NCAA ComplianceAs a future TAR, friend, fan, parent, alumnus, booster or donor of Rollins College and Rollins College Athletics, you are an important part of Tars Athletics success. The information contained on the website will illustrate how you can help the entire athletic program have continued success by complying with NCAA rules and regulations.
NCAA compliance with the rules is everyone’s job. If you are not sure if an activity is allowed, ASK BEFORE YOU ACT.
Your efforts in complying with the NCAA rules and your support of our student-athletes is appreciated and import to our continue success.
Director of Athletics
*Note: NCAA Division II Initial-Eligibility Requirements will be changing in 2018.
- Rollins College Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Steroid Policies
- Rollins College Student Grievance Procedure
- Rollins Collge Hazing Policy
- 2013-14 Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete
- 2013-14 Path to the Student-Athlete Experience
- NCAA DII Initial Eligibility Standards
- 2012 Rollins Federal Graduation Rates 2005-06 Cohort
- 2012 Rollins Academic Success Rate 2002-05 Cohort
- NCAA Organized Competition Legislation Statement
- Summer Instructions for Rollins Student-Athletes
- 2013-14 NCAA Banned Drugs
- 2013-14 Rollins College Student-Athlete Handbook
Rollins College is responsible for all actions of its boosters. Therefore, it is the responsibility of Rollins College to make you aware of the consequences for violating NCAA rules noted on this website. Athletic boosters found in violation of NCAA rules are subject to losing benefits and privileges. In some cases, the NCAA Committee on Infractions has required institutions to disassociate boosters from the institution.
For more information, contact Rollins Assistant Director for Compliance Brittainy Daiger at 407-646-2367.