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Patrick JamisonTeam: Men's Track & Field
Brenicke JohnsonTeam: Women's Track & Field
New Meetings added to Schedule
Charge to Steering Committee
An important step in the process of USC Upstate’s certification for NCAA’s Division I is a comprehensive self-study. The self-study is intended to benefit the institution by providing an opportunity to increase awareness campus-wide, to affirm the positive aspects of intercollegiate athletics, and to prepare a plan to resolve any problems of the athletics program that are identified. The completed self-study report will be evaluated by a team of your peers from other NCAA colleges, universities, and conference offices.
The Athletics Self-Study Steering Committee is representative of key campus constituent groups and has the authority and responsibility to conduct a thorough self-study in accordance with the guidelines of the NCAA and to speak on behalf of the institution to the peer-review team and the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification. The self-study is a high priority of the University and necessary support and resources will be provided. The Steering Committee has the authority to look critically at the institution's shortcomings, to recommend plans for improvement, and to speak on behalf of the institution to the peer-review team and to the NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification, which ultimately will make the decision regarding the institution's certification status.
The Steering Committee is charged with the following responsibilities:
For questions and comments contact Dr. Diane M. Daane, Chair of the Steering Committee.
ResourcesSteering CommitteeGovernance and Compliance SubcommitteeAcademic Integrity Subcommittee Gender, Diversity, and Student-Athlete Well-Being Subcommittee
Contact UsDiane M. Daane
Steering Committee Chair
Phone: (864) 503-5832
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Spartanburg, SC 29302Faculty/Staff Directory
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