Division II median net athletics expense
Division II athletics expenses

What does it cost an institution to run a Division II athletics program? Turns out whether or not you sponsor the sport of football makes a substantial difference. The new 2013 Division II Revenues and Expenses Report reveals the following...

Graduation rates ­- Does a point matter?

The Division I Graduation Success Rate (GSR) has risen by more than 15 percentage points since 2002. That sounds impressive, but what does it actually mean? Since the average size of recent GSR cohorts is about 24,000 student-athletes, an...

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Subscribe to receive the Research Extra Point in the future Oh, the Places They Will Go... With the top prospect (A’ja Wilson) of the 2014 women’s basketball recruiting class recently choosing to stay close to home to play college ball, we...

Recently Released NCAA Research Reports

[September 2013] 1981-82 -- 2012-13 NCAA Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report [May 2013] 2012 NCAA Wagering Report [May 2013] 2004-12 NCAA Revenues and Expenses of Division I Intercollegiate Athletics Programs Report [October...

NCAA Graduate Student Research Grant Program

Due to the financial impact of COVID-19, the NCAA Graduate Student Research Grant has been suspended for the 2020-21 academic year. The NCAA Graduate Student Research Grant Program provides funding for graduate student research examining...

Compliance Experts Share How to Spot Wagering

As part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness and provide more resources and expertise about behaviors that put student-athletes at risk, the NCAA hosted its ninth annual sports-wagering seminar this past October at the national office in Indianapolis to focus on education and monitoring.

Is Gambling Just as Bad as Doping? You Bet It Is.

Many people’s gut reaction is to be more horrified by doping than by gambling. The high-profile media attention given to doping in sports trumps that given to gambling, though every four-year class since 1991 has experienced a major point shaving scandal in college sports.

Study Author Outlines 2012 Survey Findings

Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky, the director of the International Center for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors at McGill University in Montreal, has co-authored the 2008 and 2012 NCAA studies on student-athlete gambling behaviors. Following is a Q&A with the world-renowned expert on the subject.


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