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The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a membership-led organization dedicated to protecting and equipping student-athletes for success on the field, in the classroom and for life.

We value accountability, collaboration, communication, leadership and inclusion. Whether you are a creative type or enjoy crunching numbers, the national office could be the place for you. As an NCAA team member, you will join more than 500 professionals dedicated to helping college students develop leadership, confidence, discipline and teamwork through sports.

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More than 500 team members work at the NCAA national office.  Some on our team join employee resource groups to tackle diversity-related topics. Others play on intramural teams for the thrill of competition. A number volunteer outside the office or coach an athletics team to give back to the community. All of them work to support college athletes. A few of them are profiled below.

Meet Morgan Adcock, associate director of core processing in the Eligibility Center. Every prospective Division I and Division II athlete must go through Morgan’s department to be a college athlete. “I love playing a small part in young people getting opportunities to compete and get an education.”

Meet Kristi Kennedy, director of information technology project management. IT gives her the opportunity to work with a variety of partners around the national office. “In one meeting, I’ll be working with the subject matter experts on a particular project, and then I might be presenting to a VP in the very next. I love the variety of my role.”

Meet Craig Malveaux, coordinator of inclusion. He works with the office of inclusion to support and implement various inclusion events around the country. “The office of inclusion affords me the opportunity to combine my passion and purpose, which is to serve underrepresented communities in collegiate athletics via educational programming, empowerment, advocacy work and intentional ally-ship.”


Who we are

What Is the NCAA?

The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a member-led organization dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes.

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Our Three Divisions

The NCAA’s three divisions were created in 1973 to align like-minded campuses in the areas of philosophy, competition and opportunity.

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How We Support College Athletes

Each year, the NCAA funds 90 championships in 24 sports, including paying for almost 14 million miles of travel to get athletes to the competitions.

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What we Believe


To truly benefit from college, student-athletes have to succeed in more places than on the field. The NCAA provides opportunities to learn, compete and grow.

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In 1906, the NCAA was founded to keep college athletes safe. We are working hard to protect them physically and mentally, on the field and off. Through its Sport Science Institute, the NCAA is working to ensure college athletes are getting the best care possible.

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With major reforms continuing rapidly in college athletics, key rule changes are focused on improving the student-athlete experience. The NCAA is committed to providing a fair, inclusive and fulfilling environment for student-athletes and fans.

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Indianapolis is a sports lover’s dream destination. Watch teams from four local colleges and universities battle for the win. Visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse to see the NBA’s and the WNBA’s shoot some hoops. Check out the NFL’s at Lucas Oil Stadium, 上下棋牌 of Super Bowl XLVI. Don’t miss the racing at the , 上下棋牌 of the iconic . Or catch an ECHL ice hockey game at Indiana Farmers Coliseum, an Triple-A baseball game at Victory Field or a USL Championship soccer game at Lucas Oil Stadium.