FSU NCAA Recertification
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a voluntary organization devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate athletics.
Athletics certification was approved for Division I institutions at the 1993 Convention as a key part of the NCAA's reform agenda. Florida State University is in the second cycle of recertification (the first certification was in 1999).
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Athletics certification is meant to ensure the NCAA's fundamental commitment to integrity in intercollegiate athletics. The program is structured to achieve its goal in several ways:
  1. By opening the affairs of athletics to the university community and the public.
  2. By setting standards (called operating principles) for the operation of Division I athletics programs.
  3. By putting tough sanctions in place for institutions that fail to conduct a comprehensive self-study or to correct problems.

Your participation and input into this process are welcome. The FSU Plan for Self Study can be reviewed by clicking the "About Recertification" link. Committee schedules are provided on this website and all meetings are open to the public. In addition, you may provide feedback by clicking on "Participation/Feedback" on this webpage.

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