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NCAA Committees

The NCAA governance structure is made up of more than 145 committees. In August 1997, restructuring allowed greater autonomy for each division and more control by chancellors and presidents. Under restructuring, athletics administrators play a primary role in the maintenance of college sports, and in most instances in developing legislation that the chancellors and presidents then consider for each division and the Association.

Legislative Actions and Issues


Serving on NCAA Committees

Recent Appointees


Committee Member Information

Committee Appointment Process