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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.

2017-18 Participant Survey
 

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.

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.