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Promoting Student-Athlete Wellness and Substance Abuse Prevention

FAQ

FAQs:

Division II APPLE Training Institute

March 22-24, 2019 | Grapevine, TX

Who is the “team contact?”

The team contact is the institutional representative willing to lead the “prevention” team. He/she can be an athletics administrator, student affairs officer, coach, faculty member, etc.

What is the “prevention” team?

The “prevention” team is a group of individuals from the institution who will participate in the Division II APPLE Training Institute and develop their athletics department’s substance abuse strategic plan.

Who is on the “prevention” team?

Four to six individuals – at least two must be student-athletes. Administrator representation is not limited to individuals working within the athletics department.

What are the requirements for student-athlete attendees?

Their eligibility must not expire prior to the 2018-2019 academic year. Rising sophomores and juniors are encouraged.

What expenses are covered for the Division II APPLE Training Institute?

  • Shared double occupancy hotel rooms on Friday and Saturday night;
  • Meals beginning with the Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast;
  • Travel to and from Dallas, Texas;
  • One-time stipend of $75 per participant for incidentals, such as ground transportation and meals not provided at the institute. This stipend will be issued to the individual participants, and may not be issued to the institution.

Who can I contact if I have more questions/concerns?

Ryan Jones, associate director of Division II,

rjones@ncaa.org | 317-917-6629

Lisa Rogers, administrative assistant for Division II,

lrogers@ncaa.org | 317-917-6776