Palm Beach Atlantic University currently holds corresponding membership with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In the Summer of 2007, PBA became a full-functioning member in the NCAA Division II. Accordingly, the Department of Athletics at Palm Beach Atlantic University endeavors to comply with all applicable NCAA rules and regulations.
The NCAA Compliance general principle surrounds both honesty and sportsmanship. Individuals employed by (or associated with) a member institution to administer, conduct or coach intercollegiate athletics, and all participating student-athletes, shall deport themselves with honesty and sportsmanship at all times so that intercollegiate athletics as a whole, their institutions and they, as individuals, shall represent the honor and dignity of fair play and the generally recognized high standards associated with wholesome competitive sports. We at Palm Beach Atlantic University choose to hold ourselves to a high standard involving compliance with our administrators, coaches, student-athletes, as well as any future student-athletes.
Junior Associate Registrar
INFORMATION FOR CURRENT STUDENT-ATHLETES
- 2016-2017 PBA Student-Athlete Handbook
- Eligibility Reinstatement
- Sports Wagering
- Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
SICKLE CELL EDUCATION
Although all 50 states screen for the sickle cell trait at birth, most people are unaware of their status. The Palm Beach Atlantic University Athletic Department recommends every student-athlete, including those who wish to try-out, confirm their sickle cell trait status prior to participating in intercollegiate athletics.
Please refer to the following educational links for important information regarding sickle cell trait:
INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENT-ATHLETES
The NCAA Eligibility Center (Formerly the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse)
(OTHER INCOMING STUDENT-ATHLETES)
Initial Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Boosters, Fans, Alumni, and Friends
Completion of Graduation/Transfer Out Rates
2015-2016 EADA Report