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Office of Inclusion hosts Global Sports Mentoring Program Mentee

The NCAA will once again host an international emerging leader at its headquarters in Indianapolis and provide development, education and network opportunities as a partner in the Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP).

Inclusion 2014 Agenda

*/ Thursday, May 1, 2014 Session Time Title Description Presenter(s) 10:30 a.m. Registration Opens Swan Conference Center Ballroom Foyer 12:45 p.m. Welcome Office of Inclusion and Committee Update Swan Ballroom 5 & 6 Bernard Franklin,...

2014 NCAA Inclusion Forum

The 2014 InclusionForum is over, for information about the 2015 Inclusion Forum, click here The NCAA Inclusion Forum brings together intercollegiate athletics leaders passionate about improving the educational and professional environment...

Title IX Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Title IX? 2. Who does Title IX apply to? 3. How is Title IX applied to athletics? 4. Does Title IX apply only to athletics? 5. How does an institution comply with Title IX? 6. Does Title IX benefit only girls and women? 7. Who...

Title IX Resource Center

This web site provides resources for anyone interested in learning more about NCAA Equity and Inclusion for women and the federal civil rights law known as Title IX or the Patsy T. Mink Equality Opportunity in Education Act, and its...

Gender Equity Legislation and Case Law

Title IX RESOURCES: FEDERAL REGULATION Title IX Statute, 20 U.S.C. Sec. 1681-1688 . Title IX Federal Regulations, Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 34 CFR Sec. 106.41 (rev. July 1, 1999) . Office for Civil Rights, “ Title IX...

Gender Equity

An athletics program can be considered gender equitable when the participants in both the men's and women's sports programs would accept as fair and equitable the overall program of the other gender. No individual should be discriminated...

Emerging Sports: Sand Volleyball

Sand volleyball is recognized by NCAA Division I and II schools as an emerging sport for women, effective August 2010 for Division II and effective August 2011 for Division I. Information Related To Adding the Sport: Level of Participation...

Emerging Sports: Rugby

Information Related To Adding the Sport • Level of Participation (high school club/college club): 3,225 girls participating in high school club rugby. 11,000 women collegiate club rugby players. 347 total women's collegiate rugby clubs. •...

Emerging Sports for Women

The NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics (CWA) is charged with identifying and managing progress of emerging sports for women. An emerging sport is a women’s sport recognized by the NCAA that is intended to help schools provide more...

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