List of NCAA Division II institutions


List of NCAA Division II institutions

The following American colleges and universities are classified as Division II for NCAA competition.

Notes:
*Following the normal standard of U.S. sports media, the terms "University" and "College" are ignored in alphabetization, unless necessary to distinguish schools (such as Boston College and Boston University) or are actually used by the media in normally describing the school, such as the College of Charleston.
*Schools are also alphabetized by the names they are most commonly referred to by sports media, with non-intuitive examples included in parentheses next to the school name.
*In sports in which the NCAA does not sanction a Division II championship (notable examples are men's and women's ice hockey and men's volleyball), schools that are otherwise Division II may compete in Division I.
*The prefix "St.", as in "Saint", is alphabetized as if it were spelled out.

Division II Institutions

Alabama

*Alabama-Huntsville (Huntsville)
*Miles (Fairfield)
*Montevallo (Montevallo)
*North Alabama (Florence)
*Stillman (Tuscaloosa)
*Tuskegee (Tuskegee)
*West Alabama (Livingston)

Alaska

*Alaska-Anchorage (Anchorage)
*Alaska-Fairbanks (Fairbanks)

Arizona

*Grand Canyon (Phoenix)

Arkansas

*University of Arkansas at Fort Smith (Fort Smith) [2nd Year Exploratory Membership]
*University of Arkansas at Monticello (Monticello)
*Arkansas Tech University (Russellville)
*Harding University (Searcy)
*Henderson State University (Arkadelphia)
*Ouachita Baptist University (Arkadelphia)
*Southern Arkansas University (Magnolia)

California

*California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Pomona)
*California State University, Chico (Chico)
*California State University, Dominguez Hills (Carson)
*California State University, East Bay (Hayward) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*California State University, Los Angeles (Los Angeles)
*California State University, Monterey Bay (Seaside)
*California State University, San Bernardino (San Bernardino)
*California State University, Stanislaus (Turlock)
*Dominican University of California (San Rafael) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*Humboldt State University (Arcata)
*Notre Dame de Namur University (Belmont)
*San Francisco State University (San Francisco)
*Sonoma State University (Rohnert Park)
*University of California, San Diego (La Jolla)

Colorado

*Adams State College (Alamosa)
*University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs)
*Colorado Christian University (Lakewood)
*Colorado School of Mines (Golden)
*Colorado State University-Pueblo (Pueblo)
*Fort Lewis College (Durango)
*Mesa State College (Grand Junction)
*Metropolitan State College of Denver (Denver)
*Regis University (Denver)
*Western State College of Colorado (Gunnison)

Connecticut

*University of Bridgeport (Bridgeport)
*University of New Haven (West Haven)
*Post University (Waterbury)
*Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven)

Delaware

*Goldey-Beacom College (Pike Creek Valley)
*Wilmington University (New Castle)

District of Columbia

*University of the District of Columbia (Washington)

Florida

*Barry University (Miami Shores)
*Eckerd College (St. Petersburg)
*Flagler College (St. Augustine)
*Florida Southern College (Lakeland)
*Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne)
*Lynn University (Boca Raton)
*Nova Southeastern University (Davie)
*Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach)
*Rollins College (Winter Park)
*Saint Leo University (St. Leo)
*St. Thomas University (Miami Gardens) [2nd Year Exploratory Membership]
*University of Tampa (Tampa)
*University of West Florida (Pensacola)

Georgia

*Albany State University (Albany)
*Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah)
*Augusta State University (Augusta)
*Clark Atlanta University (Atlanta)
*Clayton State University (Morrow)
*Columbus State University (Columbus)
*Fort Valley State University (Fort Valley)
*Georgia College and State University (Milledgeville)
*Georgia Southwestern State University (Americus)
*Morehouse College (Atlanta)
*North Georgia College and State University (Dahlonega)
*Paine College (Augusta)
*Valdosta State University (Valdosta)
*University of West Georgia (Carrollton)

Hawaii

*Brigham Young University-Hawaii (okinaie)
*Chaminade University (Honolulu)
*University of Hawaii at Hilo (Hilo)
*Hawaii Pacific University (Honolulu)

Idaho

*Northwest Nazarene University (Nampa)

Illinois

*University of Illinois at Springfield (Springfield) [2nd Year Exploratory Membership]
*Lewis University (Romeoville)
*Quincy University (Quincy)

Indiana

*University of Indianapolis (Indianapolis)
*Oakland City University (Oakland City)
*Saint Joseph's College, Indiana (Rensselaer)
*University of Southern Indiana (Evansville)

