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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 02:26pm
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Pay Grade for College Officiating (Mens and Womens)

I am interested in the pay for officiating at the college level both on the Men's and Women's side of the game.
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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 02:59pm
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I am interested in the pay for officiating at the college level both on the Men's and Women's side of the game.
$10,000 per game plus travel and full benefits.
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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 03:06pm
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I believe the fee is the same for men's and women's.

Your mileage may vary, but here are some ball park numbers

JUCO: $125
DIII: $175
DII: $250
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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 03:12pm
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I believe the fee is the same for men's and women's.

Your mileage may vary, but here are some ball park numbers

JUCO: $125
DIII: $175
DII: $250
Seems correct for my area too, couple NAIA leagues vary from 175-190.
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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 06:31pm
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JuCo: $150
D3: $180-$190
D2: $200-$240
D1: $700-$3,500

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Old Tue Aug 08, 2017, 10:47pm
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JuCo: $150
D3: $180-$190
D2: $200-$240
D1: $700-$3,500

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Old Wed Aug 09, 2017, 11:24am
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In KS, we got raises this year to $200 for JuCo and $195 to NAIA. I believe D2 is still $250. D3 doesn't exist around here.
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Old Wed Aug 09, 2017, 02:15pm
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In KS, we got raises this year to $200 for JuCo and $195 to NAIA. I believe D2 is still $250. D3 doesn't exist around here.
Actually ... the increase for the KCAC doesn't hit until the 2018-19 season. The conference office just announced it early.
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2017, 08:29am
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I believe the fee is the same for men's and women's.

Your mileage may vary, but here are some ball park numbers

JUCO: $125
DIII: $175
DII: $250
Does that include mileage or is that a contract fee inclusive of your mileage? Here it is for us:

JUCO: $125 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
NAIA: $135 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
DIII: $175-$250 Contract fee based upon mileage ranges.
DII: $325 Contract fee regardless of mileage (not nearly enough for many
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Old Thu Aug 17, 2017, 09:50am
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Does that include mileage or is that a contract fee inclusive of your mileage? Here it is for us:

JUCO: $125 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
NAIA: $135 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
DIII: $175-$250 Contract fee based upon mileage ranges.
DII: $325 Contract fee regardless of mileage (not nearly enough for many
games)
$325 for a DII game is extremely high. How far is the travel?

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Old Tue Aug 22, 2017, 01:11pm
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JuCo: $130-$140
NAIA: $175-$205
D3: $190-$210
D2: $210-$275
D1: $750-$3500
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Old Wed Aug 23, 2017, 02:12pm
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Does that include mileage or is that a contract fee inclusive of your mileage? Here it is for us:

JUCO: $125 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
NAIA: $135 plus mileage for the driver (crews sent together)
DIII: $175-$250 Contract fee based upon mileage ranges.
DII: $325 Contract fee regardless of mileage (not nearly enough for many
games)
Mileage he says . We get nothing and like it in the Mid-Atlantic. Where are you working?
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Old Thu Aug 24, 2017, 12:41pm
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Mileage he says . We get nothing and like it in the Mid-Atlantic. Where are you working?
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Quite a few years ago, while I was still reffing, I got asked to work a "fund-raising" game for the athletic fund at our local high school. A team of teachers and coaches were going to play a game against the "Portland Trailblazer's Alumni Team". This was a team made up of former Blazer players like Chris Dudley, Brian Grant, Terry Porter, Dale Schlueter, Jerome Kersey and Buck Williams. The game was held at the local HS gym and I worked it with another local ref.

All the admission money and profit from snacks went to the HS athletic fund. The gym was full, so I expected they made some good money.

How much was I paid for working the game? NADA. Since all three of my kids were either going or would be going to that HS, I did it for free. Oh yeah, the other ref did the same thing.

After the game (won by the Blazers) the Blazer coach came over to us and told us we worked a really good game. It made quite an impression on me to get that kind of comment from Blazer GM Harry Glickman.
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