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2018 Division II Official Notice
Division II Legislative Proposals for 2018 NCAA Convention, January 17-20, 2018.
 
2018 Division III Official Notice
Division III Legislative Proposals for 2018 NCAA Convention, January 17-20, 2018.
 
2017-18 Guide For Two-Year Transfers
The purpose of this guide is to help you, your family, athletics administrators and others understand NCAA transfer rules.
 
2017-18 Guide For Four-Year Transfers
The purpose of this guide is to help you, your family, athletics administrators and others understand NCAA transfer rules.
 
2017-2018 NCAA Division I Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2017
 
2017-2018 NCAA Division II Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2017
This publication incorporates the final legislative actions of the 111th annual NCAA Convention, January 18-21, 2017.
 
2017-2018 NCAA Division III Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2017
This publication incorporates the final legislative actions of the 111th annual NCAA Convention, January 18-21, 2017.
 
2017-18 NCAA Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete (Sold as a Package of 25)
This Guide has been designed to help you, your family and your high school administrators understand the NCAA initial-eligibility process and to prepare you for transitioning from high school to becoming an NCAA Division I or II student-athlete. With more than 1,000 colleges and universities across three divisions, NCAA schools offer a variety of academic and athletics programs to meet your needs. From the smallest college towns to the largest metropolitan cities, NCAA member schools provide the opportunity for education and growth in dynamic learning environments. With so many choices available, it is never too early to start doing your homework. Work closely with your high school counselors, talk to college admissions officers, listen to your parents and mentors, and then choose wisely.

The NCAA Eligibility Center encourages you, the student, to take an active role in this process. Take time to complete the registration yourself or jointly with your parents. As a future student-athlete, it is important that you become personally involved. The NCAA Eligibility Center is here to help you. Visit www.eligibilitycenter.org or contact the customer service staff at 877/262-1492 for assistance.
 
2017-18 NCAA Initial Eligibility Brochure (Road Map To Initial Eligibility)
Checklist for College-Bound Student-Athletes - If you wish to participate in NCAA Division I or II athletics, you need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. You need to qualify academically and you will also need to be cleared as an amateur student-athlete. You are responsible for achieving and protecting your eligibility status! (price is per pack of 100)
 
45 Years of Title IX
This year, Title IX, a federal law signed by President Richard Nixon on June 23, 1972, celebrates its 45th anniversary. An amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX consists of 37 words that mandated change in American education by making discrimination based on sex illegal, thereby expanding access and opportunities for the underrepresented sex, which historically has been women.

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
 
Revenues and Expenses: 2011-2015 — NCAA® DIVISION III INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAMS REPORT
This report provides summary information concerning revenues and expenses of NCAA Division III athletics programs for the fiscal years 2011 through 2015. It is the result of data collected in the fall of each of those years. Although similar studies have been conducted for the NCAA since 1969, significant changes in data collection and reporting render previous reports non-comparable to those of 2004 and beyond.
Objectives. The primary objective of the 2015 edition of the report is to update the information provided in previous reports concerning financial aspects of intercollegiate athletics programs. A second objective is to provide an analysis of expense trends of NCAA Division III athletics programs and its two defined subgroups – schools with football and those without. A third objective is to provide data relevant to gender issues.
 
2015-16 NCAA Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report
The NCAA compiled the following statistical information regarding participation in intercollegiate athletics at its member institutions. This information provides a general view of historical trends in participation and sponsorship by gender, sport and division. Much of this information has been collected in detail since the 1981-82 academic year; however, the added teams, dropped teams and net change data are only available since 1988-89. Statistics from the 1956-57 through the 1981-82 academic years are included, but are only available at five-year intervals and include recreation programs. Therefore, they are not directly comparable to the statistics for the years that followed.
 
Division I Revenues and Expenses - 2004 – 2015
This report represents the 2016 edition of Revenues and Expenses of NCAA Division I Intercollegiate Athletics Programs. Although editions prior to 1989 were conducted, independently of the NCAA by Professor Mitch Raiborn of Bradley University, editions subsequent to that date have been joint efforts of the NCAA research staff and me. This edition includes data for the fiscal years 2004 through 2015.
 
Division II Revenues and Expenses - 2004 – 2015
This report provides summary information concerning revenues and expenses of NCAA Division II athletics programs for the fiscal years 2004 through 2015. It is the result of data collected during the fall of each of those years. Although similar studies have been conducted for the NCAA since 1969, significant changes in data collection and reporting render those reports non-comparable to those of 2004 and beyond.
 
2016-17 Guide For Four-Year Transfers
The purpose of this guide is to help you, your family, athletics administrators and others understand NCAA transfer rules.
 
2016-17 Guide For Two-Year Transfers
The purpose of this guide is to help you, your family, athletics administrators and others understand NCAA transfer rules.
 
2016-2017 NCAA Division I Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2016
 
2016-2017 NCAA Division II Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2016
 
2016-2017 NCAA Division III Manual - AUGUST VERSION - Available August 2016
 
2015-2016 NCAA Division I Manual - APRIL VERSION
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