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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, 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.


Participation Request:  NCAA Injury Surveillance Program

At its July meeting, the Division III Management Council endorsed a strategic plan to increase participation in the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program (ISP).  The ISP is a data collection initiative designed to track and analyze medical illnesses and injuries that result from sport participation. The NCAA's Sport Science Institute partners with the Datalys Center, an independent non-profit research organization, to manage the ISP and to help inform injury prevention policies and practices in college sport. 

Although 75 percent of the Division III membership is able to submit the information, less than 10 percent participate.  The Council requests that each institution report data on two teams during the course of the 2018-19 academic year.  Reporting benefits include:

  1. Enhancement of the quality of student-athlete care by furthering scientific research regarding top health and safety risks;
  2. Athletic trainers, who submit the data, receive 10 continuing education credits per year;
  3. Contribution to NCAA national health and safety policies and sport rule changes; and
  4. Access to current data that can inform injury prevention practices.

To learn more about how your school can participate, including an FAQ resource, in the ISP, click here


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Division III LGBTQ Resources

Be on the lookout for LGBTQ resources this fall!  The Division III LGBTQ Working Group will release an LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy guide and an LGBTQ-inclusion promotion kit later this month to help member institutions and conferences establish and maintain welcoming environments on their campuses.  Click here for information about the LGBTQ Working Group or contact Jean Merrill with any questions. 


2019 Legislative Proposals

During its July meeting, the Management Council voted to recommend sponsorship of one governance proposal (snacks incidental to participation); reviewed the only membership sponsored proposal (field hockey and soccer acclimatization); and reaffirmed its sponsorship of several other governance proposals.  The legislative proposals include: 

Football playing and practice seasons.  Legislation that proposes that the preseason football season begin 23 days from the institution's first contest with one day off every seven days after the five-day acclimatization period.

Deregulation of social media.  Legislation that would permit institutional staff members to connect with (e.g., "friend", "follow", etc.) prospective student-athletes on social media platforms.  Further, it would allow an institutional staff member to engage in actions that indicate approval of content on social media platforms that was generated by users on the platforms.  

Full-time enrollment exception.  The legislation would extend the existing final term exception to the full-time enrollment requirement to include student-athletes that are carrying (for credit) all courses necessary to complete degree requirements but have an outstanding experiential learning requirement (e.g., student teaching, internship, clinical, capstone project, etc.). 

Pre-enrollment educational expenses.  Legislation to permit individuals to accept educational expenses, based on athletics ability, before collegiate enrollment from any individual other than an agent, professional sports team/organization or representative of an institution's athletics interests, provided such expenses are disbursed directly through the recipient's educational institution. 

Student-athlete mandatory graduation rate reporting .  The legislation proposes that as a condition and obligation of Division III active membership, an institution submit, on an annual basis, student-athlete graduation rate data.  This proposal will allow for the private identification and communication of student-athlete graduation rates at each member school. Mandatory collection also will provide the data to develop evidence-based best practices to improve the retention and graduation of all Division III student-athletes, including male African-Americans and football student-athletes, whose rates have trailed those of the general student body. Institution-specific rates will not be publicized; rather, institutions will be able to view their student-athlete graduation rates privately in the NCAA Institutional Performance Program (IPP) for assessment and bench-marking.

Snacks incidental to participation.  The legislation specifies that an institution may provide snacks to student-athletes as a benefit incidental to participation in intercollegiate athletics at any time during the academic year.  The proposal would allow for reasonable snacks (e.g., milk, granola bars) to be available to student-athletes to support their nutritional needs but would not allow institutions to provide nutritional supplements.

Field hockey and soccer preseason -- establishing a three-day acclimatization period.  The legislation would amend field hockey and soccer preseason practices as follows:

  1. Add three additional days to the preseason practice period;
  2. Require an acclimatization period during the first three days of the preseason practice period, during which a team would be limited to one single practice session no longer than three hours in duration, followed by a one-hour walk through, with a minimum of three hours of rest required in between the two activities; and
  3. Mandate that on every preseason practice day following the three-day acclimatization period, a team would be limited to conducting no more than two on-field practices per day and a maximum of six hours of athletically related activity total during the two practices combined, with a minimum of three hours of rest required in between practice sessions.

