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We’re Building Something ...Together
Troy Arthur & Matt Maher
Agenda
• Background and status report.
• Purpose and definitions.
• Areas of focus.
• Data collection and process.
Agenda
• Implementation timeline.
• Outreach.
• How you can help.
Learning Objectives
• Understand structure of new program.
• Gain awareness of timeline for
implementation.
• Describe differences between old
athletics certification program and
new IPP.
Background
• April 2011 Board of Directors charge.
– Emergency legislation adopted.
– New program should focus on the
student-athlete experience.
– Simplified, streamlined and technologydriven.
Background
• Suspension of current program.
– New program anticipated to begin
August 2013.
Status Report
• New name for program and committee.
• Request for delay.
• New timeline for implementation.
• Timing for submission of data, analysis of
data and accountability measures.
Purpose
• Review athletics programs based on
identified measures.
• Data compiled for chancellor/president
review and analysis.
• Appropriate accountability measures will
be determined.
Definitions
• Measurement
–Data that allows an institution to
analyze its performance in each of
the IPP focus areas.
Definitions
• Benchmark
–Quantifiable minimum standard of
performance for Division I
institutions as determined by the
NCAA Division I Committee on
Institutional Performance.
Definitions
• Accountability Measure
– Means by which institutions are
encouraged to actively participate in IPP
to improve athletics programs and
enhance the student-athlete
experience.
– May be implemented at the institutional,
conference and national levels.
Definitions
• Corrective Action
–An accountability measure that may
be imposed by the committee on an
institution that fails to meet a
particular benchmark or standard.
Examples of Corrective Actions
Possible corrective actions only for those
institutions that fall below a particular benchmark
Plans
Resources
Visit
Opportunity
to Improve
Definitions
• Penalty
– Accountability measure.
– May be imposed by the committee for:
• Failure to submit complete or accurate data;
• Failure to review data within specified
timeframe; or
• Lack of demonstrated commitment to IPP
values after repeated intervention and all
corrective actions have failed.
Definitions
• Target
–Aspirational standard of performance
developed using national and
regional baseline data.
–Institutions that do not meet targets
will not be subject to corrective
action by the committee.
Areas of Focus
Academics
Diversity
Fiscal
Gender
SA Experience
Areas of Focus
Academics
• Analyze and review data currently provided (i.e., APR,
GSR).
• Admissions profiles, student-athlete progress,
graduation/outcomes, academic support services.
• Multiple dashboards with tiered approach.
• Strike balance between this module and work of
Committee on Academic Performance.
Areas of Focus
Fiscal Management
• Analyze financial information currently provided as part
of NCAA Financial Dashboards.
• Review fiscal management and practices.
• Analyze trends and ranges.
• Seven dashboards in three categories.
• Assess spending trends and consider various ways to
improve.
Areas of Focus
Gender
• Analyze and review data currently provided (i.e.,
NCAA financial reports).
• Provide data on student-athlete participation,
athletics scholarships, resources and studentathlete treatment.
Areas of Focus
Diversity
• Racial and ethnic minorities in the area of
governance; racial and ethnic minority LGBT,
disabled and international student-athletes.
• Retention and hiring data for racial and ethnic
minority coaches and athletics department staff.
Areas of Focus
Student-Athlete Experience
• Centerpiece of new program.
• Possible student-athlete survey administered by
NCAA national office.
• Will focus on primary areas for review and analysis.
• Health and safety, team expenditures, facilities,
athletics personnel and student-athlete well-being.
Data Collection
• About 80 percent of data used for IPP will be
captured from information already provided.
NCAA financial reports
NCAA sports sponsorship &
demographic information
FGR & GSR data
APR data
• Program and process will be more robust for
reclassifying institutions.
Data Collection
NCAA Financial Reports
• January 15 each year
FGR data to Feds
• Mid-April each year
Revenue Distribution
information
• Early May each year
FGR and GSR to NCAA
• June 1 each year
SA Assistance Fund &
Academic Enhancement
Issues
• July each year
Data Collection
Sports Sponsorship &
Demographic forms
APR data
EADA forms
IPP data for focus areas
• August 15 each year
• Six weeks after first day
of class
• October 30 each year
• To be determined
Process
Step 1:
Institutions
submit data
Step 4:
Institution
reviews/analyzes
dashboards
Step 2:
Data review by
NCAA research
staff
Step 5:
Official
sign-off
Step 7:
Implementation of
accountability
measures
Step 3:
Dashboards
released to
membership
Step 6:
Committee
reviews
Implementation Timeline
2012-13:
Solicit
membership
input on
concepts &
accountability
measures
2012-13:
Voluntary
pilot
program
begins
Jan. 2013:
Board will
review and
approve
legislation
Spring/Fall
2013:
Continued
membership
feedback
Implementation Timeline
2013-14:
Submit data
for gender,
diversity &
academics
2014-15:
Submit data
for fiscal & SA
experience
and begin
benchmark
discussions
2015-16:
Finalize
benchmarks
2016-17:
Possible
benchmark
requirements
implemented
Outreach
• 31 in-person meetings or webinars with Division I
conferences
– Spring and summer 2012
• 9 external/professional group meetings/conferences
– Spring, summer and fall 2012
• Your feedback needed
– Summer 2012
How You Can Help
• What frequency should dashboard data
be analyzed by the committee and
provided to each Division I member?
– Annually;
– Once every two years;
– Less frequently; or
– Could vary by area (e.g., the areas of
gender/diversity could be annual;
academic could be every three years).
How You Can Help
• What level of accountability is
appropriate in the new program?
• Options include:
– Information and campus-driven review
model;
– Phase-in benchmarks over several
years;
– Immediate benchmark requirements in
all areas; or
– Benchmarks in some area(s) only.
How You Can Help
Questions
We’re Building Something ...Together
NCAA Division I Institutional
Performance Program (IPP)

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