Sexual assault and interpersonal violence on campus are important issues that impacts the well-being of the student body and the campus community. The NCAA Sport Science Institute is committed to supporting and working with campus professionals, higher education associations and subject matter experts to develop collaborative programming, resources and best practices to support campuses in creating and maintaining a safe campus environment.
The NCAA Sport Science Institute is a leader in providing health and safety resources to college athletes, coaches, athletics administrators and campus partners.
Collecting and analyzing data, and then using those data to make informed decisions, is central to what we do at the Sport Science Institute.
The NCAA Sport Science Institute is committed to serving and educating college athletes, athletics departments and member schools.
The NCAA Sport Science Institute collaborates with prominent medical and sports medicine organizations, leading experts in the field and member schools to host sport- and topic-specific summits and task forces each year.
The NCAA Sport Science Institute, in partnership with the NCAA Office of Inclusion, engaged leading higher education organizations across the country to develop the publication Sexual Violence Prevention: An Athletics Tool Kit for a Healthy and Safe Culture.