Oregon NIL Law for NCAA

On June 29th, 2021, Oregon passed a Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) law for their colleges and institutions. Oregon saw its NIL legislation go live the same day it was signed, effective June 29, 2021. Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 5 allowing intercollegiate student-athletes the ability to earn compensation for the use of their NIL.

Update: On March 7th, 2022, Oregon lawmakers passed an additional NIL bill, Senate Bill 1505, requiring that individuals who create a college sports team jersey, video game or trading card for profit makes a royalty payment to the applicable student-athletes for the use of their NIL. This new provision with serve as the first amendment to the existing legislation.

BILL STATUS: Signed into Law
EFFECTIVE DATE: 06/29/2021
NCAA INSTITUTIONS: 9
ESTIMATED NCAA ATHLETES: 2,700
HIGH SCHOOL NIL LEGISLATION: No

Last Updated 08/22/22