NCAA Division III

This update is a tool to enhance communication between the NCAA national office and the Division III membership, with distribution to athletics directors, senior woman administrators, faculty athletics representatives, presidents, the national Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, conference commissioners and the National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators electronic mailing list.  We encourage athletics directors to share this communication with their department members.  Please contact Louise McCleary to include an item or share comments, and remember to check out the Division III governance homepage for the latest news.


ACTION REQUEST:  2018 Division III Membership Survey

The NCAA research staff recently sent a memo to every Division III institution and conference office announcing the launch of the 2018 NCAA Division III Membership Survey.  The survey provides Division III institutions and conference offices an opportunity to express their opinions concerning the current and future policies and priorities of the division.  The responses will help the Presidents Council, Management Council, and the other governance committees assess membership satisfaction with existing Division III principles, legislative standards, programs and services.  Responses also will assist the governance structure as it considers current and future budget decisions.  Each institution and conference office will submit a single response.  The deadline to submit is Wednesday, March 21.

Sexual Violence Policy

In August 2017, the NCAA Board of Governors adopted an  Association-wide policy, recommended by the NCAA Commission To Combat Campus Sexual Violence, to reinforce previous Association efforts in addressing campus sexual violence. The deadline for attesting to this policy is May 15.  The attestation form is available for download in NCAA Program Hub.


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The policy requires the following three leaders on each NCAA campus - school president or chancellor, athletics director and Title IX coordinator - to declare annually:

  • The athletics department is fully knowledgeable about, integrated in, and compliant with institutional policies and processes regarding sexual violence prevention and proper adjudication and resolution of acts of sexual violence;

  • The institutional policies and processes regarding sexual violence prevention and adjudication, and the name and contact information for the campus Title IX coordinator, are readily available within the athletics department, and are provided to student-athletes; and

  • All student-athletes, coaches and staff have been educated on sexual violence prevention, intervention and response, to the extent allowable by state law and collective bargaining agreements.

The names of colleges and universities that attest to their compliance will be included in a report delivered annually to the Board of Governors and subsequently published on   Please direct any questions about the policy or attestation form process to

Time Demands Resource

The Division III governance staff, in coordination with the national Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, recently produced a resource that details the time management demands on Division III student-athletes.  Time management is a key component of any college student's success.  From classes to competition, and everything in between, the student-athlete's schedule is busy.  This resource, located on the Division III homepage and the Eligibility Center's Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete, will assist prospective student-athletes and their parents/guardians in knowing what comprises the Division III student-athlete experience.

Division III Week - April 2-8

The seventh annual celebration of Division III Week, scheduled for April 2-8, is a great opportunity to call attention to the unique student-athlete experience enjoyed at our member schools.  Division III members are asked to highlight the activities and achievements of current student-athletes through scheduling an academic, athletics, co-curricular or extracurricular/community service activity.  The Division III Week Communications Kit serves as a planning guide, and further information about Division III Week is available online. Please let us know, in advance, all planned Division III Week activities, either by submitting information via the online form, or sending it to  Providing this information in advance will assist the NCAA national office's promotion of the full array of planned activities.  If you have questions, please contact Adam Skaggs.

2018 NCAA Inclusion Forum

Registration for the 2018 NCAA Inclusion Forum is now open. This year's forum will be April 14-16 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis.  The seventh annual forum will bring together higher education administrators, intercollegiate athletics leaders, faculty and student-athletes passionate about improving the educational and professional environment for student-athletes, coaches and staff.  It also will offer useful knowledge, engaging dialogue, and practical takeaways to empower participants' efforts on equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives on their campuses. Sessions will focus on core identities such as race/ethnicity, women/gender equity, LGTBQ, disability sport, and international students. 

NCAA Division III Webinars

The next Division III webinar will be from 1:30 to 2 p.m. Eastern time, Tuesday, March 6.  Participants must RSVP by emailing Debbie Brown not later than 5 p.m. Eastern time Friday, March 2.  The topic will be an overview of the NCAA's Institutional Performance Program (IPP).  

