Division I Legislation

The Division I Council will consider making permanent a pilot program that allows the NCAA to pay for family travel expenses to the Men’s and Women’s Final Fours.

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Autonomy Conferences

Student-athletes in the Division I autonomy conferences would be guaranteed access to mental health services if legislation is adopted at the 2019 NCAA Convention in Orlando, Florida, later this month.

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Division II Legislation

Division II delegates will determine the fate of eight Division II legislative proposals next week at the 2019 NCAA Convention in Orlando, Florida. A representative from every Division II school and conference will vote on the proposals at the Division II business session beginning at 8 a.m. Eastern time Jan. 26. The national Division II Student-Athlete Advisory Committee also will cast one joint vote on each proposal.

In addition, Division II delegates will participate in an Association-wide vote at 5:45 p.m. Eastern time Jan. 24 to determine whether five independent members will be added to the NCAA Board of Governors.

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Division III Legislation

Division III members will take part in a vital vote that could reshape the composition of the NCAA Board of Governors — and will weigh in on six proposals (and one amendment) relevant to Division III — at the 2019 NCAA Convention next week in Orlando, Florida.

Division III delegates will join their counterparts in Divisions I and II during a special Association-wide business session at 5:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, in the Orlando World Center Marriott. There, members from all three divisions will decide whether to add five independent members to the NCAA Board of Governors, per a recommendation from the Commission on College Basketball.

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NCAA Association-wide Business Session

5:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 (Orlando World Center Marriott / Grand Ballroom 7-8)

Delegates from all three divisions will gather to vote on a proposal that would add five independent members to the NCAA Board of Governors. The proposal is the result of the Commission on College Basketball’s call for the NCAA to restructure its highest governing body to include at least five independent members with experience, stature and objectivity to assist the NCAA in leading and regulating college sports. National Student-Athlete Advisory Committees from all three divisions have expressed their support for the proposal.

A comprehensive overview of the proposal is available here. And the nomination process for independent members is detailed here.

NCAA Plenary Session: State of College Sports

4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24 (Orlando World Center Marriott / Grand Ballroom 7-8)

NCAA President Mark Emmert will deliver remarks on the state of college sports and present former Michigan faculty athletics representative Percy Bates with the 2019 NCAA President's Pat Summitt Award.

NCAA Association Luncheon

11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 25 (Orlando World Center Marriott / Grand Ballroom 10)

The luncheon will feature a presentation of the NCAA and MOAA Award for Diversity and Inclusion to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and recognition of the 2019 NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award honoree Jackie Joyner-Kersee, a three-time track and field Olympic gold medalist and former UCLA student-athlete.   

Convention Resources

2019 NCAA Convention registration, meeting schedules and venue information.



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