Iowa

*Upper Iowa University (Fayette)

Kansas

*Emporia State University (Emporia)
*Fort Hays State University (Hays)
*Newman University (Wichita)
*Pittsburg State University (Pittsburg)
*Washburn University (Topeka)

Kentucky

*Bellarmine University (Louisville)
*Kentucky State University (Frankfort)
*Kentucky Wesleyan College (Owensboro)
*Northern Kentucky University (Highland Heights)

Maryland

*Bowie State University (Bowie)
*Columbia Union College (Takoma Park)

Massachusetts

*American International College (Springfield)
*Assumption College (Worcester)
*Bentley College (Waltham)
*Merrimack College (North Andover)
*Stonehill College (North Easton)
*University of Massachusetts Lowell (Lowell)

Michigan

*Ferris State University (Big Rapids)
*Grand Valley State University (Allendale)
*Hillsdale College (Hillsdale)
*Lake Superior State University (Sault Ste. Marie)
*Michigan Technological University (Houghton)
*Northern Michigan University (Marquette)
*Northwood University (Midland)
*Saginaw Valley State University (University Center)
*Wayne State University (Detroit)

Minnesota

*Bemidji State University (Bemidji)
*Concordia University (St. Paul)
*University of Minnesota Crookston (Crookston)
*University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth)
*Minnesota State University Mankato (Mankato)
*Minnesota State University Moorhead (Moorhead)
*St. Cloud State University (St. Cloud)
*Southwest Minnesota State University (Marshall)
*Winona State University (Winona)

Mississippi

*Delta State University (Cleveland)

Missouri

*University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg)
*Drury University (Springfield)
*Lincoln University (Jefferson City)
*Maryville University (Maryville) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla)
*Missouri Southern State University (Joplin)
*Missouri Western State University (St. Joseph)
*Northwest Missouri State University (Maryville)
*Rockhurst University (Kansas City)
*Southwest Baptist University (Bolivar)
*Truman State University (Kirksville)
*University of Missouri–St. Louis (St. Louis)

Montana

*Montana State University-Billings (Billings)

Nebraska

*Chadron State College (Chadron)
*University of Nebraska at Kearney (Kearney)
*University of Nebraska at Omaha (Omaha)
*Wayne State College (Wayne)

New Hampshire

*Franklin Pierce University (Rindge)
*Saint Anselm College (Goffstown)
*Southern New Hampshire University (Manchester)

New Jersey

*Bloomfield College (Bloomfield)
*Caldwell College (Caldwell)
*Felician College (Lodi)
*Georgian Court University (Lakewood)

New Mexico

*Eastern New Mexico University (Portales)
*New Mexico Highlands University (Las Vegas)
*Western New Mexico University (Silver City)

New York

*Adelphi University (Garden City)
*Briarcliffe College (Long Island) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*College of Saint Rose (Albany)
*Concordia College (Bronxville)
*Dominican College (Orangeburg)
*Dowling College (Oakdale)
*Long Island University-C.W. Post (Brookville)
*Le Moyne College (DeWitt/Syracuse)
*Mercy College (Dobbs Ferry)
*Molloy College (Rockville Centre)
*New York Institute of Technology (Old Westbury)
*Nyack College (Nyack)
*Pace University (New York/Westchester County)
*Queens College (Queens, New York)
*St. Thomas Aquinas College (Sparkill)

North Carolina

*Barton College (Wilson)
*Belmont Abbey College (Belmont)
*Brevard College (Brevard)
*Catawba College (Salisbury)
*Chowan University (Murfreesboro)
*Elizabeth City State University (Elizabeth City)
*Fayetteville State University (Fayetteville)
*Johnson C. Smith University (Charlotte)
*Lees-McRae College (Banner Elk)
*Lenoir-Rhyne College (Hickory)
*Livingstone College (Salisbury)
*Mars Hill College (Mars Hill)
*Mount Olive College (Mount Olive)
*Pfeiffer University (Misenheimer)
*Queens University of Charlotte (Charlotte)
*St. Andrews Presbyterian College (Laurinburg)
*St. Augustine's College (Raleigh)
*Shaw University (Raleigh)
*University of North Carolina at Pembroke (Pembroke)
*Wingate University (Wingate)

North Dakota

*University of Mary (Bismarck)

Ohio

*Ashland University (Ashland)
*Central State University (Wilberforce)
*University of Findlay (Findlay)
*Lake Erie College (Painesville) [Provisional Member for 2008]
*Ohio Dominican University (Columbus) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*Tiffin University (Tiffin)
*Urbana University (Urbana) [2nd Year Exploratory Membership]