Apply Soon:  Division III Student Immersion Program

For the fourth year, Division III will support 40 ethnic minority students to attend the annual NCAA Convention this year, Jan. 23-26, 2019, in Orlando, Florida.  The application process will be available on Program Hub, titled "2019 Division III Student Immersion Program ", beginning Aug. 15 and closing at 5 p.m. Eastern time Sept. 30.  Ethnic minority students, preferably juniors and seniors with a strong interest in a career in Division III athletics (coaching and/or administration), are encouraged to apply.  Final selections will be announced in early October.  At the Convention, the students will be exposed to Division III, its members and the governance process.  In addition to the scheduled Division III programming, there will be welcome and debrief meetings.  The goal is to build a pipeline of talented ethnic minority candidates who have an interest in Division III coaching and/or administration, in an effort to ultimately help diversify the division.

NCAA Division III Webinars

The next Division III webinar will be 1:30 to 2 p.m. Eastern time, Tuesday, Aug. 7.  Participants must RSVP by emailing Debbie Brown not later than 5 p.m. Eastern time Friday, Aug. 3.  The topic will be an overview of Gameday the DIII Way, the division's sportsmanship and game environment initiative.

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

  • Sept. 4   Championships mock selection.
  • Oct. 2     Student-athlete graduation rate reporting process.
  • Nov. 6    Management and Presidents Councils updates.
Each webinar will be limited to the first 250 participants. All past webinar PowerPoints are on the Division III website. 

Funding Available:  Identity Initiative Purchasing Website

Have you used your $500 purchasing website credit? Looking for a faster way to purchase school swag? Log in through My Apps and select the Division III Purchasing icon or click here.  August is the last month to use the purchasing credit for the 2017-18 year.  Access the site by entering the email address of your institution's director of athletics (or for conferences, the commissioner's email address) as the username, and the password you created. For assistance, contact Amy Byrnes at Source One Digital.


New 2018 Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) Orientation

The deadline for applications for the inaugural Division III FAR Orientation is Sept. 1 .  The program is being held in conjunction with the FARA annual meeting and will focus on understanding the Division III model of athletics, exploring the role of a Division III FAR and enabling participants to get the most from the FARA annual meeting.  Funding for the institute is provided by the Division III budget and covers all attendee expenses. The program is open to FARs with two years or less experience in the role, and priority will be given to those who are attending the FARA annual meeting for the first time.  Selections also will focus on accommodating the greatest possible number of Division III conferences and on maximizing diversity in personal and institutional demographics for the class. The 2018 class will include 25 to 30 participants.

Apply using the NCAA Program Hub through Sept. 1, with selections announced Sept. 7.  This orientation will take place in alternating years (2018, 2020, etc.) with the FAR Fellows Leadership Institute (2019, 2021, etc.).  See the event web page for further details on the program's purpose, objectives and application. Any questions about the orientation may be directed to Leah Kareti.


The deadline for applications for the 2019 Athletics Direct Report (ADR) Institute is Aug. 31.  This event will take place Jan. 23-24, at the NCAA Convention in Orlando, Florida.  The purpose of the program is to engage Division III ADRs in best practices to oversee and manage athletics departments and to improve the relationships between ADRs and their presidents, athletics directors and conference commissioners.   The two-day program includes both networking opportunities and interactive discussions with ADR peers and other expert presenters.  Event details are available here . Each ADR participant will receive a registration fee waiver to the NCAA Convention to continue their professional development. The Institute also provides travel, meals and lodging for all participants. Applications are being accepted via Program Hub and may be completed by conference commissioners, institutional presidents or chancellors, athletics directors, and athletics direct reports.  Each multi-sport conference is guaranteed one participant per year.  Please contact Leah Kareti with any questions.


Save The Date!  2018-19 Webinar Schedule

All 360 Proof users are invited to monthly learning collaborative webinars to network with peer institutions and learn from national experts in the field of high-risk alcohol use prevention. An invitation to register is circulated one week in advance of each webinar.  Please hold the time (all Eastern) to share and learn with your peers!  Questions about 360 Proof?  Email:

  • Sept. 18 , 1 p.m. ; Overlap of Alcohol and Sexual Assault: Implications for Prevention, featuring Jen Jacobsen, assistant dean of students and director of wellness and prevention, Grinnell.
  • Oct. 24, 3 p.m.; Delivering Brief Interventions to All Student Athletes, featuring Brian Bowden, lead BASICS counselor, Dartmouth. 
  • Nov. 28, 1 p.m.; Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and Norms among First-Year Athletes, featuring  David Wyrick,  director of the Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness,  The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
  • Feb. 6, 2019 , 1 p.m.;  College AIM version 2:  Updates and Implications for 360 Proof, featuring Jessica Cronce,  associate professor; director, Family and Human Services, University of Oregon.
  • March 12, 2019, 3 p.m.;  Pregaming and Drinking Games:  Implications for Work with Student-Athletes, featuring  Byron Zamboanga,  professor of psychology, Smith.
  • April 10, 2019, 1 p.m.;  Looking Back and Looking Forward:  Lessons Learned in Evaluating Prevention, featuring David Anderson, professor, director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Health, George Mason.

