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Regional Compliance Seminar

Regional Compliance Seminars (RCS) offer a new look and feel to in-person rules education.  These seminars will integrate various learning styles that promote a positive learning environment.  Information will be facilitated through learning segments designed to engage seminar participants and will emphasize practical, hands-on learning.

2017-18 seminar topics

Participants will engage their colleagues in discussions on the following topics:

  • Eligibility;
  • Newly Adopted Legislation;
  • Financial Aid and National Letter of Intent;
  • Tryouts;
  • Outside Competition; and
  • Social Media.

Additionally, participants will engage with NCAA staff to learn about: 

  • Current and upcoming initiatives including an update on the coaches' online education program developed by NCAA Division II staff through the Division II Foundation for the Future grant; and
  • The process NCAA staff uses when analyzing interpretative requests.

Upcoming seminars

Midwest RCS
February 12-13, 2018
Indianapolis, IN
East RCS
March 19-20, 2018
Trumbull, CT
West RCS
May 17-18, 2018
Seattle, WA

Attention Attendees: The NCAA Division II staff strongly encourages all participants to bring something to write with, along with something to take additional notes on during the seminar.

  • 2018 RCS Online Evaluation (coming soon)

Interested in learning more about Division II Regional Compliance Seminars?

Please contact Angela Tressel, assistant director of academic and membership affairs, at atressel@ncaa.org.

Previous seminars

The 2016-17 Regional Compliance and Regional Rules Seminars took place across eight separate regions from October through June 2017.

Seminar presentations were facilitated through learning modules covering the following informational topics:

  • Crowdfunding;
  • Awards and Benefits;
  • Progress-Toward-Degree;
  • Four-Year College Transfers;
  • Investigations and Violation Reporting;
  • Financial Aid;
  • Convention Legislation;
  • New LSDBi; and
  • Topics as determined by the region.