Compliance

2015-16 NCAA Banned Drugs

Download: 2015-16 NCAA Banned Drugs (pdf) It is your responsibility to check with the appropriate or designated athletics staff before using any substance. The NCAA bans the following classes of drugs: Stimulants; Anabolic Agents; Alcohol...

Playing and Practice Seasons (Article 17)

Do you know what a “countable athletically related activity” is? Is there a difference between a scrimmage and an exhibition? Do you understand what “skill instruction” entails? In addition to knowing the number of weeks in a playing...

Financial Aid (Article 15)

NCAA members – regardless of division – typically say Bylaw 15 is the most challenging to navigate. It’s one reason that the Division II Legislation Committee is undertaking a comprehensive review of the bylaw with an eye toward making it...

Eligibility: Academic and General Requirements (Article 14)

Division II’s initial-eligibility requirements are based on research that shows students who meet the minimum standard are prepared to handle college-level coursework when they arrive as freshmen. From there, goals are set for each...

Recruiting (Article 13)

Recruiting is not only the lifeblood of any athletics department, but also a benefit to the entire campus, since student-athletes comprise 20 percent or more of the student body at many Division II colleges and universities. Recruiting is...

NCAA Membership (Article 3)

Article 3 in the NCAA Constitution defines expectations of active and prospective Division II member institutions and conferences. For current Division II members, the resources on this page will help you become familiar with the...

Division II Online Education Resource Center

The following collection of resources will help Division II athletics staff and coaches understand how to do their day-to-day jobs more effectively and efficiently. While Division II has worked diligently to ease the burden on member...

Division II Initial eligibility

Relationships between Academic Requirements, Financial Aid and Eligibility (Bylaw 14.3) for High School Graduates First Entering during the 2018-19 Academic Year (Effective August 1, 2018). Click the image for a larger view. Succeeding in...

Division II Two-year college transfers

Research has shown that college grade-point average is the strongest predictor of future academic success of transfer student-athletes. In addition, data show that the more physical-education activity credits a student-athlete earns at a...

Division II Progress Toward Degree

The division’s progress-toward-degree requirements are designed to guide student-athletes through their academic journey to graduation. The standards, which take effect Aug. 1, 2016 , ensure student-athletes take the appropriate steps...

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