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Mental Health Best Practices
 
Barriers Report
 
2015 NCAA Division II Yearbook
 
It's On Us
The Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) developed an "It's On Us" best practices guide for campus SAACs and administrators to utilize when starting the It's On Us movement on the local level.
 
Telling The Campus Story Through Athletics: How To Position Athletics Communications In A Leadership Role
 
Military Matters

Actively engaging our surrounding communities in campus life is a pillar of the Division II athletics experience.


For Division II, community engagement is about building lasting relationships.


Our unique approach flips the paradigm by encouraging Division II athletics programs (and their schools in general) to become members of their communities rather than merely asking their communities to support athletics.


The payoff is that communities willingly support colleges and universities where effective outreach has occurred because they feel greater ownership. That translates to a stronger “town/gown” relationship, and greater community attendance at your athletics events!


The military is a key partner that often gets overlooked when it comes to community engagement. More than half of Division II colleges and universities are located within 50 miles of a military installation or base. Many others have a connection or partnership with the National Guard or other military branches, or have an active ROTC on campus. And almost all Division II schools have students who are either actively serving or in the reserves. It only makes sense to partner with military constituencies as an extension of Division II’s community engagement philosophy. This resource helps schools either start or enhance those efforts is a product of the Division II Military Pilot Project Team, Augusta University, the Peach Belt Conference, and Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia.

 
2015-16 NCAA Division I Abridged Manuals
The abridged NCAA Division I Manuals contain key provisions of Division I legislation that are most likely to be accessed by those involved in a particular sport (e.g., coaches) or in particular institutional administrative positions (i.e., chancellors and presidents, athletics directors and senior woman administrators, and faculty athletics representatives). For more information on the format and organization of the Division I Manual, please refer to the User’s Guide in the full NCAA Division I Manual (available for download at NCAAPublications.com) or the printed version of the NCAA Division I Manual (Operating Manual). Please note that as changes occur to Division I legislation throughout the year, updates are made to the legislation on the Legislative Services Database for the Internet (LSDBi) on the NCAA website (NCAA.org).
 
Mind, Body and Sport - Understanding and Supporting Student-Athlete Mental Wellness
Book, pdf and epub includes: Personal narratives; Experts on student-athlete depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse and gambling; Stressors on student-athlete mental health; Sexual assault, hazing and bullying; Cultural pressures; Roles and responsibilities of sports medicine staff; Coaches’ needs and roles; Models of service, and NCAA resources and policies.
 
2014-15 NCAA Sports Medicine Handbook
Guidelines regarding sports medicine and protection of student-athlete’s health and safety for topics relevant to intercollegiate athletics, applicable to a large population and not accessible in another easily obtainable source.
 
Revenues and Expenses: 2004-2012 — NCAA® DIVISION II INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAMS REPORT
This report provides summary information concerning revenues and expenses of NCAA Division II athletics programs for the fiscal years 2004 through 2012. It is the result of surveys conducted 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.
Objectives. The primary objective of the 2013 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 revenue and expense trends for Division II athletics programs, with two groupings - one for institutions with football and one for those without. A third objective is to provide data relevant to gender issues.
 
Revenues and Expenses: 2004-2012 — 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 2004 through 2012. 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 2013 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.
 
2013-14 NCAA Sports Medicine Handbook
$6.50 members, $13 nonmembers. Guidelines regarding sports medicine and protection of student-athlete’s health and safety for topics relevant to intercollegiate athletics, applicable to a large population and not accessible in another easily obtainable source.
 
Revenues and Expenses: 2004-2012 — NCAA® DIVISION I INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS PROGRAMS REPORT
This report provides summary information concerning revenues and expenses of NCAA Division I athletics programs for the fiscal years 2004 through 2012. It is the result of surveys conducted 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.
 
Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) Handbook
Outlines the responsibilities and obligations of the faculty athletics representative, as ratified by the Faculty Athletics Representatives Association.
 
2012-2013 Sports Medicine Handbook

Guidelines regarding sports medicine and protection of student-athletes health and safety for topics relevant to intercollegiate athletics, applicable to a large population and not accessible in another easily obtainable source. Updated 8/15/2012.

 
2004-2010 Revenues and Expenses
This report represents the 2011 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, Dan Fulks, Ph.D., CPA. This edition includes data for the fiscal years 2004 through 2010.
 
2008-2009 DII Revenues & Expenses Report
 
2008-2009 DIII Revenues & Expenses Report
 
Initial Publication of Proposed Legislation (IPOPL) Submitted by the Division III Membership 105th Annual Convention
This publication presents all proposed amendments to NCAA legislation that were properly
submitted by the Division III membership in accordance with the July 15 deadline in the NCAA legislative calendar. The seven proposals herein are printed in the order in which they would appear, if adopted, in the NCAA Division III Manual. No attempt has been made to place them in topical groupings or in the order in which they eventually might appear in the Convention agenda. The order of the seven proposals may change in the Second Publication of Proposed Legislation (SPOPL) and in the Official Notice. Therefore, the numeral 1 will be placed in front of each proposal number to help identify it in future legislative publications as having originated in the initial (first) publication.
 
Initial Publication of Proposed Legislation (IPOPL) Submitted by the Division II Membership 105th Annual Convention
This publication presents all proposed amendments to NCAA legislation that were properly submitted by the Division II membership in accordance with the July 15 deadline in the NCAA legislative calendar. The five proposals herein are printed in the order in which they would appear, if adopted, in the NCAA Division II Manual. No attempt has been made to place them in topical groupings or in the order in which they eventually might appear in the Convention agenda. The order of the five proposals may change in the Second Publication of Proposed Legislation and in the Official Notice. Therefore, the numeral 1 will be placed in front of each proposal number to help identify it in future legislative publications as having originated in the initial (first) publication.

This publication is produced directly from the Legislative Services Database for the Internet (LSDBi) each time it is downloaded. Therefore, the content of the publication may change each time it is accessed from the NCAA Web page. As modifications or corrections are made to proposals during the sponsor modification period, updates will be made to LSDBi and those changes will be reflected in this document.

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