List of NAIA Conferences


List of NAIA Conferences

The following is a list of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics's conferences.

* American Mideast Conference
* American Midwest Conference
* Appalachian Athletic Conference
* California Pacific Conference
* Cascade Collegiate Conference
* Central States Football League
* Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference
* Dakota Athletic Conference
* Florida Sun Conference
* Frontier Conference
* Golden State Athletic Conference
* Great Plains Athletic Conference
* Gulf Coast Athletic Conference
* Heart of America Athletic Conference
* Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference
* Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
* Mid-Central College Conference
* Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference
* Mid-South Conference
* Mid-States Football Association
* Midwest Collegiate Conference
* Red River Athletic Conference
* Sooner Athletic Conference
* Southern States Athletic Conference
* Sunrise Athletic Conference
* TranSouth Athletic Conference
* Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference
*NAIA independent schools

External links

* [http://naia.cstv.com/member-services/about/MemberInstitutionsbyConference.htm NAIA Conferences]


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