NACDA & its Affiliate Associations Launch Newly Designed Websites

Feb. 24, 2011

CLEVELAND - The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), along with its affiliate associations, today unveiled a new look to their official websites. The redesign provides visitors with access to more news and information related to NACDA and its affiliates.

In addition to an updated look, one of the most notable enhancements to the new sites are the direct links to social networking platforms for the Association's. The websites, which were developed in conjunction with College Network, were designed with a more streamlined appearance, with the intent of providing the most pertinent information above the "fold" of the page in the browser.

"It had been four years since our sites had been updated and it was time to make a change," stated NACDA Deputy Executive Director Bob Vecchione. "The redesign of NACDA and its affiliate association websites has allowed us to take a fresh approach from both a design and content perspective. It's important for us to continue to strive to find new ways to incorporate the most recent up to date technology."

Please visit the newly designed websites:
National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics -
College Athletic Business Management Association -
Collegiate Event and Facility Management Association -
Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association -
Division II Athletics Directors Association -
Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association -
International Collegiate Licensing Association -
McLendon Foundation -  
Minority Opportunities Athletic Association -
National Association for Athletics Compliance -  
National Association of Athletic Development Directors -
National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators -  
National Alliance of Two Year College Athletic Administrators -



About NACDA: NACDA, now in its 46th year, is the professional and educational association for more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. More than 2,200 athletics administrators annually attend the NACDA Convention. Additionally, NACDA administers 11 professional associations for the separate business units that report directly to the athletics directors. For more information on NACDA, visit