The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Champions of Character program instills an understanding of character values in sport and provides practical tools for student-athletes, coaches and parents to use in modeling exemplary character traits.
Launched by the NAIA in 2000, the Champions of Character program addresses character issues more comprehensively than any other national program for youth. The program reaches hundreds of thousands of students on nearly 300 college and university campuses in North America and extends into their surrounding communities.
The NAIA Champions of Character program is an educational outreach initiative that emphasizes the tenets of character and integrity not only for NAIA college students but also for younger students, coaches and parents in our communities.
Coaches, parents, administrators and community partners all have roles in developing students of character. The NAIA Champions of Character program brings them training, guidelines and behavior models to create positive environments that promote personal growth and fun sport activity.
five core values
RESPECT: Treat others the way you want to be treated.
RESPONSIBILITY: Embrace opportunities to contribute.
INTEGRITY: Know and do what is right.
SERVANT LEADERSHIP: Serve the common good.
SPORTSMANSHIP: Bring your best to all competition.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Huntington University junior Christiana Hicks was named this week’s Crossroads League Women’s Track Athlete of the Week as announced earlier today by the conference office.
Hicks broke the school record in the 200 meters in the Foresters’ season opener at the Robert H. Johnson Little Giant Invitational hosted by Wabash College on Saturday. The Fort Wayne native (Snider HS) clocked in at 26.37 to not only win the race but also earn the top spot in the HU record books.…