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Titan Athletic Program Certified

Campus Receives Full 10-Year Certification Following Self-Study and Peer-Review

May 7, 2007


Cal State Fullerton has recently received full 10-year certification from the NCAA Division I Committee on Athletics Certification.

“We’re very excited about this,” said Brian Quinn, Titan Athletics director. “The NCAA has deemed us as being compliant in all areas and by granting us full certification have said that at Cal State Fullerton things are being done the right way. Such certification enhances the reputation of the program and the institution.”

The purpose of athletics certification is to ensure integrity in the institution’s athletics program and to assist institutions in improving their athletics departments. NCAA legislation mandating athletics certification was adopted in 1993.

The certification process, which involves a self-study led by an institution’s president or chancellor, includes a review of governance and commitment to rules compliance, academic integrity, equity and student-athlete well-being. A designation of certified means that an institution operates its athletics program in substantial conformity with operating principles adopted by the Division I membership.


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