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- This article is about an informal term for college students that are involved with Science Olympiad. For the original humorous version of this page, see Division D/Original.
Division D is an informal name commonly used to refer to participating in Science Olympiad after graduating high school. Specifically, it tends to refer to clubs run by universities that run tournaments and reach out to competing Division B and Division C teams. Such groups have run invitationals such as the MIT Invitational and Cornell Invitational, and have developed technologies such as Ezra Tech.
Many Division D students also coach teams, or supervise events at competitions. Despite being unable to compete themselves, college students can still be involved in Science Olympiad in a variety of ways.