About the NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs Speakers Registry
The NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs Speakers Registry (Speakers Registry) provides a list of speakers and programs that have submitted credentials and references to present various student-athlete development and health and safety related programming. The purpose of this registry is to aid NCAA member institutions in selecting the most appropriate programming for student-athletes and athletics administrators on a variety of student-athlete development and health and safety related topics.
Speakers wishing to be considered for this listing are invited to add their names to the site, including contact information, credentials outlining expertise on the topic identified and references from NCAA member institutions. The term will be for one year, with an option to renew.
NCAA administrators will manage the registry, noting that the list is presented as a resource, not an endorsement, and that the speaker is not considered a spokesperson for the NCAA. Negotiations will be carried out directly between the institution or conference office and the speaker.
To ensure adherence to grant guidelines, NCAA administrators will provide final approval for inclusion on this listing and reserve the right to remove anyone from the registry at anytime.
Please click here for the Speakers Registry Guidelines.
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