About SSI Learn

SSILearn.org is an online, educational component from the NCAA Sports Science Institute. Through video and interactive online courses, our goal is to educate coaches and student-athletes on various sports subjects by promoting and developing safety, excellence and wellness in intercollegiate student-athletes.

The NCAA Sport Science Institute (SSI) is the organization’s new national center for excellence for the study and improvement of health and safety in athletics. The SSI is devoted to research, education, collaboration, policy development, and best practice guidelines that will benefit the safety, excellence and wellness of the intercollegiate student-athlete.

About the Sports Science Institute

The NCAA Sport Science Institute (SSI) is the organization’s new national center for excellence for the study and improvement of health and safety in athletics. The SSI is devoted to research, education, collaboration, policy development, and best practice guidelines that will benefit the safety, excellence and wellness of the intercollegiate student-athlete.

In order to achieve its goals, the SSI is partnering with member institutions and organizations that can further its mission and vision. The SSI does not perform primary research on site, but instead works in a collaborative model with other groups in pursuit of common goals.

The core values of the SSI include:

  • Excellence: The SSI strives for excellence in disseminating information, fostering new ideas, and collaborating with key partners.
  • Integrity: The SSI is committed to fostering a culture of integrity and the highest ethical standards.
  • Inclusion and Collaboration: The SSI functions in collaboration with people and institutions from multiple backgrounds and points of view.
  • Commitment: The SSI is committed to ensuring that college student-athletes train and compete in a safe and healthy environment.
  • Leadership: The SSI is focused on providing the leading voice in promoting and developing safety, excellence, and wellness in athletes of all ages.