The Tracy Rule

The Tracy Rule is the most comprehensive serious misconduct policy in collegiate athletics, and it meets compliance requirements of the NCAA Campus Sexual Violence Policy. In 2020, the NCAA policy was expanded, and member programs must begin attestation in the 2022-23 academic year.

We have already done the work for you. Please refer to the Tracy Rule templates and contact us for assistance with adoption and implementation.

Read the NCAA's policy regarding campus sexual violence below.

NCAA CAMPUS Sexual Violence Policy

DOWNLOAD Tracy Rule Templates

The Tracy RuleDue Diligence FormDue Diligence for Transfers

The first NCAA School to adopt The Tracy Rule was The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) in 2019 – Learn more about the historic adoption of this policy here:

UTSA Adopting the Tracy Rule ►

UVA Wise became the second school in the nation to adopt the most comprehensive policy on serious misconduct in college sports.

UVA Wise News - UVA Wise Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Title IX ►

For a more comprehensive understanding of the issue of violent athletes in NCAA sports, and the importance of The Tracy Rule, please read the following USA Today four-part investigative series titled, "Predator Pipeline" by Kenny Jacoby

USA Today - Predator Pipeline ►
USA Today - Colleges take athletes' word about sexual assault history ►