Information for Student-Athletes

Insurance   n  NCAA Ruling-Drug Exception

In order for our athletes to compete on our intercollegiate athletic teams, they must complete several forms and submit them using PeopleSoft/Student Center.  No athlete will be allowed to participate until these forms are completed and submitted, which must be done any time once the dashboard goes live, typically the end of April.  Student-athletes may login into their respective Student Center account and complete the forms detailed below. 

All forms are located on each student's Student Center primary page, under Participation & Recognition.  This is towards the bottom of the page.

  • Athletics Risk Management Form
             -Agreement to Participate
             -NCAA and Insurance Information
             -Authorization to Render Medical Treatment
             -Authorization to Release Medical Information 
             -Review of Student-Athlete Manual
  • Risk Management/Campus Rec Form
             -Pertains to use of facilities
  • NCAA Concussion
       for contact sports: Baseball, Basketball, Field Hockey, Football, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball,
       Volleyball, Wrestling, Pole Vault, Cheerleading
             -
    Watch NCAA education video
             -Sign-off on Student-Athlete Concussion Statement
             -Upon arrival on campus in AUGUST: 
                    the athletic training room staff will schedule a time to take the
                    ImPACT Baseline and Baseline Balance testing for at-risk sports.
  • NCAA Sickle Cell
            
    -After reviewing the links on sickle cell, you may elect to OPT OUT of sickle cell
              testing by signing the waiver or you can provide the athletic training room staff
              documentation of your status.
  • NCAA Eligibility
             -Review the Summary of Regulations
             -Sign the Student-Athlete Statement concerning the following areas:
                   -Part I: Statement Concerning Eligibility
                   -Part II: Buckley Amendment
                   -Part III: Results of Drug Tests
             -Sign the Drug Testing Consent
             -Sign the Student-Athlete Authorization Consent
  • Medical Recheck Form
             -Use the date of your last physical and the last time you were medically cleared
              to participate in athletics.  First years and juniors, and those who have not competed
              for the athletics program within the last year, are required to have an updated
              physical (see note below).
                     -First years and juniors only: please use your current physical date!
                     -Fall athletes who participated in spring NON-TRADITIONAL use 03/2015
                     -Fall athletes who did NOT participate in a non-traditional segment or spring use 08/2014
                     -Winter athletes should use 09/2014
                     -Spring athletes should use 02/2015

    NOTE: When completing the grid, if you choose YES to any question, please be sure to detail as much information as possible.  For example, please give dates, tests (i.e. x-rays that were performed), did you see a physician, did you return to play during the season you were injured or sick.

  • Emergency Contact (located under Personal Information)
  • Proof of Insurance (located under Personal Information, drop down of other)

Physicals:  All first-year and junior student-athletes, or student-athletes who have not competed for a College team within the past year, are required to have a complete physical exam by their home care provider.  The Report of Health Evaluation form should be returned to Health Services no later than July 1.  It is important to note that physicals must be within six months from the start date of the student-athlete's first allowable day of practice.