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  • 1. NCAA Certification Self-Study Kansas State University 2010-2011
  • 2. What is the NCAA?
    • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a membership organization of colleges and universities that participate in intercollegiate athletics
    • Primary purpose – to advance intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the educational program and the athlete as an integral part of the student body
  • 3. What is the NCAA?
    • Activities of the NCAA membership include:
      • Formulating rules of play for NCAA sports
      • Conducting national championships
      • Adopting and enforcing standards of eligibility
      • Studying all phases of intercollegiate athletics
  • 4. What is NCAA Certification?
    • NCAA Division I institutions approved athletics certification at the 1993 NCAA Convention
    • Currently in the third cycle of regularly scheduled institutional self-studies; review cycle is now once every 10 years
    • NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification determines the certification status of each Division I institution
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  • 5. What is NCAA Certification?
    • NCAA standards for the operation of Division I athletics programs cover three basic areas:
      • Governance and commitment to rules compliance
      • Academic integrity
      • Gender/Diversity and Student-athlete well-being
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  • 6. Operating Principles, Measurable Standards & Self-Study Items
    • 7 Operating Principles
    • 82 Measurable Standards
          • 22: Governance & Commitment to Rules Compliance
          • 27: Academic Integrity
          • 8: Gender Issues
          • 12: Diversity Issues
          • 13: Student-Athlete Well-Being
    • 118 Self-Study Items
          • 32: Governance & Commitment to Rules Compliance
          • 35: Academic Integrity
          • 12: Gender Issues
          • 17: Diversity Issues
          • 22: Student-Athlete Well-Being
  • 7. What is NCAA Certification?
    • Each Division I institution is evaluated on the same standards
    • Self-study helps ensure the integrity of the institution’s athletics operation
    • K-State’s first self-study was in 1995-1996, with the second in 2001-2002
    • In 2002, K-State received certification without any conditions, the highest level of certification awarded
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  • 8. Why is Certification Important?
    • Benefits to the institution:
    • Self Awareness
    • Opportunity to educate individuals across campus about:
      • Athletics program’s goals
      • Challenges facing athletics
      • Ways in which athletics supports the institution’s mission
  • 9. Why is Certification Important?
    • Affirmation
    • Self-study process should:
      • Be a positive experience
      • Reveal many aspects of athletics program worthy of praise
      • Ascertain progress toward our vision of being a model intercollegiate athletics program
  • 10. Why is Certification Important?
    • Opportunities to Improve
      • Areas for improvement are routinely identified as part of any institution’s self-study
      • Process offers a forum for suggestions from individuals with a wide range of experience
  • 11. Why is Certification Important?
    • Provides opportunity for critical self-analysis, leading to improvement in quality
    • Opens institution to outside examination by evaluators familiar with NCAA standards
    • Provides assurance to public — in particular to students — that the institution meets the NCAA’s clearly stated standards
  • 12. K-State Athletics Vision and Goals
    • Model intercollegiate athletic program
    • Ensure sustainable program structure
      • Integrated with overall university goals
      • Holistic in approach
      • Not personality dependent
  • 13. Self-Study Process
    • Ensure broad-based participation
    • Gather input and data from campus that
      • Demonstrate the degree to which the university has met the measurable standards of the operating principles
      • Identify any issues that need to be incorporated into the university's plan for improvement
    • Respond to each self-study item and develop the final report
  • 14. Self-Study Process
    • Structure
      • Steering Committee – 22 members
      • Five Subcommittees – 12-14 members each
        • Academic Integrity – Mary DeLuccie
        • Governance/Commitment to Rules Compliance – Joe Aistrup
        • Diversity – Doris Carroll
        • Gender – Gayle Spencer
        • Student Athlete Well-Being – Scott Jones
  • 15. Self- Study Process
    • Timeline
      • 9 months for self-study
        • Orientation videoconference – Aug. 16, 2010
        • Open campus meetings – September 2010
        • Gather data and prepare responses to self-study items
        • Draft report and obtain campus feedback
        • Submit final report by April 29, 2011
      • Peer review site visit in Fall 2011
      • NCAA announces certification decision in April 2012
  • 16. Questions?
  • 17. Contact Information
    • Ruth Dyer, Senior Vice Provost, [email_address]
    • Jill Shields, Associate Athletic Director, shields@k-state.edu
    • Cody Catlin, Graduate Assistant, [email_address]
    • K-State NCAA Website: http://www.k-state.edu/ncaacert

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