Future webinars will be conducted on the following dates from 1:30 to 2 p.m. Eastern time:

  • April 3 - AMA updates.
  • May 1 - Updates from the Division III Management and Presidents Councils.
  • June 5 - To be determined.
Each webinar will be limited to the first 250 participants. Additional webinars and/or recordings, will be provided if necessary. 

Gameday the DIII Way

The Division III Sportsmanship and Game Environment Working Group recently partnered with the Disney Institute to build a program - Gameday the DIII Way.  It is an innovative and unique approach designed to achieve better fan decorum and enhance the overall environment at Division III athletics events.  Through the program, institutions will be assisted in providing exceptional levels of guest service and event expectations that are consistent throughout the Division III membership.  Visit the Division III Sportsmanship page for more information on how you can be a part of the "DIIIference."  


New FAR Orientation

Division III is introducing a new professional development event for faculty athletics representatives (FARs) in 2018.  Rather than host the FAR Fellows Leadership Institute in October, Division III is planning to offer an in-depth orientation for new FARs, hosted in conjunction with the Nov. 1-3 Faculty Athletics Representatives Association (FARA) annual meeting in Baltimore.  The Leadership Institute will return in October 2019.

Staff members are finalizing the program details, but the 2018 event will be a fully funded opportunity for 25 new FARs to become familiar with the Division III model of athletics and related national issues.  Participants will create an action plan based on the content addressed at the FARA Annual meeting and will have ample opportunity to build a network of new and experienced FARs.  Applications will open in Program Hub on May 1.  More details will be shared as they become available.  Contact Leah Kareti with any questions.


CoSIDA Student Program

Division III will support eight women and/or ethnic minority students to attend the annual College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Convention, including Division III Day, June 27-29, 2018, through the Division III CoSIDA Student Program.  The nomination/application process is available on Program Hub, titled "2018 NCAA Division III CoSIDA Student Program," until 5 p.m. Eastern time, Friday, March 16. 

Program participants who meet the following criteria will be given preference: 

  • Female and/or ethnic minority students, 
  • Current junior class academic standing; 
  • Work experience in a campus or conference athletics communication/sports information office; and

Strong interest in a career in Division III athletics communication (sports information).

At the 2018 CoSIDA Convention (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD), the selected students will participate in Division III Day, be exposed to the CoSIDA Convention, its members and the athletics communication profession. Grant recipients will attend welcome and debriefing meetings and be assigned a mentor.  The goal is to build the pipeline in an effort to diversify the Division III athletics communication landscape.  

Division III and D3SIDA Recognition Award

Congratulations Stephanie Dutton, North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Assistant Commissioner, on receiving the 2018 Winter Division III and D3SIDA Recognition Award!  The selection committee of D3SIDA members chose Dutton's sportsmanship video titled: "NEAC "Gameday the DIII Way" Sportsmanship Video. "   The video was exceptionally well done, and Division III and D3SIDA applaud your work and efforts.  Award winners receive a $1,500 credit to attend Division III Day held in conjunction with the annual 2018 CoSIDA convention. The final submission period for 2017-18 is currently open and closes May 1.  For more details on the recognition award, click here

The Division III and D3SIDA recognition award is a partnership between the Division III governance staff and the Division III College Sports Information Directors of America (D3SIDA) to recognize the best work by athletics communication directors portraying the Division III identity and student-athlete experience.  The recognition program is part of the Division III Identity Initiative.  It seeks to honor the best work - including news releases, feature articles, videos, blogs and other materials - produced by Division III campus and conference athletics communication offices.  

2018 CoSIDA Convention Registration

On-line registration for the 2018 CoSIDA Convention, taking place June 27-30 in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with NACDA and Affiliates Convention Week, is now open.  A day featuring Division III specific programming will occur Thursday, June 28.  Similar to past years, additional dollars were added to the Division III Conference Grant specifically for campus Athletics Communication Directors and Sports Information Directors to receive funding for this professional development opportunity.  Ask your conference commissioner for details.  Early bird registration ends March 24.


