NCAA DRUG TESTING

 

POLICY

With their approval of Proposal No. 30 at the January1986 NCAA Convention and Proposal Nos. 52-54 at the January 1990 Convention, NCAA institutions reaffirmed their dedication to the ideal of fair and equitable competition at their championships and postseason certified events.  At the same time, they took another step in the protection of the health and safety of the student-athletes competing therein.  So that no one participant might have an artificially induced advantage, so that no one participant might be pressured to use chemical substances in order to remain competitive, and to safeguard the health and safety of participants, this NCAA drug-testing program was created.  The program involves urine collection on specific occasions and laboratory analyses for substances on a list of banned-drug classes developed by the NCAA Executive Committee.† This list consists of substances generally purported to be performance enhancing and/or potentially harmful to the health and safety of the student-athlete. The drug classes specifically include stimulants (such as amphetamines and cocaine) and anabolic steroids, as well as other drugs. †This list was approved initially by the 1986 NCAA Convention.”

The NCAA Drug Testing Policy is a year round policy.  This means that you may be tested during the summer months.  Below are links from the NCAA regarding summer drug testing and a list of Banned Substances

Banned Substances

Summer Drug Testing

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