Oklahoma

*Cameron University (Lawton)
*University of Central Oklahoma (Edmond)
*East Central University (Ada)
*Northeastern State University (Tahlequah)
*Oklahoma Panhandle State University (Goodwell)
*Southeastern Oklahoma State University (Durant)
*Southwestern Oklahoma State University (Weatherford)

Oregon

*Western Oregon University (Monmouth)

Pennsylvania

*Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (Bloomsburg)
*California University of Pennsylvania (California)
*Chestnut Hill College (Philadelphia)
*Cheyney University of Pennsylvania (Cheyney)
*Clarion University of Pennsylvania (Clarion)
*East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (East Stroudsburg)
*Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (Edinboro)
*Gannon University (Erie)
*Holy Family University (Philadelphia)
*Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Indiana)
*Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (Kutztown)
*Lincoln University of Pennsylvania (Chester County) [2nd year Exploratory Membership]
*Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania (Lock Haven)
*Mansfield University of Pennsylvania (Mansfield)
*Mercyhurst College (Erie)
*Millersville University of Pennsylvania (Millersville)
*Philadelphia University (Philadelphia)
*University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (Philadelphia)
*University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (Johnstown)
*Seton Hill University (Greensburg)
*Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania (Shippensburg)
*Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (Slippery Rock)
*West Chester University of Pennsylvania (West Chester)

Puerto Rico

*University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon (Bayamon)
*University of Puerto Rico at Cayey (Cayey)
*University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (Mayaguez)
*University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras (Rio Piedras)

outh Carolina

*Anderson University (Anderson)
*Benedict College (Columbia)
*Claflin University (Orangeburg)
*Coker College (Hartsville)
*Converse College (Spartanburg)
*Erskine College (Due West)
*Francis Marion University (Florence)
*Lander University (Greenwood)
*Limestone College (Gaffney)
*Newberry College (Newberry)
*North Greenville College (Tigerville)
*University of South Carolina Aiken (Aiken)

outh Dakota

*Augustana College (Sioux Falls)
*Northern State University (Aberdeen)

Tennessee

*Carson-Newman College (Jefferson City)
*Christian Brothers University (Memphis)
*King College (Bristol) [2nd Year Exploratory Membership]
*Lambuth University (Jackson) [1st Year Exploratory Membership]
*Lane College (Jackson)
*LeMoyne-Owen College (Memphis)
*Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate)
*Tusculum College (Tusculum)

Texas

*Abilene Christian University (Abilene)
*Angelo State University (San Angelo)
*Dallas Baptist University (Dallas)
*University of the Incarnate Word (San Antonio)
*Midwestern State University (Wichita Falls)
*St. Edward's University (Austin)
*St. Mary's University (San Antonio)
*Tarleton State University (Stephenville)
*Texas A&M International University (Laredo)
*Texas A&M University-Commerce (Commerce)
*Texas A&M University-Kingsville (Kingsville)
*University of Texas of the Permian Basin (Odessa)
*Texas Woman's University (Denton)
*West Texas A&M University (Canyon)

Utah

*Dixie State College of Utah (St. George)

Vermont

*St. Michael's College (Colchester)

Virginia

*St. Paul's College (Lawrenceville)
*Virginia State University (Petersburg)
*Virginia Union University (Richmond)

Washington

*Central Washington University (Ellensburg)
*St. Martin's University (Lacey)
*Seattle Pacific University (Seattle)
*Western Washington University (Bellingham)

West Virginia

*Alderson-Broaddus College (Philippi)
*Bluefield State College (Bluefield)
*Concord University (Athens)
*Davis and Elkins College (Elkins)
*Fairmont State University (Fairmont)
*Glenville State College (Glenville)
*Ohio Valley University (Vienna)
*Salem International University (Salem)
*Shepherd University (Shepherdstown)
*University of Charleston (Charleston)
*West Liberty State College (West Liberty)
*West Virginia State University (Institute)
*West Virginia Wesleyan College (Buckhannon)
*Wheeling Jesuit University (Wheeling)

Wisconsin

*University of Wisconsin-Parkside (Kenosha)

ee also

*List of NCAA Division I Institutions
*List of NCAA Division III Institutions
*List of NAIA Institutions
*List of NCAA Division I FBS football programs
*List of NCAA Division I FCS football programs
*List of NCAA Division II football programs
*List of NCAA Division III football programs


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