The Athletics Department at Bryn Athyn College is committed to educating its student-athletes on drugs, alcohol, hazing and the many other issues surrounding intercollegiate athletics today. This on-line resource is an initiative to assist the department in the educational process of its student-athletes.
Permission to Contact: Self-Release − NCAA Division III Form:
- Action: Complete form, sign and send to the director of athletics at institution where you wish to discuss a possible transfer.
- Authorized by: NCAA Bylaw 22.214.171.124.1.
- Purpose: To grant Division III student-athletes permission to contact other Division III institution's athletics department staff about a possible transfer.
- Period of Release: This permission to contact will be in effect for 30 days from the date this document is signed.
- Download Form: Click Here
Student Athlete Physicals:
Sports Medicine Physical Form, please sumbit Medical Form (PDF)
In efforts to follow the NCAA Banned Drugs Guidelines, all Bryn Athyn College athletes will follow the rules set by the NCAA.
For complete list of banned guidelines - Click Here!
Power Hours Program
Based on your cumulative GPA you must complete a set hours a week, and sign in with ACE instructor. Your requirements start this coming week. If you are not aware of the amount of hours you need to complete each week, please see the chart below or please ask your head coach.
The Power Hours Program exists to provide a supportive environment for student-athletes. The fundamental premise that underlies all else in the Department of Athletics is that each varsity athlete is first and foremost a student. The mission is to assist student-athletes in reaching their full potential. The program assists student-athletes in finding and maintaining a balance between the demands of athletics and academics and in preparing for “life after sport”. Through collaboration and integration with campus resources; programs and services are designed to enhance student-athletes’ overall development, well-being, and undergraduate experience.
All Freshman/Transfers: 4 hours a week
If GPA is 2.75 -2.50 = 2 hours
If GPA is 2.49 – 2.25 = 4 hours
If GPA is 2.24 or below = 6 hours
7:30-pm-9:30pm Math (in Library)
7:30-9:30pm Supported Study (in Brickman Great Hall)
10am-12pm – Science (Doering 218)
2pm – 5pm Supported Study (Brickman Great Hall)
2pm-5pm Supported Study (Brickman Great Hall)
7:30-9:30pm – Supported Study (Brickman Great Hall)
2pm-5pm – Supported Study (Brickman Great Hall)
7:30pm- 9:30pm Supported Study (Brickman Great Hall)
7:30pm-9:30pm Math (in Library)
Afternoon and evening – text ahead to ANN at 215-510-0069
Please direct questions to Denise Roessler – [email@example.com]firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Ann Buss [email@example.com]firstname.lastname@example.org or text 215-510-0069