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NAIA independent schools


NAIA independent schools

NAIA independent schools are 4-year institutional members of the NAIA that play independent of any formal conference affiliation.[1] Many NAIA independent schools are members of the Association of Independent Institutions (AII), which allows members to have a formal route to NAIA tournaments.


  • Non-football-related independents 1
    • AII 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Non-football-related independents


Institution Location Founded Enrollment Nickname
Allen University Columbia, South Carolina 1870 600 Yellow Jackets
Ashford University Clinton, Iowa 1918 500 Saints
University of British Columbia Vancouver, British Columbia 1908 50,304 Thunderbirds
Central Christian College of Kansas McPherson, Kansas 1884 518 Tigers
Clarke University Dubuque, Iowa 1843 1,230 Crusaders
State University of New York at Delhi Delhi, New York 1913 2,825 Broncos
Fisher College Boston, Massachusetts 1903 1,121 Falcons
Fisk University Nashville, Tennessee 1866 800 Bulldogs
Georgia Gwinnett College Lawrenceville, Georgia 2006 9,000 Grizzlies
Governors State University University Park, Illinois 1969 2,632 Jaguars
Haskell Indian Nations University Lawrence, Kansas 1884 958 Fighting Indians
Indiana University Northwest Gary, Indiana 1959 4,760 Redhawks
Johnson & Wales University–Denver Denver, Colorado 1914 1,700 Wildcats
Kentucky Christian University Grayson, Kentucky 1919 550 Knights
Lincoln Christian University Lincoln, Illinois 1944 1,050 Red Lions
Morris College Sumter, South Carolina 1908 871 Hornets
Mount Mercy University Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1928 1,490 Mustangs
Northern New Mexico University Española, New Mexico 1909 3,873 Eagles
College of the Ozarks Point Lookout, Missouri 1906 1,380 Bobcats
Rochester College Rochester Hills, Michigan 1959 1,084 Warriors
Texas A&M University–Texarkana Texarkana, Texas 1971 1,950 Eagles
Trinity Lutheran College Everett, Washington 1944 175 Eagles
University of Victoria Victoria, British Columbia 1903 16,961 Vikes
Washington Adventist University Takoma Park, Maryland 1904 1,493 Shock
Wilberforce University Wilberforce, Ohio 1856 900 Bulldogs
University of Winnipeg Winnipeg, Manitoba 1967 9,868 Wesmen
York College York, Nebraska 1890 459 Panthers


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External links

  • Association of Independent Institutions
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