Division I Finances

NCAA presidents set revised financial distribution to support college athletes

Division I schools, on average, enroll more students, manage larger athletics budgets, offer a wider array of academic programs and provide more athletics scholarships than schools in Division II and Division III.

To support these schools as they help prepare student-athletes for a lifetime of opportunity, the NCAA offers financial resources. More information related to these resources are below as well as instructions, guides and videos. Conferences and institutions have an obligation to uphold the integrity of data submission and Division I revenue distributions while adhering to the Agreed Upon Procedures (AUP).