Contact Leah Kareti with any questions.


Mental Health Best Practices Implementation Tools

The SSI has released two resources, a Mental Health Interdisciplinary Team Planner for schools, and a Mental Health Workshop Planning Kit for conference offices. These resources were developed in partnership with the Task Force To Advance the Mental Health Best Practices Strategies and designed to assist member schools and conference offices in implementing the Mental Health Best Practices. Several of the tools embedded within the conference workshop planning kit and institutional interdisciplinary team planner may also be found on the SSI website here.

Concussion Safety Protocol Template

In response to recently adopted noncontroversial legislation, and in an effort to bring uniformity to concussion management plans across the Association, the SSI has released a Concussion Safety Protocol Template. Schools are not required to use the template; rather, it is offered as a resource to support athletics departments in their concussion safety efforts. The template is available as a Microsoft Word document that allows schools to personalize highlighted areas of the document. Schools also may choose to edit the template to fit the individual needs of their institution. To access the Concussion Safety Protocol Template, click here.

New Drug Testing Resources

As part of its annual drug-testing and education efforts, the SSI has released two resources, the 2018-19 NCAA Drug-Testing Program Protocol for athletics administrators and the 2018-19 NCAA Drug Policies Brochure for student-athletes. For more information about the NCAA Drug Testing Program, visit

Substance Use Survey Results

The 2017 NCAA Student-Athlete Substance Use Survey, developed by the NCAA's research staff, provides the latest insights into the use of drugs, alcohol and tobacco by student-athletes. The study, released in June 2018, shows college athletes continue to make healthier decisions in many more areas than their peers in the general student body. An executive summary and the full study results are now available.

CSMAS March Teleconference Report

The full report from the March 2018 Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports teleconference is available here. The committee's in-person summer meeting was June 13-14 in Indianapolis. The full report will be available later this summer.

New NCAA-DoD CARE Consortium Publication Summaries

SSI has created summaries of the latest publications resulting from the NCAA-U.S. Department of Defense Concussion Assessment, Research and Education Consortium. The project, launched in 2014, is the largest concussion study in history and now includes participants on 30 campuses across the country. To read the summaries, click here.  


The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) is the recipient of the July Division III Diversity Spotlight Initiative. The NEAC hosted a dozen senior woman administrators and a dozen female student-athletes for a Leadership Day.   The programming consisted of a DiSC assessment, an etiquette luncheon, networking opportunities, networking and professional development opportunities.  Click here for more information.

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 July, 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 Aug. 21.  

Award for Diversity and Inclusion

Click here to submit a nomination for the 2019 Award for Diversity and Inclusion not later than Aug. 31 .  The award represents a partnership formed by the NCAA and the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA) to recognize and celebrate the initiatives, policies and practices of institutions, athletics departments, and/or conference offices that embrace diversity and inclusion across the intercollegiate athletics community.  This can be through community service, professional development, hiring practices and/or programming activities that enhance opportunities for people of diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences.  NCAA member institutions, athletics departments and conference offices are eligible to receive the award.  Self-nominations are allowed, and two letters of support must accompany each nomination.  The winner will be recognized at the 2019 NCAA Convention and participate at the MOAA Symposium to be held in conjunction with the NACDA Convention in June 2019.  Please contact Sonja Robinson with any questions.


Special Olympics 50 for 50th Challenge

Last month marked 50 years of Special Olympics! In honor of this milestone and in celebration of our partnership, the Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has initiated the 50 for 50th Challenge. Starting Aug. 1, 2018, each Division III institution is challenged to have at least 50 student-athletes participate in a Special Olympics event(s) by Feb. 28, 2019. Institutions should report their Special Olympics participation in the 50 for 50th Challenge via the Division III Special Olympics website . All institutions that complete the challenge will receive a prize, and the three institutions with the highest percentage of student-athlete participation will face off in the March 2019 Special Olympics Spotlight Poll. The institution with the most votes in the Spotlight Poll will be declared the champion during the 2019 Division III Week and receive a special grand prize. For more information on the 50 for 50th Challenge, click here.

Division III and Special Olympics also have joined forces to present 50 profiles honoring the unified work of the NCAA, Division III and Special Olympics. To follow the conversations, use the hashtag #d3SO50for50th for more profiles and Division III/Special Olympics activities.