Monthly Prevention Tip

Spring break time!  Certainly, not everyone goes on a road trip (in fact, the most common destination for spring break is going home), but for those who do, this week can be the single heaviest drinking week of the academic year. What spring break tips can you pass on to students?  What are protective behavioral strategies students can use to reduce harms?  Rewatch the webinar with national expert Matt Martens (whose Protective Behavioral Strategies survey is the "gold standard") from March 19, 2017, and consider strategies to reduce harm that could make a difference during this high-risk time of year.

NASPA Annual Conference

Book a one on one appointment or come to the 360 Proof user session at the NASPA Convention! Email for details.

360 Proof Webinar Schedule

360 Proof offers a monthly webinar series to bring current prevention research to a Division III and NASPA Small College and University audience.  Remaining sessions for 2017-18 include:

  • NEW DATE: 1 p.m. Eastern time, March 14: "Parent-Based Intervention", Rob Turrisi, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

  • 1 p.m. Eastern time, April 11:  "Getting Wasted: Why College Students Drink Too Much & Party So Hard", Tom Vander Ven, Ph.D., Ohio University.

All 360 Proof account holders will receive an invitation to attend these webinar sessions.  Please contact Leah Kareti with any questions about 360 Proof.


The Sport Science Institute (SSI) recently sent an invitation to the membership to attend the Second Annual NCAA-U.S. Department of Defense Grand Alliance Concussion Conference: A New Era of Scientific Collaboration. This day-long event will be Friday, April 20, in West Point, New York. The conference is offered at no cost for individuals from NCAA member schools. Registration and the conference agenda can be found online.

The 2018 Division I Concussion Safety Protocol Review Process will begin soon. Any Division III school that sponsors a Division I sport is eligible to participate if it chooses. More information can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions Document


Illinois College is the recipient of the February Division III Diversity Spotlight Initiative. Each month, the female student-athletes on campus are invited to participate in a program titled, "Women Talk Wednesdays."  The athletics department created this initiative to give student-athletes an opportunity to grow as leaders by hearing from and talking with strong female leaders from across the campus and in the community.  Topics include having difficult conversations, expanding perspectives, building and maintaining healthy relationships, negotiating during job searches, intercultural communication, and Title IX and gender equity.  The program has grown during the past two years and over 100 female student-athletes and coaches regularly attend.

The Diversity Spotlight Initiative recognizes and promotes outstanding diversity related projects, programming and initiatives that are occurring on Division III campuses and in conference offices.  All selected recipients receive $500 toward their next diversity initiative.  To submit an initiative for consideration for March, email Louise McCleary , with a brief statement (no more than 500 words) as to why your institution or conference office deserves to be the spotlight recipient. Attach a video or photo if applicable. The nomination deadline is March 21


Spotlight Poll

The NCAA Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll is a story-telling initiative located on .  It features new stories each month that highlight a Division III and Special Olympics joint activity or event.  The story with the highest number of votes on the 25th day of each month is the winner. That institution or conference receives $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event. Both written and digital submissions are accepted.  Featured stories are selected based on inclusion of the student-athlete perspective and Division III messaging. To submit a story for consideration, please email

February Winner

After 3,527 total votes, University of Mary Washington Athletics Welcomes Special Olympics Virginia Athletes to Basketball Doubleheader won the February Special Olympics Spotlight Poll by gathering 49 percent (1,755) of the total votes. Mary Washington will receive $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event. To submit a story for consideration, email

March Nominees
Here are the stories for the March Special Olympics poll:

Click here to vote starting Thursday, March 1. The winner will be selected March 25, 2018.


Rule of the Month

Sports Wagering. With increased media attention around fantasy leagues, as well as the upcoming NCAA March Madness, remember that sports wagering is not allowed under NCAA Bylaw 10.3. The Association and its member schools and conferences oppose all forms of legal and illegal sports wagering due to its threat to the well-being of college student-athletes and the integrity of college sports.  Student-athletes, coaches, conference staff members, athletics administrators, and nonathletics staff members who have responsibilities within or over athletics departments may not participate in sports wagering or provide information to anyone gambling on sports. NCAA members have defined sports wagering as putting something at risk - such as an entry fee - with the opportunity to win something in return.

