External/Internal Compliance Reports
EADA (Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act)
The EADA is an annual report that is required by the federal government. The report includes information on athletic participation, staffing, revenues and expenses for every sports team at the institution. The gathered information reflects the institution’s commitment to maintaining an equitable status for all men’s and women’s sports. Please click on the link below to access a copy of Philadelphia University’s EADA report.
The NCAA ISSG is a comprehensive self-study that is completed every 5 years in order to evaluate the athletics program. The study is prepared with the intention of addressing and correcting possible problems or issues in order to enhance the integrity of the athletics program. Please click on the link below to review the ISSG report for Philadelphia University completed in 2011.
GSR/ASR (Graduation Success Rate/Academic Success Rate)
The Academic Success Rate Report (ASR) is mandated by the NCAA and compiled by Division II institutions annually. This is the seventh year for the Division II ASR, which continues to demonstrate that student-athletes graduate at a much higher rate than the general study body. The study was based on data from the entering class of 2005. Unlike the Graduation Success Rate Report (GSR) used by Division I institutions, the ASR includes data on transfer students and student-athletes not receiving athletic scholarships. Therefore, the ASR captures the financial aid model of Division II. The report dispels the myth that student-athletes do not perform well academically. In fact, the report illustrates that Division II student-athletes perform far better than the general student body. Please click on the links below to review Philadelphia University’s ASR data.
NCAA Demographic Sports Sponsorship Report
The NCAA Sports Sponsorship Report is an annual report that is submitted to the NCAA as well as the conference office. The report documents opportunities available to participate in sports for which the NCAA sponsors championships. In addition, it gathers data on various team demographics in order to identify trends, patterns, and statistics.