resources for the Chancellors and Presidents Engagement Program

Membership overview The NCAA is a nonprofit association committed to the success of more than 460,000 student-athletes on the field, in the classroom and in life. Conferences are groups of schools that conduct competitions among members...

NCAA.org upgrades

The NCAA is making upgrades and security enhancements to the data center that hosts LSDBI, RSRO and other NCAA custom web applications at the end of January. The upgrades will start Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 8 p.m. Eastern time (5 p.m...

Tools to tell the DII story

To accompany the Division II “Make It Yours” brand enhancement, the national office has developed communications tools to help Division II members promote the division to external audiences. A series of four “Benefits of Division II...

40th anniversary celebration

Division II acknowledged its 40th birthday in 2013 by conducting a year-long celebration that included selecting a 40th Anniversary Tribute team of former student-athletes who made a difference in competition during their playing days and...

Life in the Balance

The phrase “Life in the Balance” shows up frequently in Division II materials. It’s not just a mantra, but a way of life for Division II members who believe that a balanced approach is the best for the student-athlete college experience...

Division II partial-scholarship model

Division II relies on a partial-scholarship model to administer athletics-based financial aid. Very few of the 110,000 student-athletes competing in Division II will receive a full athletics grant that covers all of their expenses, but...

Division II academic philosophy

Division II’s academic philosophy calls for a comprehensive program of learning and development in a personal setting. The size of many Division II campuses (about 87 percent of Division II schools have enrollments of fewer than 8,000...

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