Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference
|Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference
|Sports fielded||9 (men's: 4; women's: 5)|
|Region||Midwestern United States
Region VII of the NAIA
The Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) is a college athletic conference affiliated with the NAIA. Its 14 members are located in the Midwestern United States. In many sports, the conference is structured as part of the Region VII of the NAIA, while in some sports the conference champion qualifies directly for national competition.
The CCAC sanctions play in four men's sports which are soccer, cross country, basketball, and baseball. There are five sanctioned women's sports which are soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, and softball.
In all sports, it sanctions regular season league play as well as a post-season tournament. It is the only conference in the NAIA nationally to be affiliated in both divisions of men's and women's basketball.
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A divisional format is used only for men's and women's basketball.
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- Aurora College
- Barat College
- Calumet College of St. Joseph
- Cardinal Stritch University
- University of Chicago
- Chicago State University
- Dominican University (formerly Rosary College)
- Eureka College
- Illinois Institute of Technology
- University of Illinois-Chicago
- Indiana Institute of Technology
- Indiana University South Bend
- Judson University (formerly Judson College)
- Kendall College
- Lewis College
- Mundelein College
- National-Louis University (National College of Education)
- North Park College
- Northeastern Illinois University
- Olivet Nazarene University
- Purdue University Calumet
- Purdue University North Central
- Robert Morris College
- Roosevelt University
- University of St. Francis (formerly College of St. Francis)
- Saint Xavier University (formerly Saint Xavier College)
- Trinity Christian College
- Trinity International University
- "St. Ambrose to join CCAC beginning in 2015-16" (Press release). St. Ambrose University. October 8, 2014. Retrieved October 8, 2014.
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