NCAA Division I independent schools (basketball)

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NCAA Division I independent basketball schools are four-year institutions that do not belong to a basketball conference or a primary conference for all sports teams.

There will be only one independent school for the 2014-15 athletic season, New Jersey Institute of Technology. NJIT became an independent school on July 1, 2013 after the Great West Conference, NJIT's former conference home, dissolved due to all other conference members leaving for more established conferences.

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Below are the current institutions listed as Division I Independents in men's basketball:

Institution Nickname Location Founded Type Enrollment Future Conference
New Jersey Institute of Technology Highlanders Newark, New Jersey 1881 Public 9,944

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