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Illinois N4C Conference

Illinois N4C Conference
Established 1964
Members 13
Sports fielded 11
Country United States
Region Midwest
States 2 - Illinois, Wisconsin
Headquarters Rockford, Illinois

The Illinois N4C Conference is part of the National Junior College Athletic Association and a Junior College American football conference. It is also known as N4C or Region IV.Conference championships are held and individuals can be named to All-Conference and All-Academic teams.


Institution Location Joined Conference Enrollment
College of DuPage Glen Ellyn, Illinois 1964 36,000
Joliet Junior College Joliet, Illinois 1990 12,000
Kankakee Community College Kankakee, Illinois 1964 8,000
Kennedy-King College Chicago, Illinois 1980 9,000
Madison College Madison, Wisconsin 2009 44,000
Malcolm X College Chicago, Illinois 1964 12,000
Milwaukee Area Technical College Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2009 27,043
Olive-Harvey College Chicago, Illinois 1970 7,000
Rock Valley College Rockford, Illinois 1964 8,000
South Suburban College South Holland, Illinois 1970 8,500
Triton College River Grove, Illinois 1982 7,000
Wilbur Wright College Chicago, Illinois 1980 11,000
William Rainey Harper College Palatine, Illinois 1964 30,000



  • Baseball
  • Basketball (Division I, II, III)
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf (Division I, II)
  • Soccer (Division I, II, III)
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Wrestling


  • Softball
  • Basketball (Division I, II, III)
  • Cross Country
  • Golf (Division I, II)
  • Soccer (Division I, II, III)
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball (Division I, II, III)

See also


NJCAA website JUCO Championships

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