Student-athletes risk their eligibility if they participate in a sports bet of any kind by putting something at risk (i.e., money, entry fee or tangible item) for the opportunity to win something.  This would include participation in fantasy leagues; online sports betting; March Madness brackets; Super Bowl pools; and sports parlay cards.  The staff would like to stress the importance of educating individuals on this prohibition.  In this regard, the enforcement staff has created a Sports Wagering Resource page and Don't Bet On It poster geared towards student-athletes for institutions to display in athletics facilities and on campus.

Recent Interpretations

Official Interpretation: Providing a Digital Photograph to a Prospective Student-Athlete (III) .  Date Issued: Feb. 9, 2018.  Date Published: Feb. 23, 2018.  The Interpretation and Legislation Committee confirmed that it is permissible for an institution to provide a prospective student-athlete with an unaltered digital photograph taken during a campus visit. Digital photographs provided in this manner would not constitute an impermissible offer or inducement.  [References: NCAA Division III Bylaws 13.2.1 (general regulation), 13.6 (official visit), 13.7 (unofficial visit), 13.10.6 (photograph of prospective student-athlete), and a staff interpretation (12/8/2017, Item No. a), which has been archived]

Official Interpretation: Student-Athlete Participating in Spring Nontraditional Segment During Final Year of Eligibility (III) . Date Issued: Feb. 9, 2018.  Date Published: Feb. 23, 2018.  The Interpretations and Legislation Committee confirmed that a student-athlete who participated in their fourth season of participation in the fall term, may practice and compete during the spring nontraditional segment in the same academic year, provided the student-athlete is otherwise eligible (e.g., meeting satisfactory-progress requirements, is in good academic standing, enrolled full time and has semesters/quarters remaining).  [References:  NCAA Division III Bylaws 14.2 (seasons of competition: 10-semester/15-quarter rule), 14.2.2 (10-semester/15-quarter rule), (minimum amount of participation) and a staff interpretation (11/10/2017, Item No. a), which has been archived]

Official Interpretation: Admission to an Away-From-Home Contest on an Official Visit (III) .  Date Issued: Feb. 9, 2018.  Date Published: Feb. 23, 2018.  The Interpretations and Legislation Committee confirmed that it is permissible for an institution to use the entertainment allowance to purchase admission on an official visit to attend an institution's away-from-home contest within 30 miles from the campus for a prospective student-athlete, prospective student-athlete's parents, guardian(s), spouse or individual of comparable relationship.  [References: NCAA Division III Bylaws 13.2.1 (general regulation), (general restrictions), (complimentary admissions), (student host), and a staff interpretation (11/10/2017, Item No. b), which has been archived]

Official Interpretation: Access to Noninstitutional Facilities Outside of the Declared Playing and Practice Season (III) .  Date Issued: Feb. 9, 2018.  Date Published: Feb. 23, 2018.  The Interpretations and Legislation Committee determined that during the academic year, a member institution may provide student-athletes access to sport specific noninstitutional facilities outside of the declared playing and practice season as a benefit incidental to their participation in intercollegiate athletics.  [References: NCAA Division III Bylaws 16.8 (Expenses Provided by the Institution for Practice and Competition), 17.1.5 (out-of-season athletically related activities), and a staff interpretation (8/9/2017, Item No. a), which has been archived.]

Staff Interpretation: Student-Athlete Providing Opinions on a Commercial Product or Service (III) .  Date Issued: Feb. 23, 2018.  Date Published: Feb. 23, 2018.  The academic and membership affairs staff confirmed that a student-athlete may provide his or her opinion about a commercial product or service, provided no individual associated in any manner with the commercial product or service is involved in directing the student-athlete to issue the opinion, and the student-athlete does not receive any benefits from any source in conjunction with his or her opinion. [References: Division III Bylaws 12.5 (Promotional Activities), (Institutional, Charitable, Educational or Nonprofit Promotions), and (Commercial Advertisement).] 

