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Tracker: NIL Policies by Institution

Disclaimer: The information provided below is updated as frequently as possible, and although we try to ensure all information provided is accurate, we cannot guarantee that these links are to the most current version of school rules. Student athletes, brands and other interested parties should always check in with the relevant athletic department to ensure you have the latest version of the rules before relying on them in making business decisions.

We’re doing our best to track institutional-level NIL rules and regulations here. If you’ve seen something we’ve missed, we’d love to hear about it.

NIL Laws by State

NIL Marketplaces

Last updated September 17, 2021

Organizational Policies

NCAA – Division I, II and III (passed)

NAIA (passed)

NJCAA (passed)

Conference Policies

Colonial Athletic Association

Ivy League

Institutional NIL Policies by State

Alabama

Alabama A&M

Auburn University

Jacksonville State University

Samford University

University of Alabama

Arizona

Arizona State University

University of Arizona

Arkansas

University of Central Arkansas

University of Arkansas (important info on exclusive partners of Arkansas)

California

Cal State East Bay

Fresno State University

San Diego State University

San Jose State University

Stanford University

University of California, Los Angeles (more NIL information here)

University of Southern California

Colorado

Colorado State University

University of Colorado

Connecticut

University of Connecticut

Florida

Florida Atlantic University

Florida State University

University of Florida

University of North Florida

Georgia

Georgia Southern University

University of Georgia

Illinois

DePaul University

McKendree University

Indiana

Ball State University

Trine University

University of Indiana

Kansas

Kansas State University

Washburn University

Wichita State University (policy not posted on athletics site, but AD detailed in a news interview)

Kentucky

University of Louisville

University of Kentucky

Louisiana

Louisiana State University

University of Louisiana System (includes Grambling State, Louisiana Tech, McNeese State, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Southeastern Louisiana, University of Louisiana Lafayette, University of Louisiana Monroe and University of New Orleans)

Massachusetts

American International College

Northeastern University

University of Massachusetts

University of Massachusetts Lowell

Michigan

Michigan State University

University of Michigan

Mississippi

University of Mississippi

Minnesota

Minnesota State University

University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota Duluth

Missouri

University of Missouri

Montana

University of Montana

Nebraska

Doane University

Nebraska Wesleyan University

University of Nebraska

New Jersey

Princeton University

New York

Binghamton University

Colgate University (final policy still in progress)

Le Moyne College

Sienna College

North Carolina

Davidson College

Duke University

Elon University

North Carolina State University

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Wingate University

North Dakota

North Dakota State University

Ohio

Ohio State University

Oklahoma

Oklahoma State University

University of Oklahoma (specific conflicts detailed)

Oregon

University of Oregon

Pennsylvania

Duquesne University

South Carolina

Clemson University

Furman University

University of South Carolina

Texas

East Texas Baptist University

Rice University

Texas A&M University

University of North Texas

University of Texas

Utah

Brigham Young University

Dixie State University

Weber State University

Virginia

James Madison University

West Virginia

West Virginia University

Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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