DI Council introduces championships resource allocation legislation

The Division I Council introduced several pieces of legislation into the 2020-21 cycle that are intended to ensure resources for Division I championships are allocated appropriately. The Council met by videoconference Tuesday and Wednesday...

A look into the NCAA’s financial contingency plan

Before the COVID-19 public health crisis, no one anticipated March Madness being canceled, but the Association was prepared for such an unlikely possibility.

Division II evaluates impact of decreased revenue

As a result of the cancellation of the remaining winter and spring NCAA championships and subsequent budgetary impacts across the Association, Division II is projected to receive $30 million less than anticipated in 2020 from its annual NCAA revenue allocation.

Division III to experience $7.6 million deficit in 2019-20

Division III will experience a $7.6 million deficit for the 2019-20 fiscal year as a result of the cancellation of the remaining winter and spring championships.

NCAA presidents set revised financial distribution to support college athletes

In response to the cancellation of all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships, the Board of Governors voted unanimously to distribute $225 million in June to Division I members to specifically focus on supporting college athletes.

Toolkit aims to help schools with degree completion requirement

Schools looking for information about the new Division I requirement to provide men’s and women’s basketball players with funding to complete their degrees even after they leave school can find it all in one spot.

DIII committee proposes uses for new revenue

The Division III membership dues increase that will go into effect this year will generate more than $500,000 of additional income for the division — but how will that money be spent?

DIII member dues increase might take effect this year

The Division III dues increase that members adopted at the 2016 NCAA Convention may soon be implemented.

Special financial assistance delivered to Division I members

The NCAA disbursed today a sum of $200 million in additional financial assistance to support programs that benefit Division I student-athletes in their academic success, life skills, career success, health and safety and student-athlete focused diversity and inclusion initiatives.

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