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The National Collegiate Athletic Association is the organization through which the nation's colleges and universities speak and act on athletics matters at the national level. It is a voluntary association of approximately 1,250 institutions, conferences, organizations and individuals devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate athletics.
Information on eligibility and recruiting can be found at the NCAA's Student-Athlete Eligibility and Recruiting website.
All high school athletes wishing to compete in intercollegiate athletics must register with the Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.
Whether you're a student, parent, or visitor, you can find many reasons to come to the UNLV campus. Throughout the year, the university hosts a wide variety of activities and events that are open to the public, including lectures, concerts, plays, sporting events, art exhibits, film series, and more. The reasons for making a visit to the UNLV campus are as limitless as your imagination!
The Mountain West Conference (MWC) was conceived on May 26, 1998, when eight teams announced they were breaking away from the Western Athletic Conference. Today, the MWC consists of UNLV, Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, Utah and Wyoming.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is academia's best source of news and information.
From the first track and field championship in 1921, to the flavor, pageantry, and tradition of today's 88 NCAA national championships in 23 sports, the NCAA Hall of Champions celebrates the journey of the student-athlete.
This section provides sport-specific recruiting calendars.
The National Letter of Intent Program is administered by the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA). Started in 1964 with seven conferences and eight independent institutions, the program now has over 50 leagues with over 500 participating institutions.
10. About the NCAA
This site includes general information about the NCAA and its mission, history, and membership.