All student-athletes in a sport that can lead to a National Championship are eligible for testing and must complete the CCAA’s Drug Education Program. The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) is unequivocally opposed to the use of prohibited substances or prohibited methods that enhance sporting performance, risk health and/or are contrary to the spirit of sport. As such, the CCAA has adopted the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP).
The CCAA Drug Education and Doping Control Program will be conducted in cooperation with the Canadian Centre for ethics in Sport (CCES) in accordance with the CADP.
All student-athletes shall comply with the rules of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP). Only those student-athletes who have participated in the CCES Drug Education Program are considered to eligible to participate in the CCAA.
Mandatory Athlete Sessions
ImPact Baseline Concussion Testing
The ImPact test must be completed by varsity athletes in high risk sports.
These sports may include:
Fall 2021 Impact Testing – Must attend one session prior to first Exhibition game. Testing takes approximately 30 min.
Testing takes place at the Sutherland Campus Testing Centre. Soccer and Rugby are the primary focus for the following dates. More dates will become available for other sports.
Sutherland Campus ImPact Testing Dates:
Academic Advising & Sexual Assault
Academic success is important and crucial to the success of our athletes. For all varsity athletes in need of, or interested in academic advising, Athletics and Recreation offers on site academic advising. Charlie McGee, our Academic Advisor, can assist you with any academic concerns you may have.
Charlie McGee can be reached via email at email@example.com
Sexual Violence prevention training and Academic advising session:
One semester Fall sports: X-country, Soccer, Rugby
- Athlete session: TBD
Two semester sports: Curling, Basketball, Volleyball
- Athlete session: TBD
Varsity athletes are eligible for three free massage therapy treatments per year. To utilize these treatment sessions, please call 705-749-5538 or visit the Student Massage Clinic in person during normal College operating hours.
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