SAR Update

There may be instances where student-athlete reinstatement cases are connected with NCAA enforcement-related matters. In such cases, the reinstatement staff reserves the right, when appropriate, to work with the enforcement staff, which may include the sharing of information. If the enforcement staff determines that the reinstatement request appears incomplete, the reinstatement staff and enforcement staff may follow up with the institution regarding specific concerns related to the facts. If the institution agrees that the reinstatement request needs to be developed, the enforcement and/or reinstatement staffs will assist with the development of the issues. However, if the institution determines that the reinstatement request is complete, then the reinstatement staff will make a decision based on the institution's report. If the reinstatement staff's concerns are later substantiated, then the institution could be subject to the enforcement process and the reinstatement decision could be voided.

Regional Rules Seminars

Constitution requires all Division III institutions to attend a Regional Rules Seminar at least once in every three years. Click here to see which schools are required to attend in 2018.  Registration for the 2018 NCAA Regional Rules Seminars opens March 5, and seminars will be conducted June 4-6 in Atlanta and June 25-27 in San Antonio.  The Regional Rules Seminar registration link, daily schedule, grid and session descriptions will be available on the Regional Rules Seminar web page.

Institutional Self-Study Guide (ISSG) Reminder

Constitution 6.3.1 requires all Division III institutions to conduct a comprehensive self-study and evaluation of their athletics programs at least once every five years.  Click here to see which schools are required to complete this year's ISSG and supporting documentation by June 1, 2018.  The full Institutional Self-Study Guide (ISSG) and requirements for supporting documentation are now available for completion.  Click here for the user manual.  This information must be entered into the electronic ISSG by all institutions; fax, hard copy or email submissions of the ISSG will not be accepted. The ISSG can be accessed via the My Apps link on (if access has been granted by the institution's single-source sign-on administrator).  Institutions that need technical assistance are asked to send questions via email to Joni Williamson.


NCAA Research Grant Proposals

The NCAA Research Committee invites research grant proposals within the general topic areas of student-athlete psychosocial well-being and college athletics participation. Research grants are available for current graduate students currently enrolled at NCAA member institutions and are intended to support the student during the 2018-19 academic year while conducting research to be used for a doctoral dissertation, master's thesis or external publication. Awards for these one-time research grants are set at a maximum of $7,500. For more information, visit the grant program website to download the current call for proposals, review FAQs, read the abstracts from previously funded projects, review sample budgets and see examples of funded proposals.  The application deadline is May 1.  

Leadership Development Updates

There are several Leadership Development opportunities for Division III members.  All applications are due March 23 and can be found on the NCAA Program Hub.

Career in Sports Forum: The program is open to junior and senior student-athletes interested in a career in sports.  The program is scheduled May 31 to June 3 at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis.

Pathway Program: Senior-level administrators looking to become directors of athletics are encouraged to apply.  This year-long program, beginning June 3-8 in Indianapolis, is an intensive, experiential learning opportunity for selected participants.

The Dr. Charles Whitcomb Leadership Institute: Ethnic minority administrators are encouraged to apply.  The Institute provides professional development programming over the course of a calendar year, which includes two, one-week programs at the beginning and conclusion of that year.  The first program is June 14-22 in Phoenix. 

Effective Facilitation Workshop:  Administrators and head coaches are encouraged to apply.  The workshop provides training to enhance facilitation knowledge and ability, as well as develop the confidence and competence to lead large- and small-group discussions and implement activities for today's college athletes.  The next workshop is June 21-24 in Washington, D.C. 

Woman of the Year

The 2018 Woman of the Year application period will open Thursday, March 15 via the NCAA Program Hub. The school nomination period closes at 5 p.m. Eastern time Mon., June 11. Click here to learn more about the Woman of the Year Award, and click here to learn more about the nomination and award process. The NCAA Woman of the Year program honors the academic achievements, athletics excellence, community service and leadership of graduating female student-athletes from all three divisions. To be eligible, a nominee must have competed and earned a varsity letter in an NCAA-sponsored sport, must have completed eligibility in her primary sport, and must have earned her undergraduate degree by summer 2018.  The Top 30 Woman of the Year honorees will be recognized, and the 2018 Woman of the Year announced, at an awards dinner at the Westin Indianapolis Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018.


