NCAA Student-Athlete Statement: PDF file containing the Division III versions of the NCAA Student-Athlete Statement and NCAA Drug-Testing Consent Form.
2018-19 NCAA Division III Compliance Forms: PDF forms to be saved as separate files or information typed in will be lost.
UAA Travel Request Form: Form used to provide travel itinerary information and request services from host institution.
Medical Hardship Waiver Request Form: Form to be used to submit a request for a medical hardship waiver.
Track and Field Protest Forms: Forms to be used to submit protests and appeals at the UAA Track and Field Championship.
UAA Grant Requisition Form: Form to be used to request funding for SAAC programs that are part of the Tier 2 NCAA Initiative Grant Program.
Campus Guides to Athletic Training and Emergency Care Procedures: Directory of routine and non-routine services athletic training and medical services available on and near UAA campuses, including contact information.
Sickle Cell Trait Form: PDF form acknoledging that the NCAA recommends that all student-athletes have knowledge of their sickle cell trait status.
Other Documents and Reference Materials
UAA 2008 Conference Self-Study: Self-study report conducted by the University Athletic Association per NCAA Bylaw 188.8.131.52 (23 pages).
Division III Profile of Institutions and Conferences: Compilation of demographic, sport sponsorship, admission, fianancial aid, athletic expense, and championship participation data for Division III insitutions, including institutional and conference summaries. Compiled by Richard A. Rasmussen and William A. Rasmussen, 2003.
The Role of Intercollegiate Athletics in the Academy — A Case Study of the Formation of the UAA: Doctoral dissertation by Richard A. Rasmussen regarding how the University Athletic Association was formed, how was its membership proscribed, and why members chose to continue competition in Division III (approx. 165 pages).
Building a Better Team Environment — Facts and Myths About Hazing and Its Effects: PowerPoint presentation on hazing, its effects, and strategies for building a positive and effective team environment.