Student-athlete well-being is a foundational component of the NCAA mission and has been a priority for the NCAA for more than 100 years.
As the Association’s national center of excellence, the NCAA Sport Science Institute works closely with the Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports and is committed to serving and educating student-athletes and our membership. The SSI aims to provide college athletes with the best environment for safety, excellence and wellness through research, education, best practices, and collaboration with member schools, national governing bodies, key medical and youth sport organizations, and the public and private sectors.
The NCAA Sport Science Institute Health Education Center serves as a national resource for the promotion of health and safety of college athletes.
Important and timely documents developed by SSI in partnership with leading medical sports medicine organizations, experts and member schools.