Where Is NCAA Corporate Office Headquarters

NCAA Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 700 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 317-917-6222
  • Fax Number: 317-917-6888
  • Email: NCAATickets@turner.com
  • Number of Employees: 2286
  • Established: March 31, 1906
  • Founder: Theodore Roosevelt
  • Key People: Mark Emmert

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700 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States

NCAA Headquarters Executive Team

Mark Emmert

President

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Donald M. Remy

COO & CLO

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Katrice A. Albert

EVP, Inclusion and HR

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Stan Wilcox

Executive Vice President of Regulatory Affairs

Joni Comstock

Senior Vice President of Championships

Dan Gavitt

Senior Vice President of Basketball

Brian Hainline

Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer

Kathleen McNeely

Senior Vice President of Administration

Cari Van Senus

Vice President of Policy and Chief of Staff

Scott Bearby

Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Jon Duncan

Vice President of Enforcement

Dan Dutcher

Vice President of Division III

Terri Steeb Gronau

Vice President of Division II

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  • Don says:

    When has ncaa division 1 become a political organization? Why all the blm emblems on the jerseys, I view this as divisive.

     
  • Rick says:

    I have an easy (common sense) first step to help protect our women athletes while you work to decide what rules are appropriate concerning transgender athletes competing against women.

    Just announce a new rule that states no athlete that has competed as a male may compete as a female. This rule will have to be one of many considerations when one decides to transition to a male.

     
  • Dave says:

    Please return fairness to our sports. We need to create a fair and safe category for Trans and non binary to compete.
    The way it is happening now is blatantly not fair to the other athletes. In polls a majority of the country disagrees with the current fairness to the athletes. I’m certain it can’t feel good for the Trans athletes either when they are ignored by crowds at the finish. Please start to fix the situation, as a public we are all frustrated and tuning out. With the current cancel culture it will take real leadership and bravery to figure this out and make a change.

     
  • Brenda Stephens says:

    I think it’s time you people at the NCAA get off your duff and make a decision about the University of Louisville’s infractions back in 2013, the year they won the championship that you took away. I think 10 years is long enough to wait to see how you plan to penalize the basketball program. I think you should penalize those on the team that were involved as well as the coaches at that time. The college can’t recruit or anything until they know what’s going to happen. You sit up there on your thrones and let schools like Duke get by paying kids to come okay for them, you let colleges like North Carolina offer a class that doesn’t exist but because they offered it to other students it’s ok. Maybe sex should have been offered to other students not just the basketball boys then you could let them off the hook like you did North Carolina.
    and Duke.

     
  • James says:

    The officials in the Auburn vs Alabama basketball need to be looked at. This was the biggest joke of a game. I could do a better job.

     
  • Bob Warden says:

    I have never seen in my 71 years, a more incompetent bunch of NCAA Football Officiating (including many of the replays) than was on display this season (2019). Additionally, If I didn’t know better, I would swear that their is a outright bias FOR the SEC and ACC, over the Big 10, witness the Ohio State vs. Clemson game and Michigan vs. Alabama game! It is appalling that Officials can and do change the outcome of many games in missing or wrongly overturning, so many obvious calls! And finally, let the players play! Just plain BAD referees!

     
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