NCAA Division I conferences and member institutions revenue distribution 2010-2018

NCAA revenue returned to Division I conferences and member institutions from 2010/11 to 2017/18 (in million U.S. dollars)

NCAA Division I conferences and member institutions revenue distribution 2010-2018 The statistic depicts the amount of the total revenue, generated by the NCAA, that is returned to the Division I conferences and member institutions from 2010/11 and 2017/18. 164.94 million U.S. dollars of NCAA revenue was allocated towards the Basketball fund in 2017/18.
NCAA returned revenue -- additional information

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a nonprofit association which regulates intercollegiate sports in the U.S. Within the association, universities are organized into three divisions, D1, D2 and D3. The largest universities with a minimum of 14 sports for males and females are classified as Division I schools. These universities heavily invest on sports facilities, offer more scholarships, and have large budgets. Division II schools also offer scholarships for athletes, but are usually smaller than Division I schools. Between television and marketing rights fees, championships & NIT tournaments, sales and services, which are the most profitable segments for NCAA, the association generated around 900 million U.S. dollars in annual revenue.

As a non-profit organization, about 96 percent of NCAA’s total revenue is distributed to conference members and institutions, used for programs that benefit student-athletes or used to support championships. NCAA Division I, the association’s most important division, accounts for the largest share of NCAA expenses. In 2015, around 660 million U.S. dollars were spent on Division I members, and Division I championships, programs and NIT tournaments, while only 37 million U.S. dollars were dedicated to Division II matters. For 2015/16, the total NCAA revenue returned to Division I conferences and member institutions added up to about 545 million U.S. dollars.

Much of this investment is directed to basketball, as men’s basketball is the second most popular college sport in the U.S. The basketball fund, which is divided between Division I conferences based on their tournament performance over a six-year period, accounts for about 37 percent of NCAA’s returned revenue. Another significant share – about 25 percent – of the returned revenue is spent on the grant-in-aid fund. This fund is distributed according to the number of athletic grants an institution granted in the prior academic year. The student-athlete assistance fund, which aims to provide academic-support programs for Division I student-athletes, receives the third largest amount of returned revenue – nearly 80 million U.S. dollars in 2015/2016.
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NCAA revenue returned to Division I conferences and member institutions from 2010/11 to 2017/18 (in million U.S. dollars)

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Conference Grant*Basketball fundGrant-In-Aid fundSports-Sponsorship fundStudent-Athlete Opportunity fundAcademic Enhancement fundSupplemental SupportStudent Support FundSpecial Assistance FundEqual Conference Fund
2017/189.72164.94143.3573.2966.348.02--18.1851.7
2016/179.46159.71139.571.3264.5246.73--17.69-
2015/169.2205135.6569.3579.9426.54-18.9--
2014/158.96199.2131.8667.3377.7626.92----
2013/148.7193.58129.0564.5375.5725.11.07---
2012/138.47188.31125.5462.7773.5124.411.04---
2011/128.3202134.767.386.124.6----
2010/11-193.9137.464.659.722.4----
Conference Grant*Basketball fundGrant-In-Aid fundSports-Sponsorship fundStudent-Athlete Opportunity fundAcademic Enhancement fundSupplemental SupportStudent Support FundSpecial Assistance FundEqual Conference Fund
2017/189.72164.94143.3573.2966.348.02--18.1851.7
2016/179.46159.71139.571.3264.5246.73--17.69-
2015/169.2205135.6569.3579.9426.54-18.9--
2014/158.96199.2131.8667.3377.7626.92----
2013/148.7193.58129.0564.5375.5725.11.07---
2012/138.47188.31125.5462.7773.5124.411.04---
2011/128.3202134.767.386.124.6----
2010/11-193.9137.464.659.722.4----
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The statistic depicts the amount of the total revenue, generated by the NCAA, that is returned to the Division I conferences and member institutions from 2010/11 and 2017/18. 164.94 million U.S. dollars of NCAA revenue was allocated towards the Basketball fund in 2017/18.
NCAA returned revenue -- additional information

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is a nonprofit association which regulates intercollegiate sports in the U.S. Within the association, universities are organized into three divisions, D1, D2 and D3. The largest universities with a minimum of 14 sports for males and females are classified as Division I schools. These universities heavily invest on sports facilities, offer more scholarships, and have large budgets. Division II schools also offer scholarships for athletes, but are usually smaller than Division I schools. Between television and marketing rights fees, championships & NIT tournaments, sales and services, which are the most profitable segments for NCAA, the association generated around 900 million U.S. dollars in annual revenue.

As a non-profit organization, about 96 percent of NCAA’s total revenue is distributed to conference members and institutions, used for programs that benefit student-athletes or used to support championships. NCAA Division I, the association’s most important division, accounts for the largest share of NCAA expenses. In 2015, around 660 million U.S. dollars were spent on Division I members, and Division I championships, programs and NIT tournaments, while only 37 million U.S. dollars were dedicated to Division II matters. For 2015/16, the total NCAA revenue returned to Division I conferences and member institutions added up to about 545 million U.S. dollars.

Much of this investment is directed to basketball, as men’s basketball is the second most popular college sport in the U.S. The basketball fund, which is divided between Division I conferences based on their tournament performance over a six-year period, accounts for about 37 percent of NCAA’s returned revenue. Another significant share – about 25 percent – of the returned revenue is spent on the grant-in-aid fund. This fund is distributed according to the number of athletic grants an institution granted in the prior academic year. The student-athlete assistance fund, which aims to provide academic-support programs for Division I student-athletes, receives the third largest amount of returned revenue – nearly 80 million U.S. dollars in 2015/2016.
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April 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2010/11 to 2017/18
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* The "Conference Grant" segment was not reported in 2010/11
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