Men's Basketball Rules Update

Over the next 16 months, the NCAA Men's Basketball Rules Committee and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Oversight Committee will continue studying the following three potential major rules changes. A decision is expected to be made at the May 2019 men's basketball rules committee meeting. 

  • Width of the lane. Widen the lane from 12 to 16 feet, which is the current width of the lane used in the NBA and in international basketball.

  • Distance of the three-point line . Move the 3-point line back by approximately 1 foot 8 inches (from 20 feet 6 inches to 22 feet 1¾ inches), which is the distance of the three-point line used in international basketball.  

  • Four Quarters. Change from two 20-minute halves to four 10-minute quarters, which is currently use by NCAA women's basketball and international basketball.

The first two are being considered to reduce physicality in the post area while also creating more freedom of movement for the offense. The four-quarter format is being considered to possibly improve the overall flow of the game. All three potential rules changes will be used as experimental rules in the 2018 National Invitation Tournament (NIT).  If approved, a one-year delayed effective date for Divisions II and III would be included as part of the recommendation. Direct questions to Dan Calandro.

2018 and 2019 Women's Volleyball Rules Changes

Click here for the latest women's volleyball rule changes and the 2018 Women's Volleyball Rules Committee annual meeting report.


For the latest hires, promotions, retirements and to find out who is going where in college athletics check out the NCAA Record which includes regularly updated transactions.  To inform the NCAA of any new hires, retirements, promotions and death notices, please email


Several committees conducted in-person meetings in February. 

Championships Committee, February 6-7
Membership Committee, February 7-8
Interpretations and Legislation Committee, February 8-9
Financial Aid Committee, February 12-13


Dates Meeting/Championships Location 
Mar. 5Women's Ice Hockey Selection Show at 10 a.m. (EST)
Mar. 5 Men's Ice Hockey Selection Show at 10:30 a.m. (EST)
Mar. 5-6Administrative Committee Meeting Adrian, MI
Mar. 9-10 Wrestling Championship Cleveland, OH
Mar. 9-10 Men and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship Birmingham, AL
Mar. 16-17Women's Basketball ChampionshipRochester, MN
Mar. 16-17 Men's Basketball Championship Salem, VA
Mar. 16-17 Women's Ice Hockey Championship TBD
Mar. 21-24Men and Women's Swim and Dive ChampionshipIndianapolis, IN
Mar. 23-24Men's Ice Hockey ChampionshipLake Placid, NY
Mar. 26-28Football Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Mar. 27Strategic Planning and Finance Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 9-10Management Council Meeting    Indianapolis, IN
Apr. 10-11Wrestling Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 12-13 Committee on Women's Athletics MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 12-13Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 14-16NCAA Inclusion ForumIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 15-16Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Apr. 16-18Women's Basketball Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 17-19 Swimming and Diving Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Apr. 24-25Presidents Council MeetingIndianapolis, IN 
Apr. 27-28Men's Volleyball ChampionshipKenosha, WI
Apr. 28-30Walter Byers Scholarship Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN
May 8-11Women's Golf ChampionshipHowey-in-the-Hills, FL
May 15-16 Committee on Student-Athlete Reinstatement MeetingIndianapolis, IN
May 15-16Men's Golf ChampionshipGreensboro, NC
May 21-26Men and Women's Tennis ChampionshipClaremont, CA
May 24-26Men and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship LaCrosse, WI
May 24-29Softball ChampionshipOklahoma City, OK
May 25-26Rowing ChampionshipSarasota, FL
May 25-29Baseball ChampionshipAppleton, WI
May 26-27Women's Lacrosse ChampionshipSalem. VA
May 27Men's Lacrosse ChampionshipFoxborough, MA

This email was sent to all Division III presidents and chancellors that serve on Division III committees; Division III directors of athletics, athletics direct reports, faculty athletics directors, senior woman administrators,   senior compliance directors, sports information directors, conference commissioners, conference assistants, Division III National SAAC and Selected NCAA staff members.

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