At its last meeting before the NCAA Convention convenes in January, the Division III Presidents Council reviewed the division’s graduation rates, including the Academic Success Rate data, and discussed how members can use that information to continue to improve the rates.
The latest episode of The #WhyD3 Show features a multisport student-athlete at DeSales University tending to Haitians in need of medical care along with other stories from Division III institutions about student-athletes making an impact on their campuses and in their communities.
The methodology for calculating the federal rate comes from the Student Right-to-Know Act passed in November 1990. It is limited in who it tracks, but the Department of Education has held onto this methodology to this day. Under this...
It’s been almost 25 years since the NCAA first began collecting and publishing student-athlete graduation rates, and in all but two of them – the first two, actually – the data show student-athlete rates consistently surpass those of their...
Sand volleyball moved a step closer to becoming an NCAA championship Monday when the Division I Legislative Council approved a measure to establish a national collegiate championship in the sport. The additional championship also must be approved by Division II and Division III.
Fourteen years ago, Julio Luevano embarked on a covert journey across the Mexican border to settle in a humble Indiana town. Now, his days are filled with maintenance work, family, soccer and studying for a degree finally within his reach.
The participation rates in NCAA sports continued to rise in the 2013-14 academic year, with the total number of teams competing in NCAA championship sponsored sports reaching an all-time high of 19,086.