There are three subcommittees that are charged with studying specific operating principles and they are as follows:
NCAA Self-Study Operating Principles
Governance and Commitment to Rules Compliance Subcommittee
Operating Principle 1.1 Institutional Control, Presidential Authority and Shared Responsibilities. The Association’s principle of institutional control vests in the institution the responsibility for the conduct of its athletics program, including the actions of its staff members and representatives of its athletics interests.
Operating Principle 1.2. Rules Compliance. Membership in the Association places the responsibility on each institution to assure that its staff, student-athletes, and other individuals and groups representing the institution’s athletics interests comply with the applicable Association rules and regulations.
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Academic Integrity Subcommittee
Operating Principle 2.1 Academic Standards. The Association’s fundamental principles indicate that an intercollegiate athletics program shall be designed and maintained as a vital component of the institution’s educational system, and student-athletes shall be considered an integral part of the student body.
Operating Principle 2.2 Academic Support. Members of the Association have the responsibility to conduct intercollegiate athletics programs in a manner designed to protect and enhance the educational wellbeing of student-athletes and to assure proper emphasis on educational objectives.
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Equity and Student-Athlete Well-Being Subcommittee
Operating Principle 3.1 Gender Issues. Consistent with NCAA Constitution 2.3, it is the responsibility of each institution to implement the Association’s principle of gender equity.
Operating Principle 3.2. Minority Issues. It is a principle of the Association to promote respect for and sensitivity to the dignity of every person and to refrain from discrimination prohibited by federal and state law.
Operating Principle 3.3. Student-Athlete Well-Being. Conducting the intercollegiate athletics program in a manner designed to protect and enhance the physical and educational well-being of student-athletes is a basic principle of the Association.
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