Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act EADA of 1994

Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosure Form

Program Title and Description:

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act EADA of 1994. (NCAA GENDER EQUALITY SURVEY) - An NCAA analysis of data collected on a sport by sport basis for all institutions that participate in any federal student aid program that have an intercollegiate athletic program.

Who is Responsible for Reporting?

Primary Contact
Melissa Goodman, Assistant Director of Athletics for Business Administration
HSC 300
Secondary Contact(s)
Casey Hunt, Senior Associate Director of Athletics/SWA
HSC  300

Where is Report Physically Located?

The Duane G. Myer Library

What Should be Reported?

  • The number of Undergraduates (i.e. full-time baccalaureate, degree-seeking students) by gender
  • Athletic participation
  • Head coaches assignments
  • Assistant coaches assignments
  • Operating expenses
  • Recruiting expenditure
  • Athletically related student aid
  • Revenues
  • Head coaches salaries
  • Assistant coaches salaries, and 
  • Overall revenues and expenses.

When Should it be Reported?

October 30 each year (for the previous year)

Where is it to be Reported?

Electronically via The Equity in Data Analysis Cutting Tool database.

The Equity in Data Analysis Cutting Tool database consists of athletics data that are submitted annually as required by the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA), via a Web-based data collection, by all co-educational postsecondary institutions that receive Title IV funding (i.e., those that participate in federal student aid programs) and that have an intercollegiate athletics program.

Why Should it be Reported?

Required by law under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) of 1994.

How is it Reported?

Annually through Intercollegiate Athletics and Institutional Research

If Notification is Required, How is it Reported?


Faculty, staff, students and any interested party may review a copy of the report kept on file at the Duane G. Meyer Library.