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Jr. National Commodore Club

Start a lifetime of support for your young Vanderbilt fan!

The Jr. National Commodore Club is an excellent start to a lifetime of supporting Vanderbilt Athletics. For just $50 per child a year, Jr. NCC membership includes the following fun benefits:

  •  Jr. NCC t-shirt, drawstring bag and bracelet
  •  Commodore school packet with note pad, pen and folder
  •  Star V pin and NCC decal
  •  Invitations to Jr. NCC events
  •  Free admission to select athletic events
  •  National Commodore Club priority points
Sign up your young fan today for the Jr. NCC by downloading the 2014–15 membership form

To comply with NCAA regulations, Jr. NCC membership must be purchased by a family member. Provide the relationship to the member in the contact information section of the membership form. Once a member turns 14 years old, he or she is no longer eligible for Jr. NCC benefits. Current Jr. NCC membership runs from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.
 

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  • "Coming from California, Vanderbilt became my new home. With the opportunity to compete at the highest level of academics and basketball, I have learned that I represent something bigger than myself. I will forever be a part of the Vanderbilt family, and I know my family at home will be very proud once I receive my degree.” —Jasmine Lister,
    Women’s Basketball


  • “Vanderbilt gives me choices like no other school. I can earn a prestigious degree, compete in the SEC and play in front of thousands of great fans. I can't imagine being anywhere else.” —Rod Odom,
    Men’s Basketball


  • "The opportunity to be a student-athlete and get an education at Vanderbilt University has developed my mind more than anything else. I've learned that discipline and work ethic, among other things, allow you to break past the barriers that your body and mind have created to become the best you can be athletically and academically. I am blessed to be a Vanderbilt Commodore.” —Tyler Beede,
    Baseball