Division III (NCAA)

Division III (NCAA)

Division III (or DIII) is a division of the National Collegiate Athletic Association of the United States. The division consists of colleges and universities that choose not to offer athletically related financial aid (athletic scholarships) to their student-athletes.

It was formed in 1973 in a split of the College Division, the former second-tier division of NCAA member schools. The former College Division members that chose to offer scholarships became Division II, while the non-scholarship members became Division III.

Read more about Division III (NCAA):  Membership, Division III Schools With Division I Programs, Recent Changes

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