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

July Winner

After 1,085 total votes, Maine Maritime Academy Athletics Hosts Eighth Annual Bocce Tournament won the July Special Olympics Spotlight Poll by gathering 59 percent of the total votes! The Mariners will receive $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event. To submit a story for consideration, please email

August Nominees

Here are the stories for the August Special Olympics poll:

Click here to vote starting Wednesday, Aug. 1. The winner will be selected Aug. 26, 2018.


Rule of the Month

Academic, Health and Other Programming and Support Services for Student-Athletes. Per Bylaw 16.3.1 and Bylaw 16.3.2, it is permissible for a Division III institution to finance and provide academic and other support services for student-athletes, provided similar services are provided or available to students in general. To determine whether a service or program is "similar," the institution should be able to identify and describe an academic or support service that is available to the general student body that is similar to the service they wish to provide to student-athletes.  Both services should have a similar intended benefit and provide that benefit on a comparable scale.

In-season athletically related activities are the exception to this rule. If an institution's team is in season, the institution is permitted to provide  support services and other programming that involves sports-related information (e.g., team motivational speakers or leadership programming with an athletics nexus) exclusively to student-athletes, even if similar programming does not exist for another segment of the student body or the student body in general. 

In-season athletically related activities are the exception to this rule. If an institution's team is in season, the institution is permitted to provide  support services and other programming that involves sports-related information (e.g., team motivational speakers or leadership programming with an athletics nexus) exclusively to student-athletes, even if similar programming does not exist for another segment of the student body or the student body in general.

Getting in the Game

As you begin the 2018-19 academic year, don't forget the Division III: Getting in the Game educational tool (  Getting in the Game is a video guide designed to provide institutions with general compliance education for athletics administrators and a helpful walkthrough for student-athletes to navigate the process of completing annual NCAA compliance forms.  The site also provides links to the Division III homepage and other helpful resources.  

Compliance Assistant:  2018-19 New Academic Year

The 2018-19 academic year is now available in Compliance Assistant. The 2018-19 enhancement document, updated fund codes and more information can be found on the CA web page. For questions regarding compliance assistant, please email

2019 NCAA Convention - Division III IPOPL

The 2019 NCAA Convention Division III Initial Publication of Proposed Legislation (IPOPL) will be available through the NCAA website Aug. 15, 2018 . The IPOPL presents all proposed amendments to NCAA legislation that were properly submitted from the Division III membership in accordance with the July 15 deadline in the NCAA legislative calendar. The IPOPL may contain proposals that are sponsored by only one member conference or 10-member institutions. If a proposal is not properly co-sponsored by Sept. 1, 2018, the proposal will be automatically withdrawn. Sponsors of the proposals are permitted to refine and change amendments in any manner germane to the proposal as presented until Sept. 15. Such changes may either increase or decrease the modification set forth in the original proposal. 

No new proposals may be submitted by the membership for the 2019 Convention after the July 15 deadline has passed. Member institutions and conferences that wish to offer and suggest revisions to an amendment are encouraged to contact the designated primary contact person as listed with each proposal. Such contacts should be made as early as possible and before the Sept. 15 deadline to ensure time for appropriate consideration by the sponsors.

The IPOPL is not mailed to Division III institutions. The online version of the IPOPL continues to contain all the information of the former hard-copy version and can be printed from your computer in the traditional format. The IPOPL is produced directly from LSDBi each time it is downloaded. Therefore, the content of the publication may change each time it is accessed from the NCAA webpage. 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. The 2019 NCAA Convention Division III Second Publication of Proposed Legislation (SPOPL), which will include proposals sponsored by the Division III governance structure, will be available online to the membership Sept. 23. The 2019 NCAA Convention Division III Official Notice, which will include final versions of proposed legislation, will continue to be available to Convention attendees in both printed and online formats. The Official Notice will be available Nov. 15. 

Please contact the Division III legislative staff if you have any questions regarding the online versions of either the IPOPL or SPOPL.

NCAA Division III Manuals

Institutions will be receiving the 2018-19 NCAA Division III Operating Manuals shortly after Aug. 1. A full version of the manual can still be obtained online via the Legislative Services Database for the Internet (LSDBi) and a PDF may be downloaded at on Aug. 1, 2018.  Did you know you can custom generate a manual to fit your needs?  This is one of the most popular features of LSDBi.  Users can create a custom manual containing only the bylaws that are of most value to you.  Click here for instructions. 

