Helpful Information for Current Student-athletes
- The NCAA has strict bylaws regarding agents and amateurism. Click on the link below for more information.
- The purpose of the NCAA’s drug-testing program is to deter student-athletes from using performance-enhancing drugs, and it impacts the eligibility of student-athletes who try to cheat by using banned substances. The NCAA tests for steroids, peptide hormones and masking agents year-round and also tests for stimulants and recreational drugs during championships. Click on the link below for more information.
- The NCAA prohibits all student-athletes and staff from gambling on any professional or collegiate or prep athletics events. A link to the NCAA’s website "Don't Bet On It" is provided below.
- The physical safety and mental health of our student-athletes is a priority. The link below provides resources on how to receive confidential help, to report an assault or sexual assault, information on how to receive medial or police help, helping a friend in trouble, contact information for the Title IX office and much more information. In addition, our student-athletes and staff go through annual prevention of sexual violence training.