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Research — 96-04 Characteristics of Division I Including Ethnic and Income-Level Groups from the 1994-95 Initial-Eligibility Clearninghouse
This reports shows characteristics of NCAA Division I recruits including ethnic and income-level groups from the 1994-95 Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.
 
Research — 97-04 Characteristics of Division I Including Ethnic and Income-Level Groups from the 1995-96 Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse
This reports shows characteristics of NCAA Division I recruits including ethnic and income-level groups from the 1995-96 Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.
 
Gender-Equity 2004 – 2010 - NCAA Gender-Equity Report
The NCAA Gender-Equity Report provides summary information concerning personnel, revenues, expenses and other comparative variables of men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletics programs at NCAA member institutions for the fiscal years 2004 through 2010. It is the result of an annual NCAA membership data collection conducted during the fall of each of those years. Although similar studies have been conducted for the NCAA since 1991, significant changes in data collection and reporting render those reports non-comparable to those of 2004 and beyond.
 
2011 NCAA Convention Proceedings
Information in this book includes proceedingsand information from the 104th NCAA Annual Convention held in Atlanta,GA.
 
Division III Official Notice, 2012
Division III Official Notice
106th Annual Convention, January 11-14, 2012, Indianapolis, Indiana

to the officers of member conferences and provisional member institutions. This Official Notice contains legislation for consideration at the Division III business session of the 2012 Convention, including amendments-to amendments. It also contains the necessary information concerning the accreditation of delegates, voting procedures and other Convention policies. We encourage each member to review the information related to the activities in which you will be involved before attending the Convention. It is particularly important that each Division III delegate bring a copy of the Official Notice to the Convention. The Official Notice will be the only publication containing all Division III Convention legislation.
 
Division II Official Notice, 2012
Division II Official Notice
106th Annual Convention, January 11-14, 2012, Indianapolis, Indiana

This Official Notice contains legislation for consideration at the Division II business session of the 2012 Convention, including amendments-to-amendments. It also contains the necessary information concerning the accreditation of delegates, voting procedures and other Convention policies. We encourage each member to review the information related to the activities in which you will be involved before attending the Convention. It is particularly important that each Division II delegate bring a copy of the Official Notice to the Convention. The Official Notice will be the only publication containing all Division II Convention legislation.
 
Student-Athlete Participation - 1981-82 — 2010-11 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.
 
NCAA Transfer Guide - 2011-12
 
2011-2012 NCAA Division I Manual
Organized in a format to facilitate efficient use. Each manual contains all NCAA legislation- constitution, operating bylaws and administrative bylaws-applicable to the respective division.
 
2009-2010 Race and Gender Demographics - Member Institutions Report
 
2009-2010 Race and Gender Demographics Report
 
Division I Official Notice, 2011
 
Student-Athlete Ethnicity - 2009-10 NCAA Student Athlete Ethnicity Report
 
1981-82 - 2009-10 NCAA Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report
 
Division III Official Notice
 
Division II Official Notice
 
Gender Equity Online Manual
This manual was written with college and university administrators, general counsel, faculty athletics representatives, Title IX and equal opportunity officers, athletics administrators, staff, and student-athletes in mind. It is not intended to provide the lone standard by which an institution measures its compliance with Title IX or a formalistic blueprint for compliance with the NCAA-adopted principle of gender equity. Quite frankly, there is no single model that can realistically apply across the board. Rather, it is hoped that this manual explains the law in a way that is accessible to those seeking to understand the law, to incorporate gender-equitable policies into existing athletics programs and to evaluate their implementation in a meaningful way.
 
Revenues and Expenses 2004-2009
This report represents the 2010 edition of Revenues and Expenses of NCAA Division I Intercollegiate Athletics Programs.
 
2010 NCAA Convention Proceedings
Information in this book includes proceedings and information from the 104th NCAA Annual Convention held in Atlanta, GA.
 
NCAA Transfer Guide - 2010-11
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