Division III Membership Surveys

Every five years, the Division III Governance staff, in collaboration with NCAA Research, distributes a membership-wide survey. The survey provides Division III institutions and conference offices an opportunity to express their opinions...

Participants of the Task Force to Advance Mental Health Best Practice Strategies

Organization and Member Representatives Nnenna Akotaobi, NCAA Division III Management Council Cindy Aron, National Alliance of Social Workers in Sports Teri Brister, National Alliance for Mental Illness Chris Brownson, Higher Education...

Agenda of the Task Force to Advance Mental Health Best Practice Strategies

Welcome and announcements. (Brian Hainline) Overview of health and safety Association-wide policy. Independent medical care. Task force goals. (Lynne Kaplan) Develop tools and strategies to assist member schools with the implementation of...

Summary of the Task Force to Advance Mental Health Best Practices

Welcome and announcements. NCAA Chief Medical Officer, Brian Hainline, welcomed the attendees and gave an overview of the NCAA Sport Science Institute’s strategic priorities. Facilitator Lynne Kaplan shared the following goals of the task...

Task Force to Advance Mental Health Best Practices Strategies

On Nov. 9 and 10, 2017, the NCAA Sport Science Institute hosted the Task Force to Advance Mental Health Best Practices Strategies at the national office in Indianapolis.

NCAA awards 2019-22 DI outdoor track and field championships

The NCAA has announced the host sites for the Division I Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships for the years 2019-22. The University of Texas at Austin will serve as the host site for the 2019 and 2020 championships while the event returns to the University of Oregon for 2021 and 2022.

Sacramento State failed to monitor tennis program

Sacramento State failed to monitor its men’s and women’s tennis programs, resulting in numerous violations over the course of five years.

Division I Council adopts recruiting legislation

Most prospective student-athletes will follow a recruiting model that resembles the schedule other students follow when choosing where to go to college, the Division I Council decided this week.

DI committee recommits to transfer recommendations

The Division I Committee on Academics reaffirmed recommendations it gave earlier this year to the Division I Council Transfer Working Group, including its support for a rule change that would eliminate the ability of coaches and schools to restrict aid to student-athletes after transferring.

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