Dominican College Compliance
This site serves as a resource to all members of the Dominican College Athletic community with respect to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC), and Dominican College regulations. The athletic department is available to offer interpretive support and educational programs to the entire university community and those associated with Dominican College Athletics.
Assistant Director of Athletics/Head NCAA Compliance Officer
Assistant Director of Athletics/Assistant NCAA Compliance Officer/Head Softball Coach
Compliance Helpful Links
These links are designed to help the prospective student-athlete and his/her parents:
• NCAA Initial-Eligibility Center
• Eligibility Center Checklist
• NCAA Freshman Eligibility Standards
• Summary of NCAA Regulations - NCAA Division II
• National Letter of Intent
• NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
• NCAA Drug Testing Book
• NCAA Student-Athlete Transfer Guide
• Information for International Prospective Student-Athletes
• Notification of Organized Competition
External Compliance Reports
EADA (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act)
The EADA is an annual report that is required by the federal government. The report includes information on athletic participation, staffing, revenues and expenses for every sports team at the institution. The gathered information reflects the institution’s commitment to maintaining an equitable status for all men’s and women’s sports. Please click on the link below to access a copy of Dominican College’s EADA report.
GSR/ASR (Graduation Success Rate/Academic Success Rate)
The Academic Success Rate Report (ASR) is mandated by the NCAA and compiled by Division II institutions annually. This is the sixth year for the Division II ASR, which continues to demonstrate that student-athletes graduate at a much higher rate than the general study body. The study was based on data from the entering class of 2004. Unlike the Graduation Success Rate Report (GSR) used by Division I institutions, the ASR includes data on transfer students and student-athletes not receiving athletic scholarships. Therefore, the ASR captures the financial aid model of Division II. The report dispels the myth that student-athletes do not perform well academically. In fact, the report illustrates that Division II student-athletes perform far better than the general student body. Please click on the link below to review Dominican College’s ASR data.