Carolinas Junior College Conference


Carolinas Junior College Conference

The Carolinas Junior College Conference (CJCC) is a component of the National Junior College Athletic Association, in which it is also known as Region X (10). Teams represent various junior colleges, technical colleges, and community colleges. Conference championships are held in most sports and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams.

Members

*Aiken Technical College
*Blue Ridge Community College
*Brunswick Community College
*Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute
*Cape Fear Community College
*Catawba Valley Community College
*Central Carolina Community College
*Clinton Junior College
*Davidson County Community College
*Denmark Technical College
*Florence-Darlington Technical College
*Guilford Technical Community College
*Johnston Community College
*Lenoir Community College
*Louisburg College
*Patrick Henry Community College
*Pitt Community College
*Roanoke-Chowan Community College
*Rockingham Community College
*Sandhills Community College
*Southeastern Community College
*Spartanburg Methodist College
*Stanly Community College
*Surry Community College
*Tri-County Technical College
*USC Lancaster
*USC Salkehatchie
*USC Sumter
*Wake Technical Community College
*Wilkes Community College

ee also

*National Junior College Athletic Association

External links

* [http://www.njcaa.org/ NJCAA Website]


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