Nominations are now being accepted for student-athlete delegates for the 2nd Annual NIL Summit. The submission deadline is Wednesday, May 10th, 2023, unless registration capacity is reached prior to said date.
WHO CAN NOMINATE
RULES AND ELIGIBILITY
To be nominated to attend the NIL Summit, student-athletes must satisfy the following guidelines:
- Have at least one (1) semester of eligibility remaining during the 2023-2024 academic year.
- Be currently enrolled, or committed to enroll, at the academic institution submitting the nomination.
- Have participated in at least one (1) NIL transaction by the nomination deadline.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What costs are associated with a student-athlete's attendance?
For all institutions, the registration cost is $500 per student-athlete. All deposits made during early-bird registration will be credited towards the final registration cost. Institutions are also responsible for covering the cost of student-athlete(s) travel to and from Atlanta, as well as a 2-night stay at the Omni Atlanta Hotel at $275 per student-athlete. Ground transportation for guests will be provided to and from the airport and the Omni.
For institutions with a service agreement with INFLCR for any team, the first student-athlete they nominate to attend the Summit shall have no registration cost. All student-athletes nominated for an individual NIL Award also have complimentary admission to the Summit.
Are all student-athletes nominated by an institution guaranteed a spot?
Will only student-athletes who are nominated by their institution be allowed to attend?
Are recently graduated student-athletes allowed to attend? What about incoming freshmen?
Can The Costs Associated With A Student-Athlete’s Attendance Be Paid By Entities Outside The Institution?
Are athletic administrators and coaches allowed to attend?
Yes! Athletic departments are encouraged to send administrators and coaches to attend the NIL Summit, which will feature a special track focused specifically on best practices for institutions and teams in the NIL space. Spots are currently limited two (2) athletic department representatives (non-student-athletes), and admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Institutions that send a full delegation of ten (10) student-athletes will be allowed to register an administrator or coach to attend the Summit at no cost. Depending on capacity, there may be additional opportunities to register athletic department representatives at a later date.