The Geneva College Sports Medicine staff is responsible for your injury prevention, care, and safety while participating in athletics. In order to provide the appropriate care upon your arrival and during your stay on campus we request your cooperation with the following items. Should you have any questions regarding the submission of paperwork, please contact the athletic training staff directly.
Geneva College understands that it is a privilege for a student to represent Geneva College on or off the field and the responsibility of such representation is a matter of both character and integrity. Geneva College, along with the NCAA, seeks to uphold this responsibility by providing programs to insure a fair, safe, healthy and honorable field of play. View Geneva's Random Drug Testing Policy.
Any student-athlete that is currently taking prescription medications for Attention Deficit Disorder, Anxiety, or Depression must have a letter from the prescribing physician ON-FILE in the athletic training room by completing the ADHD Examination Form. The medications normally prescribed for the above conditions can result in a positive NCAA drug test. The information is required by the NCAA to be On-File prior to any drug testing administration as athletic eligibility can be affected by a positive drug test. Please follow the instructions to complete these additional requirements if you meet the above description.
All student-athletes are eligible for random drug testing by the NCAA. In order to protect yourself and remain eligible to participate in collegiate athletics, please read the list of NCAA Banned Substances.