NCAA Reminds Fans To Buy Tickets From Authorized Sources

The NCAA reminds fans who plan to attend the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships games to purchase tickets from authorized sources to reduce chances of fraudulent activities.

NCAA Statement on Improving Student-Athlete Experience

Last week the United States District Court in Northern California reaffirmed the value of the college system of athletics and the NCAA’s approach of tethering benefits to education. Rep. Walker has made clear in his comments that – like...

Division II Legislation Committee recommends transfer proposal

The Division II Legislation Committee this week recommended the division sponsor legislation at the 2020 NCAA Convention to adopt the “notification of transfer” model that was established last year in Division I.

NCAA Statement on the passing of Birch Bayh

"We extend our condolences to the Bayh family. Credited as the father of Title IX, former U.S. senator and NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award recipient Birch Bayh was one of the most significant trailblazers for gender equity in higher...

Former Student-Athlete Degree Achievement Fund

The Board established a fund for limited resource institutions to fund degree completion. Schools defined as Limited Resource Institutions (LRI) within the past five years are eligible for funding. For schools eligible for the Former...

Former Student-Athlete Degree Achievement Toolkit

Effective, August 1, 2019, all Division I schools are required to provide tuition, fees, books for returning men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes who meet specified criteria. For those schools defined as Limited Resource...

NCAA statement on college admissions investigation

"The charges brought forth today are troubling and should be a concern for all of higher education. We are looking into these allegations to determine the extent to which NCAA rules may have been violated."

Engagement Ideas

Encourage wide participation by asking your friends, fellow teammates, members of campus student groups and classmates to join the campaign. Highlight the administrators, faculty, programs and great things that make your campus or...

Days of the Campaign

On April 17 and 18, we ask that you and your fellow student-athletes post to any and all of your social media accounts. Posts can range from a photo of you and your teammates to you making a statement about how we all need to work together...

Planning the Campaign

The two-day social media campaign will take place April 17-18. Each student-athlete planning to partake in this campaign should prepare by doing the following before April 17: Reach out to your athletics department’s director of...

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