SAR Update

As we approach the start of the 2018-19 academic year, the NCAA student-athlete reinstatement staff reminds institutions to submit all reinstatement and waiver requests through the RSRO system as soon as possible. If the request is urgent (pending competition within the next 10 calendar days), please request expedited review in RSRO. Reinstatement requests will be prioritized based on the next date of competition, the order in which the case was received and the timing of when the violation was discovered. After necessary information is received and a case is complete, the reinstatement staff generally requires 48 hours to complete a thorough review of the information presented before rendering a decision. Thus, if a case file is not complete until less than 48 hours before competition, the reinstatement staff may not be able to render a decision before the competition. All requests should be submitted to the staff in a timely fashion once the violation is discovered to ensure a complete review can be conducted before the student-athlete's next competition.


Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete

The 2018-19 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete is available for download on  

NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program

The NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program annually provides on-the-job learning experiences at the national office in Indianapolis to college graduates who are passionate in their pursuit of a career in college sports administration. The 2018-19 internship application opens Aug. 6 and the deadline is Sept. 14, 2018.  To apply or access more information about the program and eligibility, click here .  This year-long program gives insight to the inner workings of college sports from the national perspective. Interns over the past 25 years have taken their experience and institutional knowledge onto campuses and into conference offices as full-time administrators.

Women Leaders in College Sports

Register today for the Women Leaders in College Sports National Convention that will be held Oct. 14-16, 2018, in Atlanta. This event is designed to develop attendees in their professional journey, so they may advance in their career and connect with a community of like-minded women. From Sunday through Tuesday, nearly 1,000 attendees from athletics and business will experience premier leadership development and career advancement programming.



The NCAA Baseball Rules Committee proposed adding two visible 20-second play clocks for Division III by the 2020 season. The clock would start once the pitcher steps on the dirt portion of the mound with the baseball, and if there is a time infraction, a ball will be assessed to the count. If the batter is not ready by the time expiration, a strike will be added. All rules changes must be approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which is scheduled to review potential baseball rules changes Aug. 15.  Click here for the release. 

To view the 2018 baseball rules survey results, click here


By the 2018-19 season, all mats (entire competition circle and surrounding matted area) shall comply with the ASTM Specification Standard for wrestling mats. Should you have any questions, please contact Chuck Barbee, secretary-rules editor, at

Indoor Track and Field

Beginning Dec. 1, 2018, all newly constructed or resurfaced indoor tracks shall be surveyed for a curb and shall have a regulation curb in place for competition. (Amended Rule 1-1.6 in the NCAA Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track and Field Rules Book).

Men's and Women's Basketball Rules Committees

Although this is a nonrule change for men's and women's basketball, the rules committees discussed a variety of potential rules changes that the committees might consider when they meet again in May 2019.

Men's Basketball

Three major potential rules changes: 

  • Moving the three-point line back approximately 1'5" to the international line of 22' 1¾",
  • Widening the lane from 12' to 16', which is the same as the international and NBA distance, and 
  • Changing from two 20-minute halves to four 10-minute quarters. 

To assist the committee in its continued review, Divisions I, II and III institutions and conferences are encouraged to experiment with these rules during the 2018-19 season. If you are interested in experimenting, please contact the men's basketball secretary-rules editor, Art Hyland.  Since a different three-point line and wider lane involve court markings, if approved, those two rules changes would not be effective for Divisions II and III until the 2020-21 season. Contact Dan Calandro if you have questions or need additional information.

Women's Basketball

For women's basketball, the rules committee supported an experimental rule allowing teams to use the international 3-point line in exhibition games before the start of the 2018-19 season. The international line is 22 feet, 1¾ inches. Contact Rachel Seewald if you have questions or need additional information.


Several committees conducted in-person meetings in July. 

Postgraduate Scholarship Committee, July 9-12

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, July 14-15 

Playing and Practice Seasons Subcommittee, July 15

Management Council, July 16-17

Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct, July 23-24


Dates Meeting/Championships Location 
Aug. 7   Presidents/Chancellors Advisory Group Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Aug. 8Presidents Council Meeting Indianapolis, IN 
Aug. 20-21 D3CA and NADIIIAA Leadership Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 5-6   Committee on Women's Athletics Meeting Indianapolis, IN 
Sept. 5-6 Minority Opportunities and Interest Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 9-11 Championships Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN 
Sept. 13 Nominating Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 20-21 Research Committee Meeting Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 20-21Interpretations and Legislative Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Sept. 27Nominating Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Oct. 1Honors Committee MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Oct. 15-16Management Council MeetingIndianapolis, IN
Oct. 23-24Presidents Council MeetingOrlando, FL
Oct. 28Woman of the Year DinnerIndianapolis, IN

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