Rust College’s Program of Intercollegiate Athletics is instrumental in educating participants and other students in moral and ethical values inherent in the program. As such, we do all within our power to assist our student athletes in attaining their goals and objectives. Bearcat Athletes are proven leaders. An athlete’s role at Rust College is that of working cooperatively with members of his or her respective team, faculty, staff and fellow students, providing leadership which will assist in the realization in all of our goals and objectives.
Rust College is a member of the NCAA Division III. We place our highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience. In so doing, Rust seeks to strengthen the integration of objectives and programs rather than on spectators. and greater emphasis on the internal constituency (students, alumni, and special friends) than on the general public and its entertainment needs.
Rust College’s Athletics Program is in full compliance with the National Collegiate Athletic Association ‘s Constitution, Operating By-laws, Administrative By-laws, and Administrative Organizations.
The Athletics Area participates in the following intercollegiate sports: Female Sports (Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Tennis, Track & Field and Volleyball). Male Sports (Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis, Track & Field, and Volleyball).
What we are most proud of within the athletics department is the student athletes’ graduation rate. Of the student athletes who entered Rust College during the 2008-2009 academic year, 81% have graduated. This is our most outstanding accomplishment.
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